Provides counseling services, health services and legal services for people of all ages who live in Long Beach and the surrounding communities, including people who are low-income or homeless. There are no geographic restrictions.
Provides mental health services, supervised visitation and monitoring for low-income and at-risk families, and volunteer opportunities for people, age 16 and older, who live in Los Angeles. There are no geographic restrictions.
PACEs Connection is a social network that is a trusted source where members share information, explore resources and access tools that help them work together to create resilient families, systems, and communities.
NCTIC offers consultation and technical assistance, education and outreach, and resources to support a broad range of service systems, including systems providing mental health and substance abuse services, housing and homelessness services, HIV services, peer and family organizations, child welfare, criminal justice, and education.
The Toolkit offers homeless service providers with guidelines for developing practices and policies to ensure that they are responding appropriately to the needs of families who have experienced traumatic stress.
Benefits assistance and more available to veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
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