Find Your SPA

Update: March, 2021

The resources listed below were last verified and updated in February, 2021. Many of these resources have been added to One Degree, a free interactive resource platform that verifies contact information every 6 months.

Please click HERE to check out our page on One Degree for our compiled list of resources.

Quick links to the corresponding individual resource lists for Social Services on One Degree:

The social services section provides resources addressing needs regarding career development, homelessness and emergency housing, grocery and meal assistance, parenting and preschool resources, and youth support and empowerment organizations. These are not federally funded and are mostly from non-profit organizations or local community programs.

Career Development/Job Placement

For more ESL resources, see the Language Services section.


Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc- Employment Support Partnership

4322 San Fernando Road, Glendale CA 91204
M-F 8:30 am – 5 pm
(213) 318-5716
English, Spanish, Armenian, Farsi, RussianOffers case management, life skills workshops, employment readiness and placement support for all marginalized communities in the US including: refugees, asylees, immigrants, and foreign born trafficking survivorsFree consultations on Mondays, otherwise sliding scale2
Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc- Employment Support Partnership (Canoga Park)

21600 Hart St., Canoga Park, CA 91303
(213) 251-3586
Offers case management, life skills workshops, employment readiness and placement support for all marginalized communities in the US including: refugees, asylees, immigrants, and foreign born trafficking survivors2

522 South Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
M-Th 8am-12pm, 1-4pm, Fri 8am-12pm
English, SpanishJob assistance, employment retainment, transitional jobsHomeless individuals Free4
International Rescue Committee

625 N. Maryland Ave, Glendale, CA 90017
M-F 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-12pm
(818) 550-6220
Spanish, Armenian, Farsi, Tagalog, EnglishOffers help with resettlement, economic empowerment, education and youth services, health and safety services.Free2
Carecen Day Labor

1675 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 6:30am-2:30pm
(213) 483-0136
English, SpanishWeekly English and Computer literacy classes – Health and legal referrals – Wage theft consultation and referrals – Worker Right workshops – Monthly health screeningsFree or sliding scale4
Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles- Interfaith Refugee & Immigration Service

3621 Brunswick Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90039
M-F 8am-5pm
(323) 667-0489
(213) 819-1890 (Spanish)
English, Spanish, Farsi, ArmenianRefugees resettlement program – Immigration legal services – Refugee employment – Food pantry program – English and civics classes$40 intake. Sliding scale4
Los Angeles English

1212 S. 8th St. Alhambra, CA 91803
Wed 7-8pm, Thurs 7-8pm, Fri 7-8pm
(626) 975-9234
English, ChineseEnglish classesFree3
Los Angeles English

150 W Duarte Rd, Arcadia, CA 91007
Tues 7-8pm, Wed 7-8pm, Thurs 7-8pm Sat. 1-2pm
(626) 234-3914
English, ChineseEnglish classesFree3
Los Angeles English

1130 E Wilson Ave. Glendale, CA 91206
Wed 7-8pm, Sat 12-1pm
(626) 627-5511
English, ArmenianEnglish classesFree2
Los Angeles English

16750 Colima Rd. Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
Tues 7-8pm Wed 7-8pm Thurs 7-8pm Sat. 1-2pm
(626) 472-4897
English, ChineseEnglish classesFree3
Los Angeles English

1552 N Normandie Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Wed. 6-7pm, Sat. 6-7pm
(323) 253-4178
English, RussianEnglish classesFree4
Los Angeles English

1552 N Normandie Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Tues 6-7pm
(323) 253-4262
English, SpanishEnglish classesFree4
Los Angeles English

1209 S Manhattan Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90019
Wed. 7-8pm
(310) 775-5348
English, SpanishEnglish classesFree4
Los Angeles English

3115 S Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Tues 7-8pm, Wed. 7-8pm
(213) 804-5871
English, SpanishEnglish classesFree6
Los Angeles English

5845 Crestridge Rd, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
Fri 3:45-4:45pm
(424) 212- 1957
English, ChineseEnglish classesFree8
Los Angeles English

18425 Ingomar St. Reseda, CA 91335
Tues 6:30-8pm, Thurs 6:30-8pm
(661) 312-4744
English, KoreanEnglish classesFree2
Los Angeles English

5520 Topeka Dr, Tarzana, CA 91356
Tues 7-8pm, Sat. 3-4pm
(213) 841-0343
English, FarsiEnglish classesFree2
Los Angeles English

3400 Sawtelle Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066
Thurs 6:30-8pm
(213) 268-9436
English, ChineseEnglish classesFree5
Los Angeles English

10740 Ohio Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Wed. 2-3pm, Sat. 11am-12pm
(310) 562-5464
English, FarsiEnglish classesFree5
Northeast Los Angeles WorkSource Center

342 N. San Fernando Rd. Los Angeles, CA 90031
Mon & Fri 8am-5pm, Tues, Wed. & Thurs 8am-7pm, 1st & 3rd Sat. 9am-1pm
(323) 539-2000
English, Spanish. Can provide an interpreter for another language with a 72 hour advance notice.Provides: Career Counseling, Job Search Strategies, Financial management classes, GED Class, Access to computers, the Internet, Phone, Fax and Copier, Community Resources Text Books, Bus Passes, and other Work Tools.Free4
Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment

1055 Wilshire Blvd #900a, Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 8:30am-4:45pm
(213) 353-1677
Spanish, English, Korean, Japanese, MandarinOffers career counseling, resume workshops, job search assistance and training, as well as labor market information.Free4
Wilshire-Metro WorkSource Center

3550 Wilshire Blvd Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90010
M-Fri 8am-5pm
(213) 365-9829
English and depending on the staff working, SpanishHelp finding employment. Beginning with an orientation, placement with a case manager, then placement in an employment location based on your qualifications and interests.Free4
UCLA Extension: American Language Center

10995 Le Conte Ave, Room 118 Los Angeles, CA 90024
Hours Vary
Intensive English Program: 310-825-9068, International Certificate Program: 310-825-9351
English and various other languagesESL classes: day to day communication with emphasis on listening and speaking. IECP: speech exercises focused on specific academic, business, and cultural topics.$150 application fee, sliding scale around $6,0005
Adult Literacy Program at Los Angeles Public Library- Baldwin Hills Branch

2906 S. La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90016
Mon & Wed 10am-8pm, Tues & Thurs 12pm-8pm, Fri-Sat. 9:30am-5:30pm
(323) 733-1196
EnglishAdult tutors work one-on-one with students at any branch of the Los Angeles Public Library twice a week for 1 to 1½ hours. Self-guided options without a time limit are also available. The Baldwin Hills branch also provides walk-in sessions for 15-20 minutes, on the dates posted on the website. To sign up, call the library to schedule an appointment.Free6
Helping One Another Progress, Inc

4044 S. Morgan Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90011
Thurs 9:30am-12pm
(310) 256-8183
VariesAcademic assistance, ESL classes, workforce developmentAnyone Free6
Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc. – Project Achieve

1368 Oregon Avenue, Long Beach CA 90813
24 hours
(562) 218-9864
EnglishProvides sixty-to ninety-day emergency shelter for adult men and women; case management services; basic skills workshops; and job and housing linkages.Free8
United Cambodian Community

2201 E. Anaheim St. Suite 200, Long Beach, CA 90804
24 hours
(562) 433-2490
English, CambodianAssists community members in enrolling, accessing, and utilizing medical and mental health care, as well as help with economic and employment opportunities.$400 citizenship and green card renewal/replacement. Free or sliding scale8

Homelessness/Emergency Housing

Homelessness remains a crisis in Los Angeles County, with an estimated 52,765 homeless individuals present in 20181. The causes of homelessness in LA range from unemployment, expensive housing, and the lack of resources/shelter for veterans or people with mental health conditions2


Los Angeles County has created a coordinated entry system (LA County CES) to facilitate the coordination and management of resources for homeless residents. This system should be the first step of connection for any homeless individual residing within the county. By calling the main number, the local hub for your area can be identified. Some hubs require a social security number to access resources, and we are working to incorporate this information into our resource guide. Other resources are listed here to help directly address possible specific needs of the homeless population.



  1. Los Angeles Almanac. (2019). Homelessness in Los Angeles County 2019. Retrieved from
  2. Tran, T. (2019). Heat Vulnerability in Homeless Residents. Retrieved from


Los Angeles Coordinated Entry System

811 Wilshire Blvd #600, Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 8am-5pm
(213) 683-3333
Armenian, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Russian, Vietnamese Systematic access to resources within an individual’s area of Los Angeles County, should be used as a first line resource for any homeless patient. Some hubs do require social security number to access resources Anyone, Cost varies 4
Hope of the Valley

11076 Norris Ave, Pacoima, CA, 91331
(818) 392-0020
Family shelters, safe parking, men’s shelters, cold weather shelters, youth (18-24yo) shelter, HELP center (coordinated entry system site)Anyone, including families1

1851 Tyburn Street, Glendale, CA 91204
Mon-Wed, Thurs 7am-2pm, Fri 7am-4pm
(818) 246-7900
English, Spanish, Farsi Access center, emergency housing, permanent supportive housing, veteran services, street outreachHomeless individuals2
San Fernando Rescue Mission

8756 Canby Ave, Northridge, CA 91325
M-F 8:30am-5:30pm
(818) 785-4476
Family shelter, thrift store, volunteer servicesAnyone, including families2
CHCADA San Gabriel Valley Center

11046 Valley Mall, El Monte, CA 91731
Sun-Sat. 7:30am-10:30pm
(626) 444-9000
English, Spanish Substance abuse treatment/recovery, criminal justice recovery services, family support, outpatient services, rehab servicesAnyone Varies based on income 3
Union Station

412 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91105
M-F 8:30am-5pm
(626) 240-4550
Outreach, shelter, housing, employment, life skillsHomeless individuals3
Catholic Charities of Los Angeles -Angels Flight At Risk Youth Services

357 South Westlake Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90057
Open 24/7
(213) 413-2311 or (800) 833-2499
English, SpanishShelter for homeless, runaway and at-risk youth, ages 10 to 17; Safe Passages/Family Reunification program for unaccompanied and undocumented minors. Free. Required documentation: Some type of documentation that verifies age, such as school ID. Undocumented minors coming from government agencies are required to have the documents from those agencies 4
Cardinal Manning Center

231 Winston Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Mon-Wed 6am-2:30pm, Thurs 7:30am-2:30pm, Fri 8am-3:30pm
(213) 229-9963
Emergency men’s transition services, day center community service, health and mental health, legal clinic services, housing, financial literacy, transportation resources, community resources, personal development, socialization4
Downtown Drop-In Center

628 S. San Julian Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014
(213) 624-4663
Provides day shelter for adult men and women. Clients can get a bed and sleep from 7:00AM to 3:00PM or 3:00PM to 8:30PM. The center offers programs for alcohol and drug abuse, permanent housing and job development.4
Filipino American Services Group

135 N. Park View Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Naturalization: M-F 10am-5pm and by appointment; Wellness Program: Wed 10am-12pm
(213) 908-5050
Mental health outreach and education, naturalization application assistance, immigration referral, culinary arts, arts incubation, business promotion, WWII memorabilia museum, and other Anyone4
Guadalupe Homeless Project

135 N. Mission RD. Los Angeles, CA 90033
Naturalization: M-F 9am-5pm
(323) 881-0032
English, Spanish Provides breakfast, dinner and nightly shelter to 15 senior-aged women Senior-aged women 4
Homeless Count

811 Wilshire Blvd #600, Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 8am-5pm
(213) 683-3333
Armenian, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Russian, Vietnamese Emergency shelter, transition housing, permanent and permanent supporting housing, safe haven, rapid re-housingAnyone, varies4
Homeless Engagement Team

811 Wilshire Blvd #600, Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 8am-5pm
(213) 683-3333
Armenian, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Russian, Vietnamese Emergency shelter, transition housing, permanent and permanent supporting housing, safe haven, rapid re-housingAnyone, varies4
Homeless Management Information System

811 Wilshire Blvd #600, Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 8am-5pm
(213) 683-3333
Armenian, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Russian, Vietnamese Data collection about homelessness, collaboration from providersAnyone, Varies 4
Jovenes, Inc.

1208 Pleasant Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90033
M-F 9am-5pm
(323) 260-8035
English, SpanishHousing, college housing, youth services, educationHomeless youths 18-24 years old4
LA Continuum of Care

811 Wilshire Blvd #600, Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 8am-5pm
(213) 683-3333
Armenian, Spanish, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Russian, Vietnamese Emergency shelter, transition housing, permanent and permanent supporting housing, safe haven, rapid re-housingAnyone, Varies 4
Los Angeles Mission

303 E. 5th Street Los Angeles
Shelter(men): be there by 4:30pm; M-F 9am-11am, 1pm-3pm
(213) 629-1227
Emergency services, life start programs, bridge housing, rehabilitation program for men, free legal clinic, Anne Douglas Center for women, food boxes, career fairs, mental health treatment, workforce development, emergency food and shelter, Mommy and Me, medical and dental servicesHomeless individuals4
Los Angeles Youth Network

1719 Taft Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90028
M-F 8am-5pm
Admin Office: 323-467-8466 Intake (24/7, youth ages 12-21): 323-240-2253 Transitional Housing: (323) 957-7364
English, SpanishFoster care, minor runaway and homeless youth services, transitional age youth services, mental healthHomeless youth ages 12-244
Midnight Mission

601 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Building: Open 24 hours; Other services: 8/9:00 am -3:00 pm
(213) 624-9258
Emergency services, healthy living, education, transitional housing, shelter, women’s crisis and bridge housing, food, job readiness, career preparedness, mental health servicesAnyone4
Union Rescue Mission

545 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Everyday, 7am-9pm
(213) 347-6300
Emergency services, life transition ministry, gateway project, hope gardens, clinics, learning center, ESL classes availableHomeless men, women, and children, including families4
Weingart Access Center

545 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
M-F 7:30am-4pm
(213) 833-5020
English, Spanish, American Sign LanguageEmergency services, community re-entry for parolees and probationers, short-term housing, substance abuse treatment, medical and mental health services, relief opportunities, workforce development and education, clinical services, access centerHomeless adults only, not families 4

505 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
M-F 9am-5pm
(310) 581-9825
On-site case management, counseling, 12-step meetings, on-site clinician for crisis intervention and therapy, legal assistance, housing referrals and employment assistance; emergency and transitional housingHomeless individuals5
OOPCC Access Center

503 W Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
M-F 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sat.-Sun. 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
(310) 450-4050
English, Spanish, Other languages welcomed through organization’s language lineEmergency shelter, housing, meals, mental health care, substance abuse services, medical services, income assistance, wellness programs, at-risk youth and shelter dogsAnyone5
St. Joseph Drop-In Center

404 Lincoln Blvd., Venice, CA 90291
Mon, Tues, Thurs 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, Wed 7:30am – 12:00 pm, Fri 7:30 am-3:30 pm
(310) 399-6878
Russian, English, SpanishOutreach and engagement, housing, mental health, educational and vocational trainingAnyone5
1736 Family Crisis Center- Emergency Youth Shelter

2116 Arlington Avenue, Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90018
Youth Shelter is open 24/7
(310) 379-3620
English, SpanishEmergency youth shelter available for any runaway or homeless 10-17 year old. Individuals can be from anywhere in Los Angeles County. Shelter provides food, clothing, counseling, medical services, legal help, and long term safety plans. 10-17 years old, free of charge6
Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care System

5849 Crocker St, Los Angeles, CA 90003
M-F 8am-4:30pm
(323) 948-0444 or (323) 432-4399
English, SpanishBehavioral health, primary health, housing, re-entry, trauma recovery, supportive servicesAnyone, Varies 6
PATH Beyond Shelter

5101 S. Broadway, 1st. floor, Los Angeles 90037
M-F 9am-5pm
(323) 644-2216
Emergency shelter, temporary housing6
Volunteers of America

3804 Broadway Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90037
M-F 9am-4 pm
(323) 231-1711
English, Spanish Community shelter, family services, child services, adult services, veteran services 6
WLCAC Access Center

10950 S Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90059
M-F 8:30am-5pm
(323) 563-4700
Homeless services, senior services, employment, restoration services, youth and familiesAnyone6
E.L.A Service Center

133 N. Sunol Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90063
M-F 8am-5pm
(323) 604-0800
English, SpanishProvides comprehensive information and referrals, basic form completion assistance, and translation services. The following programs and services offered at the center include but are not limited to: basic form completion, food bank, resource fairs, community forums, flu shot clinic, and pet vaccination clinic.”Anyone7
Salvation Army Bell Shelter

5600 Rickenbacker Road, Bell, CA 90201
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
(323) 263-1206
English, Spanish, Other languages welcome through organization’s language lineMedical services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, case management, housingAnyone7
FACTS Older Adults Program

150 W. 7th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731
M-F 8am-5pm
(310) 519-6222
Provides targeted case management, crisis intervention, mental health services (MHS), and medication support services8
Long Beach Rescue Mission

1335 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90813
Bed (men): M-Th at 3:15 pm, Fri-Sun. 4:15 pm, Bed (women): go through multiservice; Lunch: Mon-Thurs 11:00 am -12:00 pm, Sun, 9-10:30 am, Dinner: every night 5:00 pm, Mon-Thurs 4:00 pm; Donations: Mon-Fri, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
(562) 591-1292
English, Spanish Shelter and food services, rehabilitation programs, spiritually-based counseling, education and job skills classes, and transitional housingHomeless individuals8
Long Beach Multi-Service Center

1301 W. 12th Street, Long Beach, CA 90813
Mon-Wed 8:30 am – 4 pm, Thurs 8:30 am – 2:00 pm, Fri 8:30 am – 4 pm
(562) 570-4500
English, Spanish, Khmer, Tagalog, Other languages welcome through organization’s language lineParenting, pregnancy assistance, veterans, homeless services, children/families services, clinical services, substance abuse, family planningAnyone8
805 Undocufund

M-F 8:30am-5pm
(805) 988-0196
English, Spanish Temporary housing, home repairs, rent, groceries, childcare expenses due to disaster related school closure, essential household items, clean-up items, medical and dental expenses, tools and equipment required for work, school supplies, repair of essential vehicles, moving and storage expenses, legal document replacement and funeral and burial expenses. Undocumented individuals Free
Salvation Army Community Centers

7926 Pickering Avenue, Whittier, California 90602
M-F, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, 1:00 – 4:30 pm
(562) 698-8348
Disaster survivors, shelter, preventing hunger, employment services, addiction treatment, veterans services, domestic violence services, education, elderly services, family servicesAnyone5
Salvation Army Community Centers

2965 E. Gage, Huntington Park, California 90255
(323) 587-4221
Disaster survivors, shelter, preventing hunger, employment services, addiction treatment, veterans services, domestic violence services, education, elderly services, family servicesAnyone7

Groceries and Meals

Grace Resource Center

45134 N. Sierra Hwy, Lancaster, CA 93534
M-F 9am-4pm
(661) 940- 5272
Food pantry, hot meals, daycare services, hygiene, clothing, educationHomeless Individuals Free1
South Antelope Valley Emergency Services

1002 E Ave Q-12, Palmdale, CA 93550
Service: M-Th 9 am-12 pm, 2 pm-4 pm; Office: M-Th 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
(661) 267-5191
English, SpanishFood programs, emergency shelter, emergency food and hot meal, daily support programsHomeless individuals1
Family Rescue Center

22103 Vanowen St, Canoga Park, Ca, 91303
M-F 9am-1pm
(818) 884-7587
We serve individuals and families in need in the West San Fernando Valley by providing food, clothing, medical, and vocational training assistance, as well as referrals as needed.Free2
La Voz Sylmar Valley Food Pantry

13550 Herron Street, Sylmar, CA 91342
Thurs. 5pm-7pm
(818) 833-5554
English, SpanishFood bank associated with La Voz church open on Thursday eveningsFree2
West Valley Food Pantry

5700 Rudnick, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Mon-Thurs, 10 am-3 pm, Fri 10 am-12 pm
(818) 346-5554
Food pantry, hot meals, school supply drive, senior programFree2
Lake Avenue Church of Pasadena

393 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101
M-F 9am-5pm
(626) 844-4700
English, SpanishSeminars, food luncheons, weekend services, volunteering opportunitiesAnyone Free3
Hospitality (Hippie) Kitchen

821 East 6th St., Los Angeles, CA 90021
Tue, Thurs, Sat, 7:30 AM-1 PM
Kitchen: (213) 614-9615; House: (323) 267-8789
English, SpanishSoup kitchenHomeless Individuals Free4
St. Francis Center

1835 S. Hope Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Office: M-F, 7 am-5 pm, Sat 7 am-1 pm; Food: Mon 7:30 am-8 am, Tues-Fri 7:30 am-9 am, Sat 8:30 am-10 am
(213) 747-5347
Warm meals and sack lunchesHomeless Individuals Free4
St. Vincent De Paul Meals on Wheels

2303 Miramar Street, Los Angeles, CA 90057
M-F 8am-4pm
(213) 484-7775
Organization prepares and delivers nutritious meals to homebound seniors and other vulnerable residents across Los Angeles, regardless of age, illness, disability, race, religion or ability to pay.Anyone Free4
Bible Tabernacle

1761 Washington Way, Venice, CA 90291
M-F 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-12pm
(310) 821-6116
Food box, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner, Christmas toy and clothing, thrift store, educationFree5
Bread and Roses Cafe

663 Rose Ave, Venice, CA 90291
M-Sun 11am-10pm
(310) 392-9147
Free hot mealsHomeless Individuals Free5
Interfaith Food Center

11819 Burke Street, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
M- F 8:30 am-10 am, 10:30 am-12 pm
(562) 903-1478
Food distribution centerAnyone Free7
Catholic Charities

123 14th St, Long Beach, CA 90813
M-F 9am-5:30pm
(213) 251-3432
English, SpanishGroceries, sack lunches, prepared meals, and food distribution to low-income, food-insecure individuals and familiesAnyone Free8

Parenting and Preschool

YMCA Sundown Elementary School Age Day Care Center

6151 W Ave J8, Lancaster, CA 93536
M-F 6am-6pm
(213) 380-6448
Provides a safe, nurturing environment for children to learn, grow and develop social skills.Membership and program prices vary with specific age groups and activities. Financial assistance is available to anyone based on family income, number of household members, and the availability of funds.1
YMCA Quartz Hill School

41820 50th St W, Quartz Hill, CA 93536
M-F 8:30am-8pm
(661) 943-3303
Before-school and after-school programs from 6am to 6:30pm. Provide year-round care by instructors who specialize in education and child development. Curriculum includes homework time, fun enrichment classes and the chance to work with community organizations.Membership and program prices vary with specific age groups and activities. Financial assistance is available to anyone based on family income, number of household members, and the availability of funds.1
Family Focus Resource Center

Main Office; 18111 Nordhoff Street, E-109, Northridge, CA 91330-8265
(818) 677-6854
Works to strengthen families raising children with special needs through education, advocacy, and family support services.Low cost2
Happy Bear School

Multiple Locations
M-F 7am-6pm
(818) 988-1982
This is a high quality 5 star preschool serving children ages 2-5. They serve a nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snack and foster exposure to different cultures, music, dance, books, art, science, cooking, and much more. The school is located on a ½ acre of land with large trees, a children’s veggie garden, bike area, and play structure.$50 registration + $140/week2
Tender Loving Care Child Care Montessori

5718 Comanche Ave, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
M-F 7:30am-5:30pm
(818) 203-0134
Tender Loving Care aims to provide a safe and educational home environment. The staff at TLC is aware of the developmental stages of children at different ages, and they strive to meet the individual needs of all of the children enrolled in our child daycare.Call for price details2
K-step Montessori Childcare Inc.

Multiple Locations
M-Th 6:45 AM-6:45 PM Fri 7 AM-5 PM
(562) 908-4413
Provides care for children, infants, and up. Offers childcare for children ages 2 months up to 7 years. Nutritional balanced breakfast, snacks, and lunch are includedPreschool Programs starting as low as $500/monthly. Qualified 4 year olds can be $390/month. Free and reduced programs available (ages 3-5) to income qualified families through the California State Preschool program. Low monthly fee may be applied based on family income.3
Children’s Institute Inc.

2121 W. Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Mon-Thurs 8am-8pm, Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-2pm
(213) 260-7600
English, SpanishEarly childhood servicesFree4
First Five Los Angeles

750 North Alameda Street, Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90012
M-F 9 AM–5 PM
(213) 482-5902
English, SpanishHelps guide families to other resources such as Family support, Health, Early Care and Education ServicesFree4
Le Petit Bebe Daycare

6268 Del Valle Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90048
M-F 8 AM–5 PM
(310) 779-2454
The center provides indoor and outdoor learning activities. Full-time care is provided for ages 12 months to 4 years. Center focuses on building language, social, physical, and cognitive skills through exposure to language, science, math, computers, music, art, sensory/motor play, and dramatic play.Payments accepted on monthly or yearly basis. To determine price, contact the center via their website.4
Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

Multiple Locations
M-F 7:45 AM–4:45 PM
(323) 586-9084
English, SpanishProvide child care and developmental programs for infantsPreschool program is free, other services are sliding scale.4
Bright Horizons Westwood

10861 Weyburn Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90024
M-F 6:30 AM–6:30 PM
(310) 481-0664
This center has separate programs for children from infant to 6 years old. Their Curriculum features an arts program that sparks creativity, a language program that fosters an interest in reading, a science program that stimulates curiosity, and more.Tuition varies by center, schedule and by individual classroom5
Little Stars Preschool

4103 W. Adams Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90018
M-F 8 AM–5 PM
(323) 732-2224
A private school created in an atmosphere of caring, respect, and acceptance for all people. The school provides a learning environment that fosters cooperation and builds positive relationships. They offer full and part-time care for children ages 2-5.$200 enrollment + $900/month but can qualify for FREE child care if you are on cash aid (welfare) at the present time, or have been at any time in the past 24 months.6
Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

Multiple Locations
M-F 7:45 AM–4:45 PM
(323) 586-9084
English, SpanishProvide child care and developmental programs for infantsPreschool program is free, other services are sliding scale.6
Ralph M. Parsons Preschool

841 West Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90037
M-F 7 AM–6 PM
(213) 763-5119 ext. 264
English, SpanishProvides early educational programs including: math, Science, reading, outdoor activities, special events, after school homework time, cultural and recreational programs. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided, but lunch must be provided by the parents.Registration Fee: $25 Full-Day Preschool: $140.00 Weekly Half-Day Preschool: $80.00 Weekly CSPP Extended: $80.00 Weekly After School Kinder Program: $35.00 Weekly Scholarships are available on a limited basis.6
Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

Multiple Locations
M-F 7:45 AM–4:45 PM
(323) 586-9084
English, SpanishProvide child care and developmental programs for infantsPreschool program is free, other services are sliding scale.7
Children’s Home Society of California

4900 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 100 Long Beach, CA 90815
M-F 8:30am–5 pm
(562) 256-7400
English, Spanish, VietnameseThe agency provides child care information and referral for eligible low income familiesSliding scale based on income8
Van Ness Child Care Center

5720 2nd Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90043
M-F 6:30am–6:30 pm
(323) 290-3130
Child Care Center part of the Los Angeles Parks Foundation. The facility provides activities including: arts & crafts, computers, cooking, dance workshop, gardening, homework tutoring, and music keyboard. Also provides afternoon snacks and pickup and drop off services at local schools.Kinder Care: $65 Weekly, Before & After Care (6-13): $55 Weekly, After School Care (6-13): $45 Weekly, Off Track & Special Camp: $85 Weekly6

Youth and Empowerment

Emelita Elementary Kyds Program

17931 Hatteras Street, Encino, CA 91316
(818) 908-2029
Offers after school programs in topics including visual and performing arts, wellness and fitness, science and technology, and academic improvement.Free2
Herrick Elementary Kyds Program

13350 Herrick Avenue, Sylmar, CA 91342
(818) 908-2029
After school programs in topics including visual and performing arts, wellness and fitness, science and technology, and academic improvement.Free2
Melvin Elementary Kyds Program

7700 Melvin Avenue, Reseda, CA 91355
(818) 908-2029
After school programs in topics including visual and performing arts, wellness and fitness, science and technology, and academic improvement.2
Pacoima Family Source Center

11243 Glenoaks Boulevard, Pacoima, CA 91331
M-F 8:30 AM – 5 PM
(818) 896-7776
Collaborative one-stop community centers designed to assist low-income residents in the City of Los Angeles by offering: parenting classes, General Education Development (GED) testing, El Nido’s Business and Tech Academies, cooking classes, immigration legal aid, (ESL) classes, a Women’s Support Group, gardening & music classes, case management and a College Corner. Several community partners offer services including; mentoring & tutoring, Financial Literacy classes, and Folklorico Dance and Art class.Free2
Alhambra Civic Center Library

101 South First Street, Alhambra, CA 91801
Mon-Wed 3:30pm-5:30pm
(626) 570-5008
Homework assistanceOpen eligibility3
Hillside Education Center

940 Avenue 64, Pasadena, CA 91105
M-F 9am-5pm
(323) 254-2274
English, SpanishTherapeutic residential and day school that offers individualized education for students experiencing social-emotional, learning, and/or behavior challenges.Free Documentation requirements vary depending on services. For example, minors looking for housing are required to have a birth certificate and any court documentation.3
All Peoples Community Center

822 East 20th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90011
M-F 6:30 AM-8:30 PM, Sat. 9 AM-2 PM
(213) 747-6357
English, SpanishExtended Day Child Care, After-School Programs, Summer Camp, Collaboration with USC, CSULA, CSUDH, CSUN for family wellness, Worksource CentersFree4
Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services

3250 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 1010, Los Angeles, California 90010
M-F 9am-5pm
(213) 736-5456
English, SpanishOffers comprehensive job training services for youth and young adults, ages 14 to 24, including vocational training, paid internships, career planning, job preparation, placement into post-secondary education or advanced training.Free Required Documents: Photo ID, SS card, Birth certificate for selective services. If male and over 18, utility bills.4
Barrio Action Youth and Family Center

4927 Huntington Dr N, Los Angeles, CA 90032
Mon/Wed/Fri 8 AM- 6 PM, Tue/Thu 8 AM-8 PM, Sat 9AM-1 PM
(323) 221-0779
Barrio Action was founded with a special emphasis on helping high-risk and at-risk youth, young adults and their families. Services/resources offered include recreation, tutoring, mental health services, parenting classes, case management, dance classes, computer classes, financial literacy, and more.Free4
Central City Neighborhood Partners

501 S. Bixel Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
M-F 8:30am-8pm
(213) 482-8616
English, SpanishVarious youth services for college prep, leadership development, recreational and cultural activities, information on LA Department of Public Social Services Toy Loan Program, and youth worksourceK-12 Youths; Free4
Griffith Park Boy’s Summer Camp

4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 664-0571
Focuses on giving young men ages 7-14 a great summer experience from June 10-August 19 (dates may vary depending on year). Also offers traditional family based camp weekends, and Boys Break Weekends.Price Varies depending on program, $400-500 (spots open for low-income applicants)4
L.A. Red Shield Community Center

1532 W 11th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
M-F 2:30-5 pm, 6:30-9 pm, Sat. 10 am–2 pm
(213) 381-3747
English, SpanishOffer a range of classes for children and adults, such as sports and fitness, aquatics, educational, art dance and theater classes.Open eligibility INDIVIDUAL PLANS Youth:Ages 0–17 $5 – per month Senior:Ages 60+ $6 – per month Adult: Ages 18–59 $15 – per month Also offer Family plans.4
Los Angeles Boys and Girls Club

2635 Pasadena Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90031
After-School Program:M-F 2 pm-7 pm, Full-Day Vacation Programs: Mon-Fri 7:30 am-6 pm
(323) 221-9111
At the Los Angeles Boys and Girls Club, kids and teens play baseball, learn to swim, improve their academics, and give back to the community.After School Program $15 Club Membership fee (sliding scale payment option available). Other program prices vary4
Wilshire-Metro WorkSource Center

3550 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 500, Los Angeles, 90010
M-F 8am-5pm
(213) 365-9829
EnglishCCD operates a variety of subsidized youth employment programs which offer paid work experience combined with work readiness and personal enrichment training, professional development workshops and financial education.Free of cost for youth ages 14-244
Beethoven Street Elementary School

3711 Beethoven Street, Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 398-6286
This is an elementary school that offers after school programs including STAR, Youth Services, and Enrichment Classes. Enrichment Classes include chess, french club, art, rugby, acrobatics, gardening, jedi training and more. Also, the school offers an After School Supper Program for children under 18. Children do not have to be enrolled in the school to receive supper.Contact for cost information5
Children Youth and Family Collaborative (CYFC)

Main Office: 1200 W. 37th Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90007 (programs offered at multiple schools, check to see if the patient’s school hosts the program)
M-F 9 AM-6 PM
(323) 730-9400
(CYFC) is an innovative and nationally recognized service provider for foster youth. Is coupled with A. R. I. S. S. E. One – an after school academic enrichment program and Boys Uplifted – an all male mentoring and tutoring program.Free6
Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

5657 E. Washington Blvd., Commerce, CA 90040
M-F 8 am-5pm
(323) 890-1555
English, SpanishHelp high school juniors graduate, prepare for college, and explore career options. Students are motivated to participate in civic engagement and are provided work experience through volunteer/internship opportunities. After School meetings, college field trips, professional career presentations, mock interviews, and chance to attend conferences.High school juniors; free7
Whittier Community Resource Center

10750 Laurel Avenue, Whittier, CA 90605
Mon-Thurs 8 am-8 pm, Fri 8 am-5 pm
Its core services seek to support and advance Families, Youth, Education, and Health throughout the community. Educational services include computer skills, after-school homework assistance, teen leadership, health and wellness programs, and English as a Second Language classes.Free7

370 Amapola Avenue Suite 208, Torrance, CA 90501
(310) 671-4400
This resource provides after school programs, adventure trips, enrichment classes, and day camps for K-12 youth.Cost varies based on program8
Hawthorne Recreation Center

Hawthorne City Hall, 4455 W. 126th Street, Hawthorne, CA 90250
Mon-Thurs 7:30 am- 5:30 pm, Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm
(310) 349-2901
The City of Hawthorne Recreation and Community Services Department strives to enrich the quality of life for people by providing safe, positive and active opportunities within the community. Numerous classes are available for registration.Cost varies based on class8