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					Resource Directory for San Gabriel Valley

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Alcohol and Drug Services: ............................................................................................................. 3 Information and Referral: ............................................................................................................. 3 Detox Programs: ........................................................................................................................... 7 Residential Treatment Programs: ................................................................................................. 7 Residential Services- County Wide .......................................................................................... 7 Residential Services – SPA 3 ................................................................................................. 16 Sober Living Programs ............................................................................................................... 17 Benefits .......................................................................................................................................... 20 Board and Care Homes (for mental health clients) ........................................................................ 21 Child Care ...................................................................................................................................... 26 Child, Youth and Family Services ................................................................................................. 27 Crisis Mental Health Services ........................................................................................................ 29 Dental Resources (Free or Low-Cost) ........................................................................................... 30 Free ............................................................................................................................................. 30 Sliding Fee/Low-cost ................................................................................................................. 30 Developmental Disabilities ............................................................................................................ 31 Domestic Violence Services .......................................................................................................... 31 Alcohol Family Residential Recovery Services ......................................................................... 32 Educational Resources ................................................................................................................... 35 Employment/Vocational Services .................................................................................................. 35 Family Planning Services .............................................................................................................. 37 Health Services .............................................................................................................................. 37 HIV/AIDS Services ....................................................................................................................... 38 Homeless Services ......................................................................................................................... 39 Housing Services ........................................................................................................................... 44 Emergency Shelters .................................................................................................................... 44 Christian Homes ..................................................................................................................... 48 Room and Board......................................................................................................................... 49 Maternity Shelters ...................................................................................................................... 49 Transitional Housing .................................................................................................................. 51 SRO Housing Programs ............................................................................................................. 52 Housing Services ........................................................................................................................... 52 Financial Assistance for Housing ............................................................................................... 53 Low-Cost Housing ..................................................................................................................... 53 Housing Authorities ................................................................................................................... 53 Information and Referral................................................................................................................ 54 Legal/Advocacy Services............................................................................................................... 54 Mental Health Outpatient Services ................................................................................................ 56 Specialized Mental Health Services ........................................................................................... 58 Mental Health Consumer Resources .............................................................................................. 58 Mental Health Support Groups ...................................................................................................... 59 12 Step Programs .................................................................................................................... 60 Grief Support Groups ............................................................................................................. 60 Mental Health Warm Line ............................................................................................................. 61 Older Adult Services ...................................................................................................................... 61 Partial Hospitalization Programs ................................................................................................... 64 Public Social Services, Department of ........................................................................................... 66 Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Services .............................................................................. 66 Transportation ................................................................................................................................ 67 Utility Discounts ............................................................................................................................ 67 Veteran’s Services ......................................................................................................................... 68

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Alcohol and Drug Services: Information and Referral: Alcohol and Drug Helpline (800) 821- HELP (4357)
National information and referral line for substance abuse issues. Referrals provided for national and local resources to include referrals to local 12-step meetings. Phone crisis intervention provided.

Aegis Medical Systems 336 ½ Glendora Avenue West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 915-3844
http://www.aegismed.com/ Outpatient services for people with heroin dependency. Medi-Cal accepted.

American Asian Pacific Ministies, Inc. 4022 N. Rosemead Blvd. Rosemead, CA 91770 (626) 287-3475
Outpatient Drug-Free Counseling Services (Federal Drug/Medi-Cal) -ODFCFDMC

Behavioral Health Services, Inc. 2180 W Valley Blvd. Pomona, CA 91768 (909)865-2336
Outpatient Drug Court Treatment and Recovery Services

California Drug Consultants, Inc. 659 E. Walnut Street Pasadena, CA 91101 (818) 844-0410 California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc. 12042 Ramona Blvd. El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 444-6204 Choices 1460 North Lake Avenue, Suite 107 Pasadena For information, call the Urban Revitalization Development Corporation at (626) 398-3796
A habilitative day care and outpatient program for pregnant and parenting mothers and their children. The program targets pregnant women and mothers who are abusing alcohol and/or drugs, or at-risk of abusing. Services include intake and assessment, individual, and group counseling. Transportation is provided.

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City of Pasadena 1845 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Rm. 1110 Pasadena, CA 91103 (626) 744-6005
http://www.ci.pasadena.ca.us/ Outpatient Counseling

Ettie Lee Homes, Inc. 4100 Baldwin Park Blvd. Baldwin Park, CA 91706 (626)960-4861 Family Counseling Services of West San Gabriel Valley 314 East Mission Road San Gabriel, CA 91776 (626) 285-2139
Alcohol and drug awareness, prevention, and education. Counseling for individuals and families, anger management, chemical dependency, domestic violence. Services provided to the Cal-Works and GR populations. Fees are based on a sliding scale.

Grandview Foundation Inc. 1230 N. Marengo Avenue Pasadena, CA 91103
http://www.orgsites.com/ca/grandview/

(626)797-1124

Mid Valley Recovery Services, Inc. 3430 Cogswell Rd. El Monte, CA 91732 (626)453-3414
Outpatient Counseling

3831 N. Peck Rd., Unit E El Monte, CA 91732 (626)453-3434
Outpatient Drug Court Treatment and Recovery Services (including non-custodial parents) Perinatal Outpatient Drug Court Treatment and Recovery Services

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of East San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys 401 South Main Street, Suite 110 Pomona, CA 91766 (909)629-4084
Outpatient Counseling

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

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754 East Arrow Highway, Suite F Covina, CA 91722 (626) 331-5316
Alcohol and drug awareness for adolescents and adults, alcohol and drug diversion, DUI program, family reunification program, parenting classes, and PC100 drug diversion services. Fees are fixed with monthly payments.

Options – A Child Care and Human Services Agency 560 S. San Jose Avenue Covina, CA 91723 Pacific Clinics 610 N. San Antonio Avenue Pomona, CA 91767 (909)469-1867
http://www.pacificclinics.org/ Adolescent Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Services (A/D Non-Residential Services)

855 N. Orange Grove Blvd., Suite 207 Pasadena, CA 91103 (626)796-3453
Adolescent Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Services (A/D Non-Residential Services)

9353 E. Valley Blvd. Rosemead, CA 91770-1934 (626)287-2988
Adolescent Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Services (A/D Non-Residential Services)

Pasadena Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency 1245 E. Walnut Street, Suite 117 Pasadena, CA 91106-5129 (626)795-9127
http://www.medbrands.com/ Outpatient Counseling

Pomona Community Crisis Center, Inc. 221 N. Palomares St. Pomona, CA 91767 (909)623-1588
Outpatient Counseling (including Drug-Free Services)

Principles, Inc. 2623 E. Foothill Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91107 (626)564-4240
Outpatient Drug Court Treatment and Recovery Services (including non-custodial parents) Outpatient Drug-Free Services Prison Parole Network Project Outpatient Alcohol/Drug-Free Counseling Services

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Prototypes Outpatient Services 520 East Foothill Boulevard, Suite “C” Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 625-1705
Day treatment program for substance abuse and dual diagnosis for women with children. Outpatient services for male substance abusers.

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center (626) 284-0690 (626) 457-7146 Tommy Serna (intake)
Day treatment program for dual diagnosis of mental illness and substance dependence. Also psychiatric day treatment services. Medicare accepted.

Santa Anita Family Service 605 South Myrtle Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 359-9358
Substance abuse counseling, drug diversion programs, and off-site adolescent groups

SIDEKICKS/River Community Day Treatment
(Social Model Recovery Systems, Inc.)

510 East Second Street, #6 Covina, CA 91723 (626) 974-8122 (888) 927-1844 SIDEKICKS emergency line
http://www.socialmodel.com/ Day treatment and case management for individuals dually diagnosed with substance abuse and mental health problems.

SPIRIT Family Services, Inc. 11046 E. Valley Mall El Monte, CA 91731 (626)442-4788
Outpatient Counseling Adolescent Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Services (A/D Non-Residential Services)

13907 Amar Rd., Suite C La Puente, CA 91746 (626)338-0821
Outpatient Counseling Adolescent Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Services (A/D Non-Residential Services)

1505 S. Sunflower Avenue Glendora, CA 91740 (626)335-8153
Outpatient Counseling Adolescent Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Services (A/D Non-Residential Services)

Tri City Mental Health Center 2008 N. Garey Ave. Pomona, CA 91767

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(909)623-6131
Outpatient services for dually diagnosed individuals.

Twin Palms Recovery Center 218 N. Glendora Ave. City of Industry, CA 91744 (626)968-8875
Outpatient Counseling

Detox Programs: American Recovery Center 2180 West Valley Boulevard Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 865-2336
10-14 day medical detox

Las Encinas Hospital Pasadena, CA (626) 795-9901
2-5 day detox program

Volunteers of America 566 S. San Dedrost Los Angeles, CA (213) 627-9000
detox

Residential Treatment Programs: Residential Services- County Wide Alcoholism Center for Women, Inc. 1135 S. Alvarado Street Los Angeles, CA 90006 (213) 381-8500
Residential including non-custodial parents.

American Indian Changing Spirits 2131 Pacific Avenue Long Beach, CA 90806 (562) 599-6866
Residential Services

Antelope Valley Rehabilitation Centers 30500 North Arrastre Canyon Road Acton, CA 93510

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(661) 269-0062
Adult substance abuse residential services.

Asian American Drug Abuse Program, Inc. 5318 S. Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90043 (323) 293-6284
Residential Services

Beacon House Association of San Pedro 1003 S. Beacon Street San Pedro, CA 90731 (310) 514-4940
Residential Services

1012 S. Palos Verdes Street San Pedro, CA 90731 (310) 514-4940
Residential Services

126-132 W. 10th Street San Pedro, CA 90731 (310) 514-4940
Residential including non-custodial parents

Behavioral Health Services, Inc. 12917 Cerise Avenue Hawthorne, CA 90250 (310) 675-4431
Residential including non-custodial parents and Female Offenders Project

1775 N. Chestnut Avenue Long Beach, CA 90813 (562) 599-8444
Residential Medical Detoxification Services, non-custodial parents

2501 W. El Segundo Blvd. Hawthorne, CA 90250 (323)754-2816
Residential services- Prison Parole Network, Alcohol and Drug Free Living Center, Prison Parole Network Project

California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc. 2436 Wabash Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90033

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(213) 780-8756
Residential Services

327 N. Saint Louis Street Los Angeles, CA 90033 (323) 261-7810
Residential Services

530 N. Avenue 54 Los Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 254-2433
Residential Services

California Hispanic Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc. (cont.) 6157 N. Figueroa Street Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 258-2921
Includes AOD-Juvenile Drug Court Residential Services

Canon Human Services, Inc. 9705 S. Holmes Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90002 (323) 249-9097
Residential Services

Chabad of California, Inc. 5675 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036 (310) 204-3196
Residential including non-custodial parents

Clare Foundation, Inc. 1023 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 450-4164
Residential Community Recovery Program

1871 9th Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 314-6238
Residential Services

907 W. Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 314-6215
Residential Community Recovery Program

Cri-Help,Inc. 4966 S. Huntington Dr.

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Los Angeles, CA 90032 (323) 222-1440
Residential Services

5110 S. Huntington Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90032 (323) 222-1440
includes Female Offenders Project and Prison Parole Network

Cri-Help, Inc. (cont.) 2010 Lincoln Park Avenue Los Angeles,CA 90031 (this office will be new location) 11027 Burbank Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601 (818) 985-8323
Residential services including non-custodial parents and female offenders and prison parole network

Dare U to Care 316 W. 120th St. Los Angeles, CA 90061 (323) 756 – 3208 (323) 756-3982
No wait, single persons $200. Dual Dx rent: $425 Includes meals up to one year spiritual based

Didi Hirsch Psychiatric Services 11643 Glenoaks Blvd. Pacoima, CA 91331 (818) 897-2609
Residential services including non-custodial parents

East Los Angeles Health Task Force, Inc. 2501 S. Hill Street Los Angeles, CA 90007 (213) 765-5050
Residential including non-custodial parents

630 S. Saint Louis Street East Los Angeles, CA 90023 (323) 881-1110
Residential including non-custodial parents

His Sheltering Arms 10615 S. Avalon Blvd. Los Angeles,CA 90003
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(323) 754-6900
Residential Services

11101 S. Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90061 (323) 755-6646
Residential including non-custodial parents

House of Hope Foundation, Inc. 235 W. 9th Street San Pedro, CA 90731 (310)831-9411
Residential services including non-custodial parents

Little House 9718 Harvard Street Bellflower, CA 90706 (562) 925-2777
Residential Services

Live Again Recovery Home, Inc. 38215 N. San Francisquito Canyon Road Saugus, CA 91350 (661) 270-0025
Residential services including non-custodial parents

Los Angeles Centers for Substance Abuse 10425 Bloomfield Avenue Santa Fe Springs,CA 90670 (562) 906-2676
Residential Services

Mary Lind Foundation 360 S. Westlake Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90057 (213) 483-9201
Residential Services

4445 Burns Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90029 (323) 664-8940 (323) 382-4241
Residential Services

Midnight Mission 396 South Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 90013

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(213) 624-9258
12- 18 month residential drug and alcohol program for people who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. Must not have mental health diagnosis. 175-bed program for males only. The program is highly structured. No charge for services.

Mid Valley Recovery Services, Inc. 453 S. Indiana Street Los Angeles, CA 90063 (323) 266-7728
Residential including non-custodial parents)

Mini Twelve Step House, Inc. 1145 W. 37th Pl. Los Angeles, CA 90007 (213) 731-1274
Residential including non-custodial parents

303 E. 52nd Street Los Angeles, CA 90011 (323) 232-6228
Residential Services

Miracle Star Women’s Recovery Community 44664 N. Cedar Avenue Lancaster, CA 93534 (661) 726-7177
Residential services including non-custodial parents

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence- Long Beach Area 836 Atlantic Avenue Long Beach, CA 90813 (562) 423-6807
Residential including non-custodial parents and Perinatal Residential Habilitative Services-Federal Drug/Medi-Cal

New Way Foundation, Inc. 207 N. Victory Blvd. Burbank, CA 91502 (818) 846-9771
Residential Services

Palm House, Inc. 2515 E. Jefferson Street Carson, CA 90810 (310) 830-7803
Residential Services

People Coordinated Services of Southern California 4771 S. Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90037 (323) 233-3342

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Residential Services

1319 South Manhatten Pl. Los Angeles, CA 90018 (323) 734-1143
Residential Services

People In Progress 8140 Sunland Blvd. Sun Valley, CA 91352 (818) 768-7494
Residential including non-custodial parents

Phoenix House of Los Angeles, Inc. 503 Ocean Front Walk Venice, CA 90291 (310) 392-3070
Residential including non-custodial parents and Prison Parole Network

Phoenix House of Los Angeles, Inc. (cont.) 11600 Eldridge Avenue Lake View Terrace, CA 91342 (818) 896-1121
Adolescent Intervention/Recovery Services , Alcohol and Drug Residential Services

Redgate Memorial Hospital Long Beach (310) 599-8444 Salvation Army 721 E. 5th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 213) 622-5253
Residential services including non-custodial parents

809 E. 5th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 626-4786
Residential services including non-custodial parents

3107 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90007 (213) 748-0391
Residential Services

South Bay Alcoholism Services 341 E. 6th Street Long Beach, CA 90802 (562)435-7350

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Residential including non-custodial parents, and Residential Community Recovery Program

Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. 16314 Cornuta Avenue Bellflower, CA 90706 (562) 461-9272
Residential including non-custodial parents

10603 Downey Avenue Downey, CA 90241 (562) 622-2268
Alcohol and Drug Residential Services (California Perinatal Drug Treatment Provider Network)

1755 Freeman Avenue Long Beach, CA 90804 (562) 986-5524
Residential services including Perinatal Residential Habilitative Services-Federal Drug/Medi-Cal

Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (cont.) 757-59 Loma Vista Drive Long Beach, CA 90813 (562) 435-4771
Residential Services

1055 Eastman Street Los Angeles, CA 90023 (323) 260-7394
Residential Services

11400 Norwalk Blvd. #209 Norwalk, CA 90650 (562) 864-7724
Residential Services

15551 Paramount Blvd. Paramount, CA 90723 (562) 408-3001
Residential including non-custodial parents

10511 Mills Avenue Whittier, CA 90604 (562) 947-3835
Residential including non-custodial parents

12322 Clearglen Avenue, Apts. 1-4 Whittier, CA 90604 (562) 947-3835
Residential Services

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Substance Abuse Foundation of Long Beach, Inc. 3111 E. Seventh Street Long Beach, CA 90804 (562) 987-5722
Residential services including non-custodial parents and Prison Parole Network

3125 E. Seventh Street Long Beach, CA 90804 (562) 439-7755
Residential services -Female Offenders Project

727 Obispo Avenue Long Beach, CA 90804 (562) 987-5722
Residential services and Prison Parole Network and Female Offenders Project

Tarzana Treatment Center 2101 Magnolia Avenue Long Beach, CA 90806 (562) 218-1868
Residential Drug-Court Services, non-custodial parents, and Medical Detoxification Services

44447 N. 10th Street-West Lancaster, CA 93534 (661) 726-2630
Residential services including non-custodial parents

18646 Oxnard Street Tarzana, CA 91356 (818) 996-1051
Drug-Court Residential Services Residential including non-custodial parents Residential-Medical Detoxification Services including non-custodial parents Adolescent Intervention/Recovery Services , Alcohol and Drug Residential Services

Van Ness Recovery House 1919 N. Beachwood Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90068 (323) 463-4266
Residential Services

Volunteers of America of Los Angeles 4969 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027

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(323) 660-8042 515 E. 6th Street Los Angeles, CA 90021 (213) 627-8002
Residential including non-custodial parents

Watts Health Foundation, Inc. 8005 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90003 (323) 778-5290
Residential including non-custodial parents

Residential Services – SPA 3

American Recovery Center 2180 West Valley Boulevard Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 865-2336
6-12 month substance abuse treatment, individual, family, and group treatment, case management, health education and support groups, and HIV counseling and testing.

Casa de las Amigas 160 N. El Molino Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 792-2770
Residential including non-custodial parents

Grandview Foundation, Inc. 225 Grandview Street Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 797-1124
http://grandview.gobizgo.com/ http://www.orgsites.com/ca/grandview/ Men’s residential services (treatment and sober living) Accepts insurance, indigent and self-pay. Outpatient substance abuse for men and women

Las Encinas Hospital Pasadena, CA (626) 795-9901
Residential and day programs for dually-diagnosed individuals. 3-55 days Medi Medi

Mid Valley Recovery Services, Inc. 3430 Cogswell Rd. El Monte, CA 91732

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(626) 453-3416
Residential Services. Client should call, call daily in the AM, 6-month live in. All day groups, social model recovery, cost depends on income, accept GR SDI, SSI, self pay: $485

Principles, Inc. 1680 N. Fair Oaks Avenue Pasadena, CA 91103
Residential Services (R/S) including non-custodial parents-(323) 681-2575 Prison Parole Network (R/S)- (323) 681-2575 Female Offenders Project (R/S)- (626) 798-0884 Drug Court-Residential (R/S)- (626) 798-0884)

Prototypes 845 East Arrow Highway Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 624-1233
Residential Services for women and children. Wait list approx 6 weeks. 9-18 months Single women and children. Highly structured, county funded

River Community 23701 East Fork Road Azusa, CA 91702 (626) 910-1202
3-6 month residential program for individuals who are dually-diagnosed with substance abuse and mental illness.

Stepping Stone Home (Azusa) 18417 Orkney Street Azusa, CA 91702 (626) 967-1263
Residential including non-custodial parents

Stepping Stones House 17727 Cypress Street Covina, CA 91722 (626) 967-2677
Residential substance abuse recovery home for women. Residents cannot be taking psychiatric medications. The program also has a sober living home.

Sober Living Programs Action House 15217 Hartsville Street La Puente, CA 91744 (626) 839-9226
Sober living home for males. 2 homes, 11 beds total. Fireplace, free wash and dry, local phone calls, and cable television. Residents must attend 12-step meetings. Individuals taking psychiatric medications sometimes accepted .

Alameda House 1530 Alameda Street

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Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 629-9793
Sober living house for males.

Brick House 667 Holt Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 623-7772 or (909) 468-3430
Sober living program for males only.

Casa de las Amigas (626) 792-2770
For women only.

Choices 440 E. Alvarado Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-7555
Sober living home for males and females.

Courage House A program of San Gabriel Valley Medical Center (626) 284-0690 (626) 457-7145 Tommy Serna (intake)
Sober living home for males with dual diagnosis of substance abuse and mental illness. Individuals must be able to prepare own meals, and participate in constructive daily activities.

Dixon House (626) 332-1857 or (626) 332-1857
Three co-ed sober living homes. Residents must attend daily 12-step meetings.

Eaton Canyon Foundation 3323 Fairpoint Street Pasadena (626) 798-0150
Transitional living and treatment program. Usually do not accept dual diagnosis.

Flora House 1408 West Flora Avenue Ontario, CA 91762 (909) 635-0653
Sober living home for males and females.

Forestdale House (626) 967-0914
11-bed, court-approved sober living home for males. Residents must attend 2 12-step meetings weekly. Private rooms available based on seniority. Residents must be able to self-administer own medication.

Gibson House 1135 North D Street

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San Bernardino, CA 92410 (909) 888-6956
Sober living program for females. Fees based on ability

to pay.

Grandview Foundation For admission, contact Barbara Burns, (626) 797-3799, at 225 Grandview, Pasadena
10-bed program. $375 (upper bunk bed), $400 (lower bunk bed). Singles available based on seniority.

Howe House Center for Recovery Whittier (562) 693-3555
Sober living home for males.

Huntington House 695 North Huntington Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 524-0280
Sober living home for males and females.

Independent Living Estates Contact Sal or Charlie, (626) 705-9666
3 sites in Highland Park (323-478-1878), Monrovia, and Rosemead. Dual diagnosis OK. No time limits on length of stay. 2 inhouse meetings a week. $550 for shared room.

Jubilee Enterprises Contact Bobbie Wescott of the All Saint's Church (626) 796-1172
7 sites for males and females in Pasadena, Altadena, and Monrovia. Must be 60 - 90 days clean and sober. Must be involved in 12-step program and have a sponsor. Rates range from $300 - $525. Must have a source of income (most residents work). No dual diagnosis accepted.

Kwanza House 360 Vinton Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 629-0946 or (909) 626-0550
Sober living home for males and females.

Lincoln House 1065 Lincoln Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 629-4709 or (909) 524-0295
Sober living home for males.

Miracle House (626) 968-2225

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Sober living home for males. Participation in 12-step meetings required. Fee includes all meals, cable, and laundry services. People taking psychiatric medications usually not accepted.

Our House (626) 339-0658 Oxford House (626) 797-8377
Several sites for males and females. Residents must do chores and participate in at least 5 meetings a week.

Puente House 444 West Badillo Street Covina (626) 967-1819
Structured sober living home for women, with in-house meetings and attendance at 9-14 meetings required each week. Most residents are employed. Individuals taking psychiatric medications are usually not accepted.

Room to Grow Covina (626) 966-9689
Transitional sober living house for women and children. Structured program with in-house meetings. Residents must provide their own food, and are required to work or attend school and attend outside AA/NA meetings. Length of stay is up to one-year.

Town House 2184 South Towne Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 287-0278 Waters House 1566 S. Waters Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 629-6209
Sober living home for males and females.

Welcome to Life Covina (626) 332-2445 Benefits BacUp 1336 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 101 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213)413-8888
Consumer run non-profit agency helping mental health and homeless clients obtain SSI and/or SSDI benefits.

Medi-Cal Eligibility Questions Healthy Families

(800) 456-2387 (888) 747-1222

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State Medi-Cal Denti-Cal Mental Health Advocacy Services 1336 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 102 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 484-1628
Help with SSI/SSDI problems, and applications.

(213) 897-0745 (800) 322-6384

Social Security Administration (800) 772-1213

Board and Care Homes (for mental health clients) Community Care Licensing 1000 Corporate Court Drive Monterey Park, CA 91754 (323) 981-3300 Angelina Home and Care 622 N. Waterbury Avenue Covina, CA 91722 (626) 915-4503
6-bed facility.

21731 Ventura Blvd, #250 Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (818) 596-4334

A listing of licensed board and care homes is available for a $12 fee.

Armstead Residential Facility 1025 E. Citrus Edge Azusa, CA 91702 (626) 334-3274
6-bed facility

* Azusa Hacienda Guest Home 600 West Paramount Azusa, CA 91702 (626) 334-0012
15-beds

Barkey Family Home 1030 N. Orange Avenue La Puente, CA 91744 (626) 917-5196
4-bed facility. Applicants can self-refer.

Beltran Home and Care 121 W. Haltern Avenue

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Glendora, CA 91740 (626) 963-7982
6-bed facility.

Bonnie's Guest Home 135 N. Bonnie Avenue Pasadena, CA 91106 (626) 440-0494
14-bed facility. Residents must be ambulatory with no medical problems. Referrals must be made by a case manager.

California Villa 3929 N. Durfee Avenue El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 579-1138
20-bed facility. Case management services provided. Applicants can self-refer.

Cedar Guest Home 4328 Cedar Avenue El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 448-4036
10-bed facility

Charlene's Guest Home 17456 Salais La Puente, California (626) 912-1786 Citrus Residential Facility 1329 N. Citrus Avenue Covina, CA 91722 (626) 915-7273
6-bed facility

Claremont Sheltered Care 650 South Indian Hill Avenue Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 626-3581
56-bed facility

* Country View Retirement Home 824 West Cameron Avenue West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 962-3511
136-beds for age 60 plus

* Crystal Manor 3406 Baldwin Park Boulevard Baldwin Park, CA 91706

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(626) 337-1424
26-beds, all-male

De Leon Guest Home 2237-39 Continental Avenue El Monte, CA 91733 (626) 448-4047
16-bed facility. Applicants can self-refer.

* El Dorado Oaks 1771 South Grand Avenue P.O. Box 217 Glendora, CA 91740 (626) 966-7529
60-beds, age 60 and up.

Fairvale Guest Home 312 Fairvale Avenue Azusa, CA 91702 (626) 339-9616
5-bed facility.

Falk’s Family Home 15431 East Garo Street Hacienda Heights, CA 91745 (626) 336-3484
12-beds. In-house activity program. Some transportation to programs, shopping, and emergencies provided.

Forestdale Guest Home 122 N. Forestdale Covina, CA 91723 (626) 331-4966
6-bed facility.

Forestdale Guest Home II 668 Dexter Covina, CA 91723 (626) 339-0881
6-bed facility.

Fullmore Family Home 1314 E. Woodbury Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 577-4535
6-bed facility

Garda Board and Care 400 Garda Avenue

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Valinda, CA 91744 (626) 336-0118
6-bed facility. Applicants can self-refer.

Hacienda Guest Home 2544 N. El Molino Altadena, CA 91001 (626) 794-8175
36-bed facility

Homes for Life Madison House: Wilson House: Corporate Office:

989 North Madison Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 34 North Wilson Pasadena, CA 91101 8929 South Sepulveda Boulevard, #506 Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 337-7417

Homes for Life operates a number of board and care homes and independent living programs through Los Angeles county. Call the corporate office for information.

* Hope Manor 2612 North Lincoln Avenue Altadena, CA 91001 (626) 798-9118
30-beds. Also has an independent living housing program residents can transition into.

House of Alice Guest Home 15431 East Garo Street Hacienda Heights, CA 91745 (626) 336-3484
12-beds. Transportation, daily activities, psychiatrist comes on-site.

Hurley Residential Facility 17772 Hurley Street La Puente, CA 91744 (626) 913-2885
6-beds

Joy Home and Care 16527 Cypress Street Covina, CA 91722 (626) 332-4532
6-bed facility for males only.

Kay's Guest Home 3748 N. Grace Avenue Baldwin Park, CA 91706

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23-bed facility. Daily adult education services provided on-site.

Los Robles Guest Home 1657 N. Los Robles Pasadena, CA 91744 (626) 797-0508
20-bed facility

* Mountain View Care Center 2622 Mountain View Road El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 448-1682
78-beds

Pasadena Guest Home 1025 North Los Robles Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 798-0869
30-bed facility. Activities and field trips provided. Accepts dual-diagnosis of developmental disabilities and mental illness.

* Pasadena Manor 940 East Colorado Boulevard Pasadena, CA (626) 796-8123
Ages 60 and up. Residents have a private room and bathroom. 145 beds.

* Pasadena Residential Care Center 1415 North Garfield Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 398-9647
136-beds. On-site classes and job program.

Robert's Guest Home 643 North Chester Pasadena, CA 91106 (626) 356-9141
6-beds

Sacred Heart Home 16104 Lear Court Valinda, CA 91744 (626) 333-8200
6-beds. Applicants can self-refer.

Shadydale Group Home 440 Shadydale Avenue La Puente, CA 91744

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6-bed facility. On-site activities and games. Applicants can self-refer.

* Springfield Manor 2426 North New Avenue Rosemead, CA 91770 (626) 572-4146
24-beds

Twin Palms Guest Home 10164 Bodger Street El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 448-5540
14-beds. Residents must be ambulatory. Dual diagnosis of mental illness and developmental disability accepted. Activities provided.

Well's Board and Care 336 South Los Robles Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 793-3640
8-beds. Activities provided. Prefer referral by case manager.

Wheatly Board and Care 919 North Madison Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 798-7316
6-beds. Accept residents with a dual diagnosis of developmental disabilities and mental illness. Residents must attend day programs. Applicants must be referred by the Regional Center.

* denotes participation in the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health Interim Funding program Child Care Los Angeles County Child Care Directory Internet Home Page: http://childcare.co.la.ca.us Options Child Care Information 13100 Brooks Drive, Suite 200 Baldwin Park, CA 91706 (626) 856-5900
Information and referrals on child care to include subsidized programs, preschools, nutrition programs, and licensed in-home care providers. Multilingual services.

Pomona Unified School District Child Development Center 1460 East Holt Avenue

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Resource information and referrals for child care in the Pomona Valley

Child, Youth and Family Services Almansor Center Headquarters 1317 Huntington Drive South Pasadena, CA 91030 (323) 257-3006

Client services 1955 Freemont Avenue South Pasadena, CA 01030

http://www.redesignlearning.org/Almansor%20AB3632.htm Mental health services to children, youth, transition-aged youth, and families, to include individual and family therapy, independent living skills, pre-vocational support services, personal and social adjustment, and case management. Accepts MediCal or sliding scale.

Asian Youth Center 100 West Clary Avenue San Gabriel, CA 91776 (626) 309-0622
Provides educational and outreach services, an after-school program, a perinatal program, and HIV and STD services. There is a drop-in recreation center, parenting skills classes, life skills classes, youth employment and college readiness, and community service for probation. Language capacities of staff include Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, and Spanish.

Boys and Girls Club of San Gabriel Valley 2740 Mountain View Road El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 442-5470
Free activities for youth.

600 South Shamrock Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 305-5353 Boys Republic 128 East Palm Street, Suite 102 Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 358-4581
http://www.boysrepublic.org/ A day school for juveniles on probation.

California Youth Crisis Line (800) 843-5200 (24 hours) Child Abuse Hotline (800) 540-4000 within the state calls (213) 283-1960 out-of-state calls
For reporting suspected child abuse

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Children’s Bureau of Southern California 14600 East Ramona Boulevard Baldwin Park, CA 91706 (626) 337-8811
http://www.all4kids.org/home.html Mental health services for children under 12 years old. English/Spanish languages. Accepts Medi-Cal or sliding scale.

El Centro de Accion Social 37 East Del Mar Boulevard Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 792-3148
Youth programs (after-school, tutorial, summer youth, counseling), cultural events, job and social services referrals.

Enki – Youth and Family Services 535 South Second Avenue Covina, CA 91721 (626) 974-0770
Bilingual/bicultural services to children/adolescents (ages 4 – 17) and their families. Transitional Youth services for ages 18 21. Services included individual and group counseling, medication support, and intensive in-home services. Medi-Cal is accepted and fees are based on a sliding scale. http://www.ehrs.com/What_Is_enki_health.htm

Family Counseling Services 314 East Mission Drive San Gabriel, CA 91776 (626) 285-2139
Outreach to the Asian community, parent training classes, child abuse prevention and education, youth intervention, family programs and teen parenting support

Foothill Family Service 1720 West Cameron Avenue, Suite 100 West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 338-9200
Parenting classes, a child abuse treatment program, Adolescent Family Life and Cal-Learn Programs, and the Future Visions Program.

. Hillsides Family Center 37 E. Villa Street Pasadena, CA 91103 (626) 793-1510
Outpatient mental health services for children ages 4 - 18 and their families. Medi-Cal accepted.

Maclaren Children's Center -- Mental Health Unit 4024 N. Durfee Avenue El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 455-4661

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Temporary residential facility for infants and children who are wards of the court.

Pacific Clinics 909 South Fair Oaks Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 795-8471 (877) 722-2737 Toll-free Call Center
www.pacificclinics.org
Comprehensive mental health services for children and adults, offered at a multitude of satellite offices throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Call "Call Center" for intake.

Pacific Clinics Family Services Center at CHAP Serves Northwest region of Pasadena and Altadena. Services include family, individual and group counseling, parenting training and support, medication evaluation and management. Services are available in English and Spanish 1855 N. Fair Oaks Ave Ste #110 and #130 (626) 296-7710 RUNAWAYS Hotline (800) 231-6946
Local and national referrals provided.

Teen Families Program 1720 West Cameron Avenue, Suite 100 West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 338-9200
Educational and outreach services, counseling, job-training, and a sibling program.

Crisis Mental Health Services

Arcadia Mental Health Center 330 East Live Oak Avenue Arcadia, CA 91767 (626) 821-5858 Monday through Friday, 8 am – 5 pm (800) 854-7771 after 5 pm and on weekends and holidays
Mobile psychiatric response team for psychiatric emergencies.

Aurora Charter Oak Hospital 1161 East Covina Boulevard Covina, CA 91724 (626) 966-1632
Mobile psychiatric response team for psychiatric emergencies, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Walk-in crisis intervention services and assessment available 24 hours, 7 days a week.

BHC Alhambra Hospital 4619 North Rosemead Boulevard Rosemead, CA 91770 (626) 286-1191

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Mobile psychiatric response team for psychiatric emergencies, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Optimum Care Behavioral Health Services (800) 331-2673
Mobile crisis response team, 24-hours a day/ 365 days a week

Pacific Clinics 1161 East Covina Boulevard Covina, CA 91724 (626) 967-7277
Psychiatric Mobile Response team to group homes serving children and adolescents. 7 days a week, 5:00 pm – 8:00 am. http://www.pacificclinics.org/

Tri-City Mental Health Center 2008 North Garey Avenue Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-6131
Psychiatric Mobile Response Team serving the cities of Pomona, La Verne and Claremont.

Dental Resources (Free or Low-Cost) Free Buddist Tzu-Chi Free Clinic 1000 South Garfield Alhambra (626) 281-3383
Free general dentistry only for low-income, uninsured individuals. Must have written referral letter from a social service agency.

Donated Dental Services Program (800) 872-6176
Dental services for people with disabilities who can't afford dental services

Union Rescue Mission Dental Clinic 545 South San Pedro Street Los Angeles, CA (213) 347-6300, extension 2247
Free dental services for residents of the downtown/Skid Row homeless shelters and missions.

Sliding Fee/Low-cost Arroyo Vista Family Dentistry 600 North Figaroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 254-5221 Community Health Foundation 3945 Whittier Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90023 (323) 266-5665

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Full-service medical clinic to include dental services, medical services, OB/GYN, and pediatric services. Services are low-cost based on a sliding fee.

USC School of Dentistry 925 West 34th Street Los Angeles, California (213) 740-2800
Walk-in for general and emergency services, Monday through Friday, from 8:15 am – 10 and 12:30 pm – 2 pm.

Los Angeles County Health Clinics: For information and a referral: (800) 383-4600
The County Health Clinic serving the San Gabriel Valley is El Monte Comprehensive.

San Gabriel Valley Dental Society (626) 285-1174
Dental referrals provided.

Developmental Disabilities Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center 1000 S. Fremont Alhambra CA 91802 (626) 299-4700
www.elarc.org Diagnosis and evaluation, information and referral, case management, advocacy and education to developmentally disabled persons and their families. Services also extend to children from birth to 3 years who are at-risk of disabilities.

San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center 761 Corporate Center Drive Pomona, CA 91768 (800) 822-7504
www.sgprc.org Diagnosis and evaluation, information and referral, case management, advocacy and education to developmentally disabled persons and their families. Services also extend to children from birth to 3 years who are at-risk of disabilities.

Domestic Violence Services ** denotes that emergency shelter services are offered ** Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council (Valley Oasis Shelter) P.O. Box 4226 Lancaster, CA 93539 (805) 945-6736 hotline (805) 949-1916 business
Domestic violence emergency shelter and transitional housing. Serves anyone who is battered, including men. Also outpatient counseling, support groups, and a batterer’s treatment program.

** Association to Aid Victims of Domestic Violence 23630 San Fernando Road, “C” Newhall, CA 91321 (661) 259-8175 Administration

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(661) 259-4357 24-hour Hotline
8-bed 30-day emergency shelter for female victims of domestic violence and their children (age limit for male children is 13). Women must be free of substance abuse for at least 6 months.

** Center for the Pacific Asian Family, Inc. 543 North Fairfax Avenue, Room 108 Los Angeles, CA 90036 (800) 339-3940 hotline, 24 hours
Domestic violence emergency and transitional shelter for women and children (males up to age 12), with a special focus on Asian/Pacific Islander women. Also a 24-hour crisis line, counseling, and legal advocacy.

** Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence 2064 Eastman Avenue, #104 Ventura, CA 93003 (805) 656-1111 or (800)300-2181 24-hours
Up to 30-days emergency shelter for battered women and children. Other services include 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, outpatient services and support groups, and legal advocacy.

Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 978-3600
Provides shelter referrals

** Dominguez Family Shelter 724 East Carson Street Carson, CA 90745 (310) 549-1157 business office (310) 835-7773 hotline 24 hours
21-bed domestic violence emergency shelter for women and children (males up to age 16). Other services include a 24-hour crisis line, counseling for women and children, and legal advocacy.

** Haven Hills P.O. Box 260 Canoga Park, CA 91305 (818) 887-6589 or (818) 887-7481
36-bed 30-day emergency shelter for battered women and their children and teens. Also provided are counseling services for women and their children.

** Haven House P.O. Box 50007 Pasadena, CA 91115 (626) 564-8880, 564-9348 (323) 681-2626 hotline, 24 hours
36-bed emergency shelter for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and alcoholism (no age restrictions for children). Women must be currently sober. Other services include a 24-hour crisis line, individual and group counseling for women and children, legal advocacy, and drug and alcohol counseling.

Alcohol Family Residential Recovery Services ** House of Ruth 240 East Monterey Avenue Pomona, CA 91766

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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 459 Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 988-5559 24-hour hotline (909) 623-4364 Pomona site (909) 984-8282 Ontario site
A program dedicated to assisting women and children experiencing domestic violence. Services include a 20-bed shelter for women and children (up to age 11), group and individual counseling, employment assistance, children’s programs and a transitional living program (“My Sister’s House.”).

** Interval House Crisis Shelters P.O. Box 3356 Seal Beach, CA (562) 594-9492 (714) 891-8121 24-hour hotline
Emergency Shelter and transitional housing for battered women and children (no age limitations). Other services include a 24hour hotline, individual and group counseling for women and children, legal advocacy, and community education.

** Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles (Family Violence Project) 8134 Van Nuys Boulevard, #300 Panorama City, CA 91402 (818) 908-5007 (818) 505-0900 hotline
Tamar House, a battered women’s shelter, provides a 30-day emergency shelter for abused women and their children. Hope Cottage provides long-term housing. Other services include individual and group counseling for women and their children, legal advocacy, and prevention/education programs.

Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women (LACAAW) 605 West Olympic Boulevard, Suite 400 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213) 955-9090 (213) 626-3393 or (310) 392-8381 24-hour hotline
Free, county-wide domestic violence and sexual assault hotline, individual and group counseling for women and their children, hospital, police, and court accompaniment, and community education.

** Ocean Park Community Center (Sojourn Services) P.O. Box 7081 Santa Monica, CA 90406 (310) 264-6646 (310) 264-6644 24-hour hotline
4-6 week emergency domestic violence shelter for women and their children (no age limits). The shelter has 15 beds and 2 cribs. Other services include peer support groups, legal advocacy, and prevention/education programs.

** PATHWAYS -- El Monte Youth Development Center business office: El Monte Multi-Services Center 11411 Valley Boulevard El Monte, CA 91732

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(626) 401-9636 business (626) 455-0026 24-hour hotline
Emergency and transitional placement for battered women/teens ages 16 - 24 and their children (no age restrictions); accompaniment to social services, court, and medical services, and parent education; children’s services; legal advocacy; and counseling.

** Peace and Joy Care Center 1693 Del Amo Boulevard Carson, CA 90746 (310) 763-7730 (310)898-3117 24-hour hotline
Temporary and transitional housing for battered women and children (up to age 12).

** Rainbow Services, Ltd. 453 West 7th Street San Pedro, CA 90731 (310) 548-5450 (310) 547-9343 24-hour hotline
Emergency shelter and transitional housing for battered women and their children (no age limitations). The program also offers comprehensive domestic violence services to include individual and group counseling to women and children, legal advocacy, and prevention/education programs.

** 1736 Family Crisis Center 3375 South Hoover Street, Suite K Los Angeles, CA 90007 (213) 741-5050 (310) 370-5902 or (310) 379-3620 hotline/intake (24 hours)
Service sites: Los Angeles, Redondo Beach. Emergency domestic violence shelter for women and children (boys and girls, up to age 17), for up to one month. Transitional housing for up to nine months. Also provides domestic violence outpatient counseling and support groups, family law to include assistance with restraining orders.

** Southern California Alcohol and Drug Program (Angel Step Inn) 11500 Paramount Boulevard Downey, CA 90241 (562) 906-5061 (562) 906-5060 24-hour hotline
13-bed 45-day safe shelter for women and children (males up to age 12)1 whose lives have been disrupted by domestic violence and substance abuse. 24-hour crisis line, counseling for substance abuse and domestic violence, and legal advocacy.

** Su Casa Family Crisis and Support Center P.O. Box 998 Artesia, CA 90702-0998 (562) 402-7081 (562) 402-4888 24-hour hotline

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Emergency shelter and transitional housing for women/teens and their children (up to age 12) who are victims of domestic violence. Other services include counseling, parenting classes, court accompaniment legal advocacy, and support groups.

** YWCA of Glendale (Domestic Violence Project) 735 East Lexington Drive Glendale, CA 91206 (818) 242-9388 (818) 242-1106 hotline
Comprehensive array of domestic violence services, to include 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter and transitional living for women and children (males up to age 13), counseling for women and children, legal advocacy and community education and outreach.

** YWCA “Wings” Program 961 South Glendora Avenue West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 967-0658 Helpline
Information and referral to women and children experiencing domestic violence, outreach programs, shelter, counseling, and legal advice

Educational Resources Citrus College 1000 West Foothill Boulevard Glendora, CA 91741 (626) 963-0323 Mount San Antonio College 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut, CA 91789 (909) 594-5611 Pasadena City College 1570 East Colorado Boulevard Pasadena, CA 91106 (626) 585-7123 Employment/Vocational Services CalWORKS – Department of Public Social Services 3403 Rio Hondo El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 572-5909
Provide job search and job readiness assistance, vocational education and training, education directly related to employment, adult basic education, and post-employment services.

Career Partners 715 East Mission Drive San Gabriel, CA 91776 (626) 572-7272
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Career Services, City of Pasadena 377 S. Oak Knoll Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 779-2934
Job skills program funded and sponsored by the City of Psadena on the campus of Pasadena City College.

Department of Rehabilitation 1501 West Cameron Ave. Ste #300 West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 813-7662
http://www.rehab.ca.gov/default.htm Provides Vocational Rehabilitation, Employment and Educational Opportunities for disabled

L.A. Works 5200 Irwindale Avenue Irwindale, CA 91706 (626) 960-3964
www.laworks.org Job training and placement, economic development and labor market information, small business start-up programs, human resources and consulting services, and community services. Services available in Spanish and Mandarin.

Mid-San Gabriel Valley Consortium 10503 East Valley Boulevard El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 258-0365
On-the-job training, class training, and job placement. No cost for services. Youth program available.

R.O.P. 547 S. Spring St #519 Los Angelse, CA 90013 (626) 472-7090
Vocational Services

The Work Center Arcadia Mental Health Center 330 East Live Oak Avenue Arcadia, CA 91006 (626) 821-5858
Employment placement services, resume preparation, pre-employment skills for adults with severe and persistent mental illness.

WORC, Inc. 4527 Phelan Avenue Baldwin Park, CA 91706 (626) 338-6322; (626) 337-2817
Not-for-profit organization offering vocational training, counseling, and job-seeking guidance for adults with emotional disabilities. Clerical, general maintenance, food service, and basic gardening skills are taught.

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Family Planning Services Planned Parenthood Pomona site 1550 North Garey Avenue 4786 North Peck Road Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 620-4268 (800) 328-2826 Emergency Line El Monte site 4786 North Peck Road El Monte, CA (626) 443-3844 Whittier 7655 Greenleaf Avenue Whittier, CA (562) 866-0556
Comprehensive family-planning services including pregnancy tests, birth control, and testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases.

Pregnancy Help Center 5626 North Rosemead Boulevard Temple City, CA 91780 (626) 309-0788 (626) 444-HELP Hotline
Free pregnancy testing, referrals for services, housing, and Medi-cal. Post-abortion counseling. Baby supplies. No restrictions on eligibility.

Right to Life League 1028 North Lake Avenue, Suite 104 Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 398-6100
A pro-life organization which provides free pregnancy tests, crisis counseling, abstinence education, single mom’s support group, and information and referrals.

Health Services Bill Moore Community Health Clinic 1460 N. Lake Avenue, Suite 107 Pasadena For information, call the Urban Revitalization Development Corporation at

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A state-licensed community clinic which provides free or low-cost primary health care services to low-income and indigent children, adults, and seniors.

Community Health Alliance of Pasadena (CHAP) 1845 North Fair Oaks Avenue Pasadena, CA (626) 398-6300
Medical services for uninsured individuals. http://www.ci.pasadena.ca.us/publichealth/chap.asp

East Valley Community Health Center 420 South Glendora Avenue West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 919-5724
Provides general care, information and referrals, prenatal and perinatal care, family planning, and mental health services.

El Monte Comprehensive Health Center 10953 Ramona Boulevard El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 579-8463
Offers health care through the county’s Ability-To-Pay program

Los Angeles County/USC Healthcare Network (800) 341-9211
Information on how women can receive low-cost or no-cost mammograms at local health centers

Los Angeles County USC Medical Center General Hospital 1200 North State Street Los Angeles, CA 90033 (323) 226-2622 (323) 226-7085 Psychiatric Emergency Services

Monrovia Health Center 330 West Maple Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 256-1600
Provides free immunizations for children, TB testing and treatment, and STD services. Serves residents of Monrovia and surrounding areas. All services are free.

HIV/AIDS Services AIDS Service Center 1030 South Arroyo Parkway

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Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 441-8495
http://www.aidsservicecenter.org/ Free direct services to men, women, and children with HIV and AIDS

Arcadia Mental Health Center 330 East Live Oak Avenue Arcadia, CA 91006
HIV testing provided to individuals with mental disorders, mental health and case management services for people who are HIV positive or have AIDS, and education provided to agencies and residential programs.

Community Health Projects 336 ½ Glendora Avenue West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 915-3844
HIV testing

East Valley Community Health Center 420 South Glendora Avenue, #104 West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 919-3402
Provides confidential HIV testing, medical treatment and counseling for patients with HIV only.

Foothill AIDS Project 233 West Harrison Avenue Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 482-2066
http://www.cyberg8t.com/cuccc/aids.html Provides case management, community outreach and education, support groups and mental health services for persons with HIV; HIV testing.

Monrovia Health Center 330 West Maple Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 301-4003
HIV and STD testing and counseling

Pasadena AIDS Service Center (626) 441-8495 Shipton HIV Information Center West Hollywood Library 715 North San Vicente Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 652-5340
Materials, information on HIV/AIDS.

Homeless Services

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A good listing of resources is provided by Citrus Valley Health Partners:
http://www.cvhf.org/homeless/homeless.htm

Catholic Charities, El Monte site 2017 Tyler Avenue El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 575-7652
Emergency food and clothing, and motel vouchers

Catholic Charities, Pomona site 315 North Park Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 622-3466
Emergency food and clothing, and occasional motel vouchers

City of West Covina/Salvation Army 1444 W. Garvey Ave. West Covina 91790 (626)575-7652
Provides Motel Vouchers to West Covina Residents

Door of Hope 669 North Los Robles Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 304-9130
Assists up to eight families at a time with housing and food. 1 1/2 to 2-year program for intact families only. Children need to be under age 13.

East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless 236 East College Avenue Covina, CA 91722 (626) 732-6011
Participates in the County’s Cold-Weather Protection Program during winter months where homeless persons are picked up from 7 locations and taken to area churches on a rotational basis. It offers information and referrals all year.

El Monte/South El Monte Emergency Resources Center (626) 444-7269, Monday through Friday 8 am – 5 pm
Provide basic needs such as food, clothing, motel vouchers (when funding is available), and rental/utility assistance for families who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. The resources are delivered in the community to the family. Services are restricted to residents of El Monte and South El Monte.

El Monte Multi-Services Center 11411 East Valley Boulevard El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 401-9636 or (888) 657-1222
One-stop service center for the homeless, providing a number of homeless services under one roof to include case management, domestic violence, mental health services, housing services, employment services, and Veteran’s services. Call for an appointment, Monday through Friday, 9 am – 5 pm.

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Emergency Resources Association, Inc. 2645 Lee Avenue Suite 6 South El Monte 91733 (626)444-7269
Provides motel vouchers in El Monte and South El Monte

Ethinian Christian Center 12801 North Oak Street Chino, CA (909) 627-3635
Senior brown bag program and food program for families.

Foothill Unity Center 415 West Chestnut Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 358-3486
Provides food and clothing on a need basis and bagged lunches for the homeless on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays, and referrals for medical and dental services. The center serves the cities of Monrovia, Duarte, Arcadia, Sierra Madre, and Bradbury.

Friends in Deed 444 East Washington Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 797-6072
Food assistance for single women and families, Monday through Friday, 10 am – 3 pm. Phone referrals by social service agency and proof of low income required.

Goodwill "Heartprints" Program 323-539-2014
Provides case management services, donations, and job training for the working poor.

Institute for Urban Research and Development/East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless (626)856-1430 Provides Winter Shelter (Rotating Sites), 90 beds, serves San Gabriel Valley Los Angeles Coalition to End Hunger and Homelessness 548 South Spring Street, Suite 339 Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 439-1070
An organization dedicated to eliminating hunger and homelessness through public education, technical assistance, public policy analysis, advocacy, organizing, and community action.

LOVE, Inc. P.O. Box 3505 Covina, CA 91722 (626) 858-3300 Client Helpline (626) 858-3304

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Area churches provide emergency assistance to the needy. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9 am - noon. Also provide furniture donations for the needy. Service provided to residents of Azusa, Covina, Glendora, and West Covina.

National Food Foundation Food Warehouse 576 Edna Place Covina, CA 91723 (626) 967-2545
Provides food packages for families

New Gethsemane Church 177 West Monterey Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 620-8137
Daily lunches for the homeless.

Outpatient Conservatorship Pilot Project Arcadia Mental Health Center 330 East Live Oak Avenue Arcadia, CA 91006 (626) 821-5858
Specialized homeless outreach focusing on persons who are unable to provide for food, clothing, and shelter due to a mental disorder. Psychiatric evaluation and referrals for LPS conservatorship for persons who meet the legal criteria. Comprehensive mental health and case management services available for severely mentally ill individuals willing to accept voluntary services. The program serves the San Gabriel Valley area and Glendale.

Passageways Pacific Clinics 1020 South Arroyo Parkway Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 403-4888
http://www.pacificclinics.org/ Homeless mentally ill street outreach, case management, psychiatric evaluation and treatment. Outreach van covers Altadena/Pasadena.

Pomona Access Center 502 West Holt Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 620-9783
One-stop center providing resources for homeless persons. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4 pm.

Pomona Neighborhood Center 999 West Holt Avenue, “D” Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 620-7691 Salvation Army, Pasadena site

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1600 East Walnut, Suite 102 Pasadena, CA 91106 (626) 795-8639
Emergency food assistance on Monday through Friday 9:00 am – 11:30 am. Call before coming. Motel vouchers, clothing vouchers, job assistance, bus tokens, referrals, and other homeless services provided.

Salvation Army, Pomona site 490 East La Verne Avenue Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-1579
Hours are 9 am - noon and 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Salvation Army, San Gabriel site 125 East Valley Boulevard San Gabriel, CA (626) 288-8846
Emergency food assistance (available Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays 10 am - 4 pm), motel vouchers, citizenship classes, and Sunday services.

Project Outreach for the Homeless Pacific Clinics 13177 Ramona Boulevard, Suite C Irwindale, CA 91706 (626) 960-2300
http://www.pacificclinics.org Street outreach, psychiatric evaluation and treatment, medication, case management, and money management.

Tri-City Mental Health Center 2008 North Garey Avenue Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-6131
Homeless services and outreach to individuals with mental illness.

Union Station 412 South Raymond Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 449-4596
Daily meals of breakfast and lunch served to the homeless, and shower program (persons do not have to stay at the shelter to get food or showers). Services include 12-step meetings, job training, literacy programs, and domestic violence counseling.

West Covina Community Services 415 South Glendora Avenue, Suite F West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 918-2005 (888) 50-NEEDS

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One-stop center for individuals who are homeless within the West Covina area, to include assistance with housing, medical referrals, and referrals for other community resources.

Housing Services Emergency Shelters ** Resources outside the San Gabriel Valley are included because the scarcity of local resources often necessitates referrals outside the area Catholic Charities, Angel’s Flight 357 S. Westlake Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90057 (213) 413-2311
Emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages 10 – 17 providing food, clothing, individual, family and group therapy, on-site community school, medical and dental care, recreational program, and aftercare services. Services are 24-hours and bilingual staff are available.

Catholic Charities, Long Beach 123 East 14th Street Long Beach, CA (562) 591-1351
Family shelter for women and children.

Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law 256 South Occidental Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90057 (213) 388-9693 Administration (213) 381-2929 Shelter
Six bed shelter for homeless minority youth, including immigrant and refugee youth, ages 12 – 17 years. Also a six month transitional living program for youth ages 16 – 21 years.

Covenant House (323) 461-3131 main number (323) 957-7455 for emergency shelter
Emergency shelter for youth ages 18 – 20. Transitional housing for youth ages 18 – 23.

Frazier Center 1140 West Mill San Bernardino, CA 92412 (909) 889-4424
Emergency shelter for women and children up to age 18. Stay ranges from 2 weeks to 6 months. Also a food program for the homeless.

Gateways Homeless Service Program 433 North Hoover Street, Los Angeles (323) 644-2026
The program provides an integrated, comprehensive continuum of non-traditional services to address the needs of mental ill adults who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. Services consist of mobile outreach, drop-in center, showers, meals, a

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place for people to park shopping carts, lockers, and washers/dryers. Narcotics Anonymous and psychosocial groups provided. 5-8 shelter beds are available.

Good Shepherd 323-469-6540
Emergency shelter for women and children under age 12. Pregnant women accepted. Monthly sliding fee is charged. Case management, individual counseling, child care, and parenting classes provided. Assistance with long-term housing through the Section 8 program.

Hospitality House A program of Salvation Army 845 W. Kingman Avenue San Bernardino, CA 92410 (909) 885-0353
70-bed emergency shelter for men, women and children. Male children accepted only up to age 12. 90-day maximum stay.

InfoLine (800) 339-6993 LAMP, Day Center and Crisis Shelter 627 South San Julian Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 (213) 488-0331
Drop-in center, which provides counseling, food, clothing, and emergency shelter for adults, diagnosed with mental illness.

LAMP Village Transitional Housing Program 527 South Crocker Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 488-9559
Long-term housing for homeless adults diagnosed with mental illness.

LAMP Lodge 660 South Stanford Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90021
50 apartment units offering permanent, affordable housing for homeless individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness.

Loma Linda Shelter Loma Linda, CA (909) 796-6381
30 – 90 day shelter for women and children up to age 18. Must go through interview.

Los Angeles Men’s Place 627 San Julian Street Los Angeles, CA 90014 (213) 488-0031 Los Angeles Mission 303 East Fifth Street (5th and Wall)

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Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 629-1227
Call for shelter availability or show up before 5:30 pm and individuals are admitted first come, first served. 5-day maximum stay. Serves homeless adults by providing clothing, meals, showers, rehabilitation, religious services, and emergency housing for men only.

Los Angeles Youth Network 1550 North Gower Street Los Angeles, CA 90028 (213) 957-7364
20-bed shelter for youth ages 12- 17. Day program provides food, clothing, shelter, placement referrals, independent living program and counseling.

Ocean Park Community Center (310) 828-6717
Emergency shelter through the Daybreak shelter for women with mental illness and transitional housing through the Turning Point Transitional Housing Program for homeless adults. Other projects include counseling, drop-in centers, and services for women and children experiencing domestic violence.

Options House 1754 Taft Avenue Hollywood, CA 90028 (213) 467-8466 (800) 225-4325
Two week emergency shelter for youth ages 12 – 18 years. Provides individual and group counseling, independent living skills program, placement or reunification, food, clothing, and referrals. Also offers a six-month transitional living program.

Parents of Watts 10828 South Lou Dillan Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90059 (323) 566-4223

Pomona-Inland Valley Council of Churches 1753 North Park Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 469-1706 (909) 629-3743
An 18-bed emergency shelter for women and children.

Queen of Peace Lynnwood (310) 635-3020 Salvation Army Circle of Hope Shelter 420 West Harrison Corona, CA
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Emergency shelter for women and children. The first 50 clients who are in line are accepted at 4:30 pm. Up to 30-days of shelter. Transitional housing for women with children under age five.

Salvation Army, Whittier 7950 South Pickering Whittier, CA (562) 696-2022 direct shelter number (562) 698-8360 or 8348 office
7-day emergency shelter for men and women.

1736 Family Crisis Center 3375 South Hoover Street, Suite K Los Angeles, CA 90007 (310) 379-3620
Two-week shelter for runaway, homeless, and abandoned youth ages 10 – 17.

Union Rescue Mission 545 South San Pedro Street (near San Julian and 5th) Los Angeles (213) 628-6103
Show up between 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm at the San Julian entrance.

The Way In – Salvation Army 5939 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90068 (213) 469-2946 (800) 843-9294
20-bed emergency and short-term shelter for youth ages 12 – 17 and an independent living program for youth ages 18 – 21. Also a multi-services drop-in center for runaway and homeless youth.

Transition House 543 South Crocker Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 622-7073 Turning Point 1453 16th Street Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 828-6717 Union Station 412 South Raymond Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 449-4596

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A 38-bed shelter for adult men and The Depot, a 22-bed shelter for women and children. Must go through Passageways for intake – contact (626) 403-4888. Transitional housing plus case management for 14 homeless families at Euclid Villa.

Veronica's Home San Bernardino (909) 888-9064, (909) 336-2127
pregnant women accepted

Weingart Center 515 East 6th Street Los Angeles, CA 90021 (213) 689-2235 Winter Shelter Program Operates county-wide. In the San Gabriel Valley, provided by: East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless 236 East College Street Covina, CA 91722 (626) 732-6011 For weather activated information: (800) 548-6047 Christian Homes Christ Extended Hands 13212 Fransisquito Avenue Baldwin Park, CA (626) 960-8447 or (626) 814-0157
Christian home for men. 12 beds. Daily bible study and 12-step meetings.

Los Tereginos 447 North Soldano Azusa, CA (626) 812-7712
Christian home for men. Intake between 4 - 6 PM.

Love in the Name of Christ P.O. Box 3505 Covina, CA 91722 (626) 858-3304
Provide referrals for Christian homes. Service provided to residents of Azusa, Covina, Glendora, and West Covina.

Victory Outreach El Monte Office 2600 Tyler Avenue El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 350-5146 office

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(626) 330-9176 Women’s home
Women’s home. Religious and work-oriented program. Free. Geared towards people who are trying to change their lives and end drug addiction and gang affiliation.

Victory Outreach La Puente (626) 961-4910
Christian-based residential program for men, women, and pregnant women.

Victory Outreach Pomona office 686 South Garey Avenue Pomona (909) 865-0373 main number (909) 629-6050 men's home (909) 397-4385 women's home
Christian-based residential program for Christians who are motivated to make positive changes in their life. Individuals who take psychiatric medications are not accepted.

Walter Hoving Home 127 South El Molino Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 405-0950
44-bed Christian based residential program for women with a history of drug or alcohol abuse or prostitution. Length of stay is 16-motnhs. $200/month and a $200 admission fee. Participation in church and bible classes required.

Room and Board Outreach Housing 7417 Graves Avenue Rosemead (626) 572-8451 office; ask for Sal Hasbun
Room and board homes in Rosemead, Monrovia, and Highland Park. Meals and cable TV provided. Individuals must be able to administer their own medications and provide own transportation to appointments.

Maternity Shelters ** Note: A free maternity home directory is available through the West Coast Maternity Home Association by calling (626) 398-6100 Amy Lynn Heritage Home 27716 Vista Delgado Drive Santa Clarita, CA 91354 (661) 299-5472
6-bed maternity shelter for single pregnant women.

Angel's Way 2212 Welby Way Canoga Park, CA 91303 (818) 346-2229

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4-bed emergency shelter for single pregnant women ages 18 and up. Women can stay until 2-3 months until after giving birth. On-site education, parenting skills, nutrition classes, exercise, and self-improvement.

Anne Douglas Center of the Los Angeles Mission 310 Winston Street Los Angeles, CA 90013-1520 (213) 614-0743
27-bed maternity shelter for single pregnant women addicted to drugs or alcohol

Baby Step Inn 1755 Freeman Avenue Long Beach, CA 90804 (562) 986-5525
24-bed maternity shelter for pregnant women addicted to drugs or alcohol

Casa de Los Angeles 954 Koleeta Drive Harbor City, CA 90714 (310) 325-8208
6-bed shelter for single pregnant women ages 18 and up. Women can stay until 3 months after giving birth. Case management, counseling, parenting skills, and classes in Lamaze and breastfeeding.

Elizabeth House 760 Santa Barbara Street Pasadena, CAS 91101 (626) 577-4434
6-bed shelter for single pregnant women and pregnant women with children under age 5. Women can stay 2-4 months after giving birth. Services include individual therapy and case management, and classes in money management, health education, life skills, and job skills.

Harvest House 2118 Wilshire Boulevard P.O. Box 358 Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 452-1223
10-bed maternity shelter for pregnant women over age 18. Must be drug and alcohol free. Residents can stay until 2 months after giving birth.

New Life Beginnings 835 East 6th Street Long Beach, CA 90802 (562) 590-1538
10-bed, Christian based shelter for pregnant women over the age of 18. Case management, counseling, and some education provided. Length of stay depends on need.

Precious Life P.O. Box 414
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Los Alamitos, CA 90720 (562) 431-5025
6-bed shelter for pregnant women over age 18. Maximum stay is 30-days, and transitional housing programs available. Child care, case management, and classes provided. Residents need to work.

St. Anne's Maternity Home 155 N. Occidental Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90026 (213) 381-2931
Emergency shelter for single pregnant teens ages 12- 17. Must be placed by parent or guardian. Residents are discharged upon delivery.

Transitional Housing BRIDGES 11927 Elliott Avenue El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 350-5304
12-18 month program for adults who are dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance dependence.

The Coalition of Mental Health Professionals, Inc. 9130 South Figeroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90003 (323) 777-3120
Independent living program (single furnished apartments) for homeless mentally ill in the South-Central Los Angeles area. Residents pay 1/3 of their income for the rent. Staff are on-site. Scheduled activities provided.

Gramercy Place Shelter Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles 5700 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 2416 Los Angeles, CA 90036 (213) 387-0171
Transitional housing with case management services for up to 13 homeless families with at least one child under age 18, for a maximum stay of 90 days. Referrals must be made by an agency. Various configurations of families can be accepted, such as single fathers and mothers, two-parent families, multi-generational families, and families with any number of children. The program accepts only people who have not been diagnosed with a major mental health disorder and who have been clean and sober at least six months.

Help Our Homeless Project (The HOHP Network) Sponsored by the San Fernando Valley Interfaith Council 10824 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, #7 Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818) 718-6460 call during the winter months for an interview
The HOHP Network consists of a group of congregations that link together to form a transitional shelter throughout the winter months. The Network offers a safe and stable environment in which guests are sheltered in private indoor tents within individual congregations. Each group of homeless guests rotates through a series of congregations for a period of up to three months.

His House 12056 Magnolia Street El Monte, California 91732 (626) 444-8016
Transitional housing for people with substance abuse problems and parolees.

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Homes for Life Corporate Office: 8929 South Sepulveda Boulevard, #506 Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 337-7417
Homes for Life operates a number of board and care homes and independent living programs throughout Los Angeles county. Programs are located in Highland Park, Los Angeles, Norwalk, Pasadena, and North Hollywood. Call the corporate office for information.

Services Center for Independent Living 2040 North Garey Avenue Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 596-0787
5-bed transitional program for homeless men with a physical or mental disability.

SRO Housing Programs SRO programs (Single Room Occupancy) provide project-based rental assistance to homeless individuals coming directly from the streets, or from emergency and transitional program. SRO’s are affordable single units where individuals usually pay only 30% of their income towards the rent. There are many SRO buildings, most in the downtown/Skid Row areas. Call the following sources for individual listings and admission criteria and procedures. Skid Row Housing Trust 108 5th Street Los Angeles, CA (213) 688-8866

SRO Housing Corporation 354 South Spring Street, Suite 400 Angeles, CA

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Transitional Living Care 3850 Penn Mar Avenue El Monte, CA 91732 (626) 350-6009  must go through a pre-screening interview at the El Monte Multi-Services Center (see above)
Transitional housing for youth ages 16 – 24 in need of protection due to family strife, neglect, abuse and/or dependency court placements, for up to 18 months. Teen parent/child housing with childcare provided. TLC is an enclosed apartment complex with 16 two-bedroom units, which are completely furnished. Supervision is provided.

Westside Residence Hall (310) 348-9850
Transitional program for 18 – 24 months for homeless veterans.

Housing Services

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Beyond Shelter (213) 252-0774
1-year of case management services for homeless families with minor children, and rental assistance upon referral from a approved agency who receives FEMA funding.

Community of Friends (213) 480-0809 Sherry Kaine will only accept calls from service providers
Affordable, permanent housing for homeless individuals or families with a mental or physical disability. Tenants pay 30% of their income towards the rent. Must be clean and sober 9 months. Various apartment buildings in the Hollywood, San Pedro, and Los Angeles area.

Fair Housing Council of San Gabriel Valley 1020 North Fair Oaks Avenue Pasadena, CA 91103 (626) 791-0211 Housing Assisted Section 8 Applications (213) 260-3300 or (800) 438-8808
Register for Section 8 or Conventional Housing Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.

Help the Homeless Pilot Fund PORTALS (213) 381-8283 (ext. 109) Diedra Anderson
A one-time cash payment up to $750 to prevent eviction or shut off of utilities. Call for more information.

Housing and Urban Development Public Housing (213) 894-8043 Financial Assistance for Housing Special Circumstances Program DPSS (800) 611-6411
Emergency funds for replacement or repair of essential household furniture, equipment, supplies, or clothing that was lost, destroyed, or damaged by a fire, flood, earthquake, or other disaster; moving expenses; household repairs or modifications; and/or payments that could prevent foreclosure on your home. One-time payment only.

Low-Cost Housing YMCA 350 North Garey Avenue Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-6433 Housing Authorities Housing Authority, County of Los Angeles Assisted Housing Division 4800 Cesar Chavez Avenue

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Los Angeles, CA 90022 Pasadena Community Development Commission 100 North Garfield Avenue, Room 101 Pasadena, CA 91109 (626) 744-8300

Information and Referral San Gabriel Valley (626) 350-6833 or (800) 339-6993
Provides information, 24 hours a day, on all types of human resources including adult services, counseling, legal assistance, financial assistance, training, and services for the disabled.

County Operator (909) 984-3136
Transfers callers to any County Department

Los Angeles County Information Internet Home Page: http://www.co.la.ca.us Legal/Advocacy Services Adult Protective Services
(213) 351-5401

Bet Tzedek Legal Services 1455 Fairfax Avenue, Suite 200 Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 939-0506
Nonprofit for limited free services to low-income people. Areas of legal expertise: housing, landlord and tenant disputes, consumer protection, home equity fraud, bankruptcy, wills, nursing home problems, conservatorship and guardianships, SSI, Social Security, Medi-Cal and Medicare.

California State Patient's Rights 449 15th Street, Suite 401 Oakland, CA 94612 (916) 575-1610 Center for Health Care Rights 520 S. Lafayette Park Place, Suite 214 Los Angeles, CA 90057 (800) 824-0780 (213) 383-4519
Private non-profit organization providing information, advocacy, some litigation, and community education programs for the elderly and disabled regarding Medicare, Medi-Cal, and Medi-Gap HMO's.

Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law
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256 S. Occidental Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90057 (213) 388-8693
Free legal services to indigent immigrants and refugees in proceedings before the INS and other governmental agencies. Provides legal, residential, and social services to minority youth, including unaccompanied immigrants and refugees.

Dispute Resolution Services (213) 351-5476
Provides mediated sessions to help avoid costly legal action.

Dispute Settlement Services (213) 974-0825
A free service that helps people resolve a case without going to court through mediation. Does not handle cases involving criminal acts, legal and medical malpractice, governmental entities, and family law including divorce and child custody. A program of the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs.

LA Free Clinic 8405 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA (323) 655-2697
Workshops on representing self in bankruptcy, divorce, immigration, etc.

Lawyer Referral Service 1175 East Garvey Avenue, Suite 105 Covina, CA 91724
Provide referrals to attorneys in the San Gabriel Valley area. First consultation is $35. Free for personal injury, social security, malpractice, and worker’s compensation.

Legal Aid Foundation of L.A. (800) 399-4LAW
Provide civil legal services to low income people in Los Angeles

Maynard Toll Family Law in Pro Per Counseling Center Los Angeles Superior Court, Dept. 8, Room 245 111 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA 90012
Volunteer counselors, attorneys, paralegals, and students

Mental Health Advocacy Services 1336 Wilshire Boulevard, 2nd floor Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 484-1628
Provides fee legal advocacy services to mentally and developmentally disabled individuals.

Ombudsman (800) 334-9473 San Gabriel Valley (626) 294-0123
A patient's rights advocacy program which investigates complaints for individuals in licensed care facilities (e.g. board and cares, skilled nursing homes, and retirement homes).

Patient's Rights Office, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health 550 South Vermont Avenue, 5th floor

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Los Angeles, CA 90020 (213) 738-4888 (800) 700-9996
Protects and furthers the rights of mental health care clients. Provides representation and advocacy for mental health consumers. Handles complaints, represents consumers at probable cause and medication capacity hearings, provides education and training, and participates in the legislative process.

Protection and Advocacy, Inc. 100 Howe Street, Suite 185N Sacramento, CA 95825 (800) 776-5746 Los Angeles (213) 427-8747
Federally mandated non-profit organization established to protect and advocate for the humane, civil, and service rights of Californians with developmental and mental disabilities. Gives information and materials about legal rights.

Public Counsel 601 S. Ardmore Ave. Los Angeles, CA (213) 385 – 2977
Provides Advocacy services for clients having difficulties with DPSS.

Small Claims Court Advisor Program (213) 974-9759
Provides free information and assistance to the public on the small claims court process.

Mental Health Outpatient Services For a listing of individual psychologists and psychiatrists go to:
http://dmhweb/

and click on fee for service providers ACT Counseling Center 739 Walnut St. Ste 205
Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 568 – 3360 Outpatient services, family counseling Sliding Scale Fees

Arcadia Mental Health Center 330 East Live Oak Avenue Arcadia, CA 91006 (626) 821-5858
Provides crisis evaluation and assessment, psychiatric medication, case management, psychosocial rehabilitation services, referrals and individual and group psychotherapy for adults.

Asian Pacific Family Center 9353 East Valley Boulevard Rosemead, CA 91770 (626) 287-2988

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Multi-language capacity for Asian clients who have mental disorders or emotional and behavioral disturbances. Services include assessment, individual/group/family counseling, medication services, psychosocial rehabilitation activities and case management.

Center for Integrated Family Health 560 S. San Jose Ave Covina, CA 91723 (626) 967 – 5103
Adult and child therapy. Family counseling.

Citrus Counseling and Therapy Group 4960 North Grand Avenue Covina, CA 91724 (626) 967-7585
Individual and family counseling, domestic violence classes, specialized group counseling, and substance abuse counseling. PPO insurance, private pay, and sliding scale.

Family Counseling Services of West San Gabriel Valley 314 East Mission Drive San Gabriel, CA 91776 (626) 285-2139
Individual, group, family, child, and marital counseling. English and Spanish languages.

Fuller Psychological and Family Services 180 North Oakland Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 584-5555
A teaching mental health clinic and counseling center associated with Fuller Psychological Seminary's School of Psychology. Individual, couples, family, and group therapy provided, as well as psycholicl testing, learning disability assessment, and inhome/telephone services for the disabled. Services are based on a sliding fee.

La Puente Valley Community Mental Health Center 160 South 7th Avenue La Puente, CA 91744 (626) 961-8971
Comprehensive mental health services for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness to include individual, family, group therapy, medication, and day treatment.

Pacific Clinics 909 South Fair Oaks Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 (877) 722-2737 call center (626) 795-8471
www.pacificclinics.org Comprehensive mental health services for children and adults and older adults, offered at a multitude of satellite offices including Pasadena, Monrovia, Glendora, West Covina, El Monte, Rosemead, Irwindale, Rowland Heights, and Santa Fe Springs.

Pasadena Mental Health Association

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1495 North Lake Avenue Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 798-0907
http://www.pmhc.org Individual, couples, and family counseling. Sliding scale.

P.L.A.N. (Planned Lifetime Assistance Network) 1336 Wilshire, 2nd floor Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 413-1130
Private case management and trust administration for people with severe mental illness

Santa Anita Family Service 605 South Myrtle Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 359-9358 Tri-City Mental Health Center 2008 North Garey Avenue Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-6131

716 North Citrus Avenue Covina, CA 91723 (626) 966-1755

Individual, group, family counseling, and drug abuse treatment.

Comprehensive mental health services to children and adults with mental health problems.

Specialized Mental Health Services AB34 Pacific Clinics
Intensive case management services for adults with a major psychiatric disorder who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless, or coming from jail. http://www.pacificclinics.org/

Mental Health Consumer Resources Client Coalition 3160 W. Sixth Street Los Angeles, CA 90020 (213) 637-2371
Political and social support group for mental health clients/consumers. Focuses on legislative/policy-making activities, support, and self-advocacy for mental health consumers. Meets monthly at the Department of Mental Health.

Project Return: The Next Step 1336 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 413-1130
Network of self-help clubs run by consumers throughout Los Angeles County. Clubs meet at various locations on a weekly or biweekly basis. Consumers plan and participate in activities and outings.

Recovery, Inc. (213) 651-2170

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Self-help groups for helping people manage all types of emotional symptoms, fears, or anger. Various meeting locations and times. Call for meeting list and information.

Mental Health Support Groups Alliance for the Mentally Ill (AMI) For referrals to local meeting within LA County: 213-413-1622 For referrals to AMI chapters nationwide: (800) 950-6264 For referrals to Siblings and Adult Children's Support Groups: (310) 396-0135
http://www.nami.org/

AMI - Bienestar Familiar (Spanish-Speaking) 2112 S. Garey Avenue Suite C Pomona, CA 91766 (909) 591-6773 AMI - Pomona Valley Claremont Presbyterian Churhc 1111 North Mountain Avenue Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 624-6367

AMI - East San Gabriel Valley First United Methodist Church Corner of Glendora Avenue and Hill Street La Puente, CA 91744 (626) 337-7439 AMI- La Puente (Spanish-Speaking) La Alianza para Los Enfermos Mentales 160 S. 7th Avenue La Puente, CA 91745 (310) 949-8455 or (626) 961-8971 West San Gabriel Valley NAMI 909 S. Fair Oaks Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 577-6697

1041 E. Foothill Blvd. Glendora, CA 91741 (626) 355-7761

AMI/NAMI groups provides a positive support group and educational forum for families and loved ones of people diagnosed with mental illness. Depressive/Manic Depressive Association Glendale Adventist Hospital Class Room 1 in Psychiatric Unit 1509, Wilson Terr. Contact Doris: (323) 662-5564

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Family/Friends of Murder Victims P.O. Box 1385 Alta Loma, CA 91701-4762 (909) 987-9805
Provides info, support, and friendship to those who have experienced the murder of a loved one and also to those who are victims of attempted murder.

Gay/Lesbian Support Group (909) 624-6134
A support group for parents, families, and friends of lesbians and gays, and for gays and lesbians themselves.

Rational Recovery (909) 275-8275
Educational self-help groups that emphasize each person's ability to change and recover from chemical or food addictions by refuting irrational thinking. Program teaches members how to defeat their addictive thinking and remain abstinent.

SHARE! 5521 Grosvebor Marina Del Rey, CA 90066 (310) 305-8878
Organizations providing a meeting place for self-help and recovery groups. Has database of 7,000 self-help groups.

12 Step Programs Adult Children of Alcoholics Al-Anon (Family Support) Alcoholics Anonymous Anorexia & Bulimia Anonymous Cocaine Anonymous Codependents Anonymous Overeaters Anonymous Debtors Anonymous Emotional Health Anonymous Families Anonymous Gambler's Anonymous Marijuana Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous Parents Anonymous Sex Anonymous Suiciders Anonymous Survivor's of Incest Anonymous Grief Support Groups

(310) 534-1815 (818) 760-7122 (213) 939-4343 ( (310) 216-4444 (818) 906-6608 (310) 837-5773 (310) 855-8752 (626) 287-6260 (818) 989 -7841 (213) 386-8789 (800) 766-6779 (626) 359-0084 (800) 352-0386 (818) 990-6910 (714) 778-1000 (562) 806-7270

Citrus Valley Hospice Support for adults, adolescents, and children 820 Phillips Ave. West Covina, Ca

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(626) 859-2263 Hospice of Pasadena Grief support group through Huntington Hospital (626) 397-3600 San Gabriel Valley Medical Center “Living though Loss” support group 218 S. Santa Anita St. San Gabriel, Ca (626) 570-6627 Tri-City Mental Health “Cloud Break” group for adults 2008 N. Garey Ave Ste 2A Pomona, Ca (909) 623-6131

Mental Health Warm Line Friendship Line (888) 488-9777 (toll-free)
Non-crisis peer telephone support for mental health consumers in Los Angeles county. The service is available 6 to 10 pm, 365 days a year. A project of Project Return: The Next Step.

Older Adult Services Adult Protective Services After Hours Elder Abuse Hotline General Information Senior Citizens Information and Assistance Social Security/Retirement Benefits Arcadia Community Center 365 Campus Drive Arcadia, CA 91006 (626) 574-5130
Information and referrals, health screenings and education, assistance with Medicare, insurance, social security, and other government benefits, daily lunches, weekly dances, travel, and social clubs.

(213) 351-5401 (800) 992-1660 (213) 738-2600 (213) 738-4004 (800) 772-1213

California Registry (800) 777-7575
Nursing home referrals

Community and Senior Services 2120 Foothill Boulevard, Suite 115

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La Verne, CA 91750 (909) 593-7511
A variety of services for seniors in La Verne, Claremont, Pomona, and San Dimas, to include day activities for seniors, respite care for families, companions for seniors, transportation programs, and enrichment centers.

Duarte Senior Center 1610 Huntington Drive Duarte, CA 91010 (626) 357-3513
Lunches, recreational activities, physical fitness classes, adult education classes, and assistance with social security, medical health, taxes, and Alzheimer’s referrals.

El Centro de Accion Social 37 East Del Mar Boulevard Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 792-3148
ESL for seniors and other senior programs.

GENESIS (Geriatric Evaluation Networks Encompassing Services Information Support) 320 West Temple Street, 15th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 974-7770
Mobile health and mental health services to adults age 60 and over that need either in-home or community-based services to live safely in the community. Telephone consultation to professionals and agencies, information and referrals, mobile geriatric interdisciplinary team, mental health counseling, and comprehensive health/mental health assessment.

Huntington East Valley Hospital Older Adult Program Glendora (626) 335-0231
Psychiatric inpatient and partial hospitalization program for older adults with psychiatric problems. Transportation provided.

Huntington Senior Care Network (800) 664-4664
Information and referral and in-home case management for seniors and individuals with disabilities.

Joselyn Senior Centers Claremont: 2 sites 660 North Mountain Avenue Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 399-5488

440 South College Claremont, CA 91711

Full course lunches to people 60 plus and their spouses; recreational activities; blood pressure screening; physical fitness classes; and information and referrals

Covina 815 North Barranca Avenue Covina, CA 91723 (626) 966-6378

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Joselyn Senior Centers provide full course lunches to people 60 plus and their spouses, recreational activities, physical fitness classes, information and referrals, adult school classes, assistance with social security, taxes, Medicare and Medi-Cal, and blood pressure screening

La Fetra Senior Center 333 East Foothill Boulevard Glendora, CA 91741 (626) 914-8235 Mailing Address: Community Services 116 East Foothill Boulevard Glendora, CA 91741
Recreational activities, exercise classes, case management, educational and informational services, and a nutrition program.

La Verne Community Center 3680 “D” Street La Verne, CA 91750 (909) 596-8776
Senior services.

Live Oak Park 10144 Bogue Street Temple City, CA 91780 (626) 579-0461
Activities for seniors.

Monrovia Community Center 119 West Palm Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 256-8246 Pacific Clinics Older Adult Services Mental health outpatient services available in Pasadena, Monrovia, and Santa Fe Springs. Services available are: Assessment, home visits, individual and group counseling, medication evaluation and management, and peer counseling. Medicare, medi-cal, private insurance and private pay. (877) 722-2737 San Dimas Senior Center 201 East Bonita Avenue San Dimas, CA 91773 (909) 394-6290
Recreational activities, writer’s workshop, dances, bereavement groups, health screening, and a weekly lunch program.

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Senior Helpline (909) 596-1111 Provides information on services such as social programs, health care, senior centers, employment, and housing Santa Anita Family Services 605 South Myrtle Avenue Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 359-9358
Case management, in-home service registry, shared housing and apartment referrals, blood pressure clinics, and volunteer training and opportunities.

Senior Property Tax Deferment Program (800) 952-5661 UCLA Geriatric Psychiatric Program (310) 825-8441
Geriatric mental health assessment and treatment.

Walnut Senior Center 21215 La Puente Road Walnut, CA 91789 (909) 598-6200 West Covina Senior Citizens Center 2501 East Cortez Street West Covina, CA 91791 (626) 331-5366 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1440 West Covina, CA 91791
Information and referrals, lunches, assistance with medical, financial, legal and educational services, recreational activities, and telephone reassurance

YWCA Intervale Senior Services 1647-49 West Garvey Avenue, North West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 960-3773
"Urgency case management" services to seniors in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys, providing crisis intervention and crisis case management, emergency home delivered meals, outreach and information/referral services. Targets frail, low-income seniors who need emergency assistance and services to achieve a more stable level of functioning.

Partial Hospitalization Programs BHC Hospital Partial Hospital Program

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4619 N. Rosemead Boulevard Rosemead, CA 91770 (626) 286-1191
http://www.bhcalhambra.com/ Adult partial hospitalization program, Monday through Friday 9 am - 3pm. Transportation provided.

Della Martin Center 760 S. Pasadena Pasadena, CA 91109 (626) 397-2340
http://www.huningtonhospital.com/body.cfm?id=3727 Adult partial hospitalization program.

Glendale Adventist Partial Hospitalization Program 335 Mission Road Glendale (818) 409-800
http://www.glendaleadventist.com/pages/services/behavioral_medicine.html Adult partial hospitalization program.

Huntington Memorial Hospital 100 West California Boulevard Pasadena, CA 91109 (626) 397-2324 (800) 310-9855
http://www.huntingtonhospital.com/body.cfm?id=3727 Adult acute inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, outpatient and partial hospitalization program, and chemical dependency group education.

I-CAN 155 North Madison Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 577-2261 or (626) 440-9891
Day rehabilitation, vocational training, and case management for adults with persistent mental health problems. Family group sessions and transition age youth programs.

Las Encinas Hospital Pasadena (626) 795-9901
http://www.lasencinashospital.com/default.asp
Partial hospitalization program for adults with mental illness.

Optimum Care Behavioral Health Services (800) 331-COPE (2673)
Adult partial hospitalization program.

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Public Social Services, Department of 12860 Crossroads Parkway South City of Industry, CA 91746 (562) 908-8400 Internet Home Page: http://www.co.la.ca.us/dpss
Provides services to residences in need of financial assistance to meet their basic needs for food, housing, child care, in-home care and/or medical assistance. Able-bodied adults are provided a variety of services to help them become employed and achieve economic self-sufficiency as quickly as possible.

CalWORKS Information Child Medi-Cal Enrollment Project Disaster Services GAIN Child Care General Relief Voucher Complaints GRE JOB PREP Program IHSS Application IHSS Ombudsman Long Term Care Ombudsman Public Inquiry and Case Complaint El Monte District Office 3405 Rio Hondo Boulevard El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 562-5500 Pasadena District Office 955 North Lake Street Pasadena, CA 91104 (626) 791-6302 Pomona District Office 2040 West Holt Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 397-7908

(888) 393-5327 (877) 597-4777 (800) 980-4990 (800) 741-8621 (800) 225-0905 (888) 386-8288 (888) 944-IHSS (888) 678-4477 (800) 231-4024 (562) 908-8333

Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Services Project Sister P.O. Box 621 Claremont, CA 91711

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(909) 623-1619 (909) 622-8389 fax (909) 626-HELP or (626) 966-4155 24-hour hotline Internet Home Page: http://www.projectsister.org
Serves Claremont, Diamond Bar, and Pomona

Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women (LACAAW) 605 West Olympic Boulevard, Suite 400 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213) 955-9090 (213) 626-3393 or (310) 392-8381 24-hour hotline
http://www.lacaaw.org/home.html Free, county-wide domestic violence and sexual assault hotline, individual and group counseling for women and their children, hospital, police, and court accompaniment, and community education.

Transportation ACCESS Services Incorporated P.O. Box 71684 Los Angeles, CA 90071 (800) 827-0829 Customer Service (800) 883-1295 Reservation Line
Low-cost door-to-door transportation for severely disabled persons and senior citizens of Los Angeles County. Call Customer Service for an application. An in-person interview is required to determine eligibility.

Foothill Transit (800) 743-3463
http://www.foothilltransit.org/index.shtm

Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) 1 Gateway Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 922-6000 General Information (800) COM-MUTE MTA/Metrolink Public Transportation Route Information
http://www.mta.net/

Utility Discounts Gas Company Weatherization Program of the Southern California Gas Company (800) 331-7593
Applies to households of four or less with an annual income of $24,000 and if head of household is 60 plus or disabled with an annual income of $32,700

GTE - Universal Life-Line Services

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(800) 483-4000
Discounted rate for telephone service for low-income individuals

Home Energy Assistance Program
(323) 721-4162
Discounts on electricity for low-income individuals http://www.csd.ca.gov/LIHEAP.htm

Check services providers on website to determine number for your area

Pacific Bell - Universal Life-Line Services (800) 310-2355
Discounts for telephone service for low-income individuals

Veteran’s Services Department of Military and Veteran’s Affairs 1816 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213) 744-4841
Counsels veterans, their dependents and survivors regarding federal and state benefits such as compensation, pensions, disability, education, hospitalization, home loans, etc, and provides referrals concerning drug and alcohol abuse and post-traumatic stress disorders http://dmva.co.la.ca.us/

Field Office 1427 West Covina Parkway West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 813-3402
http://dmva.co.la.ca.us/office_location.htm (for more office locations)

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