GRCN Connecting Communities - Carson, CA

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17625 S Central Ave
Carson, CA 90746
: (888) 274-4913
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Description: GRCN is a non profit organization providing Adult Transitional living for Veterans. We provide a clean and sober quality home is west Los Angeles with multiple services based on the need of each individual.

Case Management:
Veterans in the program work in a collaborative partnership with case managers to form an individualized case plan. Accountability, progress in achieving case plan goals, and abiding by program rules are cornerstones to continuation in the program.

On-Site Chemical Dependency Services:
Veterans in the program have access to individual and group chemical dependency services, including AA and NA groups. The program is a zero tolerance environment, with random drug and alcohol testing.

On-Site Mental Health Services:
Veterans in the program have access to mental health services to identify issues that need to be addressed and to develop a course of treatment. The treatment plan may include individual and/or group mental health services. Part of the treatment may include life skills training and community volunteer work.

On-Site Job Training Center
An on-site job center is available to veterans in the program, providing access to computers, Internet, e-mail, voicemail, and fax services.
Employment and training services are provided collaboratively by program staff, WorkSource, volunteers, community providers, and the local business community. Employment services include vocational guidance, job readiness skills, computer familiarity, computer-assisted job search, Internet and e-mail guidance, resume development, and job referrals.

We provide transportation for veterans in the program to case management related appointments. The facility is also located on bus lines in the greater Los Angeles Area.

Eligibility for Admission

Served in any branch of the US Armed Forces
Received an Honorable or General Under Honorable Discharge
Homeless for one or more nights
Clean and sober for at least the last 30 days
Desire to lead a clean and sober lifestyle
Desire to make meaningful life changes leading to independent living

Volunteers Requests by GRCN Connecting Communities: We welcome volunteers to come in and talk to our veterans who feel disconnected from society. And to assist in our out reach program.

Donation Requests by GRCN Connecting Communities: We are in need of clothing and another Van to transportation many of our veterans and to transport meal to veterans not living in our facility but on the streets.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-02

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