Los Angeles Mission - Los Angeles, CA
303 East 5th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
: 213-629-1227 x305
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Description: We offer 180 emergency shelter beds for men and 196 combined transitional rehabilitation beds for men and women.
We provide both residential and emergency services to the community, including meals, showers, clothing, academic courses, employment workshops, job search assistance and referral services. Contact us at (213) 629-1227 for information.
Rehabilitation Residential Program
The rehabilitation program provides a host of services such as individual, family and conjoint counselling; Life Skill courses such as anger management, domestic violence, parenting and smoking cessation; discipleship and academic classes such as GED preparation, computer literacy, ESL, and tutoring; employment readiness workshops, job search assistance; group sessions; socialization; vocational training; transitional housing; psychiatric referrals and other relevant services to assist students in becoming contributing members of society.
Breakfast: 5:30 am
Lunch (Students & Staff): 11:00 am
Lunch (Spanish Language): 12:30 pm
Lunch (English Language): 1:00 pm
Dinner (Students & Staff): 4:30 pm
Dinner (Spanish Language): 7:30 pm
Dinner (English Language): 8:00 pm
Who to Contact
Program Intake Hours: Monday â€“ Friday 6:30 am to 8:30 pm
Program Intake Hours: Monday â€“ Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Volunteers Requests by Los Angeles Mission: Yes. Orientation is mandatory. It is held the first Saturday each month. Call for more details and volunteer opportunities or internships.
Donation Requests by Los Angeles Mission: Gift in kind always needed are canned food, boxed foods, meats, socks, underwear and hygiene products for men and women. Call for further inquiries.
Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-01
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