Bell Shelter - Salvation Army - Bell, CA

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5600 Rickenbacker Rd
Bell, CA 90201
: 323-263-1206
: www.salvationarmy-socal.org/southern-california/BellShelter

REVIEWS: 1

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    2018-04-28 03:33:38
    As anywhere, you will find nice staff and not so nice. It's a shelter and just having a roof over your head is great. The meals are not that good, but some is edible. Bed bugs are a huge problem ,but I suppose that most shelters have them. Security, well...that depends on the staff. Neal...is one for sure that selects who gets checked upon entrance and who doesn't. ..making this dangerous for some of us. I've seen drunk woman in bed areas. Many things can use corrections, but I am grateful to have a place to sleep. I have to travel 12 miles( each way) .up to three times a wk for mental health services. Beggars can't be choosers.

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Description: one of the largest homeless shelters in the nation- Operates a comprehensive program that offers transitional care for up to 350 homeless men and women. The goal of Bell Shelter is to meet the needs of the homeless population by addressing the reasons why people become homeless and assisting them in developing a higher quality of life through independence.

Services:

Case Management - All client's see a case manager weekly
Supportive and Transitional Housing to help with a client's reintegration into society
Individual and Group Counseling - Psychological help is provided through a collaboration with ENKI mental health services
Licensed 128 bed drug and alcohol program - Client's receive treatment in a social model recovery center
Back on Track program - Client's address the emotional and psychological barriers to escaping homelessness and learn to overcome them
Alternate sentencing for non-violent offenders
Job Search Assistance - This program assists homeless clients procure meaningful employment
Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program - Provides employment linkages for homeless veterans
On site adult education classes offered through Los Angeles Unified School District - These classes lead to a General Education Diploma (GED), computer competency, HIV/AIDS awareness and/or a security guard certificate.
Mobile Medial Services - Available to clients at Bell Shelter three or four times per week.

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Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2017-06-14


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