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Salvation Army Westwood Transitional Village

1401 S. Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA - 90025

Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 AM, Monday - Friday

The Westwood Transitional Village is a 40 unit residential housing facility that provides support services for homeless families. Families can spend up to two years at Westwood while they stabilize and acquire the skills needed for independent living.

Approximately 150 individuals live at The Village at all times; with families of veterans making up forty percent of the residential population, and two thirds of the total population being children.

The Village campus contains six buildings including 40 apartments, offices, a community center for support services, and a child care center for 18 month to 5 years olds. Support services are provided onsite by cooperating community organizations that provide counseling, education, recreation, and medical services to residents. Families are case managed until they reach a stage of self sufficiency and acquire a savings plan to allow them to live independently.

Call for an intake appointment. A referral is required from a case manager, shelter, social service agency, or other community contact. Required documentation includes picture ID and proof of income and verification of homelessness from a case manager, social worker, shelter or church program.

Veterans should contact the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration. Emancipated youth may apply online at

Families are required to pay rent that is 30% of their income, and also are required to put money into a mandatory savings account for their future housing needs.

Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Services provided:

Bridge Housing For Homeless People
Bridge Housing for Victims of Domestic Violence
Post Domestic Violence Shelter Housing
Second Stage Housing
Transitional Housing
Transitional Shelter
Transition in Place Transitional Housing Programs

Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

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  1. My family arrived 1-31-2022 we were told it’s a 6 month stay and they offer extensions upon entry. I informed them my husband was sick and my 3 year old too; the case manager claim to know a process to expedite my services, well let’s just say they are not properly informed on anything if you don’t come with services they don’t have any to offer, the apartments are infested with roaches and the meeting are a waste of time. I can’t tell you one successful lead they have given me, since entry they force you to look for housing that your income doesn’t support with the constant threat of kicking you out in 6 months to add more insult to injury they waited 3 months into my stay to apply for my family an emergency housing voucher and now served us a 30 day notice to get out. During my time here I had to travel to Compton to another center in Compton called volunteer of America for help they connected me to proper resources to help my family and even issued us gas cards clothing card and provided food, the people that claim to advocate for us aren’t knowledgeable on anything.

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  1. Mar 8, 2019Reply
    I stayed here and it was an amazing staff. I was not fond of the staff going through the donations before opening them to the homeless residence there. Other than that, this place was amazing!! Friendly and organized.

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