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Community Resources

COVID-19 Resources

These resources provide a list of available Financial resources, Food resources, Health resources, Homelessness resources, Senior resources, School Education resources, additional COVID-19 resources.

For additional resources, call 2-1-1

  • 211 L.A County is the central source for providing information and referrals for all health and human services in L.A County.  
  • 2-1-1 phone line is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, with trained Community Resource Advisor prepared to offer help with any situation, any time.

If you are calling from outside L.A County or cannot directly dial 2-1-1, call 1(800) 339-6993.

 

Financial / Financiero

Food / Comida

Health / Salud

Homelessness / Sin Hogar

Seniors / Mayores De Edad

School Education / Educación Escolar

Other Resources

General Community Resources

Department of Social Services Resources

The Department of Social Services is a California state agency that is responsible for many social safety-net programs, including applications for food stamps, cash aid, general relief (GR), Medi-Cal, and in-home support services.

Social Security Resources

The United States Social Security Administration administers Social Security and social insurance programs consisting of retirement, disability, and survivors’ benefits.

Domestic Violence Resources

These are services for domestic violence victims and their families, including advocacy (support), crisis intervention, legal assistance, case management, assistance with shelter placement, and referrals to counseling. 

Eating Disorder Resources

These resources are intended for people suffering from various eating disorders, such as anorexia (fear of eating to avoid weight gain), binge eating, bulimia (eating a great deal and then vomiting to avoid weight gain), compulsive eating, or overeating.

Employment Resources

These resources can help with job listings, job skills, interview skills, job search techniques, unemployment benefits, and placement assistance.

Family-Based Resources

Family-based resources offer a variety of educational, family, child, and youth services that may include counseling, recreation, after-school activities, classes and ESL (English as a second language) classes.

Food Resources

These resources include food banks, food pantries, and hot meals within your local community. Call selected food distribution centers because dates, times, and locations frequently change.

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Homeless Resources

Homeless resources are walk-in overnight emergency shelters. Some shelters offer support services, case management, meals, showers and housing referrals.

Immigration and Refugee Resources

These resources provide essential services to immigrants and newcomers to this country. These include legal services that deal with immigration and refugee policies that protect family unity and allow an opportunity to contribute and participate more fully in our communities. 

Legal Resources

Legal resources may include assistance in preparing legal forms and guidance on a variety of civil matters, including evictions, child custody, divorces, domestic violence, paternity actions, and civil harassment (violence or threats of violence from someone you don’t have a close relationship with). 

Medical Resources

Medical resources include community healthcare clinics, public health centers, women’s health services, dental services, and vision services.

Mental Health Resources

These resources provide comprehensive and appropriate mental health services to Los Angeles County. These services include crisis helplines, crisis response teams, urgent care centers, and mental health centers.

Sexual Assault Resources

These resources serve people who have witnessed or been the victim of a sexual crime. They include hotlines, outpatient services, and support groups.

Substance Abuse Resources

These resources include community assessment service centers, medical detoxification treatment centers, methadone programs, residential drug and alcohol programs, treatment programs for pregnant women and women with children, outpatient treatment programs, tobacco cessation (stopping smoking or chewing tobacco) programs, sober-living programs, and sober living for parents with children.

Subsidized Transportation Resources

These resources provide transportation assistance programs that offer reduced cost for seniors, people with disabilities, and students.