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Los Angeles Homeless Nonprofit Organizations



PATH


PATH's mission is to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities. PATH envisions a world where every person has a home. Our values include creative collaborations, strategic leadership, empowerment for all, and passionate commitment.



PATH



 

 

 

Union Rescue Mission


Union Rescue Mission is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring the lives of the homeless and poor in Los Angeles by seeking to empower them to break the cycle of poverty and become self-sufficient. Union Rescue Mission is one of the oldest and largest missions of its kind in the United States and the oldest in Los Angeles. Nutritious meals, hot showers, warm beds, clothing, shoes, haircuts, a safe place, and a listening ear are a few of the things URM offers men, women and children everyday. Our priority is to meet basic needs, and to assist in finding ways for one to get back on their feet.

Union Rescue Mission



 

 

 

Weingart Center Association


WCA's transitional residential programs go beyond the emergency shelter approach by providing housing along with comprehensive wrap-around services including case management and other treatment services. Case management includes: orientation, individualized needs assessment, client plan development and tracking, coordination of services, advocacy, referrals, group meetings, and other related services. All programs require clients to save at least 75% of their income. 

Weingart Center Association



 

 

 

Downtown Women's Shelter


The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women.



Downtown Women's Shelter


 
 
 

UBH provides homeless families with housing and supportive services to suit their specific needs. Our programs are designed to empower homeless parents and their children to obtain housing stability, build healthy relationships, and enjoy emotional and financial well-being. A team of professional staff offers an array of services in housing, employment and evidence-based, trauma-informed care to over 200 families annually. We provide our program services in Santa Monica, Culver City, Compton and South Los Angeles.



Upward Bound House



 
 
 

For over 34 years Shelter Partnership has provided donated new goods to an established network of over 300 non-profit agencies and schools serving people experiencing homelessness and poverty in Los Angeles County. Shelter Partnership accepts donations of new products that might otherwise end up in landfills and distributes them at no cost to the agencies in our network. Repurposing items no longer useful to a company gives the product a second life while helping the community. Shelter Partnership is responding to the current crisis by providing agencies with essential supplies like emergency blankets, diapers, clothing, and socks to give to their clients.



Shelter Partnership



 
 
 

Their mission is to lead positive systemic change that strengthens Los Angeles communities. They envision a future where all Angelenos have the opportunity to contribute to the productivity, health and well-being of our region. They believe that our common fate will be determined by how successfully we improve the quality of life for all of our residents. The impact they help create is of, by and for Los Angeles, because the community is our foundation.



California Community Foundation



 
 
 

Their mission is rooted in empowering families grappling with homelessness, ushering them towards a life of independence through the transition into permanent housing and stable employment. Home Again Los Angeles believe that a solid foundation of a safe home and a steady income are pivotal stepping stones towards self-sufficiency and a dignified life. Their approach is collaborative, drawing on the strength, generosity, and commitment of our community to rally around these families in need.



Home Again Los Angeles