Center Theatre Group 601 W Temple St, Los Angeles, CA90012 The Center Theatre Group is a non-profit group that holds performances at the Ahmanson Theatre, the Mark Taper Forum and…More the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Performances have included "Mary Poppins," "Anything Goes" and "Red." Artistic director Michael Ritchie has started multiple theatre programs for area youth.
Internal Revenue Service 300 N Los Angeles St, Los Angeles, CA90012 The Internal Revenue Service is the federal body whose responsibility is to collect and assess taxes for individuals,…More businesses, non-profits and corporations in the United States of America. It provides all necessary forms and documentations through its website.
Salvation Army 2737 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90026 Salvation Army is a well-known non-profit organization that works to raise awareness and help the tens of millions of…More Americans living in poverty. This particular branch is a transition housing residence. It also provides emergency shelter, family counseling and youth services such as day care and latchkey programs.
Levitt & Quinn Family Law Center 1557 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90026 Levitt & Quinn Family Law Center, a non-profit legal service, assists low-income families with family law issues.…More Its services include attorney consultations and court representation.
Metro Assembly-Los Angeles 626 Coronado Ter, Los Angeles, CA90026 Reverand Julian Toriz grew up in East L.A. and started running with a local gang by the time he was 12. Later in his…More teens, however, he found God and turned, as he puts it, "from a life of crime to a life of purpose." Ever since he has served as not only a religious and community leader but as a mentor to local youth and families by founding the non-profit organization Metro Kidz and Metro Assembly - Los Angeles, an Assembly of God church.
Los Angeles Family School 2646 Griffith Park Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90039 Los Angeles Family School is non-profit school for children ages 2 to 6. LAFS is a progressive pre-school that…More encourages parent participation and a rich community among families, teachers and children. Children learn thoughtfulness for others, problem solving skills and the components of peaceful conflict resolution; imagination and creativity are encouraged.
Children's Institute, Inc. - Otis Booth Campus 2121 W Temple St, Los Angeles, CA90026 The Otis Booth Campus is headquarters for the Children's Institute. The Children's Institute is a non-profit…More organization that works to treat and prevent childhood trauma including abuse, neglect, violence and domestic violence. The Otis Booth Campus is open to children and their families and offers many services and support programs.
The Neighborhood Nursery School 2700 Tesla Ave, Los Angeles, CA90039 The Neighborhood Nursery School is a non-profit cooperative institution for children. The Neighborhood Nursery…More School offers a cirriculum focusing on developing children's ability self-confidence, problem solving skills, emotional self control amongst a variety of others. The Neighborhood Nursery School has an extensive admissions' screening involving lacement tests and character analysis' of prospective students.
Bienvenidos Childrens Center 316 W 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA90012 With more than a dozen location in California, Bienvenidos Children's Center is approaching its 25th year serving the…More community as a non-profit organization. It is focused on kids and families, offering community services as well as foster care services. It also helps with the rehabilitation of children victims of crimes, kids with mental health issues and supervised parental visitations.
Chinatown Service Center 521 W Cesar E Chavez Ave, Los Angeles, CA90012 Chinatown Service Center is a children's service center, focusing on Chinese-American health and human services. …More It is the largest of its kind in Southern California. As a non-profit organization, its goal is to better improve the health and quality of life for all members, as well as economic opportunities for Chinese immigrants and all other communities.
Out of the Closet 1724 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90026 Out of the Closet is a popular thrift store with locations throughout California. Self-billed as "the world's most…More fabulous thrift store", its main mission is to benefit the gay community. As a non-profit, all proceeds go towards an AIDS healthcare foundation. Another invaluable service the store offers is free HIV testing, no questions asked, as well as Jeans For Life, where you can mail your old jeans in — even if you live in the middle of nowhere — and the profits will benefit HIV/AIDS research. This store offers standard thrift shop fare of mainly clothing and furniture. Be sure to peruse the Sale Tag racks where red- tagged items sell for only $1.
Machine Project 1200 N Alvarado St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Machine Project is a non-profit community store front utilized in promoting the awareness of the advances in all…More forms of Art. Located on the very north end of Alvarado street in Echo Park near Dodger Stadium, the business offers an eclectic mix of art in all its forms from paintings, statues, technology, abstract and where it's headed. Machine Project promotes a lot of local artists but also world renown artist as well.
Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center 1891 Effie St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center, a non-profit, treats adolescents and adults with both in-patient…More residential and outpatient service. Its in-patient programs include one-on-one, group therapy and around the clock monitoring and utilizes a multidisciplinary treatment plan. The hospital itself contains 28 adolescent beds and 27 adult beds. The outpatient program is designed for adolescents between the ages of 13 and 18 and its services include crisis prevention, substance abuse and psychiatric evaluation of maladies such as depression, eating disorders and post-traumatic stress.
El Centro Del Pueblo 1157 Lemoyne St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Established in 1974 as a non-profit community service agency, El Centro del Pueblo's mission is to provide…More social services to improve the quality of life for families of Echo Park, Temple-Beaudry, Silverlake, Pico-Union and the Elysian Valley. Located on Sunset Boulevard, El Centro provides job training, family preservation, child abuse and neglect intervention, emergency services, youth counseling, behavior change outreach, alcoholism prevention and AIDS prevention among other services to the local community.
Central City Action Committee is a non-profit program where minority youth can work in their community. Central…More City Action Committee spearheads a graffiti-abatement program funded by the City of Los Angeles; the graffiti is removed daily to instill a sense of pride in neighborhoods. </p>
<p>Central City Action Committee also provides social service referrals to families and tries to help the youth improve grades and gain self-sufficiency skills.</p>