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Our House

Our House Grief Support Center – The Saul Brandman Center

OUR HOUSE grief support center provides the community with grief support services, education and resources. Since 1993 OUR HOUSE has helped thousands of grieving children, teens and adults as they embark upon their journeys to healing. Support groups and other programs are offered for children ages 4 to 18 years. Group fees are based on a sliding scale. No one is ever turned away due to an inability to pay.

The nonsectarian, nonprofit organization has over 100 professionally trained and supervised volunteers. They also offer grief training for mental health clinicians, the clergy, school personnel and medical and hospice professionals.

WEST LOS ANGELES
1663 Sawtelle Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Ph: (310) 473-1511
Fax: (310) 473-1515

WOODLAND HILLS
21860 Burbank Blvd., Suite 195, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Ph: (818) 222-3344
Fax: (818) 222-3392

www.ourhouse-grief.org

GROUPS:

You will be placed in a group that is age and relationship specific.

OUR HOUSE Grief Support offers groups for:

  • Adults who have experienced the death of a partner or spouse
  • Parents who have experienced the death of a son or daughter
  • Adults who have experienced the death of a mother or father
  • Siblings who have experienced the death of a brother or sister
  • General Grief– Adults who have experienced the death of a friend or relative
  • Children who have experienced the death of a Parent
  • General Grief- Children who have experienced the death of a friend or relative

Aging and Elder Resources

Elder and Aging:

Alzheimer’s Association of Los Angeles – Southland Chapter

Locations

Los Angeles
Headquarters

4221 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 400
Los Angeles, CA 90010
323.938.3379
East Los Angeles
Service Center
133 North Sunol Dr, Ste 237
Los Angeles, CA 90063
323.881.0574
San Fernando Valley
Service Center

21515 Vanowen St, Ste 120
Canoga Park, CA 91303
818.830.8590
Coachella Valley
Service Center
69730 Highway 111, Ste 100
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760.328.6767
Inland Empire
Service Center

9213 Archibald Ave
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
909.944.9680

 

LeadingAge California
(916) 392-5111

LeadingAge California is the leading advocate for quality nonprofit senior living and care in the state. The public-interest association represents more than 640 nonprofit providers of aging services – including affordable housing, continuing care retirement communities, assisted living, skilled nursing, and home and community-based care – that collectively serve more than 100,000 seniors.

California Department of Aging
800.510.2020
http://officeonaging.ocgov.com/about/departments

 

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles

Please see below for referrals for low-cost or free court-approved sites to meet court-order requirements:

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
6505 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 500
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 761-8800
http://www.jfsla.org/

At the Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, the focus of court-ordered counseling may include marital problems, family communication, parenting skills, parent-child conflict, adjustments of childhood or adolescence, step-parenting, divorce, aging, grief and bereavement, career concerns, life transitions, being single, postpartum depression and post-disaster trauma. The focus of group counseling depends upon the client’s needs and includes group parenting skills when needed.

Mid-Wilshire Campus
3721 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90018
(323) 732-0153

At the Mid-Wilshire Campus, parenting-skill development is divided into specific classes for court-ordered individuals, parents of adolescents, parents of children with disabilities and/or special needs, parents of elementary school-aged children and parents of toddlers. Class materials and lesson plans focus on issues related to these target groups. Separate programs are provided for parents of infants and preschoolers through the expectant/new parents assistance program. The Roosevelt-Bilingual Community Adult School does not have parenting classes for court-ordered individuals, but it does have a general parenting skills development class.

Parent Education prepares parents to apply proven methods in assuring their children’s academic and personal development. Parents are provided with a variety of learning opportunities within a supportive educational environment that may include the children’s participation. Over 50 developmentally structured, topic-focused Parent Education courses are offered.