101 Resources Blog: Cash Only Living

Blogspot: 101 Resources If You Are Flat Broke, Homeless, Jobless, Etc.
Basics (identity, adress, bankaccount etc) – Food – Shelter, Special Situation (college student, disability, teenager, senior citizen, minority, homeless with childeren etc.) – Medical – Transportation – Income – Housekeeping – Long term fixes (Advice/tips) – Other Resources (salvation army).101 Resources if you are flat broke Living cash only and debt free

KFAM

KFAM (formerly known as Korean American Family Service Center)

Office Hours
Monday – Friday, 9:00AM – 5:30PM
(Saturday & Evening appointments
available upon request)

Telephone: (213) 389-6755
Fax: (213) 389-5172
E-mail: admin@kfamla.org

24-Hour Toll-Free Crisis Hotline: (888) 979-3800

Address
3727 West 6th Street, Suite 320
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(Corner of Harvard and 6th)

(KOREAN-Speaking Only)  Staff is bilingual.

http://kfamla.org/en

Our dedicated, skilled team of 19 bilingual, bicultural staff and 10 year-round volunteers serve over 7,000 adults and children each year. Our high quality, holistic services respond directly to the challenges among Korean American families undergoing trauma or adaptation and acculturation stresses. Our goal is to help build a community where children and adults are safe from violence, where parents are empowered to nurture healthy relationships and healthy children, and distressed individuals find recovery, hope and wellness.

KFAM offers parenting classes for self-referred clients and those who are mandated by the LA County Department of Child and Family Services or the Probation Department. Focusing on child development, family communication, discipline and family relationships, these courses teach parents valuable and practical skills on positive, constructive parenting.

KFAM is approved by the LA County Probation Office to run a 52-week Batterer’s Intervention Program for court-ordered clients to address their use of violence.

Sunrise Community Counseling Center

Website is in Spanish: http://www.centrode-rehabilitacion.com/servicios/

Sunrise Community Counseling Center (SCCC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has provided mental health, substance abuse treatment and psychosocial services for adults, family, youth and the homeless since 1976. This includes providing services for those who are mentally ill with dual diagnosis and counseling for perpetrators and victims of domestic violence and sexual offenses.  The Center caters to people who speak Spanish.

537 S. Alvarado St.
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Tel: (213) 207-2770
Fax: (213) 207-2773
http://www.centrode-rehabilitacion.com/contactenos/

Southern California Indian Center

Southern California Indian Center

Serving the American Indian community of Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside Counties for 46 years, Southern California Indian Centers provides much needed support and assistance in the areas of Workforce Development, Education, Family Support, Multimedia Training, and much more.

Southern California Indian Center’s Mission Statement

Southern California Indian Center, Inc. (SCIC) goals are to promote social and economic self-sufficiency for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian people. To achieve these goals, SCIC’s objectives are:

  • To promote, foster and encourage programs for the general welfare, education and social benefit of our people;
  • To establish and maintain education, cultural, economic and recreational programs for our people;
  • To eliminate barriers of discrimination of race, religion and gender;
  • To educate and broaden the knowledge of the American public on American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian people’s issue and culture, regarding our positive contributions to society as a people

 

SCIC’s human service delivery system strives to meet the needs of the American Indian community and provide services for the urban Indian population in this area. SCIC has a staff of 35 with master’s level counselors, educators, and managers. Board members and staff also serve on standing committees and put on an annual Pow Wow as a major fundraiser for the year. The annual Pow Wow is one of the largest Pow Wows on the West Coast and provides additional funds for service programs for American Indians. With over 30,000 attendees, the Pow Wow helps to distribute information about services available to the American Indian community. For more information, contact SCIC:

3440 Wilshire Blvd., #904
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Phone: (213) 387-5772
Fax: (213) 387-9061
http://indiancenter.org/index.html

Access California Services– Arab/Muslim Concentration

http://www.accesscal.org/

This organization provides various services toward accessing services throughout Los Angeles and also provides assistance in transportation, filling out DMV forms, among other things!

  • Access California Services is a culturally oriented community-based organization dedicated to empowering the under-served Arab-American and Muslim-American communities, enhancing their quality of life and increasing their self-determination through direct services, referrals and/or enrollment in community and government assistance programs.
  • Office Hours:
    Monday – Friday
    9:00am – 5:00pm
    Excluding official and religious holidays
  • Mailing Address:
    Access California Services
    631 S Brookhurst St, Ste 107
    Anaheim, CA 92804
  • Telephone:
    714-917-0440
    1-800-287-1332
    714-917-0441 (Fax)
  • E-mail:
    info@accesscal.org