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Day Labor Program & Resource Center - Downtown/Fashion District

  • Day Labor Program & Resource Center - Downtown/Fashion District

    121 E. Pico Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90015
    Phone: (213) 747-2064
    Hours: 7 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday
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L.A. County Service Provider Area: 4

The Day Labor Resource Centers Program in the City of Los Angeles is a public safety program, which allows persons seeking casual labor work to safely congregate and be matched with employers seeking temporary workers.
The Day Labor Resource Center program provides fixed hiring centers in selected areas of the City where persons participating in the casual labor force can safely congregate to solicit employment from residents and businesses seeking day labor. A Day Labor Resource Center provides a safe space away from traffic and busy streets, decreasing the potential for an accident and provides basic amenities to day laborers such as water, coffee, bread, lavatories, waste disposal, benches and shade. There are no fees to employers or day laborers to utilize the services at any site.

Population Served: Single Adults, Immigrants
Resource Categories: Work