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The People Concern

  • The People Concern

    2116 Arlington Ave., Suite 100
    Administrative Headquarters
    Los Angeles, CA 90018
    Phone: 310-450-4050
    Hotline: 310-264-6644 (Domestic Violence 24-Hour Hotline)
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Additional Phone Numbers
Admin: 323-334-9000

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L.A. County Service Provider Area: 6

The People Concern provides integrated services to the most vulnerable and traumatized members of the community who are in need of assistance – individuals who are chronically homeless, dealing with severe mental or physical illness or substance addiction, victims of domestic violence and challenged youth.

The People Concern’s system of care addresses the complex problems of this diverse population through their core services. These services include: outreach and engagement, housing, mental health care, medical care, substance abuse services, domestic violance, wellness and life skills programs, and income assistance (can assist in application processes of benefits for which individuals may be entitled).

Population Served: Teen/Young Adult, Single Adults, Women
Resource Categories: Housing, Services
General Resources: Health & Mental Health, Housing Referrals, Permanent Housing, Recreation & Arts, Social/Support Services, Temporary Housing
Additional Offerings: Domestic Violence Assistance, Medical Care, Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Services

 

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