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Youth Emerging Stronger

  • Youth Emerging Stronger

    PO Box 988
    Los Angeles, CA 90028
    Phone: 323-467-8466 (General Info)
    Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
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L.A. County Service Provider Area: 4

Youth Emerging Stronger is there to help and empower youth (ages 11 to 24) who live on the streets. It provides housing, education, career awareness, and physical and mental wellness. They prefer not to list a physical address. Please call to learn more.

  • Minor Runaway & Homeless Youth (Ages 12-17): (323) 240-2253
  • Homeless Transitonal Age Youth (Ages 18-24): (323) 240-2253
  • Hollywood House: (323) 957-7757
  • Beachwood House: (323) 454-2886

You may email them at for more information.

Population Served: Teen/Young Adult
Resource Categories: Housing, Services, Work
General Resources: Education, Health & Mental Health, Housing Referrals, Job Search Assistance, Permanent Housing, Social/Support Services, Temporary Housing
Additional Offerings: Domestic Violence Assistance, Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Services