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St. Joseph Center

  • St. Joseph Center

    204 Hampton Drive
    Venice, CA 90291
    Phone: 310-396-6468
    Hotline: 310-358-2835 (non-urgent 24 hour community concerns line)
    Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 am - 4 pm
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L.A. County Service Provider Area: 5

Their mission is to provide working poor families, as well as homeless men, women and children of all ages, with the inner resources and tools to become productive, stable and self-supporting members of the community.

St. Joseph Center leads the Coordinated Entry System for Families on the Westside.

They also provide Permanent Supportive Housing services to assist homeless men, women, and families in securing and maintaining voucher-based apartments. Additionally, they provide Rapid Re-Housing with move-in assistance and short-term rental subsidies along with case management and supportive services.

There is also a St. Joseph Center’s Food Pantry. Contact their Food Pantry at 310-396-6468 ext. 313 to make an initial appointment. After you register, you will be able to come to the Food Pantry on a weekly basis.

If you are interested in job training, St. Joseph Center has a couple of programs - Culinary Training Program for men and women 18 and older and their Codetalk program for women 18 and older.

Population Served: Children & Families, Teen/Young Adult, Single Adults, Women, Veterans, Immigrants
Resource Categories: Food, Housing, Services, Work
General Resources: CES Entry, Groceries, Health & Mental Health, Housing Referrals, Permanent Housing, Temporary Housing
Additional Offerings: Job Skills Training, Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Services

 

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