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The Village Family Services - TAY Drop-In Center

  • The Village Family Services - TAY Drop-In Center

    6801 Coldwater Canyon Avenue
    North Hollywood, CA 91605
    Phone: (818) 755-8786
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L.A. County Service Provider Area: 2

The Village Family Services - Transition Age Youth Drop-In Center works to empower at-risk, foster, LGBTQ and homeless youth ages 14-25.

Located at Valley Community Healthcare; entrance is at the back (west) side of the building.

Hours of Service: Monday – Friday 9:30 am to 3:30 pm (walk-ins welcome); 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm (Appointment only); Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 3 pm (walk-ins welcome)

Activities include:
  • Vocational Support
  • Education Support
  • Art and Fitness Classes
  • Life-skills Training
  • Counseling Services
  • Peer and Support Groups
  • Anger Management Groups
  • LGBTQ Support
  • Housing Referral
  • Substance Abuse Recovery Referral
  • Supportive Services for Homeless Youth
Features include: TV, Wii, Cyber Lounge, Outdoor Patio, Group Rooms, Kitchen, Showers, Laundry
 
Primary Care Teen Clinic (provided by Valley Community Healthcare)
 
Project Q
Project Q is designed for LGBTQ youth, ages 14-25 and aims to create a safer space for all youth in the San Fernando Valley. The group meets every Thursday from 4 PM to 6 PM at the Drop-In Center. Registration is not required, you are welcome to just show up.

 

Population Served: Teen/Young Adult
Resource Categories: Food, Housing, Services
General Resources: Education, Health & Mental Health, Housing Referrals, Meals, Recreation & Arts, Social/Support Services
Additional Offerings: Domestic Violence Assistance, Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Services

 

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