Resource Fair

Welcome to the Housing Rights Center's 2022 Resource Fair—part of our annual summit celebrating Fair Housing Month! Here's how it works:

 Check out the below social service providers, legal aid organizations, and other important resources and referrals. Click on a logo to view more information about their programs and services.

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Ventura County Community Development Corporation

VCCDC is a non-profit with a mission to assist low and moderate income individuals and families achieve and maintain homeownership through educational workshops, individual financial coaching, and mortgage lending including down payment assistance.

Gabriela Munoz

gmunoz@vccdc.org

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Multicultural Real Estate Alliance

MREA is a real estate non-profit organization that works to eliminate red lining and unfair housing practices.

Sherri Jackson

Deborah Bright Laney 

kozzyshack@hotmail.com

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CHIRP Los Angeles

CHIRP Los Angeles is a housing information and referral program dedicated to preventing homelessness and improving the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles County.

Alma Justo

ajusto@chirpla.org

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California Women's Law Center

For more than thirty years, CWLC has advanced justice for women and girls in California and across the country through impact litigation, policy advocacy, and education.  CWLC hosts a free housing clinic every other Saturday, where attorneys who specialize in housing law are available to discuss tenants’ unique legal housing situations via phone and online video platforms. The clinic is open to Los Angeles County residents facing eviction or other legal issues related to their housing.

Elise Brumbach 

elise.brumbach@cwlc.org

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Mental Health Advocacy Services

MHAS provides legal assistance to low-income people with mental health disabilities. MHAS also provides training and technical assistance for consumers, family members, and other mental health advocates.

Kate Bridal

kbridal@mhas-la.org

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Special Needs Network

Special Needs Network is a non-profit organization serving underrepresented families impacted by autism and other developmental disabilities through education and outreach to raise awareness and behavioral health clinical services.

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Volunteers of America Los Angeles 

Volunteers of America of Greater Los Angeles (VOALA) provide services to individuals & families in our community that at risk. They work closely with other housing programs within VOALA (SSVF, HUD-VASH, GPDs/HCHVs). Our Children's Division does offer free preschool services to at risk families that need early intervention from birth to 5 years of age through out the Los Angeles area.

Dylann Dominguez

ddominguez@voala.org

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The Help Group

The Help Group is a large non-profit that provides an array of school-based services and mental health services to children and families. Prevention & Aftercare is a family strengthening program that helps families access the supports and resources they need to prevent occurrence of child maltreatment.

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Star View Behavioral Health UCC Long Beach and City of Industry

Star View Behavioral Health’s BHUCC in Long Beach features two separate 24-hour psychiatric urgent care facilities. One part of the facility is for 12 adults (ages 18 and up) and another accommodates up to six adolescents (ages 13 to 17). . They provide psychological evaluations and emergency medications to adolescents 13-17 and adults 18 and up.

La Trisha Boothe 

lboothe@starsinc.org

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Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles - Housing Incentive Program

HIP provides landlord incentives and move in assistance to eligible HACLA Section 8 vouchered participants. Through our Section 8 program, we work with over 13,000 private property owners in order to provide housing to over 44,000 Los Angeles families. 

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Volunteers of America Los Angeles - Veteran Peer Access Network (VPAN)

The Veterans Peer Access Network (VPAN) is a Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health program designed to connect veterans and their families with the services available to them. Program goals are to reduce homelessness, suicide, under-employment, and dramatically increase ease of access to resources and services for the veteran and MilVet communities.

Christina Rheingold

crheingold@voala.org

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Downtown Women's Center

The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women.