Welcome to the Housing Rights Center's 2021 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.
Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care System
HOPICS is a nonprofit health and human service organization dedicated to building and sustaining community-based programs that address the social, health, behavioral health and economic needs of our vulnerable multi-ethnic communities.
APAIT A Division of Special Services for Groups
APAIT offers housing case management through Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and assists clients with housing programs including short term rent, mortgage, and utilities (STRMU), and more.
St. John's Well Child & Family Center
St. John's Well Child and Family Center is a network of community health clinics serving patients of all ages. In addition to providing medical, dental, and mental health care, St. John’s provides services to address our patients’ educational, socioeconomic, and housing needs to advance all aspects of their well being.
Black Women for Wellness
Black Women for Wellness is a multi-generational, community based organization committed to the well being of Black women and girls by building healthy communities through health education, empowerment and advocacy.
Janette Robinson Flint
Senior Concerns Serving Seniors & Their Families
Senior Concerns delivers affordable support services with a family-centered approach to help seniors remain in their homes for as long as possible. Financial assistance is available to those with demonstrated financial need.
Martha Shapiro, LCSW
Kedren Mental Health Center
Kedren offers comprehensive in patient and out patient behavioral health services for children, transitional aged youth, adults and older adults residing in Service Planning Area 6, who are experiencing serious or persistent mental illness or emotional disturbance.
The People Concern
The People Concern strives to end homelessness and domestic violence by providing care and support for those experiencing it through housing and integrated services tailored to the unique needs of each individual.
Health Net is an insurance program that is available to residents who qualify for Medical, Covered CA, Medicare, and off-exchange plans. Health Net supports clients with information on benefits and programs including: Mental Health, Telehealth, Counseling, Nutrition Programs, and more.
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.
Volunteers of America Los Angeles
VOALA serves children, youth and families from under–served communities, veterans struggling with reintegration, individuals and families challenged by homelessness, men and women returning from prison, and people battling addictions and substance use.
Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
LACDMH is the largest county mental health department in the country, directly operating more than 80 programs and contracts with more than 700 providers to provide a spectrum of mental health services to people of all ages to support hope, wellness and recovery.
Sandra M. Chacon
East Los Angeles America Job Center of California
The East Los Angeles/West San Gabriel Valley AJCC promotes workforce and economic development within the county by providing employment services to adults and youths.
Everyone In by United Way
Everyone In by United Way is a community movement to end homelessness and housing crisis by building public and political will by creating solutions such as access to affordable and supportive housing in every part of L.A. County.