Womens Shelters, Women With Addictions, Single Mothers Shelters
2800 Wilshire Blvd Suite 1500 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (818) 623-0209
The Women's Care Cottage provides shelter for young women and single mothers with children. The services provided are case management, counseling, and social and cultural activities. You must become a student or get employment while staying there. They assist with substance abuse recovery, job training and placement, and other helpful services.
Women ages 18-21 including pregnant women or women with one child up to one year old.
Women With Addictions, Volunteer Opportunities, Runaway And Youth Shelters, Men With Addictions Shelter, Family Shelters
2301 Bellevue Ave Los Angeles, CA 90026 (213) 273-7000
The Dream Center offers a substance abuse shelter for adults aged 18 to 59. The shelter is Christian-oriented. The program lasts about one to three years. Services include residential alcohol use disorder treatment and residential drug use disorder treatment.
The shelter group and individual counseling, work therapy programs, and referrals to other community services to achieve sobriety and independence. Participants learn coping techniques based on the Christian philosophy. Residents participate in the Center's outreach programs and practice Christian Discipleship for recovery.
The center offers support for people who are coping with a variety of issues including anger, depression; and the effects of mental, physical, and emotional abuse.
There is also a Veteran's Transitional Housing/Shelter that lasts one year to help military veterans transition back to civilian life. The program assists veterans in developing social skills, finding employment resources, continuing in education, and growing in a like-minded environment.
There is also a youth shelter for the emancipated. The shelter is open to people aged 18 to 23 who have been a ward of the state through foster care or probation.
There is also a family shelter which provides shelter for up to six months. A case manager is assigned to each family and assists them in finding permanent housing and becoming independent. Other resources are also available, such as classes and tutoring for GED, money-management courses, and vocational training.
Volunteers are greatly appreciated.
Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Residential Substance Use Disorder Services: For adults age 18 to 59 who live in Los Angeles.
Veterans Service: Call for more info.
Emancipated Youth Program: Open to young people ages 18-23 who have been a ward of the state through foster care or probation.
Women With Addictions, Volunteer Opportunities, Single Mothers Shelters, Family Shelters
1301 W 12th St Long Beach, CA 90813 (562) 570-4500
The Long Beach Rescue Mission Lydia House is a homeless shelter for families, single women, single mothers, and women with addictions.
If you have a family the children must be 12 years or younger. Meals are provided daily. The length of stay is depended upon the person.
If you have an alcohol or drug addiction there is a faith-based program that includes bible studies, work therapy, and counseling. The program length of stay is one year. Interviews must be conducted before intake.
Volunteer work is available.
Intake is from 8:30am to 12pm on Mondays through Fridays.
Families, single women, single mothers, and women with addictions. Children must be 12 or younger.
Women With Addictions, Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters
936 S Centre St San Pedro, CA 90731 (310) 521-9310
SHAWL Women's House is a six-month program to help addicted women who survived domestic violence. They offer comprehensive services and treatment to help women get over their addictions. They provide more educational skills and help women stabilize their lives.
Their program includes:
Individual counseling and case management with a Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Chemical Dependency Awareness Group
“Seeking Safety” Group dealing with PTSD
Tips to Parenting
“Stop the Chaos” Group
Grief and Loss Group
Self-Esteem Building Groups
Life Skills Groups
Recovery Support Group
Meditation and Exercise
12 Step Meetings
Community Activities and Service
Outside Recreation and Fun Activities