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San Fernando & Santa Clarita

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El Nido



El Nido Family Centers empowers families in low-income communities of Los Angeles County to break the cycle of poverty, child abuse, violence, academic failure and teen pregnancy by offering programs  in four major categories: Child Abuse Prevention & Treatment, Parent Education & Family Development, Teen Parent Family Services and Youth Development.

Child And Family Guidance Center

Child and Family Guidance Center (CFGC) provides trauma informed outpatient mental healthcare intervention and treatment services to low income families with children that have significant emotional problems, empowering children and families to achieve well-being through innovative services and community programs.


The Help Group


The Help Group is the largest, most innovative and comprehensive nonprofit of its kind in the United States serving children, adolescents and young adults with special needs related to autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental delays, abuse and emotional
challenges.  The Help Group provides services such as  specialized day school, residential programs, mental health services, case management, parenting groups, in-home counseling, neuropsychological testing, vocational and recreational services and life skills.

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Strength United



Strength United is dedicated to ending domestic violence and abuse, serving individuals and families with trauma and survivor informed empowerment services, as well as offering a Child Advocacy Center, Trauma Recovery Center and LGBTQIA+ programming.


San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. is dedicated to improving the mental health of individuals and families within the Greater San Fernando Valley by providing effective, culturally-sensitive therapeutic services, based on each consumer’s individualized needs, strengths, and choices, serving people of all ages and  empowering them to move their lives forward towards self-sufficiency, opportunity, and well-being.

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Foster & Kinship Care Education


Los Angeles Mission College’s Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE) provides informative and educational annual renewal training to resource parents (relative caregivers,  extended family members and foster parents)  in both English and Spanish,  RFA training to caregivers who have children placed in their homes through the Child Welfare system in Los Angeles, and the Guardian Scholars program, providing services to current and former foster youth students at LAMC.


Alliance of Relative Caregivers



Alliance of Relative Caregivers (ARC) offers advocacy, resources and compassionate family support to relatives who are caring for their relative children by helping with navigating the DCFS/DPSS system, advocacy for children's court, help with school and IEPs, assistance with finding clothing, furniture, and/or food, connecting with other relative caregivers, and crisis intervention.  ARC provides weekly support groups in English and Spanish throughout LA County.

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We Lift LA


WE LIFT LA's mission is to empower transitional aged youth and young adults aged out of the foster care system to achieve independence through consistent, transformational relationships and impactful developmental services.


Community Synergy for Children and Families Consulting Services


Committed to strengthening families by providing them with the skills, tools and knowledge to be resilient and to achieve their vision of success, thereby building thriving communities.

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