In our recent fiscal year we permanently housed 304 homeless men, women, and children.  Some of the recipients to receive services include:

  • •38 chronically homeless individuals (non-veterans)
  • •27 non-chronically homeless individuals (non-veterans)
  • •55 homeless veterans (both chronic and non-chronically homeless)
  • •184 homeless adults and children in 85 families (both chronic and non-chronically homeless)

Other highlights of our annual positive impact include:

  • •Case managed 726 formerly homeless men, women, and children in 465 families to help them retain their stable housing;
  • •Graduated 50 men and women from our Culinary Training Program, 76% of whom found jobs within 90 days of graduation;
  • •Graduated 26 women from Codetalk (our new technology vocational training program for women), 50% of whom found jobs working with technology;
  • •Provided life-changing mental health services to 255 men, women, and children to improve stability, self-sufficiency, and quality of life;
  • •Served more than 25,000 hot, nutritious meals to homeless men, women, and children at Bread and Roses Café;
  • •Distributed enough fruit, vegetables, bread, milk, eggs, and other staple items for Food Pantry families to prepare more than 148,000 meals at home;
  • •Prevented homelessness for 117 veterans receiving V.A. benefits and 130 individuals receiving Department of Mental Health benefits through representative payee services, and in the process managed $4,903,424 in client funds;
  • •Provided education and enrichment to more than 55 children, 18 months to 5 years old, in a socioeconomically diverse, dual-immersion (English/Spanish) environment at our Early Learning Center;
  • •Opened the Broadway Manchester Service Center in South Los Angeles to support our expanding work in this underserved portion of LA County.