VETERAN OPPORTUNITY CENTER EAST (VOCE)
Provides transitional housing with a capacity of 132 individuals, case management, substance abuse support, support groups, mental health services, employment services, free legal aid, meals, meeting rooms, gymnasium
VETERAN OPPORTUNITY CENTER WEST (VOCW)
Provides transitional housing with a capacity of 50 individuals, substance abuse treatment, mental health services
ACCELERATED RE-HOUSING CENTER
Provides interim housing and supportive services
NEW DIRECTIONS OASIS FOR VETERAN WOMEN
Provides transitional housing, substance abuse rehab, trauma counseling, parenting classes, employment training
GUY GABALDON APARTMENTS
Provides permanent supportive housing with a capacity of 32 one bedroom units
NEW DIRECTIONS SEPULVEDA I & II
Provides 147 studio apartment units for permanent housing and includes 50 PB-VASH units.
Provides supportive services, on-site manager, communal kitchen, dining hall, recreational activities, community room and courtyard.
Provides permanent supportive housing in 11 one-bedroom apartments.
Individual, group and family counseling. Case management, advocacy, education on VA benefits, Military Sexual Trauma, Brain Injury, PTSD and more; legal support, drug counseling and 12-step meetings, referrals to treatment centers, family reunification program and family activities.
Legal Services : pro bono legal aid on problems such as criminal issues, prop 47 inquiries, tickets, failure to appear warrants, power of attorney, notary
Job Training and Assistance : assistance with seeking employment, how to obtain and maintain a job, short-term vocational training, custodial and culinary arts certifications. Educational evaluation and tutoring. Clothing for interviews, transportation assistance and work tools.
Yvette J. Kelley, President and CEO
Please Note: These services may be provided directly or as guidance assistance by the shelter. Please contact the shelter to get more information.