Behavioral Health Services
Behavioral Health Services is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, older adult services, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, and other related health services to the residents of Southern California. They hope to transform lives by offering hope and opportunities for recovery, wellness, and independence.
Magnolia Community Initiative
The Magnolia Community Initiative (MCI) is a ground-breaking model for large-scale community mobilization and transformation where children, living in the most vulnerable neighborhoods, break all records of success in their education, health milestones, the nurturing they receive from their family, and the economic stability of their family. This is an innovative collaborative effort of over 70 faith-based and community groups, organizations and public agencies, dedicated to improving outcomes for children in a five square mile (500 blocks) area crossing the Pico-Union, West Adams and the North Figueroa Corridor neighborhoods just southwest of downtown Los Angeles. The Initiative’s key strategy is to build neighborhood resiliency and civic engagement; it goes beyond the traditional multi-service strategy.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Prevention and Treatment Services
The Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services program in the Division of Adolescent Medicine leverages some of the more effective ways of addressing drug and substance use and misuse among teens. It provides a single resource for comprehensive and integrated medical, psychological and related services that address the special needs of today's young people.
Institute for Public Strategies
West Hollywood Project
The West Hollywood Project is an effort to reduce alcohol and meth-related problems in the City of West Hollywood, a primarily LGBT community located in Los Angeles County. The project uses the IPS Approach to address the conditions that contribute to alcohol and other drug abuse problems thereby increasing public health and safety, and improving the quality of life of residents and visitors. Their mission is to create a cultural shift in the role alcohol and meth play in West Hollywood, reducing the negative impacts to the community.
Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles
JFS’ Addiction and Prevention Program (ADAP) provides substance abuse prevention, education, and support services to people of all backgrounds and socio-economic status living in Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley. Our goal is to raise awareness of the risks of alcohol and drug use by providing education and information to youth, parents, and the community. In addition to prevention programming, ADAP offers consultation, referral and training throughout Los Angeles County.
Koreatown Youth and Community Center
The goal of Prevention Education at Koreatown Youth and Community Center is to reduce underage drinking, marijuana and other drug use among 12-17-year-olds in the Koreatown, Pico-Union and Westlake areas. Our mission is to improve the environment around places that sell alcohol and other drugs, empower youth and parents so they become agents of change, and connect the multiethnic communities in Koreatown, Pico-Union and Westlake in order to build a healthy and safe community.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Community Health Services – Metro L.A.
Community Health Service provides clinical services through 14 public health centers (plus a satellite site on Skid Row), conducts surveillance and medical case management of reportable communicable diseases, contains the spread of communicable diseases, and provides numerous outreach activities to engage the community as active participants to improve the health of residents. Their mission is to protect health, prevent disease and promote health and well-being across the life span through targeted population-based interventions and service operations that improve health and quality of life, and reduce health disparities.
Social Model Recovery Systems
United Coalition East Prevention Project (UCEPP)
UCEPP's mission is to engage the most vulnerable populations of Central City East to challenge systemic conditions and social disparities that threaten a healthy environment. UCEPP's priority is to prevent and/or reduce the impact of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco in the community by using grassroots research, assessment and innovative approaches to inspire social justice and positive change. Their philosophy is rooted in the Public Health Model approach to prevention which recognizes that problems result from the interaction between the person, substance, and setting.
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