Door of Hope Resources

Door of Hope Resources

Homelessness Prevention 

If you or someone you know is in need of rental assistance, please click the button below. Our prevention program staff will be in touch as soon as possible. If you have any questions, you can email prevention@doorofhope.us

Transitional Housing

Door of Hope offers four transitional housing sites to serve families currently experiencing homelessness. These provide shelter services as well as a variety of holistic wraparound services. Unfortunately, we do not provide emergency shelter and so cannot provide immediate assistance.

Door of Hope serves families, so in order to be eligible for this program you must be in a household with at least one child age 18 or under. Please note that we are also a working program, so you must be willing to find employment and participate in program requirements such as case management, therapy, and life skills classes in order to join us as a resident at Door of Hope. If you are in need of services but are not in a family with at least one child under age 18, LAHSA can help direct you to the appropriate resource provider. Please visit: https://www.lahsa.org/get-help

Each of our four transitional sites serves a different population.

You might be a good fit for our Iris’s Home if you are looking for general homeless services. We serve all family types there, including single dads, single moms, and couples with children.

You might be a good fit for our Bravo site if you are looking for domestic violence services, are actively fleeing an abuser, and need a confidential address. If you are already working with a case manager, please have them email a Universal Application on your behalf to our staff at transitionalhousing@doorofhope.us

You might be a good fit for our Casa site if you are looking for domestic violence services, are actively fleeing an abuser, need a confidential address, and are also interested in returning to a school or training program. If you are already working with a case manager, please have them email a Universal Application on your behalf to our staff at transitionalhousing@doorofhope.us

You might be a good fit for our Villa site if you have a domestic violence history but are no longer actively fleeing. Consider this site only if it will be safe for you to live at a public address.

If you want to be added to our waitlist, please click on the button below to submit your form.

Door of Hope offers four transitional housing sites to serve families currently experiencing homelessness. These provide shelter services as well as a variety of holistic wraparound services. Unfortunately, we do not provide emergency shelter and so cannot provide immediate assistance.

 

Door of Hope serves families, so in order to be eligible for this program you must be in a household with at least one child age 18 or under. Please note that we are also a working program, so you must be willing to find employment and participate in program requirements such as case management, therapy, and life skills classes in order to join us as a resident at Door of Hope.

 

Each of our four transitional sites serves a different population.

You might be a good fit for our Iris’s Home if you are looking for general homeless services. We serve all family types there, including single dads, single moms, and couples with children.

 

You might be a good fit for our Bravo site if you are looking for domestic violence services, are actively fleeing an abuser, and need a confidential address.

 

You might be a good fit for our Casa site if you are looking for domestic violence services, are actively fleeing an abuser, need a confidential address, and are also interested in returning to a school or training program.

 

You might be a good fit for our Villa site if you have a domestic violence history but are no longer actively fleeing. Consider this site only if it will be safe for you to live at a public address.

 

If you want to be added to our waitlist, please click on the button below to submit your form.

Resources

211: County information life – call and ask for any type of service, but it is a particularly good place to start for an emergency shelter. You can call 211 and ask for your Family Solutions Center in order to receive location-specific information about shelter options for your family. 

 

Shelter

Union Station Homeless Services: Family Solution Center for Pasadena. Offers emergency shelter; contact at 626-791-6610 https://unionstationhs.org/

 

People Assisting the Homeless (PATH): Family Solution Center for Metro LA. Offers shelter and rental assistance. Contact at 323-644-2200; https://epath.org/

 

Ascencia: Family Solution Center for Glendale. Offers shelter for single adults as well. Contact 818-246-7900; https://www.ascenciaca.org/

 

Domestic Violence:

National Domestic Violence Hotline: Call for resources at 800-799-7233

 

YWCA of Glendale and Pasadena: Domestic violence emergency shelter; contact at 818-242-4155; https://www.ywcagp.org/

 

Haven Hills: Domestic violence shelter offering emergency and transitional programs; contact at 818-887-6589; https://havenhills.org/

 

Su Casa: Domestic violence shelter offering emergency and transitional programs; contact at 562-402-4888; https://sucasadv.org/

 

Women’s Shelter of Long Beach: Domestic violence emergency shelter; contact at 562-437-4663; https://www.womenshelterlb.org/

 

Legal:

Jenesee Center: Family law legal aid, including divorces, restraining order, custody, etc. Contact at 800-479-7328; https://jenesse.org/

 

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles: Legal assistance with everything from immigration to family law, to employment.  Contact at 800-399-4529; https://lafla.org/

 

Immigration Resource Center of San Gabriel Valley: Offers legal assistance for people seeking immigration help.  Contact at 626-509-9472; https://ircsgv.org/

 

Housing Rights Center: Advocacy for tenants, including education on housing rights and assistance for those at risk of eviction.  Contact at 1-800-477-5977; https://www.housingrightscenter.org/

 

Employment:

Verdugo Job Center: Job development services, resume assistance, and job leads. Contact at 818-409-0476; https://verdugoworks.com/

 

Sources Career Development: Job development services, resume assistance, and job leads. Contact at 626-240-4550

 

Mental Health Services:

Didi Hirsch: Therapy services available, for both individuals and family therapy. Contact at 818-244-7257; https://didihirsch.org/

 

Five Acres: Therapy services available for children. Contact at 626-798-6793; https://5acres.org/

 

Pacific Clinics: Therapy services available. Contact at 877-722-2737; http://www.pacificclinics.org/

 

Childcare:

Pacific Clinics Head Start and Early Head Start: Pacific Clinics is contracted to work both the Head Start and Early Head Start program in certain geographic areas, serving kids age 0 – 5.  Contact at 818-502-0628; https://www.pacificclinics.org/service/head-start/

 

Crystal Stairs: Subsidized childcare provider through DPSS and GAIN.  Contact at 323-299-8998; https://www.crystalstairs.org/

 

Child Care Resource Center: Subsidized childcare provider through DPSS and GAIN.  Contact at 818-717-4515; https://www.ccrcca.org/

 

Boys and Girls Club: Provides childcare activities, particularly after school.  Contact at 818-842-9333 for the Burbank office; https://bgca.org/

 

Food:

Foothill Unity Center: Food bank available, along with other supportive services related to health, housing, and employment.  Contact at 626-358-3486; https://foothillunitycenter.org/

 

Salvation Army: Foodbank available, along with other supportive services related to health, housing, and employment.  Contact at 818-246-5586 for the Glendale Office; https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/

 

Resources

211: County information life – call and ask for any type of service, but if you are specifically looking for shelter, contact the CES Access Center :  2760 – CES Access Center Directory (lahsa.org) 

Shelter

Union Station Homeless Services: Family Solution Center for Pasadena. Offers emergency shelter; contact at 626-791-6610; https://unionstationhs.org/

People Assisting the Homeless (PATH): Family Solution Center for Metro LA. Offers shelter and rental assistance. Contact at 323-644-2200; https://epath.org/

Ascencia: Family Solution Center for Glendale. Offers shelter for single adults as well. Contact 818-246-7900; https://www.ascenciaca.org/

Domestic Violence:

National Domestic Violence Hotline: Call for resources at 800-799-7233

YWCA of Glendale and Pasadena: Domestic violence emergency shelter; contact at 818-242-4155; https://www.ywcagp.org/

Haven Hills: Domestic violence shelter offering emergency and transitional programs; contact at 818-887-6589; https://havenhills.org/

Su Casa: Domestic violence shelter offering emergency and transitional programs; contact at 562-402-4888; https://sucasadv.org/

Women’s Shelter of Long Beach: Domestic violence emergency shelter; contact at 562-437-4663; https://www.womenshelterlb.org/

Legal:

Jenesee Center: Family law legal aid, including divorces, restraining order, custody, etc. Contact at 800-479-7328; https://jenesse.org/

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles: Legal assistance with everything from immigration to family law, to employment.  Contact at 800-399-4529; https://lafla.org/

Immigration Resource Center of San Gabriel Valley: Offers legal assistance for people seeking immigration help.  Contact at 626-509-9472; https://ircsgv.org/

Housing Rights Center: Advocacy for tenants, including education on housing rights and assistance for those at risk of eviction.  Contact at 1-800-477-5977; https://www.housingrightscenter.org/

Employment:

Verdugo Job Center: Job development services, resume assistance, and job leads. Contact at 818-409-0476; https://verdugoworks.com/

Sources Career Development: Job development services, resume assistance, and job leads. Contact at 626-240-4550

Mental Health Services:

Didi Hirsch: Therapy services are available for both individual and family therapy. Contact at 818-244-7257; https://didihirsch.org/

Five Acres: Therapy services available for children. Contact at 626-798-6793; https://5acres.org/

Pacific Clinics: Therapy services available. Contact at 877-722-2737; http://www.pacificclinics.org/

Childcare:

Pacific Clinics Head Start and Early Head Start: Pacific Clinics is contracted to work both the Head Start and Early Head Start programs in certain geographic areas, serving kids aged 0 – 5.  Contact at 818-502-0628; https://www.pacificclinics.org/service/head-start/

Crystal Stairs: Subsidized childcare provider through DPSS and GAIN.  Contact at 323-299-8998; https://www.crystalstairs.org/

Child Care Resource Center: Subsidized childcare provider through DPSS and GAIN.  Contact at 818-717-4515; https://www.ccrcca.org/

Boys and Girls Club: Provides childcare activities, particularly after school.  Contact at 818-842-9333 for the Burbank office; https://bgca.org/

Food:

Foothill Unity Center: Food bank available, along with other supportive services related to health, housing, and employment.  Contact at 626-358-3486; https://foothillunitycenter.org/

Salvation Army: Foodbank available, along with other supportive services related to health, housing, and employment.  Contact at 818-246-5586 for the Glendale Office; https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/