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Local Community Resources


Infant and Maternal Health Resources

Maternal and Child Health Access

The agency provides advocacy and health insurance for low-income people in Los Angeles County, including children, families, pregnant and parenting women, who live in the downtown area of Los Angeles and services for non-profit organizations in Los Angeles County.

Black Infant and Family Resources

The Los Angeles County African American Infant and Maternal Mortality (AAIMM) Initiative’s listing of resources.

Breastfeed LA

The site offers a directory of breastfeeding and lactation services, resources and support groups (some for a free, others low cost or free) organized by areas of Los Angeles.

California Breastfeeding Coalition

Devoted to promoting and advocating for breastfeeding, this organization’s site offers information on breastfeeding rights, education webinars and more.

La Leche League

South LA Health Projects offers breastfeeding support through groups, peer coaching and education, and a free Breastfeeding Helpline at 323-905-1248.

South LA Health Projects

One of the first organizations to offer support, education and encouragement to breastfeeding mothers, La Leche League has meetings and phone volunteers — other moms — who can answer questions and offer ideas for successful nursing.

Welcome Baby

Funded by First 5 LA, Welcome Baby is a free and voluntary program that provides pregnant women and new moms in L.A. County with information and support during pregnancy and baby’s first nine months. Services range from in-hospital and home visits (including lactation support) to baby and mom-friendly items.


Family Resources

LA County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)

LA DCFS offers a listing of resources for parents in LA County.

1736 Family Crisis Center

Since 1972, 1736 Family Crisis Center has responded to the growing needs of victims of domestic violence, runaway and homeless youth, victims of human trafficking, homeless families, homeless and at-risk Veterans, unemployed adults and youth, and other low-income community members in need of assistance.


Mental Health Resources

Los Angeles Mental Health Resources

LAists’s comprehensive article on mental health resources in Los Angeles.

Latinx/Hispanic Communities and Mental Health Resources

Mental Health America’s resource listing for Latinx and Hispanic communities.

Providence Health & Services Community Health – Senior Outreach Program

Outreach Program assists the elderly with mental health services and resources. The program is staffed by mental health professionals and community volunteers that provide free services to those we serve in the San Fernando Valley.

Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACSLA)

Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS) is a nonprofit organization in Los Angeles dedicated to healing people with mental illness through counseling and caring. The agency serves people of all ethnicities but we are especially proud of our expertise with refugee and immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations.


Food Resources

CalFresh Application

Link to the CalFresh Application, a program that provides monthly food benefits to individuals and families with low-income and provides economic benefits to communities.

Food Banks in the SFV

A comprehensive listing of local food banks in Burbank, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Glendale, Newhall, North Hollywood, Pacoima, Van Nuys, and Woodland Hills.


Houselessness Resources

Housing Rights Center

The Housing Rights Center (HRC) is the nation’s largest non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to securing and promoting Fair Housing.

PATH Los Angeles

PATH Los Angeles provides a variety of services for folks experiencing homelessness that include employment, outreach, homelessness prevention, housing navigation, interim housing, rapid rehousing, and permanent supportive housing.


Miscellaneous Resources

Neighborhood Legal Services of LA County (NLSLA)

NLSLA is one of Los Angeles County’s leading public interest law offices and has been the primary legal aid program serving the cities of Burbank, Glendale and the San Fernando, and Antelope Valleys. They provide legal aid with healthcare, housing, immigration, and more.


Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment.