Youth Center & Youth Housing
Our Youth Center serves young people ages 16—24 who are at risk of or are currently experiencing homelessness or housing instability. We provide a safe, affirming environment—and can even provide options for those interested in transitioning from homelessness to housing.
At the Youth Center, our services include: Drop-in Center; Case Management; Linkage to Housing; Housing Navigation; Counseling and Support Groups; and Social Activities. Please contact us directly to learn more and get involved.
Drop-In Services at the Youth Center
Every day of the week, we host drop-in hours for youth throughout Los Angeles. Here, you can hang out with the other youth in the program, or access the full range of services offered at the Center, including basic services like: showers, clothing, laundry, and three meals a day; access to emergency housing (space permitting) and other housing resources through the CES (Coordinated Entry System).Learn More
Housing Services & Navigation
The Center has multiple housing programs for youth ages 18-24 experiencing homelessness (more details below). This includes 92 beds on the Anita May Rosenstein Campus and 25 permanent supportive apartments at the Michaeljohn Horne & Thomas Eugene Jones Youth Housing building. If we do not have housing available, our team will work with youth to provide housing navigation services, referrals, and more.Learn More