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(We are in the process of compiling more resources that can help you. Please continue to check for updates)
Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA)
Provides low income housing. See link for criteria to qualify for HACLA.
CalFresh (Food Stamps)
Provides financial assistance for food. See link for criteria to qualify.
California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE)
Southern California Gas Company
Provides a 20% or more on monthly gas bill. See link for criteria to qualify
Southern California Edison
Provides a 20% or more on monthly electric bill. See link for criteria to qualify.
Lifeline Program for Low-Income Consumers
Provides discounts on phone services. See link for criteria to qualify.
https://www.ladwp.com/ (type discount rates in search)
Harbor Free Clinic
Provides low and no-cost health care for uninsured people. Call (310) 547-0202 or follow the link
South Bay Free Clinic
Provides low cost to no cost health care for uninsured people through State Funded Programs like Healthy Way L.A. Call (310) 802-6170 (Dial 2) for more information or follow the link.
Provides low cost to no-cost dental care for uninsure people. Call (310) 802-7170 (Dial 7) for more information or follow link http://www.sbfhc.org/
Metro Transit Authority (MTA)
Provides reduced fair on bus passes for students. See link for criteria to qualify.
"This WIA Title I-financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program.”
“ Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities."