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Last year, the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services received close to 700 referrals from people in our community to report allegations of sex trafficking of a child or youth under the age of 18 years old.  Though it is hard to believe, Los Angeles County is considered by the FBI to be one of the top areas in the nation where the sex trafficking of minors is a problem plaguing our society.

 

We invite community members to join us on October 23rd for free training on “The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Raising Awareness and Building a Trauma-Responsive Community of Caregivers”.  This free training will explain how any youth can easily fall prey to exploiters, show participants how to identify an at-risk or victim of Commercial Sexual Exploitation, and share, through interactive and fun activities, how to apply a trauma-responsive approach to support victims towards healing and recovery. This event will also provide information on the various ways the community can support the needs of youth that have been impacted by sex trafficking

 

Register by October 15 online (password: Hope4CESC) or by phone 213-765-7427 Please leave your first name, last name, agency affiliation (if applicable), phone number, and email address. 

Weekly on Wednesday's

 

For more information and to register contact:  EKUBLER@THEACADEMYPROJECT.ORG

 

Requirements: Background check and volunteer training required.

 

Description: This program is a volunteer opportunity for individuals seeking to support foster and homeless youth develop as readers, and to create a lasting relationship with them.

Wednesday September 18th, 2019 | 3:30pm - 5:30pm

 Mann UCLA Community SChool

 7001 S. St. Andrews Pl.

 Los Angeles, 90047

Wednesday September 18th, 2019 | 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Mann UCLA Community School

7001 S. St. Andrews Pl.

Los Angeles, CA 90047

Girls ages 11 to 18 across Los Angeles County are invited to attend the I Matter: Girls Empowerment Conference hosted by the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation. In its fourth year, the free event provides an inspirational day that encourages girls to turn up the volume on their own voices and believe in a life of possibilities by building their confidence, exploring pathways to college, and thinking about their career goals. The event offers interactive workshops, powerful speakers, networking, and exciting lunch activities. This year’s workshops include topics such as Building Confidence through Hip-Hop, Financial Literacy, and Cyber Bullying.

Originally started in 2015 as an empowering luncheon for 75 girls, the event has grown substantially to an inspirational conference that hosts hundreds of girls each year. This year, leaders are hoping for 1,000 girls to be in attendance.

Participants must register to attend. 

SPACE IS LIMITED!

(323) 299-9496 Ext. 222

Call to reserve your appointment! 

 

Tuesday October 8th, 2019 |

Free

Come on down to the FREE ILCSC Resource Fair! Join us in discovering what your community can do for you! Together we can reach a multitude of people with disabilities across the San Fernando Valley. 

*Free Public Parking in the lot beside the library

*Street Parking Available

*Using public transport? MTA Line 164

FREE to attend, no tickets needed

Raffle Prizes

Exhibitors with FREE resources

Call for an intake interview and appointment today!

(323) 299-9496 ext. 154

Friday September 20th, 2019 |

Free

Thursday June 20th, 2019 | 9:00 AM- 11:00 AM

Beverly Hills City Hall

2nd Floor Municipal Gallery

455 N. Rexford Dr. 

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

 

2 hours free parking at Beverly Hills Public Library 

444 N. Rexford Dr. 

($1.00 Each Additional 30 min) 

 

 

 
Join Chancellor Gene Block at the annual UCLA in Downtown L.A. reception as they recognize leaders moving L.A. forward and celebrate their centennial year. The innovation, optimism and achievements of UCLA in Los Angeles will be acknowleged and celebrated at this historic event. 
 
Schedule:
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. – Tech & Innovation Showcase
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – Reception & Program
 
For further details please call: (310)794-6830 or email mperez@support.ucla.edu

 

 

This is your chance to make your voice heard on mental health services in LA County! The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health will host a community forum to present and discuss the True Recovery Innovation Embraces Systems That Empower (TRIESTE) project proposal.

The meeting will take place on Monday, May 13, 2019, from 5 to 7 p.m. at LACDMH's Peer Resource Center. The forum is open to the public and RSVP is not required to attend.

See weblink below for access to the proposal. 

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