Woodland Hills, Calif.
(818) 702- 1900
Grants Announced: March, 2013
Alameda Family Services, Alameda, Calif., $100,000 over two years for core operating support for Nika’s Place to sustain emergency shelter and other supportive services for homeless and runaway youth in Alameda County.
Casa Youth Shelter, Los Alamitos, Calif., $100,000 over two years for core operating support to sustain crisis shelter-based services in Los Alamitos for homeless and runaway youth.
Channel Island Young Mens Christian Association, Santa Barbara, Calif., $100,000 over two years for core operating support for the Youth and Family Services branch to sustain street outreach, emergency shelter and transitional living services for homeless, runaway and former foster youth in Santa Barbara County.
Jovenes, Los Angeles, $120,000 over two years for core operating support to sustain emergency and longer-term housing-based services in Boyle Heights for homeless youth.
San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center, San Diego, $120,000 over two years for core operating support to sustain drop-in center and supportive housing services for homeless and runaway youth in San Diego County, with a focus on those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.
St. Vincent de Paul Village, San Diego, $100,000 over two years for core operating support for Toussaint Academy San Diego to sustain supportive housing for homeless teenagers and aftercare services for program alumni in San Diego.
Alliance for Children’s Rights, Los Angeles, $150,000 over two years for core operating support to continue to inform policymakers about public policies affecting pregnant and parenting youth in foster care in Los Angeles County.
Northeast Valley Health Corporation San Fernando, Calif., $100,000 over two years for core operating support for the San Fernando High School Teen Health Center to sustain clinical reproductive health services.
Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, San Francisco, $200,000 over two years for project support for the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies to develop a series of policy briefs to understand the implications of health care reform for adolescent reproductive health in California.
TeenNow California, Lemon Grove, $60,000 for nine months for core operating support to augment a current grant to develop and implement a public education campaign to inform policymakers and opinion leaders about the efficacy of the Cal-SAFE program as a best practice working with pregnant and parenting teens.
Liberty Hill Foundation, Los Angeles, $250,000 over two years for project support for the Los Angeles County SB 81 Camp Kilpatrick Replacement Project to improve facilities and programs for incarcerated youth.
Cornerstone Project, Los Angeles, $200,000 over two years for project support to develop and implement the Reinvent Stockton Re-entry Demonstration Project, a re-entry strategy to reduce recidivism among formerly incarcerated young adults in Stockton.