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The proposed project will provide emergency, transitional, and permanent housing placement with comprehensive supportive services, including homebased case management, and referral services to Homeless populations.


Homeless and Low-Income Individuals and Families with Children, including Veterans and Single Fathers

Los Angeles City/County with Financial Support Nationwide


$23 million

Bridge to Hope, Inc. is proposing to provide a ‘One-Stop Shop’ for Temporary and Permanent Housing with Comprehensive Case Management Services. As a ‘one-stop shop’, clients can access any and all services at the facility, without going to several places to get their needs met.

I. Facility: A state of the Art (90 sq. ft.) facility, located in or near downtown Los Angeles that will hold 1,000 beds. Additionally, the facility must have office space for: Case Management, Security, General Shelter Operations; and four (4) rooms for the delivery of the following services: a Job Development Center, Computer Worksource Lab, Dress 4 Success/Clothing Closet, and a Medical Center.


II. Scope of Services: Transitional and Permanent Housing search and placement, transportation (tokens and limited taxi), financial move-in, rental, and utility assistance program; a Library/Literacy Center; a ‘Dress for Success’ program that includes a job employability skills workshop; money management classes; practical life skills training classes; financial assistance for the obtainment of: California ID cards, California Driver Licenses, prescriptions (uninsured only), Birth Certificates, gasoline (limited) petty cash, food and supermarket gift cards. Comprehensive Case Management services with a Home-Based Case Management Component, once placed into housing.


III. Service Populations: Homeless and Low-Individuals and Families with Children


Bridging the gap

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David Cohen, Executive Director

Bridge to Hope, Inc.

1008 59th Street Los Angeles, CA 90001

(323) 397-7433 - Direct Line

Lynda Moran, Deputy Director

Bridge to Hope, Inc.

1008 59th Street Los Angeles, CA 90001

(323) 397-7433 - Direct Line

Providing linkages to decrease and prevent homelessness

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