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Joe. Adriene. Francis. Sharon. Augustus.  Their stories are testaments to the value in investing in the people within our city by giving opportunities for success to those who most need them.


Once homeless, Veronica and her daughter volunteer to help assist others in need.


A Vet who is committed to helping other Vets just like the Weingart Center helped him.


Motivated by her son, Adriene is dedicated to helping others heal both mentally and spiritually.


Francis’ commitment to his family helped him go from client to being a part of the team.


A victim of domestic violence and now fighting breast cancer, Sharon continues to push forward.


Founder of Street Symphony, Vijay is able to help bring peace and tranquility to Skid Row through the power of music.


A passion for writing has helped this Vet go from being on the streets to being in college.


From being a troubled teen to now being a critical part of the Weingart Family's efforts to help others.


Embracing a second chance to live a fruitful life with her training in cosmetology and being off the streets of Skid Row.


Life can be hard when you're trying to find yourself. It can be even more so when you're out on the streets.


He spent over half his life in gangs and drugs. Now, Walter is dedicated to helping teens stay away from that path.


His love for his daughter and his passion for music has helped him regain control of his life and stay off drugs.

HOMELESSNESS IS A COMPLICATED ISSUE.  There is no one-size-fits-all solution that works for everyone. That's why we begin by individually assessing each client's needs, then develop a comprehensive approach to address the root causes of that person's homelessness.

  • Transitional Residential Housing
  • Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Medical and Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse Recovery
  • Long-Term Case Management
  • Workforce Development
  • Education

Clients are required to save 75% of their income (from apprenticeships and paid job training) as a condition of residency, so they already have the means to rent housing when they leave the program.




Individuals with severe mental health diagnoses

People recovering from substance abuse

Formerly incarcerated individuals

Weingart Center 566 S. San Pedro St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 627-5302


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