The Weingart Center’s Hope Row Resource Center (previously called our Access Center) is a walk-in location where individuals can receive case management, hygiene supplies, mail drop services, referrals to programs, or other supportive services. The Resource Center acts as a front door to our residential programs, as well as a link with partner organizations throughout the community.
The Hope Row Resource Center is the first point of entry for those living on the streets, battling drug and alcohol dependencies, living in abusive relationships, suffering from mental illness, and having other barriers to self-sufficiency. The Resource Center is also the last line of defense for families who are at-risk of becoming homeless.
The Resource Center serves individuals, single mothers, low-income families, veterans, people on parole, HIV+ patients, and many others in need.
Services to our clients include:
- Housing Services: Shelter, safety, three hot meals a day, hygiene supplies, clothing, and Life Skills classes
- Clinical Services: On-site, Crisis Intervention, Emergency Services
- Case Management: Individualized Service Plan, benefits enrollment assistance, family reunification, and financial literacy
- Legal Services
- Other Social Services
To enroll in a program you will need to visit our Hope Row Resource Center and talk with someone who will help you get started. It is open from 7:30 am to Noon and 1:30 to 4:15 pm, Monday through Friday, and is located at 501 E. 6th Street in Downtown Los Angeles, on the northeast corner of 6th and San Pedro streets. You will need to provide valid ID.
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For more information regarding the Hope Row Resource Center, please call us at (213) 833-5020, or send a fax to 213-624-3527.
The Hope Row Resource Center operates in partnership with Inner City Law, JWCH Institute, and DPSS CalWORKs.