you can apply here for assistance HOWEVER doesn't entail the persons assigned to you KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING. very unprofessional dishonest and rude personnel-ALL LEVEL STAFF. everyone has their own experience.
Serving the Los Angeles Area.
520 S La Fayette Park Pl #300Los Angeles, CA 90057
From Business: Established in 1977, Asian Pacific Counseling & Treatment Centers, also known as APCTC, provides services for men, women, adolescents and children with a range of…
252 N Larchmont Blvd Ste 202Los Angeles, CA 90004
I was diagnosed with HepB 3 months ago and was devastated by the news. I have been ill and sore for over 10 years, with no one being able to figure out what was wrong with me. It was always written off as a virus or infection. Then 2 years ago the severe muscle cramps started. I had them from scalp to toes, and it was when they ran the full spectrum of tests to figure the cramps out, that they discovered the HepB along with severe Vitamin D deficiency, which I link to the HepB. I was so tired and nauseous and in constant pain. I am just sick and tired of feeling sick and tired!!nothing was really working to help my condition.I went off the Sebivo (with the doctor’s knowledge) and started on hepatitis B herbal formula i ordered from Health Herbal Clinic, my symptoms totally declined over a 5 weeks use of the hepatitis B virus natural herbal formula the disease is totally reversed!! Visit there website www. healthherbalclinic. net
Excellent food, excellent and friendly service! They work with ex-gang members who have been trained and I have never been anything but impressed each time I have visited! They do catering too!
There are so many wonderful things going on in this organization, I highly recommend you take a tour. The work they're doing to help people who used to be in gangs, let it go so much farther than that in community imprint and service. Father Boyle is a model for how a nonprofit can have a wide and deep and effective mission.
I was sweating and huffing trying to enter the building so I could donate a huge bag of clothing. Unfortunately, I was greeted by two very young, unfriendly women asking me "Can I help you?" but with facial expressions that were as COLD as ice and looking at me with suspicion. GOOD GRIEF. Here is a lesson.....when you work with the community make people feel welcome by greeting everyone with a smile......it goes a long way.
A very old, run down apt bldg in a poor neighborhood. My son went there after being discharged from hospital. Cockroches were in his room. His new roommate was put into the bed next to him without the bedding being changed from the previous patient. This new patient stole my son's tablet and when reported the staff said nothing. Food was very minimal. My son never had the adequate nutrition he needed. They did not find housing for my son and he was released back on the street. I notified Cedars Hospital not to send patients here.
I had been unemployed for 7 years when I finally walked into the Chrysalis Center. The Chrysalis staff was very supportive as I dived into the core curriculum classes, learning how to craft an effective resume and cover letter. Key job interview instruction, and many mock interviews, gave me the confidence I needed to get the job I wanted. I highly recommend The Chrysalis Center to everyone who, like myself, experienced homelessness and a big gap between jobs.