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Project 10 is a LAUSD program dedicated to providing educational support services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. This site provides tips for students, teachers, administrators, and parents and includes additional resources and links.
Located in Granada Hills, the Family Crisis Center,  specializes in child therapy, victims of crime and violence, individual therapy, marriage counseling, as well as family and group therapy.  Call today to get the healing started.  (818) 999-5688
Our mission is to help children in need reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships. With 55 years of service and experience, our goals are clear:
  • Strengthen the social, emotional, cognitive and behavioral competencies of children living in poverty
  • Improve the children's commitment to school and to academic achievement
  • Improve the children's understanding of healthy standards of behavior
  • Improve each child's resilience, self-efficacy and sense of the future
  • Strengthen each child's sense of self-worth
Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters, a local chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters, is an entity dedicated to serving youth and today exists for one purpose: to help youth of all beliefs and backgrounds throughout Los Angeles County reach their potential through one-to-one, relationship based mentoring.  Our vision is to create a lasting, positive impact on youth.
Welcome to Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles. Founded in 1915, our mission is to assist underserved children, primarily from disadvantaged, single-parent homes, to achieve their true potential by providing "Excellence in Mentoring" through a myriad of programs and services.
This site provides support to help high risk students develop positive life skills and outreach to families of such high risk students.
Grief is a natural reaction after the death of someone close. Yet in our society few people are prepared for the intensity and duration of the grief process. OUR HOUSE grief support center was founded on the premise that grievers need understanding, support, and connection. If you or someone you care about is grieving, OUR HOUSE is here to help.

OUR HOUSE grief support groups create a warm environment of safety and comfort in which children, teens, and adults find the support they need from others who have also experienced the death of someone close. Led by highly trained volunteers, groups are age- and relationship- specific. OUR HOUSE also offers grief support groups in our local schools helping grieving children in low-income, underserved areas of Los Angeles County.
Need help eating and being healthy?  Need some advice on what is good for the body?
The Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, an organization of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was established in 1994 to improve the nutrition and well-being of Americans. Their latest effort has been Choose My Plate, a dietary guidance plan.
 
This program and website focuses its efforts on two primary objectives:
  1. Advance and promote dietary guidance for all Americans, and
  2. Conduct applied research and analyses in nutrition and consumer economics.
School Mental Health professionals support positive student connections with peers, family, school and community to facilitate student development. They also facilitate the ability to successfully deal with problems, crises, or traumatic experiences. Furthermore, School Mental Health professionals foster resiliency - the ability to bounce back from challenges with a stronger sense of self-confidence and coping capacity - by promoting healthy relationships, self-reflection, and problem-solving skills to optimize school success.
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