Health and Corporate Partners
The Violence Intervention Program is a unique multi-disciplinary partnership between the VIP medical clinics for child abuse and elder abuse at LAC-USC Medical Center and the VIP Community Mental Health Center. The goal is to work together with passion and focus to provide a complete continuum of supportive services for extremely vulnerable individuals who lack other resources.
The goal of the Mobile Health Clinics Association is to build a foundation that fosters advocacy on behalf of Mobile Healthcare, encourages the design and distribution of meaningful educational tools, and facilitates communications among healthcare providers. Their resolve is to acknowledge successful Mobile Health leadership and explore compelling, creative paradigms that expand their vision for Mobile Healthcare.
Founded in 2007, Legacy LA is a community based non-profit organization focused on youth development. Their mission is to make positive interventions in the lives of young people by offering alternatives to gangs and violence. They build youth’s capacity to reach their full potential and equip them with the tools to transform their lives and their community.
Semillas represents two community-based charter schools in East Los Angeles, Xinaxcalmecac Academia Semillas del Pueblo for grades kinder through eighth and Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory High School of North America for grades ninth through twelfth. Semillas students receive instruction in four languages: English, Spanish, Mandarin and Nahuatl (the indigenous language of Mexico), in order to graduate students that are internationally-minded, culturally wise community members.
Homeboy Industries serves high-risk, formerly gang-involved men and women with a continuum of free services and programs, and operates seven social enterprises that serve as job-training sites.
Second largest in the nation, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) enrolls more than 640,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade, at over 900 schools, and 187 public charter schools. The boundaries spread over 720 square miles and include the mega-city of Los Angeles as well as all or parts of 31 smaller municipalities plus several unincorporated sections of Southern California.