Provides a wide array of clinical and patient-centered programs through a neighborhood network of health centers in the San Fernando Valley.
Provides quality primary health care to people in need.
This clinic provides counseling and workshops for individuals (male/female), couples, and groups. Session fees are $30+/sliding scale. The clinic is open weekdays, evenings, and Saturdays.
Career Planning and Counseling
Provides labor market information, job placement and career information, and unemployment and disability insurance information.
Provides information about the growth and decline, pay, and opening of careers in the state of California.
Provides career leads, and information about local career centers and job fairs.
OASIS offers local information for job-seekers.
Compiles a list of California funding available from various foundations and funds.
Provides information about monetary grants to help pay for the expense of students attending two- or four-year college, technical, trade, or vocational schools.
Administers a scholarship program to provide qualified local Jewish students who are legal and permanent residents of Los Angeles County with need-based scholarships.
An annual one-time fellowship award of up to $5,000 for 2 mid-career actors for classes or training in order to maintain or enhance theatrical skills needed to work as an actor.
Individual Artists and Small Arts Organizations
Provides a list of organizations that have funds available to individual artist and artist organizations.
Offers funding opportunities for individual artists in California.
Selects the Santa Clara County region's finest artists through a competitive process, using independent expert panels, and honors these artists with unrestricted cash prizes at an Artist Laureate celebration.
Provides funding to individual artists.