AP Recovery
Benefits Assistance Clients’ Urban Project (BACUP)
Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care Services (HOPICS)
Asian and Pacific Islander Forward Movement (APIFM)
Occupational Therapy Training Program (OTTP)
Alliance
PALS for Health
Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team (APAIT)
SILVER
Project 180
R&E Research & Evaluation
Weber Community Center (WCC)
Occupational Therapy Training Program – San Francisco (OTTP-SF)
Integrated Behavioral Health Team (IBHT)
Asian Pacific Counseling & Treatment Centers (APCTC)

Project 180

Our Vision:

Project 180 turns lives around through innovative, wraparound services that keep people out of jails and prisons and in their communities.

Our Work:

Project 180 operates various forensic treatment projects ranging from pre-arrest diversion, to pre-release jail in-reach, to transitional and post-release services. Projects include Co-Occurring Disorders Court (CODC) out of the Los Angeles Superior Court and an AB 109 project serving male and female realignment individuals with behavioral health and co-occurring issues. Other notable forensic treatment programs include: MIST, a community-based restoration program for defendants facing misdemeanor charges that have been deemed incompetent to stand trial and LA DOOR, a pre-arrest diversion pilot project that diverts low-level offenders in need of substance abuse and/or mental health treatment out of the criminal justice system and into treatment. Project 180 services are funded by Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH), LA County Department of Health Services (DHS), and LA County Public Health’s Substance Abuse Prevention and Control Department (SAPC). Project 180 offers intensive case management, individual and group behavior modification, therapy and substance counseling, housing, benefits support, family reunification, supportive employment, education preparation and placement, and psychiatric and medication support.

Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care Services (HOPICS)

Our Vision:

To provide the best quality of service to homeless and low-income households in South Los Angeles and surrounding areas and to employ the most qualified staff available and build our services and programs to meet the diverse needs of the community.

Our Work: 

HOPICS provides a continuum of homeless services and specialized behavioral health care, including a Trauma Recovery Center dedicated for victims and witnesses of crime.  HOPICS also serves as the regional lead for the SPA 6 (South LA) Coordinated Entry System for Homeless Single Adults and Families.  Through HOPICS’ existing integrated health and social services programming, the division currently provides services to some of the most underserved communities, which include: homeless or at risk of becoming homeless; mentally ill; African American and Hispanic/Latino racial/ethnic groups; members of immigrant groups- including undocumented persons; individuals with severe trauma-related symptoms or complex psychological issues; and juvenile victims, including minors who have had contact with the justice system. In addition to its several Rapid Re-Housing programs, as well as the SPA 6 Access Center, HOPICS also operates the first publicly funded enhanced bridge housing for transgender women through a unique SSG divisional collaboration with APAIT.

Occupational Therapy Training Program (OTTP)

Our Vision:

OTTP’s vision is a community where people feel safe, supported and strong.

Our Work:

OTTP was founded on the principles of Occupational Therapy, which emphasize that by engaging in meaningful and purposeful activities, individuals can develop the skills they need to function optimally in everyday life. This philosophy lives on throughout all aspects of OTTP’s service delivery, with the division offering services that aim to bolster youth’s life skills, educational and vocational achievement, and mental health and well-being. OTTP’s programs include work readiness training and job placement, life skills development, and comprehensive mental health services- including substance abuse prevention and intervention, individual and family therapy, and medication management. OTTP also operates the OTTP Youth Center, which offers an opportunity for youth to engage in leisure activities, take a variety of classes ranging from music to cooking, and participate in empowerment and support groups. The Center provides youth with a safe place to belong that’s accessible after-school, in the evenings, and on the weekends. OTTP provides services on-site at their Torrance location, in the home, and in various school-based settings throughout Los Angeles County.