THE NEXT LOS ANGELES / TURNING IDEAS INTO ACTION : PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: A CROSS-SECTION OF ORGANIZATIONS ACCEPTING VOLUNTEERS

Compiled by ADAM BAUMAN / Los Angeles Times

ANIMALS

The Amanda Foundation

Rescues cats and dogs from extermination by city shelters and finds new homes

351 No. Foothill Road

Beverly Hills, Calif. 90210

Contact: Staff

Need: Volunteers to walk dogs and play with cats

(310) 278-2935

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Ark Trust

Advocacy organization to facilitate progressive coverage of animal issues

5461 Noble Ave.

Sherman Oaks, Calif. 91411

Contact: Kirsten Rosenberg

Need: General office staff, animal protection

(818) 786-9990

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Great L.A. Zoo Assn.

Provide assistance, give zoo tours and help with special events

5333 Zoo Drive

Los Angeles, Calif. 90027

Contact: Alicia Syres

Need: Volunteers who love to work with the public and be around animals

(213) 664-1100, ext. 363

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Pet Orphans Fund

Shelters homeless dogs and cats and finds new homes

Van Nuys, Calif. 91401

Contact: Linda Rosenblum

Need: People to walk dogs and spend time with cats

(818) 901-0190

ARTS AND CULTURE

Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum

Griffith Park

4700 Western Heritage Drive

Los Angeles, Calif. 90027

Contact: Betty Shermer

Need: Tour guides, visitor services and membership, museum store assistants and gallery guides

(213) 667-2000

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L.A. Conservancy

Nonprofit architectural preservation of historic resources in Los Angeles

727 W. Seventh Street, Suite 955

Los Angeles, Calif. 90017

Contact: Connie Humberger

Need: People interested in giving walking tours Downtown on Saturday mornings

(213) 623-2489

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Pasadena Historical Society

Collects, preserves and displays artifacts related to Pasadena and the surrounding San Gabriel Valley communities

470 W. Walnut St.

Pasadena, Calif. 91103

Contact: Linda Weber

Need: Office assistance, research library help, docent training and gift shop help

(818) 577-1660

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Point Vicente Interpretive Center

Museum featuring the cultural aspects of the Palos Verdes Peninsula

31501 Palos Verdes Drive West

Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. 90275

Contact: Allan White

Need: Guides to take visitors through museum and explain the exhibits

(310) 377-8776

CHILDREN

Big Sisters of Los Angeles

Branch locations: Carson, Van Nuys and San Gabriel

6022 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 202

Los Angeles, Calif. 90036

(213) 933-5749

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Boys Town of Southern California

Emergency Residential Care Center

350 W. Wardlow Road

Long Beach, Calif. 90806

Contact: Lawrence Burton

(310) 427-1155

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Children Are Our Future

A residential treatment center that serves abandoned, neglected and abused children age 7 to 18

19725 Sherman Way, Suite 100

Canoga Park, Calif. 91306

Contact: Nancy Linquata

Need: Tutors, volunteers to help with recreational activities

(818) 709-3808

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For Kids' Sake

Child abuse prevention agency

29280 Central Ave., Suite FG

Lake Elsinore, Calif. 92532

Contact: Darlene Lyons

(909) 245-3797

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Happy Hats for Kids

Decorates caps for sick children

15739 Ventura Blvd.

Encino, Calif. 91436

Contact: Elaine Lerner

Need: Volunteers to help decorate the caps, and merchandise for the kids

(818) 990-4656

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Jewish Big Brothers Assn.

6505 Wilshire Blvd.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90048

Contact: Joanne Leinow

(213) 852-1173

(213) 653-3630-referrals (24 hours)

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Parent Help U.S.A.

All-volunteer agency that provides services related to child abuse; provides day care services for children and support for mothers

417 31st Street

Newport Beach, Calif. 92663

Contact: Sally Kanarek

(714) 723-7170 or (800) 654-7867

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St. John's Child Study Center

1339 20th Street

Santa Monica, Calif. 90404

Contact: Dr. David Phillipman

(310) 829-8921

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Thursday's Child

Provide services to abused children.

West Hills, Calif.

Need: Volunteers of all types

(818) 712-0159

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Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services

3200 Motor Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif 90034

Contact: Laura Fuhrman

Need: Volunteers of all types

(310) 836-1223

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Westside Children's Center

2505 Fifth Street

Santa Monica, Calif. 90405

Contact: Illan Sparago

Need: General office assistance

(310) 396-5199

CIVIL RIGHTS AND CIVIC ISSUES

Assistance League of Long Beach

Operates a variety of volunteer programs in the Long Beach area

386 Roswell Ave.

Long Beach, Calif. 90814

Contact: Barbara Newton

Need: Looking for volunteer members to help with specific community projects (310) 439-0484

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Baha'i Center

Offers values training, academic support and creative enrichment to inner-city children

5755 Rodeo Road

Los Angeles, Calif. 90016

Contact: Teresa Langness

Need: Tutors, chaperons, drivers and people to teach creative skills

(213) 933-8291

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Concerned Citizens of South-Central Los Angeles

Promotes various community efforts

4707 S. Central Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90011

Contact: Kathleen Allen

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 846-2500

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L.A. Urban League

Employment services, youth development and clerical technology classes

Pasadena-Foothill Branch

1200 N. Fair Oaks Ave.

Pasadena, Calif. 91103

Contact: Dana Harris

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 681-6008 or (818) 398-6155

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Little Tokyo Service Center

Provides general community assistance

244 S. San Pedro St., 411

Los Angeles, Calif. 90012

Contact: Bill Watanabe

(213) 680-3729

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Southern Christian Leadership Conference

Serves the South-Central area, focusing on community services

4182 S. Western Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90062

Contact: Joe Hicks

(213) 295-8582

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Volunteers of America of Los Angeles

Matches volunteers with agencies

3600 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1500

Los Angeles, Calif. 90010

Contact: Ask for volunteer coordinator

(213) 389-1500

DRUGS AND ALCOHOL

Alcohol and drug action program of Jewish Family Service

Provide outpatient treatment for alcohol and drug abuse; short-term crisis intervention, assessment and referral; retreats and other social programs

8838 W. Pico Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90035

Contact: Barbara Teller

Need: General office help and people who want to complete their chemical dependency counseling internships

(310) 247-1180

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Alcoholism Center for Women

Provide recovery services for women with alcohol and drug problems

1147 S. Alvarado St.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90006

Contact: Carolyn Ritter

Need: Women 18 or older for all types of assistance

(213) 381-8500

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Asian Youth Center

Outpatient drug treatment program and delinquency prevention

9032 Mission Drive

Rosemead, Calif. 91770

Contact: Nhon Ly

Need: Volunteers to assist with various youth delinquency prevention programs. People who can speak Vietnamese or Chinese are also desired (818) 309-0622

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National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

Outreach, education, information and referral services regarding alcohol and other drug addictions

14557 Friar St., Suite 107

Van Nuys, Calif. 91411

Contact: Linda Plaza

Need: General office help: some telephone work

(818) 997-0414

THE ELDERLY

Assistance League of So. Calif.

Provides children, adult and senior citizen social services

1370 N. St. Andrews Place

Los Angeles, Calif. 90028

Contact: Alberta Nelson

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 469-1973

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Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles

Offers various types of community and family services

6506 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 614

Los Angeles, Calif. 90048

Contact: Lisa Brooks

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 852-1234, ext 2620

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Jewish Family Service Senior Services

Provides various services for individuals over age 60

330 N. Fairfax Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90036

Contact: Barbara Dybnis

Need: People with good communication and writing skills to be trained to work with walk-in and frail homebound senior citizens. Knowledge of Hebrew, Yiddish and Russian helpful

(213) 937-5900

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Pico-Robertson Storefront

Provides assistance and friendship to homebound seniors

8838 W. Pico Blvd.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90035

Contact: Stacey Matzkevich

Need: People to visit homebound senior

(310) 271-3306

HUNGER AND HOMELESSNESS

Chrysalis

Operates an employment agency for people on Skid Row

516 S. Main Street

Los Angeles, Calif. 90013

Contact: Benjamin Frey

Need: Volunteers of all types; professional and human resources skills needed

(213) 895-7777

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Food Distribution Center

Distribute food to member charities that feed the hungry

426-A W. Almond Ave.

Orange, Calif. 92666

Contact: Melody Berger

Need: Volunteers of all types to sort food and repackage paper products

(714) 771-1343

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Habitat for Humanity of San Fernando Valley

Builds housing for low-income families for home ownership; assists low-income homeowners with earthquake recovery

7305 Ethel Ave.

North Hollywood, Calif. 91605

Contact: Michelle Roth

Need: Skilled and unskilled people for office work, financial accounting, construction

(818) 765-2073

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Immanuel United Church of Christ

Provides services to families, children and youth to promote education, recreation and support through tutoring, recreation programs, emergency food and clothing and alternative school programs

1785 E. 85th Street

Los Angeles, Calif. 90001

Contact: Rev. Lynne Smouse

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 585-2766

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InfoLine

Provides 24-hour information about human services and resources in Los Angeles, including locations of emergency food and shelter

Phone calls only: (800) 339-6993

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Loaves and Fishes

Assists low-income families and homeless with food and clothing

14525 Delano St., Suite 102

Van Nuys, Calif. 91411

Contact: Barbara Ausburn

Need: Donations of canned foods and clothing

(818) 997-0943

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Lutheran Social Services

Provides all types of social services, including lunches for the homeless and disaster relief assistance

2424 S. Fremont Ave.

Alhambra, Calif. 91803

Contact: Staff

Need: Volunteers of all types

(818) 570-5200

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Shelter Partnerhip

Refers volunteers to other agencies, primarily assisting the homeless

1010 S. Flower St., Suite 400

Los Angeles, Calif. 90015

Contact: Staff

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 743-5837

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United Way of Greater Los Angeles

Provides all types of social services for low-income individuals

621 S. Virgil Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90005

Contact: Aileen Preonas

(213) 736-1300

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YWCA of Greater Los Angeles

Executive Offices

3345 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 300

Los Angeles, Calif. 90010

Contact: Gretchen M. Peterson

(213) 365-2991-1810

LITERACY

Bruggemeyer Memorial Library

ESL Literacy Program

318 S. Ramona Ave.

Monterey Park, Calif. 91754

Contact: Jim Roberts

Need: People to help teach English as a second language

(818) 307-1251

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Carson Public Library

Language Learning Center

151 E. Carson St.

Carson, Calif. 90745

Contact: Ulysses Perez-Flores

Need: Volunteers to receive training to teach literacy to people 16 to 25 years old

(310) 835-3167

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Commerce Public Library

Adult Literacy Program

5655 Jillson Street

Commerce, Calif. 90040

Contact: Kathy Reta

Need: Volunteer tutors to teach reading and writing to adults

(213) 722-7323

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Culver City Adult School

Prepares people to teach reading and writing in literacy programs

4401 Elenda St.

Culver City, Calif. 90230

Contact: Patricia Davis

Need: All kinds of volunteers

(310) 842-4300

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Eastmont Community Center

ESL instruction; citizenship preparation classes; GED classes

701 S. Hoefner Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90022

Contact: Jorg Torres

Need: Volunteers of all types who can help teach ESL and Spanish literacy courses

(213) 726-7998

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El Centro de Accion Social

Teaches math, writing, grammar, spelling, arts and crafts to children grades one to eight

37 E. Del Mar Blvd.

Pasadena, Calif. 91105

Contact: Lydia Fernandez-Palmer

Need: Volunteers to help with summer school programs

(818) 792-3148

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Huntington Park Library

Literacy program for people 18 and older

6518 Miles Ave.

Huntington Park, Calif. 90255

Contact: Maria Alvizu

Need: Volunteer tutors for English language instruction

(213) 583-1462

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Glendale Public Library

Adult Reading Program

222 E. Harvard St.

Glendale, Calif. 91205

Contact: Marta Cervantes

Need: People who can teach reading and writing to adults

(818) 548-6450

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La Verne Public Library

Adult Literacy program

3640 D Street

La Verne, Calif. 91750

Contact: Jan Overton

Need: People to help teach reading and writing to adults

(909) 596-1935

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Long Beach Public Library

Project Read - Adult Literacy Program

560 E. Hill St.

Long Beach, Calif. 90806

Contact: Valerie Spencer

Need: People to receive training as tutors for adult literacy

(310) 570-1051

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Los Angeles Public Library

Adult Reading Project provides private instruction for English-speaking adults

630 West Fifth Street

Los Angeles, Calif. 90071

Contact: Cheryl Collins

Need: Volunteer tutors

(213) 228-7540

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Pasadena Public Library

Literacy Program

285 E. Walnut Street

Pasadena, Calif. 91101

Contact: Irene Martinez

Need: Volunteer tutors to teach basic literacy; training provided

(818) 405-4034

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San Gabriel Valley Literary Council

920 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 525

Pasadena, Calif. 91106

Contact: Staff

Need: Tutor training available for volunteer literacy tutors

(818) 795-7987

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

Asian-American Economic Development Enterprises

808 N. Spring St., Suite 620

Los Angeles, Calif. 90012

Contact: Laura Lee-Chin

Need: Volunteers fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Spanish

(213) 617-5678

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Asian Rehabilitation Services

Provides vocational rehabilitation services to disabled adults; serves L.A. County except South Bay, Long Beach, West L.A. or San Fernando Valley areas

601 S. San Pedro Street

Los Angeles, Calif. 90014

Contact: Brad Onomura

Need: Clerical, packaging, assembling, assisting rehabilitation counselors; training provided

(213) 623-2313

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Asian Youth Center

9032 Mission Drive

(P.O. Box 305)

Rosemead, Calif. 91770

Contact: Nhon Ly

(818) 309-0622

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Center for the Pacific Asian Family

543 N. Fairfax Ave., Room 108

Los Angeles, Calif 90036

Contact: Julie Lee

(213) 653-4042

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Chicana Service Action Center

134 E. 1st St.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90012

Contact: Dorothy Gonzales

(213) 253-5959

(800) 548-2722 bilingual

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Chinatown Service Center

Provides social services to low-income people and people with language barriers

767 No. Hill St., Suite 400

Los Angeles, Calif. 90012

Contact: Ann Ling Mok

Need: Bilingual in English and Cantonese or Mandarin

(213) 680-9956

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Korean Youth and Community Center

2470 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1110

Los Angeles, Calif. 90010

Contact: Staff

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 365-7400

(800) 767-2592

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Search to Involve Filipino Americans

Areas served: Temple City, Echo Park, Silver Lake, Wilshire, Eagle Rock, Carson

3200-A W. Temple St.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90026

Contact: Lurie Johnson

Need: People to help with outreach programs, youth tutoring, bookkeeping, clerical and on various special projects

(213) 382-1819

NATURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

American Oceans Campaign

Various activities involving cleaning up the ocean and shoreline

725 Arizona Ave., Suite 102

Santa Monica, Calif. 90401

Contact: Gretchen Struble

Need: Volunteers for beach cleanup and related activities

(310) 576-6162

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Heal the Bay

Keeping bay areas clean and free of debris

1640 5th St., Suite 204

Santa Monica, Calif. 90401

Contact: Alix Gerosa

Need: Volunteers of all types

(800) 432-5229, ext. 132

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Nursery Nature Walks

An environmental education program for very young children, parents and teachers

1440 Harvard St.

Santa Monica, Calif. 90404

Contact: Judy Burns

Need: People to train to become volunteer naturalists; general office assistance, as well as people who know to use Macintosh computers

(310) 998-1151

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Tree People

A nonprofit environmental organization that brings diverse people together through tree planting projects

12601 Mulholland Drive

Beverly Hills, Calif. 90210

Contact: Jennifer Baron

Need: Volunteers to help at tree planting and care events; general office support (818) 753-4629.

OPERATION SPARKLE

The Office of the Mayor, in conjunction with the Los Angeles Police Department, is coordinating a series of events in October aimed at getting people out of their homes on weekends to clean up Los Angeles.

One of the most extensive community cleanup efforts ever mounted by the city, Operation Sparkle is co-chaired by Mayor Richard Riordan and Police Chief Willie Williams, with more than 120 senior lead officers in the LAPD's Community Policing Department participating.

Operation Sparkle will take place each Saturday during October in four different parts of the city, culminating in a festival held in the parking lot of the L.A. Zoo. Here is the schedule:

* October 1: South-Central Bureau

* October 8: Valley Bureau

* October 15: West Bureau

* October 22: Central Bureau

* October 29: Festival at L.A. Zoo parking lot

For further information, contact the Office of the Mayor at (213) 847-3634.

PRISONERS

CRI-Help Socorro

Provides counseling for parolees

4966 Huntington Drive

Los Angeles, Calif. 90032

Contact: Mike D'agostin

Need: General assistance for a variety of tasks

(213) 222-1440

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Friends Outside

Jail visitation program to help inmates maintain family contacts and assist inmates in making the transition into society

464 E. Walnut St.

Pasadena, Calif. 91101

Contact: Jeanette Bovard

Need: Volunteers of all types

(818) 795-7609

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Jewish Community for Personal Service

Visit prisoners in jail and help assist with their re-entry into society

216 S. Lake Street

L.A., Calif. 90057

Contact: Mark Borovitz

Need: People who can visit prisoners and other general duties

(213) 644-2026

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Pacifica House

Visit inmates and arrange for drug treatment upon release

2501 W. El Segundo Blvd.

Hawthorne, Calif. 90250

Contact: Shirley Summers

Need: General office help, people who can teach and those with computer skills

(213) 754-2816

TEEN-AGERS

Family Crisis Center

Maintains a shelter for battered women and runaway teens

103 W. Torrance Blvd., Suite 101

Redondo Beach, Calif. 90277

Contact: Carol Adelcoff

Need: Answer hot line, general office

(310) 372-4674 or (310) 379-3620

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Families in New Directions

Provides counseling services for individuals and families; offers Scholastic Assessment Test preparation

3761 Stocker Blvd., Suite 210

Los Angeles, Calif. 90008

Contact: Pamela Collins-Roberts

Need: Volunteers of all types

(310) 559-1607

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Project D.A.Y.

Diversion Alternatives for Youth

1020 N. Fair Oaks Ave.

Pasadena, Calif. 91103

Contact: Donna Brown

Need: Volunteers of all types

(818) 798-6749 *

Vista del Mar Child and Fmaily Services

3200 Motor Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90034

Contact: Laura Fuhrman

Need: Volunteers of all types

(310) 836-1223

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Youth and Family Center

Serves Inglewood and South Bay

101 N. La Brea Blvd., Suite 100

Inglewood, Calif. 90301

Contact: Robyn Elliott

Need: Adult role models for pregnant and parenting teens

(310) 671-1222

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Teen Post Administrative Office

Deals with referral of teens from court; operates a large-scale graffiti-removal program

4412 S. Main St.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90037

Contact: Georgia Hunt or Raphael Harris

(213) 232-2411

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Thursday's Child

Provide services to runaways

West Hills, Calif.

Need: Volunteers of all types

Teen Crisis Line: (818) 710-1181

WELLNESS

AIDS Project Los Angeles

Provides information and referral

1313 N. Vine St.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90028

Contact: Pamela Brannon

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 962-1600

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The Alzheimers Assn.

Provides information and referral for families

5979 W. Third St.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90036

Contact: Judy Wunsch

Need: Telephone help, computer and general clerical work

(213) 938-3370

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L.A. Shanti

HIV/AIDS education and support for families and HIV-positive individuals

1616 N. La Brea Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90028

Contact: Richard or Keith

Need: People to provide emotional support and education for people affected by HIV, AIDS and other life-threatening illnesses; Shanti provides the training

(213) 962-8197

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Minority AIDS Project

5149 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90016

Contact: Raynard Price

(213) 936-4949

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society

230 N. Maryland Ave., Suite 303

Glendale, Calif. 91206

Contact: Suzzane Kelleher

Need: Volunteers of all types

(818) 247-1175 or (800) 243-5767

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Assistance League of So. California

Operates a day nursery and provides a wide variety of community and health-related services

1370 N. St. Andrews Place

Los Angeles, Calif. 90028

Contact: Alberta Nelson

(213) 469-1973

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Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

8700 Beverly Blvd.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90048

Contact: Aggie Garell

Need: Volunteers of all types

(310) 855-5231

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Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles

4650 Sunset Blvd.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90027

Contact: Liz Mirzaian

Need: Clerical people during the day

(213) 669-2371

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Easter Seal Society of Los Angeles and Orange County Inc.

Wide variety of programs to help people with disabilities

16946 Sherman Way, Suite 100

Van Nuys, Calif. 91406

Contact: Angela Okey

Need: Volunteers of all types

(818) 996-9902

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Family Service of Los Angeles

Suicide Prevention Center

626 S. Kingsley Drive

Los Angeles, Calif. 90005

Contact: Jay Nagdimon

Need: People to be trained to cover 24-hour suicide prevention hot lines

(213) 381-3626

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Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women

6043 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 200

Los Angeles, Calif. 90028

Contact: Andrea Thompson-Adam

(213) 462-1281

(213) 626-3393 or (310) 392-8381 (hot lines: 24 hours)

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The Maple Center

A nonprofit mental health counseling center

9107 Wilshire Blvd., Lower Level

Beverly Hills, Calif. 90210

Contact: Jeanette Walton

Need: People to answer phones and do basic administrative work

(310) 271-9999, ext. 202

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Mental Health Assn., Los Angeles County

Countywide programs offering services to people recovering from mental illness

1336 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd Floor

Los Angeles, Calif. 90017

Contact: Maryann Stern

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 413-1130

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St. Anne's Maternity Home

A maternity home for mothers under age 18 with babies under age 2.

155 N. Occidental Blvd.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90026

Contact: Joan Bachand

Need: Volunteers of all types

(213) 381-2931

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Step Up On Second

A daytime socialization program for adults who are suffering from and recovering from severe mental illness

Temporary Location

1757 Lincoln Blvd.

Santa Monica, Calif. 90404

Contact: Lisa Mansouri

Need: Office help, help leading groups and help at holiday times

(310) 399-4393

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American Red Cross, Los Angeles Office

2700 Wilshire Blvd.

(P.O. Box 57930)

Los Angeles, Calif. 90057

Contact: Cheryl Dowden

(213) 739-5200

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American Red Cross, Southeast District

Inglewood Service Center

610 N. Eucalyptus Ave.

Inglewood, Calif. 90302

Contact: Dorothy Campbell

(310) 330-7750

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American Red Cross, Los Angeles Central East District

5051 E. 3rd St.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90022

Contact: Zulma Suro

(213) 780-7660

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American Red Cross, Santa Monica Chapter

1450 11th St.

(P.O. Box 1008)

Santa Monica, Calif. 90406

Contact: Martharuth Lefever

(310) 394-3773

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American Red Cross, Southeast District

South Gate Service Center

9200 State St.

South Gate, Calif. 90280

Contact: Derexie Dent (213) 564-5721

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American Red Cross, Burbank District (Los Angeles)

1001 W. Magnolia Blvd.

Burbank, Calif. 91506

Contact: Terry Campbell

(818) 842-5295

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American Red Cross, Valley District Office

Van Nuys Service Center

14717 Sherman Way

Van Nuys, Calif. 91405

Contact: Janice Mayhew

(818) 1700

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