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Justice Connect Hotline

The Los Angeles County Justice, Care and Opportunities Department (JCOD) is here to connect you to services now — including housing, employment, substance use help and more.

Call the helpline at 833-522-5263 from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days a week

The Community Reentry Center (CRC) at DOORS provides an array of comprehensive supportive services to address the barriers to reentry for justice- involved individuals, particularly those on adult felony supervision, their families and the community.

Such services include but are not limited to

  • housing,
  • employment,
  • legal aid,
  • educational support, mental health assessment and linkage,
  • substance use counseling,
  • health and healing through the arts.

The services are provided in a welcoming environment by county partners and community-based organizations that are considered leaders in reentry and experienced professionals with high risk communities. An inclusive community where everyone impacted by the justice system can thrive and fully participate in society.

DOORS line at (323) 730-4442
Monday- Thursday 8am-4pm, Friday 8am-12pm (Speak to a live person from DOORS team to take referral over the phone) Or Friday from 8am-12pm to leave a message on the voicemail that is followed up within 2 hours by DOORS Administrative Team.

3965 Vermont Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90037 3rd Floor Reception: 323-730-4442 jcoddoorsforms@jcod.lacounty. gov

211 LA

211 LA's Resource Team maintains and curates a database of approximately 50,000 health and social services available to Los Angeles County residents for free or low cost. These services include housing, transportation, employment, legal assistance, mental health, food and more.

Click here to find what you need!

LARRP Partner
Chances For Change has a Resource Center

Daily 9:00am - 4:00pm Mon-Fri
1709 W. Manchester Ave.LA, CA 90047
(323) 997-4419

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California Launches New Opioid Resource Website

 

California launched a new, comprehensive opioid website that gives Californians a single resource for prevention, data, treatment, and support information. The website, OPIOIDS.CA.GOV, is part of Governor Newsom’s multi-pronged approach to connect Californians with information to prevent and reduce overdoses and deaths and support those struggling with substance use and addiction.

All Californians should visit OPIOIDS.CA.GOV to learn more and help us spread awareness and save lives. Together we can make a difference in combating this crisis.

We are also interested in hearing feedback from our partners about this new resource as we continue to iterate and improve the website. Please share your thoughts or comments with us at CommsOutreach@cdph.ca.gov.