Opportunities and Information 2024

Below you will find a record of opportunities and information that we felt might be helpful to our network. They are in chronological order, starting with the most recent. Opportunities and Information 2021-2023

 

Hacienda Of Hope Peer Respite Program

Located in Long Beach, the house has a wing of four men's rooms and a wing of four women's rooms and two ADA compliant genderless rooms downstairs. Every guest has their own bedroom and shares a bathroom. Stays are typically 3 - 7 days. Each guest develops a recovery plan with the help of one-on-one peer support.

More INFO or call (562) 388-8183

JOCD Incubation Academy

New Cohort begins in July 2024

To date, graduates from the first four cohorts have received more than $32 million in combined capacity-building and Care First Community Investment grants, significantly enhancing their ability to serve the community.

Organizations interested in participating are encouraged to apply on a rolling basis.

More Info and Apply

Reducing Barriers to HUD-Assisted Housing

New proposed rule now open for public comment.
Comments are due no later than June 10, 2024

Reducing Barriers to HUD-Assisted Housing: The proposed rule would amend the regulations for certain HUD public housing and housing programs through revising existing regulations that govern admission for applicants with criminal records or a history of involvement with the criminal justice system and eviction or termination of assistance of persons on the basis of illegal drug use, drug-related criminal activity, or other criminal activity.

More Info and Comment

Care First Budget Survey

Imagine a budget for L.A. County that’s crafted by our communities, for our communities.
Instead of investing public money in systems that harm Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities, L.A. County can redirect investments towards resources that uplift, equip, and empower our marginalized communities.

Make your voice heard, Take the SURVEY

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

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

More Info

Olive Support Services

In-Person Volunteer Positions Needed:

  • Therapist
  • Tutor/Mentor
  • Community Engagement Support

If interested, please contact info@olivesupportservices.org or call 661-941-8688

More Info

 

Opportunities for success!

Are you justice-involved and between the ages of 18-24? Let us help you get back on track. The Growth Opportunity program is here to provide you with a pathway to a steady career!

For more information about this program, contact wdd-adult@coalitionrcd.org or call (213) 763-5951 or to APPLY

15+ Tips To Get A Job With A Criminal Record in 2024

To make your job search easier and more efficient, we’ve compiled a guide to help you navigate job-hunting with a criminal record, including:

  • 7 Job Search and Application Tips for Ex-Offenders
  • 7 Resume and Cover Letter Tips for Former Convicts
  • 3 Tips for Background Checks and Interviews
  • 11+ Industries That Hire Employees With Criminal Records

See the GUIDE 

Mayor's Office Community Safety Survey

The survey will help develop the City of Los Angeles's Blueprint for Community Safety

Take the Survey

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.