The LEADERS Training Academy

Leading, Engaging, Advocating, Demonstrating, Enhancing and Expanding Reentry Systems

The LEADERS Training Academy is a project funded by The Hilton Foundation. Its' purpose is to provide capacity to the formerly incarcerated, the people who have been closest to the problem but the furthest away from the solutions.

LARRP is proud to have on board these amazing individuals, members of our third cohort, divided into three teams:

  • Integrated Health,
  • Education, and
  • Employment

They all have lived experience and are change agents. They are the LEADERS Training Academy. The LEADERS have made progressive strides in their role to impact the community and their peers.

Meet the LARRP LEADERS 2024 Cohort# 3

LARRP, Amity Partner with US Labor Department on new Grant

February 2023, We are thrilled to announce that the Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP) has partnered with Amity Foundation on their grant with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Growth Opportunities program. The project aims to prepare justice-involved young adults for employment by providing education, training, paid work experience, leadership development, and mentorship. The ultimate goal is to support justice-involved individuals in accessing equitable career opportunities.

LARRP will provide leadership development, conflict resolution, and mentoring services to Los Angeles participants. Mentoring services will include weekly to monthly group and one-on-one mentoring support and conflict resolution training to equip participants with conflict management skills and applied experience as community mediators.

LARRP will work with other organizations to recruit and accept referrals for participants. The Leaders Training Academy program will provide monthly training, community engagement activities, and education and awareness support services to build participants' positive self-perceptions and identify participants' areas of personal interest, strengths, goals, and areas for growth. The services will address the social determinants of health, facilitation skills, public speaking, and health and stigma reduction for individuals who are justice-involved.


D.O.O.R.S Community Reentry Center

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

If you or someone you know are seeking services from any of the D.O.O.R.S. providers from the Fact Sheet, please complete the Community Referral Form
Once completed, please upload the form to the link below.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, feel free to contact Evelyn Garcia
D.O.O.R.S Community Reentry Center Orientations

Learn about the services at D.O.O.R.S; Housing, Employment, Legal Assistance, Education, Anger Management classes, Parenting classes, and more!

Thursdays 2 PM-3 PM Via ZOOM
Meeting Id: 836-3062-3920 (No Password Required) Call-In Number: 1-669-900-9128