Los Angeles Habilitation House

Rating: 5 stars   10 reviews


2041 San Gabriel Ave., Ste 43 Long Beach CA 90810 USA


Los Angeles Habilitation House was founded by Guido Piccarolo and Nancy Albin in January 2005. LAHH is a 501c3 Non-profit organization operating in Long Beach, California at the Villages of Cabrillo. Our Mission is to create and maintain jobs Opportunities for individuals with disabilities that will help them to develop, express, and apply their talents and maximize their contribution to the community and society at large as well as our veterans who come back from war and suffer from PTSD and TBI. LAHH is committed to realizing its mission through the companionship of Work program. The program entails in-depth assessment, in-house training, and full time employment for persons with developmental disabilities.

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Rating: 5 stars  

8 people found this review helpful

Nancy and Guido are genuine caring people since I have started working with them in August 2009, I have learned a lot not in just the working field aspect of things, but of the other side of it. That is the nurturing and caring part about people no matter what is going on with them. Showing someone you care goes a long way in life. I believe in this company and I believe they will succeed with a little love and support. I wish you my best! Jessicag

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Keep up the good work that they provide to the community of Long Beach, CA as well as help the working class society stay afloat. LAHH, is the only standardized cleaning system in the world that has made environmental protection a priority for the continued health of people and our planet.

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A little goes a long way; I hope you can find it in your heart to support our cause because it is a really good one.