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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Job Training, Vocational Rehabilitation

Mission: 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.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Board Member

Rating: 5

Working for LAHH gives me a gift to see first hand how work with all of its tasks, demands, joys, accomplishments, time, and energy builds a person, first and foremost how this work builds me. Work is a path of love therefore what I do each day for LAHH, be it pay an invoice, make a phone call, provide on the job support, or something else gives me the chance to build my life and the life of another person. We recruit and hire people who otherwise would be without a job, without a place to make their contribution.

Board Member

Rating: 5

I have worked with MANY non-profit organizations in the past. LAHH is one whose mission is particularly relevant for the reality we are living today. I encourage EVERYONE to get involved and help in any way you can! Spread the word about this GREAT organization!