Mission: A behavioral counseling therapeutic center giving aide to needy women, children and users.
Programs: Achievements2014-2015 fiscal year achievementto this date tnyc has achieved the following:there were approximately 115 certificates of successful completion granted to participants of substance abuse education and counseling, anger management, coping skills, parenting skills, domestic violence and relapse prevention classes. Transitional subsidized employment program from gain participants remains active. The internship hours with our collaborating partner, charles r. Drew university of medicine and science provided to their students, continue to grow. The foodbank program has served over 400 recipients. The parent advocacy program in collaboration with the black community task force has helped in the family reunification of at least over 305 children who were detained by the los angeles county department of children and family services. Tnycs a bundle of joy family childcare continues to assist parents of children in the childcare to cope and deal with daily lifes issues through hands-on parenting skills. The victim of crime program has served over 35 victims. The transitional shelter program housed at least 40 women and their children. Our 2 dcfs-approved monitors have conducted monitored visits between 15 parents and their children. The reduction of mental health stigma among somalia and other african under represented populations (urep) through the los angeles county department of mental health was launched in september 2014. Transportation assistance program through fame has served over 100 recipients.
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This organization's nonprofit status may have been revoked or it may have merged with another
organization or ceased operations.
This Non-profit Organization is located at the heart of South Central, Los Angeles, CA. It is a very small organization with a big heart. Since 2005, this Center is serving one of the most destitute and under- served communities in the nation.
The Center receives small grants from the State of California and the Los Angeles County. Nevertheless, the organization helps a large number of community members who are victims of drug addiction & Alcoholisim.
The Program Director is full of passion to bring compelling effect within this community.