The Teri G. Muse Family Service Center offers transportation assistance for individuals who need assistance for case management, non-medical emergency, food shopping/ food bank, job search, medical and shelter. All transportation assistance is on first come first serve basis and individuals are eligible only once per month. For additional information contact the Family Service Center office.
The hygiene program is offered to individuals and families every Thursday. Eligible participants may receive items such as toiletries, baby supplies and any other personal hygiene items that are available. All hygiene items are available on the first come first serve basis and individuals are eligible only once per month. For additional information contact the Family Service Center office.
The Family Service Center accepts donations of good used clothing that is in wearable condition. Clients can access the used clothing bin on Mondays from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. Clients are allowed to take as much clothing they need, providing they can use it.
It is our goal to improve the quality of life for our residents especially in a time of crisis or difficult personal challenge. With this mission, we have partnered with several new agencies that share the same goal to reach the Baldwin Park community. The following agencies have been providing services at the Family Service Center since Spring.
MAPS 4 College is non-profit organization which helps students graduate from high school, get accepted to a college, attend and graduate from college, gain job readiness skills, find a satisfying career and acquire life sustaining skills. Through its College Preparatory Mentoring Project (CPMP), MAPS provides students a unique hands-on learning experience that will have a positive and lasting impact on them and the community. For more information please call (310) 487-1228.
The Family Service Center is proud to announce a partnership with Kaiser Permanente for a reading program. The program is open to children in 1st and 2nd grade. The programs focus is on children on the enjoyment of reading and improvement in their writing and vocabulary. The Program meets Wednesdays from 3:00pm to 4:30pm. For more information please call (626) 814-6400.