Central and South  Los Angeles ADRC

No Wrong Door

Children are not things to be molded but are people to be unfolded.

To provide a No Wrong Door Service Philosophy with a comprehensive network of support and services for people with disabilities, seniors, older adults, their families and caregivers in the Los Angeles Region.

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Food Assistance

We offer assistance to individuals to apply for food assistance programs.

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Housing Assistance

Provide assistance navigating the housing and rental process like applications, property manager disputes, implementing reasonable accommodation requests, and finding affordable housing programs.

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Transition Assistance

Provide Assistance in moving from one living setting to another setting that best meets one’s needs or allows participants to stay in their own home rather than move.

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Happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue.

Central and South Los Angeles ADRC

The Central and South Los Angeles ADRC team was established in July of 2020, and is head quartered in historic Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA).

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211 LA

The Contact and Referral Center for the ADRC

The Contact and Referral Center for the ADRC

211 LA (or 211 LA County) is A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving all of Los Angeles County with connections to health and human services. 211 LA provides information and referrals to the services that best meet individual needs, through our 24 hour 2-1-1 call line, or through our website and chat. 211 LA also provides special programs including outreach, service navigation and care coordination to assist people with accessing services.

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Who can be served by the ADRC of Los Angeles?

The ADRC of Los Angeles is a region-wide resource for everyone, regardless of income level.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Aging and Disability Resource Connection is a new partnership between 211, Agency Area on Aging (AAA), and an Independent Living Center—Communities Actively Living Independent and Free (CALIF). We are here to make things easier for persons living with disabilities and persons over 60

We are focusing our efforts on what is known as Long Term Care Needs. Long Term Care can be many things: housing, benefits, In-Home Support Services, Community Living, Enhanced Information and Referral, Hospice, Home Modification, and much more.

If you live with any form/type of disability, of any age or a senior of 60 years or older, you are eligible.