Community Schools Kickoff

The Community Schools pilot launched in September 2019 and is underway at 15 high schools across the county that serve as hubs for a range of support services for students and their families. Each campus is provided with a full-time program specialist to coordinate services from participating agencies and a full-time educational community worker to support parent engagement. The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) created a video from the Community School Initiative's Kickoff Event. Watch now to learn more.
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Explore Justice

Explore Justice is a video series designed to help us unpack and examine the current and historical perspectives that shape social justice. Start your social justice journey by clicking the button below. 


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Live Hotline

Dial 2-1-1 24 hours a day to connect with trained advisors and receive information and referrals to address your situation and needs.

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Online Services

Search 211 LA’s resource database and chat with Community Resource Advisors to connect with services. 

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Linkage Support

Receive follow-up support, referrals and advocacy from Outreach Coordinators to connect with services.

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Community Outreach

Education on 211 LA's programs and services for schools and community groups. Remote options available during COVID-19.


CSI Referral & Provider Form

As part of the Los Angeles County Community Schools Initiative Program (CSI), 211 LA has Outreach Coordinators available to support families in need of immediate resources (food, shelter, utility assistance, and much more) who have a child enrolled in one of the fifteen school districts. This form is to request  assistance from the 211LA CSI Outreach team, who will contact you using the information that you provide. Providers Click Here


Connect Via Chat

Have more questions? or need help finding resources? Chat with a 211 LA Community Resource Advisor now:
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Combatting Hate

In partnership with Los Angeles County’s Commission on Human Relations and Department of Mental Health, 211 LA hosts a hotline for individuals who have been victims or witnesses to acts of bullying or incidents motivated by hate or discrimination based on how a person's perceived race/ethnicity, religion, ancestry, country of origin, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. Anyone who has experienced these acts can receive referrals to services, and follow up from a Care Coordinator to support them with connecting with services. 211 LA's Community School Outreach Coordinators can provide education and training to schools and families on when, how, and why to make a report.


Click below to help combat bullying and receive support by filing a report on hate incidents happening in your school.
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