Family Literacy Programs

Family Literacy Programs


The program provides a maternity home for pregnant or parenting and unmarried teens ages 13 through 18. The program also accepts teens who are at risk of becoming pregnant and who do not have any children. Services include teen pregnancy prevention, right to life counseling, family literacy programs, and a residential program. There are no geographic restrictions.

The residential program provides 32-bed center and a comprehensive program of services for pregnant or parenting teens. The program includes medical management of the pregnancy through prenatal, delivery, and postpartum care in coordination with The Good Samaritan Hospital; individual and group counseling to help the resident explore the options of adoption or keeping the baby, deal with her feelings and relationships, and develop plans for her future.

Services for residents include counseling for residents' parents and boyfriends; casework services utilizing the Wraparound multidisciplinary case management model. Residents may attend the on-grounds New Village Charter High School program which, along with other schools, offers a full junior and senior high school curriculum as well as optional vocational training courses and parenting classes. The residence also provides recreational programs and activities, and spiritual support in each resident's own faith. Residents share dormitory-style rooms; the facility also includes recreation and game rooms.

The Bogen Family Center includes an early education and day care program for residents' children as well as preschoolers from the surrounding community. Family support services and family literacy programs are provided. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call for information or to apply for service. Applicants must have or being willing to open a case with Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) or the Probation Department. For emergency intake during the weekend, 2-1-1 staff phone the confidential phone number for availability. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE Fees are paid through the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) or the Probation Department.
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155 N. Occidental Blvd.

Los Angeles , CA 90026 (Physical)

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Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm.

Service/Intake and Administration

(213) 381-2931


(213) 381-7804


(213) 381-2931 ext 273 (Mental Health Services Intake) (213) 381-2931 ext 450 (Early Learning Center)

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