Transitional Housing, Families

Accelerated Learning & Living Program (A.L.L.)

No Walk-ins, please.

The Accelerated Learning and Living (A.L.L.) transitional housing and job development program offers 12 to 18 months of affordable and independent living.

The 24-unit, three story, apartment complex, includes 21 one-bedroom units and 3 two-bedroom units. Additional amenities include: indoor courtyard, private parking, and a laundry room on each of the three floors.

Families enrolled in the A.L.L. program receive assistance with locating permanent housing and financial management techniques while they focus on accomplishing their educational and career goals.

Supportive Services

  • Mandatory, weekly case management
  • Mandatory Life Skills seminars
  • Tuition/textbook assistance
  • Childcare assistance
  • Transportation assistance
  • Food assistance
  • Counseling referrals
  • Advocacy
  • Permanent housing resources, referrals, AND placement
  • Desk-top computer, printer, and internet access in every unit

Program Requirements

  • Homelessness
  • Have at least one minor child (under 18)
  • GED/High School Diploma
  • Be enrolled in a higher
    educational program (college or trade school)
  • No recent domestic violence
  • Have a minimum of one year sobriety (if applicable)

Intake Process

The intake process consists of the following:

  • Initial telephone screening to determine eligibility

Required Documents

  • Program Application
  • Homeless Documentation
  • Criminal release
  • Drivers license or state identification card
  • Identification for adults
  • Credit check release
  • Social security card for all members of household
  • Birth certificate for children
  • Proof of income:  (Notice of Action, Pay Stub Letter from employer)
  • College Transcripts
  • HS/GED/College)
  • Current class schedule
  • Immunization Record
  • Recent TB skin test

For enrollment, call Karina Euceda-Lopez, Case Manager, 310-831-5729