Resources Available to You
If you are struggling, you are not alone. God hears your prayers and cares about your needs. We work to assist people facing hard times and to equip men, women and families to overcome homelessness, hunger, poverty, addiction and abuse. Here are some of the services we offer:
Walk-in care for symptoms including headaches, neck or back pain and muscle tightness.
Call 213.273.7030 for more information.
New and nearly new clothing for children and adults.
First Thursday of every month 8:30am-4pm
Dream Center Campus near Waterloo main entrance.
One-year residential program includes help to overcome addiction and other life-controlling issues. More Information
Walk-in food assistance for men, women and families.
Dream Center Food Bank is located at the Waterloo main entrance.
*Must be in line by 11:15am to receive food.
Mobile Food Truck delivering groceries to the community.
9:40am Edgeware Elementary
9:40am Bonnie Brae
1:30pm Plaza del Sol
1:30pm 3203 Glenn Ave
1:45pm 114th & Success
2:30pm 88th & Avalon
2:40pm Venice & New Hampshire
3:00pm Brannick & Dozier
9:40am Lincoln Heights
9:40am Hoover St. Elementary
1:30pm 20th & Oak
1:30pm 28th & San Pedro
1:45pm Success & 94th
1:45pm Drew Street & Estara
1:45pm 54th & Compton
3:00pm Rosemont Elementary
9:30am Logan Elementary
9:40am 1st St & Chicago St.
1:15pm 101 st & Grape
1:30pm 41st & San Pedro
1:45pm Ramona Gardens
2:45 pm 76th & Broadway
1:30pm 5th & Union
1:30pm MacArthur Park
1:45pm 115th & Gorman
2:30pm 104th & Compton
10:30am Lord of Harvest
10:30am Bonnie Brae & Santa Ynez
10:45am William Mead
10:45am Koreatown 8th & Normandie
Foster Care Intervention
Help to reunite children in foster care with their families. Must have open case with Department of Children and Family Services. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 213.273.7029 for more information.
G.E.D. Community Class
Help to earn your General Equivalency Diploma to open doors for employment and higher learning. Please call 213.273.7040
Hot Dog Outreach
Hot meals served to the homeless who live under freeway bypasses, bridges and parks.
Tuesday: 5pm-7pm 5th St & Crocker
Wednesday: 1pm-3pm Skid Row
Friday: 1pm-3pm Skid Row/VOA
Saturday: 11am Hollywood
Hot meals served in our diner for the community.
Monday-Friday: 6:15am, 3:45pm, and Sundays at 1:30pm
Dream Center Diner
Medical care provided through a partnership with CityHelp
Dream Center Campus
Transitional Family Housing Program
Food, shelter and help for homeless families so they can move on to stable housing. Please call 213.273.7051