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1 MEDI-CAL MEDI-CAL April 2011 April 2011 PROVIDER PROVIDER DIRECTORIO DE PROVEEDORES DIRECTORIO DE PROVEEDORES Los Angeles County Los Angeles County

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS/ÍNDICE Introduction/Introducción A INTRODUCTION Community Resource List B (Lista de Recursos en la Comunidad) Licensed Community Clinic Directory C (Directorio de Centros Comunitarios con Licencia) Primary Care Directory/Alphabetical by City D (Directorio de Médicos Primarios en lista alfabetica por ciudad) Hospital Directory E (Directorio de Hospitales) Vision Provider Directory/Alphabetical by City F (Directorio de Proveedores de Visión en lista alfabetica por ciudad) Pharmacy Directory/Alphabetical by City G (Directorio de Farmacias en lista alfabetica por ciudad) Index of Primary Care Doctors H (Índice de Médicos Primarios) A-1

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4 INTRODUCTION Choosing your Primary Care Physician (PCP) When you enroll with Care1st Health Plan, you will select a Primary Care Physician, ( PCP ); a PCP is a doctor who will be your personal doctor. Your PCP will be the doctor you will see when you are sick and he/she will send you to a specialist and coordinate your health care whenever you need it. You must always see your PCP each time you need medical care unless it is an emergency. Each family member may pick the same or a different PCP/doctor or clinic. Remember that all family members must choose a PCP/doctor. INTRODUCTION The doctors listed in this directory are by the city they work in. You can also go to the back of the directory to find a list of the doctors by their last names. The doctor s provider number is a very important number (this number is located directly under the doctor s name). Please make sure to write this number on your enrollment form. If your current doctor is not listed, call Care1st Health Plan. You may need to choose a new doctor. Types of PCP s/doctors The list below will help you learn what each specialty /type of PCP means so you can choose the best doctor for you and your family: DOCTOR SPECIALTY Family Practice General Practice Internal Medicine Obstetrician (OB/GYN) Pediatrician MEMBERS DOCTOR USUALLY SEE For the whole family For the whole family Adults Women Children To pick a PCP: Look in this book for a doctor in the city where you live Pick a doctor for you and your family members Write the Doctor ID (Identification) Number or the name of the doctor (s) you choose for you and your family on the Medi-Cal Health Plan Choice Form. Sign your name on the Medi-Cal Health Plan Choice Form Check to make sure you filled out the Medi-Cal Health Plan Choice Form completely. Mail your completed Medi-Cal Health Plan Choice Form in the self-addressed, stamped envelope included with your packet. Call Care1st Member Services at , if you are already a member and want to change your doctor, or if you want help to become a member. The PCP and Medical /IPA you choose, decide which specialists you can go to and where you will get other specialty services like vision and hospital care. To find out which Medical /IPA your doctor is with, check under the doctor s name in the directory. EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS If this symbol (*) is shown next to a doctor s name, this means the doctor cannot take any new member at this time. However, if this doctor is already your doctor, please call Care1st at IPA (Independent Physician Association) is a group of PCPs, specialists, and other health care providers that work together. PCP (Primary Care Provider) is a personal doctor. The PCP takes care of health care needs and works with members to keep them healthy. The PCP will also make specialty referrals when medically necessary. A-3

5 INTRODUCTION Some hospitals and other providers do not provide one or more of the following services that may be covered under your plan and that you or your family member might need: family planning; contraceptive services, including emergency contraception; sterilization including tubal-ligation at the time of labor and delivery; infertility treatments; or abortion. Call Care1st Member Services at to ensure that you can get the health care services that you need. For help in locating a Nurse Midwife in your area, please contact the American College of Nurse Midwives electronic Practice Locator Service at MIDWIFE ( ). You will be asked to enter your ZIP code, and you will be provided with the name, address and telephone number of the Nurse Midwife (or Midwives) closest to your area. MEMBER IDENTIFICATION CARD As a Member of Care1st Health Plan you will receive a Member Identification Card like the one pictured below. You will need to show this card each time you see your doctor, get your prescriptions (medicine), use the emergency room, or see your eye doctor. Keep this card with you at all times. When you get your ID Card, please make sure that it is correct. If not, call Care1st Health Plan Member Services Department at Monday through Friday 8 AM to 6 PM and we will make the changes and send you a new card. DO NOT THROW YOUR MEDI-CAL (BIC) CARD AWAY You will need to use your Medi-Cal card to see your Medi-Cal dentist and to get other services that are not covered by Care1st Health Plan. Care1st Health Plan Member Service Department Care1st Member Service Department is here for you when you have questions about your health plan, want to change your doctor, or have a complaint about your doctor or the plan. The Member Service Department is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. After-Hours or Urgent Care Sometimes you or your child gets ill after hours. You are not sure if you can wait until your doctor s office opens. Urgent care services are available when you are within or outside of Care1st Service Area. Urgent Care Services are those services needed to prevent the serious deterioration of one s health from an unforeseen medical condition or injury. For urgent care, or after-hours, follow these steps: STEP 1: Call your PCP. Another doctor may answer your call if your PCP is not available. A doctor is available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. STEP 2: Tell the person who answers the phone that you are a Care1st Health Plan member. STEP 3: Ask to speak to your PCP or the doctor on-call. Tell the doctor what has happened and follow his/her instructions. Call Care1st Health Plan at anytime if you cannot contact your PCP. Remember: If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911 for emergency help or go immediately to the closest emergency room. A-4

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8 TABLE OF CONTENTS/ÍNDICE Introduction/Introducción A INTRODUCTION Community Resource List B (Lista de Recursos en la Comunidad) Licensed Community Clinic Directory C (Directorio de Centros Comunitarios con Licencia) Primary Care Directory/Alphabetical by City D (Directorio de Médicos Primarios en lista alfabetica por ciudad) Hospital Directory E (Directorio de Hospitales) Vision Provider Directory/Alphabetical by City F (Directorio de Proveedores de Visión en lista alfabetica por ciudad) Pharmacy Directory/Alphabetical by City G (Directorio de Farmacias en lista alfabetica por ciudad) Index of Primary Care Doctors H (Índice de Médicos Primarios) A-7

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65 Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles If you need to refer a patient to a community based organization or agency, please fax the CLAS referral form to (323) Once a referral is received, CLAS Department will monitor member s attendance to the program. Providers will be informed by fax whether the member attended to the program. Please keep in mind that you need to maintain information provided by Care1st in the member s chart for reference. Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Contact Cost Languages Program Title Contact Co Adoption/Foster Care Children's Bureau of Southern California 1529 E. Palmdale Blvd., Suite 210 (661) Varies E, Sp Palmdale Oakwood Ave. (323) Varies E, Sp Los Angeles Magnolia Ave. (213) Varies E, Sp Los Angeles Ramona Blvd. (626) Varies E, Sp Baldwin Park Offers Adoption, Foster Care, and Child Abuse Prevention Independent Adoption Center (800) Varies E, Sp 5777 W Century Blvd # Los Angeles Center for Infertile Couples & Singles Seeking to Adopt Pregnant Women Seeking Adoptive Parents Kinship Center (626) Varies E 127 N. Madison, Suite 207 Pasadena Adoption, Foster Family, & Relative Care (Specialized in Minority Population) Los Angeles County Department of Children & Family Services (800) Call for Cost E 425 Shatto Places Los Angeles Adoption Programs, Foster Care, Support Services & Resources African American Institute of Black Parenting (310) Free E, Sp S. La Cienega Blvd., Suite 129, 233 & 470 Inglewood 4 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

66 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Contact Cost Languages Program Title Contact Cost Hispanic/Latino Latino Family Institute (626) Free E, Sp 1501 W. Cameron Avenue, Suite 240 West Covina Adoption & Foster Care. Specialized in placement of Latino Children Community Wellness Champions of Caring Connections (310) Call for Cost E 4513 E. Compton Blvd., Compton Child & Family Guidance Center (818) Call for Cost E, Sp 9650 Zelzah Ave. Northridge Children s Defense Fund California (213) Call for Cost E 1625 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 701 Los Angeles Works towards Reducing the Numbers of Neglected, Sick, Uneducated, and Poor Children through Research, Pubic Education Campaigns, Budget, and Policy Advocacy City Help, Inc. (213) Free E, Sp 2301 Bellevue Ave., Los Angeles The Mobile Medical Clinic goes out to various homeless shelters and poverty-stricken neighborhoods in the surrounding communities, including Skid Row, to give the uninsured access to free health care Community Health Alliance of Pasadena 1855 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Suite 200 (626) Free E, Sp Pasadena Provides primary medical and dental services to low-income, uninsured children and adults who live in Pasadena and surrounding communities Community Integration Services, Inc. (818) Call for Cost E, Sp Balboa Blvd., Granada Hills Preventive Health, Lifelong Learning Opportunities, & Social/Recreation Activities 5 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

67 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Contact Cost Languages Families in Good Health (562) Call for Cost E, Sp 411 E. 10th Street, Suite 207 Long Beach Provides Health and Nutrition Education, Child Abuse Prevention, Elderly Program, Prenatal Outreach, Tobacco Control Cultural Access to Health Care Cultural Awareness for Health Care Providers Provides Free Outreach Programs JWCH Institute, Inc., (213) Call for Cost E 1910 W. Sunset Blvd., Suite 650 Los Angeles Offers Medical Outreach and Referrals for Medical Care, Health Education, and Research Maternal & Child Health Access (213) Call for Cost E, Sp 1111 W. 6th St #4 Floor Los Angeles N-Action Family Network (562) Call for Cost E, Sp P.O. Box La Mirada Provides intervention, mentoring, enrichment opportunities At Risk and economically challenged students via life skills. Women in Transition Support s National Health Foundation (213) Call for Cost E, Sp 515 S. Figueroa St, #1300 Los Angeles Pacific Institute for Women s Health (213) Call for Cost E 3440 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 205 Los Angeles Offers Access to Safe Reproductive Technology and Abortion Improve Protection against STD and HIV. Eliminate Gender-Based Violations of Human Rights Salvation Army (310) Call for Cost E, Sp 125 W. Beryl Street, Redondo Beach Salvation Army (310) Call for Cost E, Sp, Tag 4223 Emerald Street, Torrance Offers Emergency Food and Referral to Shelters and Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation 6 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

68 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Contact Cost Languages Special Services for s (213) Call for Cost E, Sp 605 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 600 Los Angeles Provides a Broad Way of Human Services to Ethnic Minority Communities and s, Characterized by Language Barriers, High Rates of Poverty, and Other Risk Factors Westside Family Health Center (310) Call for Cost E, Sp 1711 Ocean Park, Blvd., Santa Monica Worksite Wellness LA (213) Call for Cost E, Sp 520 West 23rd St Los Angeles African American African American Community Center (323) Call for Cost E 944 W. 53rd St. Los Angeles Provides Social Services Support and Information to the African American Community Black Women for Wellness (323) Varies E P.O. BOX Los Angeles Offers Kitchen Diva's, Metamorphosis, Sister's in motion, Tea and Technology, and Eight California Black Women's Health Project (310) Call for Cost E 101 N. La Brea, #610 Inglewood Focuses on Empowering Black Women to Take Personal Responsibility for their Own Health and to Advocate for Changes in Policies Coalition of 100 Black Women (323) Call for Cost E P.O. Box Los Angeles Promotes Activities to Encourage and Support Black Women Community Health Councils (323) Call for Cost E 3731 Stocker St., Ste 201 Los Angeles Language 7 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

69 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Contact Cost Languages Great Beginnings for Black Babies (323) ext 29 Free E, Sp 3311 W. Manchester Blvd., #301 Inglewood Provides Services for Pregnant Women Food, Clothing, Transportation, Housing Referral, and Parenting Classes. Services offer to Kids ages 1-5 Healthy African American Families (323) Free E, Sp 3756 Santa Rosalia Dr., Suite 320 Los Angeles Commits to Enhancing the Quality of Care and Advancing Social Progress through Education, Training, and Collaborating with Community, Academia, Researchers, and Government & Provides Information and Referrals to People Who Believe their Rights Have Been Violated Serves Ethnic League of African American Women (310) Call for Cost E 454 E. Carson Plaza Drive Carson Dedicates to Health and Education Related Issues Affecting the African American Community Los Angeles Urban League (323) Call for Cost E 5414 Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles Provides Social Services such as Job Placement, Career Management, Head Start Preschool, and Youth Development to the Community National Association for the (323) Call for Cost E Advancement of Colored People Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite 202 Los Angeles Provides Information and Referrals to People Who Believe their Rights Have Been Violated Serves Ethnic s The African Community Resource Center (213) Varies E, Sp, Fa, A, R 3540 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 804 Los Angeles Provides Domestic Violence, Shelter Homes, Food Distribution, Transportation, Family Violence, Counseling, Healthy Family Program, and 24 Hours Crisis Hotline (800) American Indian American Indian Healing Center (562) Free E E. Washington Blvd., Whittier Offers a full range of services which include Chronic Disease Management, Health Maintenance, Health Screenings, Women s Health, Immunizations, Laboratory Diagnostics, Minor Procedures, Medications, First Aid and Referrals 8 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

70 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Contact Cost Languages Los Angeles American Indian Health (213) Call for Cost E 1125 W. 6th St., Los Angeles Provides Public Health Services and Access to Free and Low Cost Quality Health Care The Primary Program Services are Comprehensive Case-Management, Public Health nursing, providing access to health services and prevention education Southern California Indian Center (213) Call for Cost E 3440 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 904 Los Angeles Special Programs Include Indian Child and Family Services, Job Training, Senior Programs, and Tutoring for Indian Students in Grades K-12 Armenian/Iranian/Russian Armenian Relief Society, Inc. (818) Free E, A, Fa, R 517 W. Glenoaks Blvd., Glendale Provides Employment, Immigration, Counseling, English as a Second Language Class (ESL), Referral, Translation, and Advocacy Asian/Pacific Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches (888) Free E, K, J, Ch, V 244 S. San Pedro St., Ste 503 Los Angeles National Marrow Donor Program, Interpretation, Counseling from Bilingual Psychotherapists, and Provide Translated Materials Asian Pacific Health Care Venture (323) Varies Ch, Kh, T, J 1530 Hillhurst Ave. #200 Los Angeles Services provide Primary Care, Prenatal, Women's Health, Youth, Senior Health, HIV/AIDS, and Health Plans Asian Youth Center (626) Varies E, Sp, Ch 100 W. Clary Ave. San Gabriel After School Program, Summer School Programs Programs Provide Education, Health, Chinese School, Asian Youth Center LA, and Teen Programs Cambodian Association of America (562) Free E, Sp, Kh, Tag 2390 Pacific Ave. Long Beach Offers Counseling, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Family Enrichment Services, and a Cambodian Senior Center 9 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

71 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Title Contact Cost Languages Contact Cost Chinatown Service Center (213) Varies E, Sp, V 767 N. Hill St., Ste 400 Los Angeles Offers Counseling, Family Health Clinic, Child Development Center, Youth Programs, Community Health Center and Social Services Chinese American Association of (909) Call for Cost E, Ca & M Chino Hills Founders Drive, Chino Hills Offers Health Seminars, Chinese school for adults & children Korean American Family Service Center (213) Call for Cost E, K 3727 W. Sixth St., Suite 509 Los Angeles Offers Counseling and Application Assistance for Healthy Families Program Korean Resource Center (323) Varies E, K 900 S. Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles Offers Legal Counsel, Tax Report, Permanent Resident Ship Renewal, Citizenship, Education, and Summer Program for Youth Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (323) Call for Cost E 1102 Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles Free Legal Assistance to Low Income Communities. Specializes in Consumer and Family Law and Assistance to Asian/Pacific Islander Communities Little Tokyo Service Center, Inc., (213) Call for Cost E, J 231 E. 3rd St., #G106 Los Angeles Serves the Needs of the Elderly, Low Income, Non-English Speaking, and Disabled Local Community Provides Culturally Sensitive and Linguistically Appropriate Social Services including Domestic Violence Programs, Translations, and Support s South Asian Network (562) Call for Cost E S. Pioneer Blvd., Suite I, 2nd Floor Artesia Multilingual Culturally Appropriate Program of Directed Service, Community Education and Advocacy in Immigration, Public health, Domestic violence, and Hate Crime & Discrimination 10 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

72 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Program Title Title Contact Cost Languages Thai Community Development Center (323) Varies E, T 6376 Yucca St., Suite #B Los Angeles Affordable Housing Development, Job Search, Small Business Development, Neighborhood Revitalization, Social Enterprises, and Services for Youth Thai Health and Information Services (323) Call for Cost E, T 1717 N. Gramercy Pl. Hollywood Offers Health Education, Outreach, Job Training, and Access to Social Services United Cambodian Community, Inc., (562) Free E, Kh 2201 E. Anaheim St., Suite 200 Long Beach Parenting classes and youth programs Wrap Family Services (310) Call for Cost E, K, Kh, Tag, 8616 La Tijera Blvd., Suite 200 V Los Angeles Offers Quality, Culturally Sensitive, Multilingual Mental Health and Social Services to Asian and Pacific Islander Families, Youth, Children and Adults Hispanic/Latino Barrio Action, Inc., (323) Call for Cost E 4970 S. Huntington Drive Los Angeles A Variety of Programs and Services including Counseling for Family, Individuals, and Youth with Severe Behavioral Problems, such as a Low or Zero School Attendance Record, Gang Related, and Drug Problems Bienvenidos Family Services (323) Call for Cost E, Sp 316 W. Second St., Suite 800 Los Angeles Offers Comprehensive Home and Center Based Case Managed Support Services. Family Drop-in Center, Kitchen, Food Pantry, Respite Child Care, Parent Training, Peer Support, and Individual Programs for Children Casa Cardenas (626) Call for Cost E, Sp Ramona Blvd. Baldwin Park Offers Counseling for Youth, Adults, and Seniors Dealing with Family Conflict, Grief, Mental Health Issues, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Caregiver Support, Case Management, and Bilingual Bereavement Support s 11 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

73 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Title Program Title Contact Cost Languages Clínica Monseñor Oscar Romero (213) Varies E, Sp 123 S. Alvarado Street, Los Angeles Offers Medical, Dental, Mental Health, Community Organizing, and Case Management El Centro de Acción Social (626) Free E, Sp 37 E. Del Mar Blvd. Pasadena Offers Penal Juvenile for Youth, El Centro Youth Leadership Academy, Villa-Parke Senior Network, and Cultural Celebrations Esperanza Community Development (213) Free E, Sp 2337 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles Offers Affordable Housing, Economic Development, Education, and Health Arts & Science Services for Youth Force of Hope (310) Call for Cost E, Sp Chico Street, Carson A Variety of Programs and Services including Adult Education/Literacy, Computer Literacy, Elder & Senior Services, Food, Household Products Diaper & Clothing Distribution & Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Transition Inner City Struggle (323) Call for Cost E 2811 Whittier Blvd. Los Angeles Promotes Safe, Healthy and Non-Violent Communities by Organizing Youth and Families in Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles to Work toward Economic and Social Justice La Casa De San Gabriel (626) Calló for Cost E, Sp 203 East Mission Rd. San Gabriel Co La Raza Unida (818) Free E, Sp Herrick Ave. San Fernando Latino Issues Forum (213) Call for Cost E 634 S. Spring St., Suite 902 Los Angeles Focuses on Access to Higher Education, Economic Development, Health Care, Citizenship, Regional Development, Telecommunications & Regulatory Issues Cost 12 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

74 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Title Program Title Contact Cost Languages Latino Resource Organization (310) Call for Cost E 610 California Ave. Venice Offers Case Management, Resource, Referral Information, HIV/AIDS Education, Senior Services, Immigration Services, Substance Abuse, Food Distribution Programs, Tutoring Programs for Youth, and Parent Education Classes Mercado La Paloma (213) Call for Cost E, Sp 3655 S. Grand Ave. Mexican American Legal Defense (213) Call for Cost E, Sp 634 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles Secures the Rights of Latinos, Primarily in the Areas of Employment, Education, Immigrants Rights, Political Access and Public Resource Equity Mexican American Opportunity (323) Call for Cost E, Sp 401 N. Garfield Ave. Montebello Seeking developing, & Administering Projects, Programs, Research, and Related Activities on Behalf of Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Children, Youths, Adults, and Older Persons National Association for Hispanic (626) Call for Cost E 234 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 300 Pasadena Provides Services to Low-Income Seniors Para Los Niños (213) Varies E, Sp 500 Lucas Avenue Los Angeles Child Development, Charter School and After School; Services Youth Workforce and Family Offers Educational enrichment programs, counseling, childcare, after school programs, and case management to low income families Jewish Cost Language Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles (323) Call for Cost E, Sp, Fa, R 6505 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500 Los Angeles Offers Counseling and Support for Families, Individuals, and seniors; Provide Food and Shelter, Helps Resettle Recent Immigrants, Connects People with Disabilities to Vital Resources and More National Council of Jewish Women (323) Call for Cost E, Sp, R 543 N. Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles Offers Community Programs; Assists Women in Crisis Situations 13 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

75 Care1st Health Plan Directory of Cultural & Linguistic Services of Los Angeles County Language Guide: (A)rmenian, (Ar)abic, (Ca)ntonese, (Ch)inese, (E)nglish, (Fa)rsi, (Hi)ndi, (Hm)ong, (J)apanese, (Kh)mer, (K)orean, (L)aotian, (M)andarin, (R)ussian, (Sp)anish, (Tag)alog, (T)hai, (V)ietnamese Title Program Title Contact Cost Languages Counseling Services Amanecer Community Counseling Service (213) Varies E, Sp 1200 Wilshire Blvd., #500 Los Angeles Philosophy, Activities, Therapeutic services, and peer support. Children services also offered For more information (213) Family Counseling Center (888) Call for Cost E 3201 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica Counseling for Adults, Children, and Families Helpline Youth Counseling, Inc. (562) Call for Cost E, Sp E. Firestone Blvd., #1000 Norwalk Asian/Pacific Asian Pacific Counseling & (213) Call for Cost E, Ca, Sp, Tag Treatment Centers 520 S. Lafayette Park Place. Third Floor Los Angeles Provides multi-disciplinary and culturally sensitive approaches to address client's psychological and social needs Indochinese Counseling & Treatment (213) Call for Cost E, V, T 605 W. Olympic Blvd., Room 350 Los Angeles Provides outpatient mental health services to Southeast Asian refugees Contact Korean American Family Service Center (213) Call for Cost E, K 3727 W. Sixth St., Suite 320 Los Angeles Provides individual, family and group counseling Pacific Asian Alcohol & Drug Program (213) Varies E, Sp, Tag 2001 Beverly Blvd., Suite 201 Los Angeles Recovery services, alcohol and drug test, counseling, and outpatient drug treatment services Special Services for Asian (818) Call for Cost E, Sp, K, V, 5900 Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 425 Tag Van Nuys Offers mental health services, group and individual counseling C 14 of 44 CLAS Department Phone#: (323) Ext Rev. 2011

(310) 543-9900 (310) 379-3620, (310) 370-5902, (213) 745-6434, (213) 222-1237, (562) 388-7652 info@1736fcc.org

(310) 543-9900 (310) 379-3620, (310) 370-5902, (213) 745-6434, (213) 222-1237, (562) 388-7652 info@1736fcc.org Los Angeles Violence Prevention Resource Directory Domestic Violence Victim/Prevention Services 1736 Family Crisis Center South Bay Office 21707 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 300 Torrance, CA 90503 (310) 543-9900

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