I completed nine months of treatment at the women's residential facility. By the time I left the program, I had regained custody of my children, was accepted to family housing, and working part-time at a local restaurant.
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The mission of the HealthRIGHT 360 Resource Center is to empower our clients to attain self-sufficiency, continued recovery, and the realization of their ultimate potential by building skills, providing support, and role modeling professional behavior.
The Resource Center provides services in the areas of education and training, employment, and housing, as well as connection to community-based supportive services for residential and outpatient clients in all phases of treatment in our Northern and Southern California programs.
The Resource Center offers on-site basic education support, including: Basic Computer Skills, GED preparation classes or high school credit independent study through the 5-Keys Charter School, Academic Brush-Up opportunities, and typing/keyboarding programs, as well as a variety of on-site classes at our Los Angeles site through a partnership with Los Angeles City College.
The goal of the Resource Center is not only to help clients find employment, but also to teach our clients the skills they will need to conduct successful job searches throughout their lives. Through a series of workshops and one-on-one meetings, clients learn the skills necessary to develop and carry out a successful job search.
Some of these workshops and meetings include job seeking skills, interviewing skills, mock interviews, resume and cover letter writing, learning about applications, career counseling, and a daily motivational morning meeting.
Because finding affordable housing is often a challenge, we prepare clients for their housing search by providing a Housing & Money workshop, as well as intensive individual housing counseling. The Resource Center develops and maintains relationships with a variety of property management companies, transitional housing facilities, and sober living facilities.
The Resource Center also provides information and support for clients around accessing second-chance banking programs, economic development and economic self sufficiency programs, legal advocacy referrals, financial planning, and credit/debt concerns.