Los Angeles Mission, Inc.

Transitional Housing
Los Angeles, CA
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303 East 5th Street
Los Angeles, CA - 90013

(213) 629-1227 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one hsmith@lamission.net Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Los Angeles Mission, Inc.

Los Angeles Mission is a non-profit, privately supported, faith-based organization established to serve the immediate and long-term needs of homeless and disadvantaged men, women and children. Los Angeles Mission exists to provide help, hope, and opportunity to men, women and children in need.  They believe that all services provided to those in need should be done so in love, offering hope, mercy and compassion. They believe that personal spiritual transformation occurs from strong Christian discipleship, equipping and training. They believe that addictions can be overcome through prayer, medical treatment and deep, abiding, healthy relationships. They believe that homelessness is a temporary condition that, when desired, can be overcome with personal healing, educational assistance, housing and employment.

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