The AMAAD Institute

Transitional Housing
Los Angeles, CA
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10221 S Compton Ave, Ste 105
Los Angeles, CA - 90002

(323) 569-1610 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. kenneth@amaad.org Website Go to Facebook

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About The AMAAD Institute

The House of Resiliency, also know as 'Big Mama's House' is the AMAAD Institute's Transitional Living Community located in the King Estates neighborhood of South Los Angeles. The House of Resiliency is intended to be especially welcoming to young gay-identified men who need temporary residence in a structured, drug free environment. Occupants of the House of Resiliency will also have access to all AMAAD programs and services. If you would like to apply please visit their website at www.amaad.org. From the home page click on programs, then House of Resiliency, then apply here. Eligibility Requirements: *Verifiable Income *Ability to pay $550 per month (applicants on GR may qualify through DPSS Housing) *Government Issued Photo ID *Current TB test (test expire after 1 year) Office Hours: M - F / 9a - 5p

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Anonymous - Jan 12, 2020

I need a place for child women looking for housing and a place to rent out and give hot dinner mon-friday and huh looking forward to someone hitting me back.

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