Culture & Civic Life
A New Way of Life Reentry Project
The South Los Angeles-based organization offers housing and legal services to formerly incarcerated women, facilitates healing and family reunific...
Time for Change Foundation was established in 2002 to address the complex consequences of California's emerging housing crisis and mass incarceration system. The foundation uses trauma-informed, evidence-based approaches to serve and empower low-income women and children transitioning out of homelessness and incarceration, creating self-sufficient families, and thriving communities. The foundation's first priority is to provide women and children a continuum of housing options: emergency shelter, permanent-supportive, and affordable. Time for Change pairs these housing options with case management, reentry services, independent living skill development, financial literacy training, family reunification programs, mental health and wellness services, legal assistance, workforce development, transportation, and more. The ultimate goal of these interconnected services is to break the cycles of poverty, homelessness, and incarceration, and empower individuals to transition into stable, safe, independent housing conducive to the well-being of both adults and youth.
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