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Our Most Vulnerable Neighbors

Our Most Vulnerable Neighbors

Though the U.S. is one of the wealthiest nations in the world, more than half a million of our neighbors (552,830) were homeless in 2018 and with the COVID-19 pandemic that number as risen dramatically. Imagine those who can’t support themselves due to mental...
Don’t Stop At Housing First

Don’t Stop At Housing First

Many Americans live paycheck to paycheck without so much as a safety net to catch them if things were to take a turn for the worst. A minor incident can lead neighbors and families into unemployment and homelessness in a blink of an eye. The how and why can vary from...
Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing

A crucial missing step in the road from homelessness to a restored life is a fully funded and operating transitional housing program. Transitional housing can be best defined as a home environment that is structured to help individuals with their transition from...
Los Angeles Homeless Count for the Past 3 Years

Los Angeles Homeless Count for the Past 3 Years

Homeless Count by Service Planning Area (SPA) There are tens of thousands of our neighbors in Los Angeles who are homeless youth and families, veterans of the armed forces, and men and women. 2020 Total: 63706Unsheltered: 46090Sheltered: 17616Individuals: 51221...
CCM is Hiring for Various Positions

CCM is Hiring for Various Positions

Christ-Centered Ministries (CCM) believes that every life is worthy of restoration, and to this end, we offer integrated-health services, housing, and supportive services related to family reintegration where appropriate. CCM is committed to quality work and superior...

There’s No Place Like Home – Giving Tuesday

One of the pivotal factors in people’s ability to stabilize their lives and get on the road to recovery is having a place to call home. This is why CCM seeks to address the needs of our neighbors with a Housing First approach. Housing First is an approach to prevent...

A Home For Every Neighbor – GivingTuesday

This year has been hard on all of us. We’ve had to distance ourselves from friends and family to keep all our loved ones safe from the pandemic.  Additionally, many of our neighbors who live paycheck to paycheck have been devastated by losing jobs and housing. ...