Languille Emergency shelter, located at 267 N. Belmont Ave., Los Angeles, provides a temporary home for 30 women who are taking the first crucial step out of homelessness toward a life of dignity and self-sufficiency. The women who come through the doors of Languille have lived on the streets or in their cars, fled domestic violence, suffered a job loss, experienced health problems or other life circumstances that led them to homelessness.
This is a rapid 12-week program designed to empower women to obtain the resources needed to become self-sufficient.
Women at Languille Emergency Shelter receive the following services:
- Shelter in semi-private rooms
- Three meals a day plus snacks
- Basic necessities such as clothing and toiletries
- Case Management
- Counceling services
- Job development and employment services
- Assistance with placement into transitional or