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Bright Path Center

Quick Overview: Bright Path Center provides workshops & trainings to enhance the ongoing developments towards a goal of independence, productivity & self determination.

Mission: To direct at risk individuals on a successful path and inspires them to make a meaningful difference in the world through a variety of wellness and enhancement programs.

Impact: Our goal is to support & empower our clients with the necessary life skills in order to live a healthy productive life.

Volunteer Roles & Responsibilities: Working either in-person or remotely, you will instruct clients in workshops & training courses such as;

Independent Living

Communication

Emotional Regulation/Intelligence

Post-Secondary Support

Employment Training Skills & Money Management

Enhancing the ongoing development towards a goals of independence, productivity & self- determination

Requirements: Provide direct support & supervision of clients while implementing lessons plans for all life skills subjects. Assist clients by addressing cognitive remediation, social skills training & functional communication.



All volunteers participating in this volunteer opportunity should adhere to the health and safety guidelines outlined here: https://www.laworks.com/health-and-safety

By clicking "Express Interest," I acknowledge that I am aware and understand that I am being referred to Activities that are coordinated and managed by a third party Agency or Organization and that L.A. Works has no jurisdiction, control, or oversight over these Activities. The Activities may be inherently dangerous and may expose me to a variety of foreseen and unforeseen hazards and risks including exposure to Coronavirus Disease 2019 ("COVID-19"). The Activities may involve a degree of contact with clients who need assistance and other volunteers who may be carriers of COVID-19 and that personal protective equipment may not be available for my use and/or effective against preventing transmission of COVID-19 whether as a result of my own actions or otherwise.

By clicking "Express Interest," I acknowledge that I am voluntarily participating in the Activities and have considered those risks. I hereby expressly and specifically assume such risks, including any and all risk of injury, illness, harm, or loss that I may incur as a result of my participation in the Activities. I hereby fully and forever release and discharge L.A. Works from, and expressly waive, any and all liability, claims, and demands of whatever kind or nature, either in law or in equity, that may arise from my participation in the Activities.

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*Volunteer time shifts are broken down into the following time frames:

Monday Morning

Monday Afternoon

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Tuesday Afternoon

Wednesday Morning

Wednesday Afternoon

Thursday Morning

Thursday Afternoon

Friday Morning

Friday Afternoon

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About Bright Path Center

Location:

5800 S. Eastern Ave Suite 518, Los Angeles, CA 90040, US

Mission Statement

To direct at risk individuals on a successful path and inspires them to make a meaningful difference in the world through a variety of wellness and enhancement programs.

Description

Bright Path Center is a nonprofit organization 501c3 that was created in 2005. We provide outreach, facilitate educational programs, and provide individuals and families with transitional or permanent housing in the greater Los Angeles and Riverside areas.
HOUSING: Our housing services include transitional and permanent supportive housing, which is critical while assisting individuals and families trying to achieve housing stability.
Outreach: Our outreach program provides services to best meet the needs of our homeless clients, and to provide the resources they need to survive immediate crises and put them on the path to long-term stability.
Emergency Food Assistance Program: Our program offers both meals and grocery items to individuals in need. In addition our permanent supportive residential housing facilities have an onsite food pantry for residents.
EDUCATION: Bright Path Center provides workshops and trainings to help enhance the ongoing development towards a goal of independence, productivity, and self-determination.

Homeless & Housing
Hunger

WHEN

Mon Nov 01, 2021 - Mon Apr 03, 2023
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM

WHERE

Los Angeles, CA 90011

(34.00789,-118.25851)
 

SKILLS

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