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    Since 1972, SPIRITT Family Services has been providing a critical range of programs that advance the emotional well-being of children and families throughout eastern Los Angeles county.
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    Since 1972, SPIRITT Family Services has been providing a critical range of programs that advance the emotional well-being of children and families throughout eastern Los Angeles county.

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Our annual Choices Conference has started! 250 male students from 15 local schools in attendance. ... See MoreSee Less

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Volunteers preparing for the Choices Conference "One Choice Can Make A Difference". SPIRITT Family Services is excited to continue our partnership with Rio Hondo College and Hispanic Outreach Taskforce (HOT) for our annual conference which brings together 15 local schools, 250 male students and several community leaders. ... See MoreSee Less

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Trustee Michael Eng presented on immigration to the Best Start Building Stronger Families at our South El Monte Family Center. ... See MoreSee Less

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A new grant from Avon
Foundation for Women will
support our work in
PREVENTING DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE & SEXUAL
ASSAULT IN LATINO
COMMUNITIES

Noticias 62 covered the launch of the new grant. See video.

 

Domestic Violence Support

Resources, Referral & Linkage
Case Management
Peer Support Groups
Individual & Family Counseling
Legal Rights Workshops
Community Awareness & Training
52 Week Court Order Services
Mental Health Services for Children
Empowerment Through Act

Information & Registration
(855) 714-8800 | www.spiritt.org

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Spanish

MISSION To strengthen the family unit by promoting mental health and well-being through proactive programs of education, prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery, and to strengthen the individual’s self-concept through personal development, taking into consideration the multicultural communities we serve.

VISION SPIRITT Family Services envisions inclusive communities in which individuals and families with serious health problems, emotional disorders and/or addictive disease will have opportunities to enjoy safety, well-being and a satisfying quality of life.