Illumination Foundation: Housing + Multiple Services for Homeless
READ: A Message From Illumination Foundation Regarding COVID-19 with school district links for information on meals for children.
Illumination Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3), provides targeted, interdisciplinary services for the most vulnerable homeless adults and children in order to disrupt the cycle of homelessness. More than 55,000 people are homeless in Southern California each year – 32,000 children are part of that number.
“Every person deserves compassion, dignity, and the safety of a place to call home.”
Paul Cho, Co-Founder & CFO, Illumination Foundation
Our “Street2Home initiative uses innovative programs, integrated care, and unique partnerships, to help homeless clients find lasting stability.
At Illumination Foundation, we assess every individual person to identify needs and provide immediate relief when necessary, followed by the care that combines housing, case management, medical care, mental health, and workforce services to decrease community dependency. We offer a low-entry threshold for the most vulnerable members of our community, with a focus on keeping families together and helping those with significant and/or >chronic health conditions.
We work daily to help homeless individuals in the following five areas:
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