Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Resources

**Please note the resources listed below are not provided through the City of Cudahy.**

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles:
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro L.A. is to create a safe space to empower Club members to Learn, Explore, Achieve, & Learn (LEAD)! Five key characteristics define the essence of the Boys & Girls Club of Metro L.A. All are critical in providing a safe place that bridges the gap between school and home, where kids and teens can imagine, realize, and achieve their full potential.
Telephone: 1-213-628-3673

Enki-Youth & Family Services (Bell Gardens) (ENKI):
Enki is a non-profit corporation providing mental health services in the L.A., East L.A., and the San Gabriel Valley areas. Enki offers adult services, child & family services, school linked services, and intensive servies.
Telephone: 1-562-806-5000

SHIELDS for Families:
SHIELDS for Families serves individuals, children, and families through comprehensive and collaborative social services for child and youth development, child welfare, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and supportive services.
Telephone: 1-323-242-5000

A home and family for those without, Jovenes helps youth, ages 18-25, end their cycle of homelessness. Jovenes focuses not only on their needs for housing, but also, healthcare, education, employment, and trauma recovery.
Telephone: 1-323-260-8035

YMCA (Southeast-Rio Vista YMCA):
The Y is committed to providing programs and services that are inclusive and welcoming to all. The Y values an environment that fosters dignity, respect, fairness and appreciation for all aspects and dimensions of diversity.
Telephone: 1-323-588-2256