Aaron Community Cultural Center (ACCC) has been diligently working on expanding their services to become more aligned with the needs of the community with emphasis for our returning female Veterans while still providing help for our youth, middle-aged, and elderly.
One of the goals of the Shared Housing program is to help our female Veterans as they transition back into a 'normal' life by providing them with employment preparation skills, restoring their self confidence and rebuilding their self-sufficiency as well as a myriad of other programs to name a few. As previously mentioned, we will continue to provide the much needed supportive services for our youth/homeless youth (and older homeless youth) as they transition out of foster care to also achieve self-sufficiency and avoid long-term dependency on social services, work toward their GED or high school diploma, learn job skills, serve their communities, and transform their own lives and roles in society.
ACCC programs are designed to simultaneously address several core issues facing low-income communities with housing, education, employment, crime prevention, leadership development, economic literacy, vocational skills, build self confidence, nutritional awareness, self care, social and spiritual growth leading to crime prevention and self reliance.
If you are a female Veteran or a youth in need of our services, we encourage you to please take a few moments to fill out the Application below.
Upon approval, you will need to print, sign and mail the Family Membership and the 28-Day Stay Agreement.
Please mail it to: Aaron Community Cultural Center, P.O.Box 5071, Gardena, CA 90249.
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offers with their Shared Housing Program.
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