Helping those with mental health, abuse or homelessness challenges

Creating Community Focused Care Centers for LA’s Homeless Population

for LA's most vulnerable

Residential Care Spaces

The LAC+USC Restorative Care Village introduces a new kind of care environment for people with unstable living conditions, one taking a comprehensive approach to the interrelated and complex needs of homelessness, substance abuse, mental illness, job training/housing, and medical co-morbidity. The campus will help vulnerable LA County residents recover from medical and mental health conditions.

Located on the Los Angeles County+University of Southern California Medical Center (LAC+USC) campus, the development will consist of two key components:

  • A four-story Recuperative Care Center with 96 beds to provide immediate placement options for persons being discharged from an inpatient hospital setting who lack a supportive place to live.
  • A 64-bed Residential Treatment Program consisting of four buildings that provide a short-term alternative to hospitalization to address mental health needs.