Olympic Division HOPE Project

Police-Car-Siren-Lights-ImagesWHAT: Homeless outreach program

WHEN: Saturday, August 22, 2015
9:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m.

WHERE: Queens Care Health Center
184 South Bimini Place
Los Angeles, CA 90004

WHO:
LAPD Deputy Chief Beatrice Girmala, Operations West Bureau LAPD Captain Ruby Malachi, Commanding Officer, Community Relationship Division LAPD Captain David C. Storaker, Commanding Officer, Olympic Area Representatives from Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell’s office, 13th Council District Los Angeles Deputy City Attorney Steve Houchin Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health Sunburst Youth Academy Volunteers

DETAILS: In an effort to improve quality of life for those in need, Olympic Division is partnering up with local organizations to host a homeless outreach program. The program is a combined effort to give homeless individuals and their families an avenue to better their living conditions. The program will address quality of life issues and provide access to food, shelter, short time housing, medical services and mental health resources.

Deputy Chief Girmala, Captain Malachi, Captain Storaker and others will hand out care packages to homeless in need. The event will also include a street cleaning segment implemented by the Sunburst Youth Academy Volunteers. The Sunburst Youth Academy is a partnership between the Los Angeles Police Department and the Army/National Guard which takes in troubled teens from the inner-cities and teaches life skills, responsibility and discipline. This five month, live-in academy is federally funded and is the first Sunburst Academy partnership of its kind between the Department and the Army/National Guard.

CONTACT: For more information about this event, please contact LAPD Community Relations Division at (213) 486-6000.

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