Live Music Every Quarter... or When We Want To!
Our knowledgeable and compassionate team is our greatest asset. We believe healthcare is a human right and are committed to serving the community.
When we opened 50 years ago, we were one of the first free clinics in the country! To learn more about our journey, read Uplifting Lives. A non-fiction book by author Lauren Swerdloff, Uplifting Lives features moving stories, photos, and much more.
Proceeds from each book sold are donated to the clinic. Available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and more!
Visit our store, Berda Paradise Thrift Store located just 1 block west from the clinic. Our stylish volunteer Berda Morley (photo above) opened the shop years ago and all proceeds are donated to the clinic!
Berda Paradise Thrift Store accepts clothing, books, jewelry, & trinkets donations every day!
Berda Paradise Thrift Store
3506 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles CA
Mon-Sun. 11AM-7PM 323.661.8246
Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic
3324 W. Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90026
We provide free, quality medical and counseling services to people of all ages. We serve low-income, uninsured or under-insured individuals.
The future of the clinic will depend on continued support. Please consider donating or volunteering today.
We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential
and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
Girls on the Run honors its core values. We strive to:
3rd - 5th Grade Program
6th-8th Grade Program
TEEN LINE is a crisis prevention hotline by and for teenagers, reaching tens of thousands of teens every year and supporting them through every issue teens face today.
The Teen Line volunteers who answer the calls, emails and texts are Southern California teenagers who have received specialized training. They won’t judge or give advice – their job is to listen to the caller's feelings and help them to clarify concerns, define the options available, and help make positive decisions.
No problem is too small, too large, or too shocking for the Teen Line volunteers. Issues that teenagers are dealing with include abuse, depression, divorce, bullying, anxiety, gangs, gender identity, homelessness, pregnancy, relationships, sexuality, violence, substance abuse, self harm, and suicide.
TEEN LINE was created in 1980 by a group of mental health professionals who, through their personal work with teenagers, realized that a more inclusive approach to adolescent mental health was needed. After extensive research and consultation, TEEN LINE – a teen-to-teen hotline with community outreach services – was born.
We are the Maman Shujaa, or Hero Women of Congo. We are GRASSROOTS ADVOCATES for Peace, for women's rights, rights for the disabled, community rights, rights for nature, and the right to a future for our children. We operate a number of programs but really, all that we do is about one thing; lifting women, building women, elevating women's understanding, capacity, and ability to be the women they were created to be, for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Their new school just opened! click photo to read about it.
Neema Namadamu, a Congolese educator, activist, visionary, changemaker and original hero woman, founded this remarkable organization which is making changes in the lives of women and girls in the Congo. Support this work!