Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law
The Casa Libre/Freedom Home is a project of
the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, Inc.
It is a licensed emergency and long-term 14-bed
shelter for minors under the age of 18 without homes,
including unaccompanied immigrant and refugee
The program offers a range of services, including case management, educational testing and placement, referrals to no-cost health care providers, drug and alcohol prevention programs, family reunification services, living skills and leadership workshops, free legal and immigration services, and cultural activities. The program focuses on Los Angeles inner-city homeless children, and has a history of providing services to immigrant and refugee children, including unaccompanied minors.
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Casa Libre/Freedom House currently offers an emergency
and transitional living shelter program for homeless
children under the age of 18 years. The program's
expertise lies in the provision of shelter, social,
educational, medical and legal services for homeless
children, with a focus on unaccompanied immigrant
children who have often been abused, abandoned, or
neglected in this home countries and traveled to the
United States alone.
Read more here.
Do you want to make a difference in the world? Are you interested in social justice? Do you love working with youth? Casa Libre is the place for you!
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