Exciting news for LifeSTEPS residents looking for a change in career path! LifeSTEPS is launching a Trade School Scholarship Fund to provide educational grants to residents in our affordable housing communities. “Trade school scholarships will enable our residents to gain skilled training while supporting their goals of furthering their education and building community,” said Beth […]
As a LifeSTEPS Intensive Case Manager, Melba Madsen advocates on behalf of her residents, empowering them to sustain their housing and meet their personal goals. “Melba’s residents with special needs see her as a friendly face who is there not to do for them but to educate and empower them to live a better quality […]
In May 2021, LifeSTEPS resident Rosa received financial assistance from our Immigration Assistance Fund to apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status allowing her to work and pursue her dream of becoming a doctor. Thanks to LifeSTEPS’ Immigration Assistance program, Rosa, a single mother of six children and a survivor of domestic violence, […]
The American Association of Service Coordinators (AASC) recently announced that LifeSTEPS Executive Director Beth Southorn will serve as the chair of its Board of Directors. “I am deeply honored to be selected to lead the AASC Board of Directors,” Southorn said. “I look forward to continued partnership with AASC’s leadership and our committed Board of […]
LifeSTEPS is adding Enhanced Care Management (ECM) to its supportive healthcare services portfolio. Effective January 2022, with the launch of California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM), LifeSTEPS will partner with Anthem and the Department of Health Care Services to offer ECM to the highest-need Medi-Cal recipients. LifeSTEPS proudly played a key role in the design […]
With her infectious smile and upbeat personality, it’s hard to believe the road Melinda* walked to get where she is today. As a childhood victim of molestation and then a victim of rape at the age of 21, Melinda experienced subsequent struggles with alcoholism due to post traumatic stress disorder. She found herself homeless for […]
LifeSTEPS’ Los Angeles Valley team is busy making holiday wishes come true for our youngest residents this week! Thanks to efforts by our Director of Social Services Krystal Alvarez, Sgt. Emely with the Pasadena Toys for Tots Division personally visited several LifeSTEPS communities and helped distribute more than 1,200 toys to the children and their […]
Our Executive Director Beth Southorn met with intensive case management staff yesterday in Los Angeles, and witnessed miracles of transformation in residents served through LifeSTEPS’ permanent supportive services programs. Following LifeSTEPS’ core values of integrity, innovation, empowerment, respect and personal growth, our intensive case managers help homeless and formerly homeless individuals and families attain housing […]
These two love LifeSTEPS’ After School Program (ASP), which touched the lives of nearly 5,000 children and youth across California in 2021. Our curriculum and structured activities focus on being safe, respectful and responsible, and most of all, having fun while learning. Plus, having a caring and consistent place to maintain structure helps LifeSTEPS’ youngest […]
Rayvonte Toliver’s passion for working with children caught the attention of LifeSTEPS Director of Social Services Ronita at the affordable housing community where he lives with his parents and siblings. Admiring his eagerness to help others, Ronita suggested that he interview for an open position supporting LifeSTEPS’ After School Program (ASP) at a nearby apartment […]
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