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Our Vision

Our vision is simple. We want to make our community a better place through education and the enlisting of our citizens to bring services to those in need. We accomplish our mission through our core values. Serving the Greater Los Angeles, Carson and the Antelope Valley | California

Enrollment is open for our Youth Leadership Academy which includes a STEM education robotics program. Accepting 3rd Grade to 12th grade students. Doors open on October 8, 2018 location: 1250 E. 223rd St, Carson CA Please contact us at: 424.264.5880 | email: yla@timelistgroup.org


Our Core Values

Positivism in the face of Obstacles 

Compassion through Difficulties 

Belief in the Potential of all others

Failure is never an option its only a Teacher

Resilience Is our Attitude

Empathy is a requirement in order to serve


 

2018-19 Priorities: Housing and Youth Services

We Need Your Help

California is clearly experiencing a housing crisis, we are seeing families and individuals living from their cars and cheap motels. Even the employed can not afford the cost of rent unless they are earning at least six figure income. Timelist has decided to take active steps to alleviate this problem but we can not do it without you. We have a program model that works borrowing from our current reentry housing program. Without funding this program can not survive, so we are asking for champions that are willing to become monthly donors. every little bit helps, urge people to DONATE, your family, co-workers and congregations, anyone that you know who care about this housing crisis.

The SOLUTION:

Continue building, acquiring homes below market rate, leasing housing units/properties

Manage facilities with live-in staff who will operate as case/housing managers

Create a built in program component that offers skills development, resume' support and other training's

Network with advocacy groups with a focus on  housing and employment equity and other related issues 

Fundraising and grow donor specific support 


 

  • The key to our success and expansion is having people like you working to see that our message of hope reaches the masses. We believe that we possess the blueprint that will impact families across the nation impacted by incarceration. However, we can not do it without monetary donations and opportunities to speak to your networks, peers, religious communities and so on. Once you hear our story, we believe that you will be convinced that we must replicate this model. Please invite us to speak or present our program at your next event. In the meantime, please donate generously.

News & Notes

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Programs & Services

Rehabilitation Programs for Correctional Institutions, organizations and agencies

Youth Leadership Academy (Carson,CA)

Sober Living Housing (LA Leimert Park Area)

Shared Housing Program (Antelope Valley) - In Development

Transitional Housing (LA Watts/Willowbrook Area)

Gardening & Lawn Care Services

Other Reentry Services

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