Basic Organization Information
LAS FAMILIAS DEL PUEBLO
- Physical Address:
Los Angeles, CA
- NTEE Category:
P Human Services
P20 (Human Service Organizations)
- Ruling Year:
WELFARE / EDUCATION.
Las Familias del Pueblo, located on the edge of Los Angeles’ skid row and the start of the Garment District sweatshops, is a one-room, storefront community center providing educational and social services to impoverished sweatshop workers and their children. Programs are organized around the belief that poor children can achieve at the same academic level as their more affluent peers when provided the same educational opportunities and when these opportunities are supported by a strong after-school program. Las Familias also works with the homeless of skid row.
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After-school and out-of-school programs
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Las Familias’ educational programs are organized around the belief that poor children can achieve at the same academic level as their more affluent peers when provided the same educational opportunities, and when these opportunities are supported by a strong after-school program.
Las Familias’ after-school and out-of-school programs offer 100 children homework completion assistance, tutorial intervention and recreational activities during the at-risk hours for children of working parents, 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., as well as all day, 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., when school is out of session. To proactively address the problem of summer learning loss, the out-of-school program offers a four-week summer school session.
All children in Las Familias’ programs are eligible for the Federal Free/Reduced Meals,
all are Latino and all started school as English-language learners. All children come from families living on incomes below the poverty line. Most live in low-literacy homes
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