Human Services Community Partners
The City of Beverly Hills is committed to assisting our community and the larger Westside region with a variety of human services. Through community assistance grant funding, we have established partnerships with a number of local and regional agencies and organizations that provide services the City cannot provide directly.
For additional information, contact the Office of Human Services at (310) 285-1006.
All Saints Homeless Assistance Program
Contact: (310) 275-0123
Provides weekly hot meals, case management, and alternatives to living on the streets.
Beverly Hills Active Adult Club
Contact: (310) 285-6843
Assists local seniors with opportunities for entertainment, education, wellness and social activities at Roxbury Park.
Beverly Hills Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Contact: (310) 281-2753
Provides training in life savings techniques of CPR, as well as the use of AED's (automated external defibrillators), first aid and the Heimlich Maneuver.
Chiron Center, Inc.
Contact: (855) 343-6012
Provider, 24/7 on scene support, information and referral to Beverly Hills Community members affected by trauma or serious loss during the initial hours after a critical incident.
Jewish Family Service - Los Angeles
Contact: (310) 247-0864
For information about Beverly Hills care management call Human Services at (310) 285-1006. Provides case management for residents 55 and older; on-site case worker (English and Farsi), Carmit Zur, M.S.W., Mondays at Roxbury Park.
The Maple Counseling Center
Contact: (310) 271-9999
Low-fee mental health counseling; senior peer counseling for life transitions related to loss and aging.
People Assisting The Homeless (PATH)
Contact: (323) 644-2216
Provides “a hand up, not a handout;” shelter beds for chronically homeless individuals in our community.
The Saban Free Clinic
Appointments: (323) 653-8622
Free medical and dental care, behavioral and social services for people in need.
Step Up on Second
Providing help, hope and home for individuals experiencing mental health issues.
Westside Food Bank
Contact: (310) 828-6016
Purchases food in bulk and collects donated food for distribution to economically vulnerable people on the Westside.