Palisadian-Post Article, May 26, 2016
Women Helping Youth's Academic Resource Center. Filmed by C5LA.
TGC's Play Therapy On the Go Kits
First Place is extremely grateful to have been chosen as one of WHY's 2014-2015 grant recipients. This donation helped to establish the Women Helping Youth Education and Employment Center, located at our program office in Los Angeles. With WHY's support, First Place purchased 15 new laptop computers, eight large folding tables, one color printer, and a locked storage unit, all of which have been used to directly support...
WHY Grants Outreach Committee. Women Helping Youth: At the Women Helping Youth (WHY) grants award luncheon on April 26, 2014, Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center received $25,915 to purchase portable dental equipment for Nevin Elementary School.
During the grant selection process, members of Women Helping Youth visited the Kanye Eras School. In the course of the visit, they met Toya, a 10th grade student, and were so impressed by her story that once they decided to award ECF a grant, they invited Toya to speak...
In spring 2013, Women Helping Youth (WHY) awarded Achievable crucial grant funding to buy key medical equipment vital to serving pediatric patients at our new Achievable Clinic.
Junior Blind recently launched a tandem cycling program thanks to the generosity of the Women Helping Youth Foundation, who made a grant for us to purchase eight tandem bicycles, sixteen helmets and a storage shed.
In April 2011, Pacific Lodge Youth Services received over $13,000 in funding from the Women Helping Youth Foundation to support the creation of an Art Therapy Studio.
The Women Helping Youth Fitness Studio at Phoenix House Academy of Los Angeles will be dedicated for use by teenage girls who are receiving comprehensive treatment in Phoenix House Academy's Amethyst Unit, that each year serves more than 160 teenage girls struggling with histories of substances abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. As girls receive counseling, mental health, educational and family services at Phoenix House Academy, they also work through issues related to poor self esteem and body image dysmorphia. The dedicated Fitness Center will provide a safe space for young women dealing with emotional and physical issues related to both adolescence and recovery.