Homelessness Resources

In conjunction with the City of Bell Homeless Liaison, the City of Maywood designed a Homeless Resource Guide, ensuring homeless and impoverished members of our community receive structured, goal-oriented homelessness assistance and resources. 

The Homeless Resource Guide provides referral services from diverse organizations for Food Programs, Mental Health Programs, Homeless Shelters & Services, Crisis Lines. The intent is to ensure that those in need have the resources to lift themselves to a safe, stable environment without enabling those for whom addiction, crime, and vagrancy are a continuing choice.

The City of Maywood is committed to end Homelessness by being responsive to the community’s needs and quality of life improvement. The homelessness plan is as follow:

  • Prevention of people experiencing homelessness
  • Increasing access to individuals to attain subsidized housing
  • Improve income opportunities for individuals experiencing homelessness and impoverished members of our community 
  • Enhancing case management and employment services for members of the community 
  • Creating a coordinated system with all networks

For more information about the action against homelessness, please view the City of Maywood Homelessness Plan

LA-HOP (Los Angeles County Homeless Outreach Portal)  

LA-HOP is an online service request form that can be used by Maywood residents and all surrounding community members. The request form triggers the deployment of LA County teams that specialize in engagement and outreach services to assist people experiencing homelessness in the City of Maywood and throughout the Los Angeles County.


*If a family with minor children are experiencing homelessness, please call 2-1-1 and ask to be connected to the Coordinated Entry System for Families.

Individuals looking for services or looking to help a friend can submit a request via the following link:

LA-Homeless outreach portal flyer EnglishLA-Homeless outreach portal flyer Spanish


211la is a resource network of information and referral support for City of Maywood and Los Angeles County residents. The referral support is for individuals who require a variety of services such as Transportation, Healthcare, Housing, Employment, Crisis Services, Legal Services, Mental Health, etc. Residents of Los Angeles County can call 2-1-1 from their cell phone or landline and ask to speak with a community resource agency that can connect to a large selection of services offered throughout the County.  

  • To learn more about 211 Los Angeles County, please follow the link: 2-1-1 Resources
  1. Miguel Leon

    Administrative Analyst

Youth Services Veteran Services Mental Health Services
Jovenes Inc Youth Services
(323) 260-8035
National Homeless Call Center (877)424-3838 Los Angeles County DMH
(800) 854-7771

Casa Youth Shelter ages 12-17
(800) 914-2272

VA Crisis Chat Line 
(800) 273-8255
Rio Hondo Mental Health Clinic
(562) 402-0688
Runaway Youth Shelter ages 10-17
(310) 379-3620
Bob Hope Patriotic Hall
(213) 765-9680
Enki Mental Health Clinic
(562) 806-5000
Drug & Rehabilitation Services County Services Shelters
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 
Administration (SAMHSA) 
(800) 662-4357
CalFresh (Food Stamps)
CalWORKS (Cash Aid)
Medi-Cal (Health Care)
(310) 258-7400
Salvation Army Bell Shelter 
Imperial Alano Club
(562) 634-7500
SSI (Supplemental Security Income) 
and Medi-Cal Advocacy Program (800) 772-1213
Winter Emergency Shelter Hotline
(800) 548-6047
Alcoholic Anonymous
(323) 936-4343
GROW - General Relief Opportunities for Work 
(866) 613-3777