HACLA through its non-profit, Kids Progress Inc., is tasked with building strategic partnerships to ensure that our youth have access to various educational programs and opportunities.
HACLA cooperates with the City of Los Angeles Community Development Department, South Bay Center for Counseling and Watt Labor Community Action Committee to provide employment training, job placement and job retention services to public housing residents.
HACLA offers a Resident Advisory Council to respond to concerns and represent residents and their interests during monthly site meetings.
HACLA has a long history of seeking grants, partnerships and leveraging opportunities to support healthy communities by providing recreational, social and other supportive services to improve residents' quality of life
Learn more about professional translation and interpretation services provided by HACLA.
In conjunction with the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF), HACLA aims to improve Digital Literacy in publicly-subsidized multi-family developments and close the digital divide and help the most vulnerable population.