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FSC Business Hours:
Monday
9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - by appointment only
Tuesday
9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - by appointment only
Wednesday
9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - by appointment only
Thursday
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
12:00 Noon to 6:30 PM
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - by appointment only
Friday
9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM - One time per month on a rotating schedule. Call for schedule.
Sunday
Closed



Food Pantry Hours:
Monday
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Tuesday
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Friday
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Family Resources at Toberman

Adult Education

For information on Adult Education, G.E.D., and ESL classes, please call our FamilySource Center.

Legal Services

An on-site Public Counsel attorney provides FamilySource Center clients with legal assistance and referrals on such topics as:

  • At-risk family services and benefits advocacy
  • Helping low-income families access tax credits
  • Immigrants' Rights
  • Expungements
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Wage garnishments
  • Traffic tickets
  • Bankruptcy
  • Veterans issues and benefits
  • Consumer Advocacy
  • Education Rights
  • Foster Youth Advocacy
  • Minors and the Law
  • Immigration issues
  • Homeless Court

Thee is no charge to meet with the attorney. Attorneys are on campus every Thursday, from 9 am - 4 pm. An appointment is necessary to meet with the attorney. Please call 310-984-6477 to schedule an appointment.

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Case Management

Case Managers will work with all clients to identify problems and then develop a plan, seek, coordinate, and monitor services from a variety of resources, community agencies and staff. Case Managers are responsible for the following:

  • Identifying client needs and goals
  • Creating and implementing client service plan
  • Monitoring service delivery
  • Advocating on behalf of the client
  • Reassessing client goals and needs periodically
  • Collaborating with referral agencies to document client progress
  • Transitioning clients from formal support systems to self-sufficiency

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Computer Literacy Classes

The FamilySource Center provides Adult PC Literacy training which covers basic computer hardware, software, and introduction to MS Word, MS Excel & MS Outlook, email, letter creation, basic spreadsheet creation and use. It is designed to encourage clients to enhance their typing, internet search, and online application skills.

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Open Computer Lab

Open Computer Lab is available to FamilySource Center clients to use a PC to access the Internet for such things as creating an online email account and checking their email, researching online job postings, Internet research, updating and posting their resume online, or accessing the State Employment Development Department website and signing up for unemployment benefits. For open computer lab hours please call 310-984-6477

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Employment Services

The Employment Support services program utilizes the following tools to prepare clients for work:

Collaborative agreements with Harbor Occupational Center and Pacific Gateway Worksource make available skill-building opportunities on the Toberman campus.

Computer literacy training, if needed, and use of the Open Computer Lab to search online for jobs, check email and submit resumes.

Adult Job Preparation Class covers resume writing, interview prep and skills, work place behavior, work ethics, dress code, phone etiquette, general office skills (fax machine, filling, copy machine, answering telephones, etc), online application education, and job search assistance. Offered in English and Spanish

Hire LA Youth covers resume writing, interview prep and skills, work place behavior, dress code, online application education, and job search assistance. Upon completion clients receive a certificate of completion and are registered with the county database for job openings.

We refer clients to WorkSource Centers for specific job training, job leads, job fair participation, and Employment Development Department services.

We connect and refer clients to employment support services that include: One Source Centers, Goodwill, Youth Employment Training, and local, city and county job fairs.

We instruct clients how to use our on-site Public Counsel Attorney services to address employment barriers such as criminal record expungement.

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Financial Literacy Classes

Adult Money Smart is based on the FDIC Money Smart Program and covers introduction to banking, education about how loans impact your finances, information on how to understand loan interest rates, credit cards, consumer rights, how to check your credit report to insure it is acccurate, budgeting and homeownership education. Adult Money Smart class is offered in English and Spanish.

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Food Pantry

The Family Assistance program operates our food pantry and provides individuals and families with emergency food and clothing through the Toberman Food Pantry and Auxiliary Thrift Store. Additionally, the Family Assistance program links clients to our FamilySource Center for case management and support services.

Check sidebar for pantry hours of operation.

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Parenting Classes

The parenting classes offered at Toberman strengthen the family unit by teaching effective parenting skills and creating opportunities for positive family bonding.

Toberman offers three different parenting classes:

  • THE PARENT / TEEN PROJECT is designed to help parents and teens reconnect and form wholesome domestic groupings. These programs follow two complementary curriculum streams. For parents, the curriculum covers understanding the developmental characteristics of children, communication skills, discipline, and modeling. While the teens, ages 13-18, discuss peer pressure, drug and alcohol abuse, anger management, critical thinking and communication skills. Offered in English and Spanish.
  • LOVING SOLUTIONS addresses the issues pertinent to elementary-aged children. The curriculum consists of negotiation training, discipline techniques, family cohesion awareness, and interaction enhancement. Offered in English and Spanish.
  • G.A.P. SKILLFUL PARENTING is designed for adult parents. Skillful Parenting covers child development, family budgeting, discipline, communication skills, anger management techniques and modeling. This class fulfills mandated court and Department of Child and Family Services requirements. PLEASE NOTE: THIS CLASS IS NOT OFFERED DURING SUMMER MONTHS (June, July & August).

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Multi Benefit Screening

At Toberman, you do not have to try to navigate getting public and county services by yourself! Case Managers will work with you to develop a plan to apply, coordinate, and monitor services from a variety of agencies by conducting a multi-benefit screening and information interview (One-EAPP) which connects clients with all of the appropriate pubicly-funded health and social service programs available to meet the client's needs.

Programs included in the One-EAPP screening include:

  • Medi-Cal for Children
  • Healthy Families (SCHIP)
  • Healthy Kids
  • CalFresh (food stamps)
  • General Relief
  • County Indigent Care
  • Low Income Energy Assistance Program
  • Express Lane Eligibility (school lunch data)
  • EPSDT (CHDP in CA) and Deemed Eligibility for Newborns
  • Adult Medi-Cal
  • DMV Discount
  • Low cost auto insurance
  • L.A. County Dept. of Public Social Services programs
Dealing with public and county agencies can be intimidating. You don't have to "go it alone"... see a FSC Case Manager today!

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Counseling Services

Outpatient counseling services are available on the Toberman campus for youth ages 5-17 with Full Scope Medi-Cal or private insurance. For more information, or to schedule a counseling appointment, please call our FamilySource Center at (310) 984-6477

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Income Tax Preparation

We offer free income tax preparation services. For more information please call our FamilySource Center at (310) 984-6477

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