The Toberman Neighborhood Center Family Source Center (FSC) aims to provide individual services and resources through pre-employment and employment support, housing, rental and utility assistance, GED, ESL and After School programming, computer literacy and financial literacy case management. In addition, Toberman has a food pantry which provides bags of groceries to individuals and families in need every week. Our Daily Grab and Go meals are distributed daily Monday – Friday from 3:30pm to 5pm in front of our building. Our Thrift Shop offers quality inexpensive clothing and home goods to clients and community members.
Family Source Center services are accessed through individual case management with staff developing longterm goals with each member. The goals established with each member are achieved through a myriad of services focused on long-term success. They can be accessed by calling our main line to set an appointment at 310-832-1145 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Case Managers (CM) work with clients to identify client’s needs and goals, creating and implementing client service plans, and monitoring service delivery. This requires a commitment from the Client to meet with CM a minimum of once a month.
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Computer Literacy Classes
Provides multiple computer literacy programs to encourage clients to enhance their typing, internet search and online filling-out Job applications.
Job Readiness and Skills training is available to facilitate a successful transition into the work force.
Classes are based on the FDIC Money Smart Program. These classes provide skills needed for effective money management.
An on-site Public Counsel attorney provides clients with legal counsel, assistance and referrals for homeless prevention and tenant rights.
Please Bring to Your Appointment:
1) Proof of Address such as a Drivers License, ID card, Utility Bill, or Rent Receipt.
2) Proof of Income such as a current benefit check, Paycheck Stub, General relief award statement, Bank Statement showing deposit, Tax Document, or unemployment check stub.
3) Most Current Report Card when enrolling youth ages 5-17 years old.
(MUST BE WITHIN THE LAST 90 DAYS)
Raising Thriving Kids
Assist our parenting class to introduce parents to the 40 Developmental Assets, tips on everyday issues and ideas for ways parents can support, guide and connect with their kids to raise healthy, thriving kids
Youth Enrichment Activities
Provides an array of activities for youth that encourage academic achievement and school completion. Some of the activities are but not limited to Arts & Crafts, Piano, Tennis, Atomic Boxing, Bark Pro- gram, and Hip Hop and much more. We Teach our children all about the 40 developmental assets.