developing affordable housing
community youth development programs
advocates for broad social justice reforms
supports minority economic empowerment
fights for community environmental changes
fights for education opportunity
lobbies for principled prison reforms
educates policy makers on restorative justice initiatives
Concerned Citizens of South-Central Los Angeles (CCSCLA) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 community-based organization whose mission it is to work for social change, economic empowerment, environmental justice, social equity, educational advancement, and principled prison reform within our South Central Los Angeles community and beyond.
Additionally, CCSCLA's mission is to assist in the development of affordable low-income housing in Southern California communities by providing technical and community-based assistance to nonprofit housing development corporations working within our South Central Los Angeles communities.
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CCSCLA provides affordable housing for over 2000 families annually in the South Central Los Angeles area.
Over 3000 thousand kids from South Central LA participate in CCSCLA youth programs each year.
CCSCLA represents our community on all legislative and policy attempts that are relevant for the protection of our community.
We directly employ over 300 people with full-time and part-time jobs in the community; as well as provide training, coaching, and reentry programs.