Human Services Community Partners
The City of Beverly Hills is committed to assisting our community and the larger Westside region with a variety of human services. Through community assistance grant funding, we have established partnerships with a number of local and regional agencies and organizations that provide services the City cannot provide directly.
For additional information, contact the Office of Human Services at (310) 285-1006.
All Saints Homeless Assistance Program
Contact: (310) 275-0123
Provides weekly hot meals, case management, and alternatives to living on the streets.
Beverly Hills Active Adult Club
Contact: (310) 285-6843
Assists local seniors with opportunities for entertainment, education, wellness and social activities at Roxbury Park.
Beverly Hills Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Contact: (310) 281-2753
Provides training in life savings techniques of CPR, as well as the use of AED's (automated external defibrillators), first aid and the Heimlich Maneuver.
Chiron Center, Inc.
Contact: (855) 343-6012
Provider, 24/7 on scene support, information and referral to Beverly Hills Community members affected by trauma or serious loss during the initial hours after a critical incident.
Jewish Family Service - Los Angeles
Contact: (310) 247-0864
For information about Beverly Hills care management call Human Services at (310) 285-1006. Provides case management for residents 55 and older; on-site case worker (English and Farsi), Carmit Zur, M.S.W., Mondays at Roxbury Park.
The Maple Counseling Center
Contact: (310) 271-9999
Low-fee mental health counseling; senior peer counseling for life transitions related to loss and aging.
People Assisting The Homeless (PATH)
Contact: (323) 644-2216
Provides “a hand up, not a handout;” shelter beds for chronically homeless individuals in our community.
The Saban Free Clinic
Appointments: (323) 653-8622
Free medical and dental care, behavioral and social services for people in need.
Westside Food Bank
Contact: (310) 828-6016
Purchases food in bulk and collects donated food for distribution to economically vulnerable people on the Westside.