Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
ADL is a leading anti-hate organization that was founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of antisemitism and bigotry. Today, ADL is the first call when acts of antisemitism occur and continue to fight all forms of hate. A global leader in exposing extremism, delivering anti-bias education, and fighting hate online, ADL’s ultimate goal is a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination, or hate.
Asian American Advancing Justice
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles (Advancing Justice-LA) is the nation’s largest legal and civil rights organization for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPI). Founded in 1983 as the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, Advancing Justice-LA serves more than 15,000 individuals and organizations every year.
CA Attorney General
The Attorney General is the state's top lawyer and law enforcement official, protecting and serving the people and interests of California through a broad range of duties. The Attorney General's responsibilities include safeguarding Californians from harm and promoting community safety, preserving California's spectacular natural resources, enforcing civil rights laws, and helping victims of identity theft, mortgage-related fraud, illegal business practices, and other consumer crimes.
Center for American Progress
The Center for American Progress is an independent, nonpartisan policy institute that is dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans through bold, progressive ideas, as well as strong leadership and concerted action. Our aim is not just to change the conversation, but to change the country.
Center for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence
The Center for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence (CPRLV), which was created in March 2015 by the City of Montréal with the support of the Quebec Government, and the active involvement of community and institutional partners, is a pioneer in Canada and North America. It is the first independent non-profit organization aimed at preventing violent radicalization and providing support to individuals affected by the phenomenon, be they individuals who are radicalized or undergoing radicalization, family or friends of such individuals, teachers, professionals or field workers.
Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism
The Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino is a nonpartisan research and policy center that examines the ways that Bigotry, advocacy of extreme methods, or Terrorism, both Domestically and Internationally deny civil or Human Rights to people on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability or other relevant status characteristics. The center seeks to aid scholars, community activists, government officials, law enforcement, the media and others with objective information to aid them in their examination and implementation of law, education and policy.
City of LA Department of Civil + Human Rights & Equity
The Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department (LA Civil Rights) strives to maintain and strengthen Los Angeles’ diversity, equity, and accountability through commission support, outreach, legal remedies, and empowerment. LA Civil Rights works toward a racially equitable environment that levels the playing field and enhances opportunities for diverse communities.
Integrity First for America (IFA) is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization dedicated to holding those accountable who threaten longstanding principles of our democracy—including our country's commitment to civil rights and equal justice. Using the courts, and the court of public opinion, IFA seeks to protect the integrity of our democracy by fighting back against efforts to dismantle the norms that have kept America strong.
Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles
Founded in 1911 and based on Jewish values, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles convenes and leads the community and leverages its resources to assure the continuity of the Jewish people, support a secure State of Israel, care for Jews in need here and abroad, and mobilize on issues of concern to the local community, all with its local, national, and international partners.
LA County District Attorney’s - Bureau of Victim Services
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is committed to helping all victims of crime. The Bureau of Victim Services provides essential services to crime victims and witnesses. Victim services representatives provide a range of free services to help victims become survivors. Program services are provided free of charge and there is no legal residency or citizenship requirement.
LA County Office of Violence Prevention
The Los Angeles County Office of Violence Prevention (OVP), housed within the Department of Public Health, works to strengthen coordination, capacity and partnerships to address the root causes of violence, and to advance policies and practices that are grounded in race equity, to prevent all forms of violence and to promote healing across all communities in Los Angeles County.
LA County Trauma Prevention Institute
The Los Angeles County Trauma Prevention Initiative (TPI) serves to support intervention work with Hospital-based Intervention, Street Outreach, and Community Violence Intervention. It provides Capacity Building through Peer-to-Peer Violence Prevention Learning and Training and Technical Assistance, and works in Prevention in communities through facilitated community engagement and strategic planning (CAP meeting) and implementing community-identified prevention strategies.
The McCain Institute is a non-partisan do-tank dedicated to character-driven global leadership based on security, economic opportunity, freedom, and human dignity. The institute seeks to promote humanitarian action, human freedom, and democracy, national security. and to embrace technology in producing better designs for educated decisions in national and international policy
Muflehun - a resource center
Muflehun is a resource center, at the nexus of society, security and technology. Working with stakeholders we design contextualized solutions to complex social challenges. Our focus is on preventing and mitigating social disruption – by adapting to climate impacts, increasing resilience to hate and extremism, and increasing stability in fragile regions and post-conflict states.
Nat'l institute of Justice for Extremism
National Institute of Justice is the research, development and evaluation agency of the U.S. Department of Justice.We are dedicated to improving knowledge and understanding of crime and justice issues through science. We provide objective and independent knowledge and tools to inform the decision-making of the criminal and juvenile justice communities to reduce crime and advance justice, particularly at the state and local levels.
Program of Extremism: George Washington University
The Program on Extremism at George Washington University provides analysis on issues related to violent and non-violent extremism. The Program spearheads innovative and thoughtful academic inquiry, producing empirical work that strengthens extremism research as a distinct field of study. The Program aims to develop pragmatic policy solutions that resonate with policymakers, civic leaders, and the general public.
SAMSHA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center
The San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. is dedicated to improving the mental health of individuals and families within the Greater San Fernando Valley community. This is achieved by providing effective and culturally sensitive therapeutic services based on each consumer’s individualized needs, strengths and choices.
US Secret Service
The United States Secret Service is a federal law enforcement agency under the Department of Homeland Security charged with conducting criminal investigations and protecting U.S. political leaders, their families, and visiting heads of state or government.
USC Safe Communities Institute, Homegrown Violent Extremism Studies
The Safe Communities Institute (SCI) at the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy engages in research, interdisciplinary education, and collaboration to advance sustainable public safety strategies, policies, and programs. The Institute’s mission is three-fold: reaching people with a new understanding of public safety that hinges on education, awareness and research, and community engagement; advancing violence prevention strategies, policies and research; and contributing to global security in a time of increasing threats.
Western Center on Law and Poverty
Western Center on Law & Poverty was formed in 1967 by a passionate group of attorneys and legal scholars from USC, UCLA and Loyola law schools who sought to create a unique organization, driven by the belief that low-income Californians deserve the finest possible legal representation before every institution that shapes their lives.
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services has provided free mental health, substance use disorder and suicide prevention services since 1942. Dedicated to serving communities where stigma or poverty limits access, Didi Hirsch helps more than 150,000 children and adults from 10 locations and 100 schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties each year.
The Help Group
Founded in 1975, The Help Group is the largest, most innovative and comprehensive nonprofit of its kind in the United States serving children, adolescents and young adults with special needs related to autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental delays, abuse and emotional challenges.
Kedren Community Health Center
Serving primarily the South Central and Southeast areas of Los Angeles since 1965, Kedren Community Health Center provides quality integrated health and behavioral health services to children, youth, adults, and families irrespective of immigration status, residency, language, culture, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or one’s ability to pay.
Project Return Peer Support Network
Project Peer Support Network (PRPSN), Los Angeles County's oldest organization run by and for people living with mental illness, creates opportunities for connection that enrich and inspire individuals with mental illness to pursue a life without limits.
LA County Dept. of Mental Health
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) is the largest county-operated mental health department in the United States, directly operating programs in more than 85 sites, and providing services through contract programs and LACDMH staff at approximately 300 sites co-located with other County departments, schools, courts, and various organizations.
Jewish Family Service Los Angeles
Established in 1854 Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles is a comprehensive network of services that welcomes individuals and families of all ages and identities to a full spectrum of care; working with individuals and their loved ones to problem-solve and guide them on their paths to safety and wellness
Mental Health America - Los Angeles
MHALA is a nonprofit organization that works to ensure that people with mental health needs achieve meaningful, healthy lives in their communities. Using integrated, comprehensive solutions to meet each individual where they are, they provide the specific services each person needs.
Amanecer Community Counseling Services
Amanecer has been a leading provider of community mental health and case management services in Los Angeles since 1975. A trauma-informed agency with a focus on cultural competency, accessibility, and Evidence-Based Practices, Amanecer provides new beginnings for some of LA’s most vulnerable residents every single day.
Institute for Multicultural Counseling and Education Services
IMCES is a nonprofit community clinic that is structured to provide clinical services, as well as clinical training and education. IMCES provides integrative mental health, primary care, substance abuse, and social services to help people of all ages, ethnicities, and cultures.
South Asian Network
The South Asian Network (SAN) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides culturally and linguistically specific services to and advocacy on behalf of South Asians in Southern California, in the areas of healthcare access, gender-based violence, and civil rights/civic engagement
Not in Our Town
Not In Our Town is a movement to stop hate, racism and bullying, and build safe, inclusive communities for all. With film, social media, and organizing tools, NIOT helps local leaders build vibrant, diverse cities and towns, where everyone is encouraged to participate.
Cross Cultural Expressions Community Counseling Center
The Cross-Cultural Expressions Community Counseling Center (CCECCC) provides affordable therapy in a multicultural setting to immigrants, refugees, and other underserved populations. Located in Encino, California, CCECCC offers culturally and linguistically proficient therapy and supportive services in a variety of languages for individuals, couples, and families.
Community Helpline has been taking crisis calls since 1971, helping callers work through feelings that range from loneliness & depression, to suicide, providing hope and compassion to the caller. As a confidential crisis and referral hotline, they have served the local South Bay community and have grown to serve the entire state of California.