Help Me Help You is a community based non-profit organization dedicated to uplifting homeless and low-income families and individuals by increasing access to food, public benefits, economic security, and affordable housing.
Our work reduces hunger and poverty, improves nutrition and health, and boost family economic security. Programs target homeless and disadvantaged families and individuals, including seniors, disabled individuals, single mothers, veterans and youth.
Jeanette Ayala, EdD
Moussa Bocoume, PhD
Clinical Supervisor, Davita
Credit Union CEO, RET
President, United Properties & Holding
Boeing Aircraft, RET
(Not related to Jerome Washington)
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Help Me Help You relies on a large community of valuable partners to meet our mission and collectively service client's needs. We are co-located at the City of Long Beach's Multi-Service Center (MSC).
The Multi-Service Center (MSC) - Operated by the City of Long Beach Homeless Services Division, is designed to provide one-stop access to resources for individuals and families experiencing homelessness within the City of Long Beach. The MSC serves as the centralized point of entry for homeless services city-wide. The center houses a mixture of co-located public and private social service agencies that provide critical resources and housing linkages to Long Beach residents experiencing homelessness.
Some of our partners include:
California Association of Food Banks
City of Long Beach
Goodwill of Southern LA County
Long Beach Rescue Mission
MHA-LA, The Village
South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness
The Children's Clinic
US Vets and more
Values, Ethics and Guidelines for Behavior
Help Me Help You, as a public charitable organization, has a responsibility to society. As stewards of such;
Help Me Help You is committed to the ethical use of information and funds.
Help Me Help You will use absolute discretion and confidentiality regarding sensitive information.
Help Me Help You will develop strong links with other, educational institutions, agencies, and community groups.
Help Me Help You is intent upon building a reputation on the fundamental principles of honesty, integrity, and reliability. Our business practices and reflect the importance we attach to these principles. We strive to maintain high standards of ethical behavior when interacting with the community, sponsorship partners, funders, business partners, and suppliers. Help Me Help You also expects these high standards of those who represent the organization.