California Department of Rehabilitation 6125 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA90232 The Department of Rehabilitation is here to help Californians with disabilities find and continue employment and live…More independently in their communities. The department serves individuals with any type of physical or mental disability. Services can include training, education, transportation and job placement, as well as funding for Independent Living Centers.
Spirit Awakening Foundation 5601 W Slauson Ave, Culver City, CA90230 Funded as part of the Nathan Cummins Group, the Spirit Awakening Foundation's mission is to provide educational and…More spiritual programs to at-risk and incarcerated youth. The not-for-profit organization sponsors creative writing classes, meditation lessons and therapy groups focused on helping young people make informed life choices and fostering tolerance and harmony among racial groups. The Spirit Awakening foundation was founded by writer and actress Akuyoe Grahm, and has been active in the community for more than 10 years.
The National Coalition Ethnic Minority Nurse Association 6101 W Centinela Ave, Culver City, CA90230 The National Coalition Ethnic Minority Nurse Association is a national advocacy group serving to unite five different…More minority nurse associations. The group combines the Asian/ Pacific Islander nurse association, the Alaska Native nurse association, the National association of Hispanic nurses, the Philippine nurses association of America and the National Black nurses association. The organization raises funds and advocates for medical education and affordable healthcare. It was first unified in 1998.
Kayne Eras Center 5350 Machado Ln, Culver City, CA90230 The Kayne Eras Center is part of the Exceptional Children's Foundation, offering K-12 education for youth ages…More 5-22. The program here is designed for children who have developmental delays, learning disabilities, behavioral or emotional challenges, and/or health impairments. The credentialed staff of teachers and therapeutic professionals aims to find each student's path to learning and unlocking his or her unique potential through instruction, enrichment activities, counseling, adaptive courses, and individual therapy and support. Adult services are also available. The center opened in 2000 and continues to operate through private and non-public funds.