United Mental Health Promoters Program (SPA3)

United Mental Health Promoters Program

United Mental Health Promoters program aims to reduce stigma associated with mental illness among culturally underserved communities in Los Angeles County by increasing awareness about mental health issues, removing barriers, and improving timely access to culturally and linguistically appropriate resources.

Services include:

Provides free educational workshops in multiple languages (English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese)

Their promoters are able to link community participants to resources


People they serve:

Adults and older adults


Contact Number
1359 N. Grand Ave
Covina, CA 91724

Armenian Cancer Support Group

for Patients Families and Caregivers

This cancer support group is for Armenian speaking patients, families and caregivers.

Topics include:

  • Managing fatigue
  • Nutrition and weight management
  • Spiritual support and fear

Join the group every Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

For registration and questions please contact Elizabeth Eskidjian at 818-669-2248 or visit www.cscp.link/calendar


Elizabeth Eskidjian



The Cancer Center Auditorium

Dignity Health Glendale Memorial Hospital

222 W. Eulalia Street

Glendale, CA

Beacon Placement & Care Services

Beacon Placement & Care Services

Their mission is to guide seniors and families through the process of finding the best housing and care options.

Helping older adults/seniors and their families find appropriate housing and lodging.


We have a 4 Easy Step Process to help families in need.

We Hone In on our clients needs:
We discover who our client truly is. We take time to listen and pay attention to details. We ask the right questions to find the right resources, housing, and care options.

We put together a target list of Options: We prescreen, tailor our search, and customize the options that match our clients needs and desires.

We take our families on Personal Tours: We take our clients and families on tours of their top choices. We guide our clients and help them to ask the right questions to find the right fit.

After the end of this process, our families are able to make an Educated Decision: Our clients and their families feel confident with their decision. After this process, our families feel peace of mind knowing they made the right choice.

We offer a FREE service to the clients we serve. We get paid by the community we introduce our client to and moves to. We have contracts with RCFEs- Residential Communities for the Elderly. Our community partners set aside a referral fee and that’s how we get paid.



San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire, San Bernardino County, San Diego, Beach cities, and Orange County areas


"HOPE" is always our focus!
We use the acronym "HOPE "to describe our core values and the ways in which we help families find light in the dark, challenging times. We provide peace of mind. We provide the best housing and care options for your family.

Contact Number
(626) 483-6278

PO Box 1044

Glendora, CA 91740

Mended Hearts Chapter 351

Mended Hearts Chapter 351

The Mended Hearts, Inc. (MHI) empowers heart patients and their families by providing relevant education and resources that enable them to make better decisions about their healthcare. Their mission is dedicated to “Inspiring hope and improving the quality of life for heart patients and their families through ongoing peer-to-peer support”.

Heart Disease is the #1 killer of women and men, even surpassing cancer. Cancer patients can also have heart disease related to genealogy and/or cancer treatment.

MHI’s education programs are designed for patients and families because we know that information is power, and we believe that shared decision making improves quality of life. This is done through a network of chapters across the USA and reaches out to 18 countries.
Our educational programs are in a variety of formats so they can reach more people and so they are easy to access.

Services include:

  • Support groups
  • Peer support
  • Diet and nutrition
  • Online social networking

In-person and virtual


People they serve: 

Mended Hearts serves ages beginning at conception and lasts throughout their lifetime. We serve all populations of heart disease patients.

MHI provides support, education and advocacy, conduct Zoom meetings with professional speakers and in-person gatherings.

Contact Number
562-698-0811  Ext. 12368
12401 Washington Blvd. 3 West Heart/Lung Center
Whittier, CA 90602
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My Sister My Friend Breast Cancer Support

My Sister My Friend Breast Cancer Support

My Sister My Friend Breast Cancer Support is a grassroots non-profit organization that provides ongoing supportive services to women and families battling breast cancer.

Services include:

support groups, navigational screening support, financial assistance, resource linkages (treatment transportation and disability), patient education, educational outreach, advocacy, research and clinical trials database, caregiver support, peer support and survivor events.

People they serve:

African American, Latina, and BIPOC communities

However, we provide services to any and everyone in need of our services. We do not discriminate.


Contact Number


Mailing Address

324 E. Forhan Street, Long Beach, CA 90805