Dear Friends and Family,
We are excited to kick off our annual fundraising campaign for the training fund, as we are celebrating our 10-Year Anniversary! We want to tell you about the joy of these 10 years and 58 employees that have been part of LAHH. Thank you for being an essential part of the success experienced by people with disabilities.
It has been a 10-year adventure full of the ups and downs that come with any work that involves passion and dedication...
LAHH Honors All Who Served on November 11th!
We would like to take a moment and express our gratitude to all those who have served in our armed forces as there are 20.8 million Veterans living today. Click on the picture above to read the story, “What Veterans Day Means to Me”.
We also express our deep gratitude and continuing support to the twenty-nine veterans who have worked with LAHH since our beginning in 2007 by listing their first name: Cris, Daniel, Evan, Joe, Meg, John, Rick, Cadell, Jackie, Bill, Tom, Chris, Novia, Chris, Tina, Elizabeth, Melvin, Willie, Taylor, Rod, Randy, Matthew, Leon, Sean, Ed, Brandon, Wes, Catrena, and Althea.
Thank you for being an important part of our lives through your contribution at LAHH!
We remember you in our thoughts and prayers
This September, the Los Angeles Habilitation House (LAHH) welcomed its newest group of graduates from its Certification Program. Graduates include: Andre Calvin Jr., Brandon Osborne, Bryan Cosajay, David Burris, Greg Demer, Ivan Anita, Justin Sabath, Keene Cibu, Mark Walker, Michael Mann, Omery Tanner, Stephen Morthel and Anthony Taylor. (Read the full article)
Essendo quasi giunti alla fine di un bellissimo anno, vogliamo anche condividere con voi alcune esperienze vissute da noi con i nostri impiegati come segni semplici di speranza e positivita' accaduti nella vita dell'uomo. Continua a leggere qui...
Let's Give Hope a Chance!
We are excited to kick off our annual fundraising campaign! Watch the short movie to understand how your donation is making a true and essential contribution in the lives of individuals with disabilities. Click here to read the full story