Suicide Prevention Hotline, Chat & Text – Veterans Crisis Line
Welcome to the Military Crisis Line Home; Military Crisis Line Serving those who serve our country. The Military Crisis Line, text- messaging service, and online chat provide free VA support for all Service members, including members of the National Guard and Reserve, and all Veterans, even if they are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.
Click here for more information Online at: www.veteranscrisisline.net
Due to COVID-19, employers and workers in our region are facing challenges of epic proportions.
During these unprecedented times, the LAEDC has established this LA Covid-19 Community Connectory which seeks to provide crucial resources for vulnerable residents, small businesses, and nonprofits. The Community Connectory:
- Engages LAEDC’s award-winning staff of business assistance and layoff avoidance professionals to directly help employers overcome challenges, retain staff and position for economic recovery.
- Spotlights a growing array of financial resources that directly support individuals, as well as programs to help businesses and community-based organizations.
- Provides frequent analysis and economic outlooks from LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics to help all people in our region plan for economic recovery.
All the services of LA Community Connectory are provided at no charge, in keeping with LAEDC’s public-benefit mission, and true to our history of helping save over 240,000 direct jobs in LA County over the past 20 years.
Click here to go to site for more information and to register for services
Veterans’ Employment and Business Services for the City of Glendale California
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The Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative (LAVC) is a structured network of public, private, and government agencies from across multiple sectors working together to improve the lives of veterans, service members, and military families in Los Angeles County. Our mission is achieved by strategically coordinating and improving veteran access to services. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every Month.
April we take the time to recognize Month of the Military Child. Find out new updates regarding the VPAN, learn about our Military and Families Working Group drive thru event on April 24, and welcome back to Nate Graeser, Director of Veteran Initiatives at Southern California Grantmakers.
The Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN) is the voice of women who have served or are currently serving in the military. We are a member-driven network dedicated to supporting, connecting and advocating for the individual and collective needs of service women; past, present and future.
The NEW Women’s Business Center is a Small Business Administration (SBA) program whose mission is to enable and empower women entrepreneurs through advocacy, outreach, education and support.
see the April 2021 Calendar of workshops, or book a free consultation, here
The NEW Women’s Business Center presents: New funding round details were recently announced for the California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program. These efforts provide urgent relief for the small businesses of California, with four new rounds to address ongoing need depending on your qualifications. Funds will be awarded in amounts up to $25,000 to underserved micro- and small businesses throughout the state. Nonprofits would also be eligible for these grants.
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (PDT)
Registration Deadline: 3/16/21 12:00 PM (PDT)
Fee: No Fee
Point of Contact: emailInfo
Program Format: Online Meeting (Live)
Training Topics: COVID-19 Financing Capital
The Grant Program: – Eligibility Requirements, What the funding can be used for, the application, required documents.
If you are thinking about starting a new business or have recently started one, this is a valuable workshop for you. Starting a Business: What You Need to Know cuts through the confusion and chaos of what you need to do and think about to start a business.
In just 2 hours, you will gain a clear understanding of all the legal requirements for a start-up business, as well as actions that are simply smart to do. Some of the key topics covered include naming your business, licenses and taxes, insurance, financing sources, elements of a business plan, and marketing considerations. You’ll also hear how SCORE can help you succeed in your new venture. Reserve your ($10.00) seat here
And check out SCORE Los Angeles for many more learning and support opportunities.
Your brand influences your potential customers the moment they see it. A brand image that displays little or inaccurate information makes the wrong first impression. The intention of creating a brilliant brand is to actively position yourself to attract the interest of your ideal customer. The magic begins when you’ve aligned your brand image to your brand essence and then consistently share it in your message and stories. Learn how to develop a strategy for your brand that is genuine to who you are and draws your audience right to you. This webinar will cover :
- The importance of a well-defined brand
- The essence of your brand is the foundation for all your marketing
- Developing a brand narrative that speaks to your customer
- How to position your brand to a target audience
Click here for more information and to register
Attend a free online seminar brought to you by the Women’s Business Center.
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM (PST)
Registration Deadline: 2/8/21 8:00 AM (PST)
Fee: No Fee
. Register here.
The Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative (LAVC) is a structured network of over 300 public, private, and government agencies from across multiple sectors working together to improve the lives of veterans, service members, and military families in Los Angeles County. Register for the next online meeting here.