CATALYST - One event that causes change to happen at a faster rate than thought possible.     

      One person living on the street will cost a community more than $30,000 a year in services and support. What if it
was achievable to use just a small fraction of that amount and start a chain reaction that breaks a homeless
person free from homelessness forever?
 That's exactly what we do!

      West Coast Care (WCC) is able to accomplish this without the cost of maintaining expensive buildings and parking
lots. We take the
"Power of the Rehab" and other dynamic strategies directly to the homeless on the Westside of Los
Angeles. Since 2006, WCC has touched the lives of more than
12,000 homeless. Our mission has become the
CATALYST needed to make this happen.
      "They knew exactly what to do to get me going again!"  Frank - Reunited with his wife and kids in Chicago.
      "I can't thank you enough for getting our son home to us."  Debbie - Her teenage son was a runaway.  
      "They never gave up on me. They kept coming back."
 Cheryl - Living with her sister and working in Boston.


      One person like you can help us lift someone out of this extreme form of poverty. Join with us in the fight to end
. Thank you for your abundant gifts and compassion for the homeless. Please remember to give today!

      Give by mail:
              West Coast Care
              1223 Wilshire Blvd.  #865
              Santa Monica, CA 90403

      Give online:
              Click the West Coast Care logo to go to our PayPal site.

      Need more info? Contact:
              Ron Hooks
              Executive Director

          Recovery      Resources       Referrals      Reunification

    West Coast Care is endorsed by the City of Santa Monica.
                          West Coast Care is a 501c3 non-profit charity. Your financial gifts are tax-deductible. All Rights Reserved @ 2014.
Right: PLACE
Right: TIME
The CATALYST Concept
Street homelessness is down more than 70%.
WCC has helped make this possible.
Takin' It to the Streets
The Doobie Brothers
"Takin' It to the Streets"  1976