Welcome to Antelope Valley Partner of Health!!

During the construction of our main building, we have moved to a temporary location at 858 W Jackman St. Lancaster, CA.

If you need resources or services, please call to make an appointment by calling (661) 942-4719 or click here to ensure staff are available to assist you.

**AVPH food pantry is back on a continuous schedule at 858 W. Jackman St, Lancaster, CA 93534. Check our social media and website for the food pantry flyer with 2024 Jan-June dates.**

We appreciate your patience during this time. We will keep you informed of any changes or updates.

Welcome to Antelope Valley Partner of Health!!

Have any questions? (661) 942-4719

Antelope Valley Partners for Health
Address

44226 10th St W, Lancaster, CA 93534

Office Hours
Monday – Sunday 8AM–4PM

Housing

Our mission is to actively serve the community of the Antelope Valley by providing services that contribute to the health, safety, and quality of life for each individual/families, starting with a stable home.

Early Prevention:

  • Student
  • Family 
  • Minor Home Repairs

Maintaining a healthy and safe home is a difficult task, especially on a fixed income. Minor Home Repair assists low- and moderate-income older and disabled homeowners by providing health and safety related repairs that they cannot perform due to lack of funds and/or inability to physically perform the repairs themselves. Our purpose is to enable people to remain in their homes as long as possible.

We offer the following services

  • Plumbing/sewer repair
  • Minor carpentry
  • Limited roof repair
  • Door/window repair
  • Select weatherization
  • Ramp repair
  • Handrails/grab bars
  • Door locks
  • Smoke alarms/carbon monoxide detectors

Low- and moderate-income homeowners 62 and older or disabled homeowners 18 and older. Our program uses government grants and private donations to provide labor at no charge and materials either free or at cost, depending on your income level. The goal of the Handyworker Program is to contribute to the overall revitalization and stability of the targeted neighborhoods by providing minor home repair services to (income-qualified households) within the unincorporated areas in the Antelope Valley that are part of the Fifth Supervisorial District of Los Angeles County. The object of the program is to improve the condition of homes, including mobile and manufactured homes that are considered part of the County’s permanent housing stock.

The Program is designed to address the habitability of, and mobility within the home. While a wide variety of work may be eligible under the federal housing rehabilitation regulations, Antelope Valley Partners for Health (AVPH) retains the right to determine the scope of work that meets the criteria of need for habitability and mobility within an income-qualified housing unit, and to deny assistance for items not meeting that requirement. Currently, due to limited funding and the high level of need and interest in the Handyworker Program serving the unincorporated areas of the Antelope Valley, households are required to wait a period of three (3) FISCAL YEARS BEFORE RE-APPLYING TO THE Program. The program is based on a Fiscal Year beginning July 1st through June 30th.

Service Area

The following areas of the Unincorporated Supervisorial District 5 of Los Angeles County, in and around the Antelope Valley, will be served for eligible participants of the project. These areas include: Pearblossom, Lake Los Angeles, Juniper Hills, Littlerock, Llano, Del Sur, Hi Vista, Lake Elizabeth, Lake Hughes, Antelope Acres, Valyermo and portions of Quartz Hill. Client geographic location eligibility will be through address verification on the “map locator” on the CDBG partner’s page.

Leadership

Mission and Vision

Board of Directors

 

Emotional Wellness

Programs provide counseling and therapy services for youth and adolescents experiencing mental health. Important mental health habits—including coping, resilience and good judgment—help adolescents to achieve overall wellbeing and set the stage for positive mental health in adulthood. Mental health programs are designed to help youth and adolescents maintain a positive and productive lifestyle that promotes meaningful and beneficial relationships and connections to family, peers, and the community both during treatment and after treatment ends.

 

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Maternal and Child Health

Maternal and child health is a priority for AVPH and the Antelope Valley community. The Antelope Valley has some of the highest rates of infant mortality, low birth weight babies, preterm births, teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections in the United States. In fact, these rates are higher than other parts of Los Angeles County! While many factors contribute to this trend (including income level), there are plenty of resources available to help families cultivate an environment that supports healthy pregnancies and children from their first days through adulthood.

 

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Home Visitation Program

The Home Visitation program is a one-on-one visit between the expectant mother and the family support specialist. The visits can be scheduled during pregnancy or after birth, depending on the needs of each family. Visits are typically conducted weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly as determined by the family support work (FSS).

 

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Youth

Provides a broad range of coordinated services for youth who are in foster care, experiencing homelessness or other barriers and need support to finish school, find a job or pursue a career path. Our programs are designed to prepare students to become self-confident, self-sufficient and independent adults.

 

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Workforce Development

Focuses on an individual’s ability to grow their skills and develop the tools they need for business success. In other words, training individuals to be more productive and prosperous in the workplace, which benefits both the employer and the worker.

 

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Family Support

The Family Support program helps parents/caregivers become better equipped to move their children on a path toward a brighter future. The process of building a healthy home environment so that children will thrive is key to reducing or eliminating the damaging effects of poverty on children and families.

 

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Housing

To support the realization of the best quality of life possible for each individual/families, starting with a stable home.

 

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Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center offer support by helping parents, families, and children locate and use services within their communities. The services can include parent groups, sibling support groups, resource libraries, classes, and play groups. They also can provide referral information for family visitation services, food and clothing banks, and more.

 

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Health Education

To provide educational programming, services, and resources that will enable individuals of the Antelope Valley to play active roles in achieving, protecting, and sustaining health and wellness. HE is dedicated to helping you find the most appropriate health and wellness information and support available. We provide educational workshops, services, and resources.

 

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