Services

Housing

MOHF Family House

MOHF operates six housing facilities in South Los Angeles with 60 bed capacity. These housing facilities provide what we refer to as “home living”: affordable, clean, safe housing to single adults, male, female and LGBTQ, TAY, and returning citizens experiencing homelessness.

We offer single and double occupancy in homes that are fully furnished, with utilities and Wi-Fi included. Clients are also given cleaning supplies, hygiene kits, feminine products, and bed linens.

Employment Assistance

MOHF Employmment Assistance

At MOHF we understand employment is a step towards becoming self-sucicient. Individuals will work our case managers who will connect them to reliable employment opportunities.

TRANSITIONAL SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

Measure of Hearts Foundation offers a temporary and “home-like” living arrangement d to assist individuals or families experiencing homelessness or facing housing instability. provides a supportive environment that combines housing assistance with supportive services to help residents transition to stable, independent living.

The support services often include case management, employment assistance, and other resources tailored to the specific needs of the individuals or families.

The goal is to empower residents to overcome challenges, address underlying issues, and ultimately move towards long-term housing stability.

Outreach

MOHF Outreach

MOHF will also meet individuals where they are in the community to create awareness of our supportive housing.

We reach out to faith-based organizations, government entities and network with our pool of housing providers to address the immediate needs of those in need.

Case Management

Case Management

  • Assistance with securing and tracking eligible county and state benefits.
  •  Financial education; education and employment supportive services and referrals.
  •  Linkage to mental health and substance use treatment.
  •  Accompaniment to medical appointments.
  •  Probation appearances, when appropriate; and
  •  Linkage to community-based reentry services and supports.