Join our network of community partners

Developing community partnerships is crucial to filling service gaps and providing comprehensive care to our patients. We have a network of referral partners, such as the finest hospitals, for patients that need surgery, specialty care, imaging or advanced treatment. We partner with community organizations to connect patients with social services they need, such as food, housing and job training. We work closely with local, State and Federal government agencies.

Partners wanted: from pediatrics to older adults.

We believe that together, we can accomplish more and assist more community members in need. We are looking to offer more comprehensive care through partnerships in specific programs such as pediatrics, infectious disease, care for older adults, behavioral health (substance use treatment and wellness centers), and dental services.

We work with a wide range of community partners


Our hospital partners include Cedars Sinai, Kaiser Permanente, UCLA and USC. We refer our patients to our hospital partners for surgery, imaging, advanced treatment and other services.

Homeless partnerships

To address the increase in the homeless population in Los Angeles County, we are involved in a variety of partnerships. The E6 Street Outreach Team, funded by DHS, is a multi-disciplinary team focusing on connecting homeless individuals to housing, supportive services (from medical care to behavioral health) and a comprehensive medical home. The E6 team is a collaboration between The Center at Blessed Sacrament and The People Concern. Our other partners in assisting people experiencing homelessness include Venice Family Clinic, Housing Works, First Presbyterian Church, LA Christian Center, PATH, LAHSA, and Safe Parking LA.

Other community health centers

We partner with the Venice Family Clinic, Eisner Health and the South Bay Family Health center to drive innovative programs and initiatives. For example, we are collaborating on creative ways to make more services available to more patients through technology.

Local businesses

There are a variety of ways for local businesses to get involved. A company can donate goods or services; or hold a day of giving for employees, who could, for example, come to the clinic to hand out survival kits for people experiencing homelessness. Ask about a customized program!


Talk to us about a partnership. Call 323-330-1670.