1736 Family Crisis Center provides emergency, critical care, and rehabilitative services for extremely vulnerable and often vicitmized clientele who are facing or fleeing from life-threatening circumstances, including domestic violence, child abuse, sex trafficking, homelessness, and suicidal ideation.

The mission of the 1736 Family Crisis Center is comprehensively to help children, women, men and families through crisis, including domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness, joblessness, poverty, human trafficking, suicide ideation, and attempts, addiction, post-traumatic stress, and emotional and life-survival challenges, thereby improving their prospects for long-term housing, psychological wellness, financial stability, and success.

Las Candalistas supports the Crisis Center’s South Bay Children’s Mental Health Program. This program is supervised by licensed therapists and combines age and developmentally appropriate mental health therapy, including case work, clinical assessment, and treatment with therapeutic activities (e.g., psychotherapy, art and play therapy). Serves 125 youth.