The Los Angeles House of Ruth offers a safe and secure haven for homeless families, many of whom are homeless due to domestic violence.
The Los Angeles House of Ruth: a Shelter for Battered Women and Their Children Will Be Hosting Our 2021 Bingo-Silent Auction and Raffle Dinner on Saturday, November 6, 2021
Featured prizes include Motorcycle and Gondola Experiences, Golf Package, Tickets to Love Actually Live and Monet: The Immersive Experience, First Edition Books, Electronics, Items for Kids, Homes, and more!
Please Join Us
Join us for an evening of bingo, dinner and drinks, silent auction, and a raffle to benefit the Los Angeles House of Ruth. For more than 40 years, we’ve provided shelter and counseling for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and homelessness. The event will be held Saturday November 6 from […]
Meet Our New Board Member!
Kimberly Miranda is a first-generation PhD student at UCLA in Chicana/o and Central American Studies where her focus is on the intersections of race, gender, class, and housing in Los Angeles’ Eastside. Her time with the Los Angeles Center for Community Law and Action (LACCLA) in Boyle Heights has been foundational in amplifying stories of […]
Video Spotlights Covid-19’s Impact on Homeless Women and Children
Recently Spectrum News 1 covered the devastating impact Covid-19 is having on homeless women and children. During an interview with anchors Melvin Robert and Giselle Fernandez, Sr. Jennifer Gaeta, discusses the many challenges the Los Angeles House of Ruth is facing in trying to help these vulnerable families. Please take a moment to watch the […]
Call (323) 266-4139 to reach us if you need assistance finding shelter.
Los Angeles House of Ruth Programs & Services
The primary goal of Los Angeles House of Ruth (LAHR) is to empower women to move from abuse and dependency to independence and success. For more than 40 years, we have provided wrap around services and shelter to over 5,000 women and children, with a remarkable 90% success rate at placing them into permanent housing!