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Mission Statement

The mission of the South Central Los Angeles Emerging Aging Disability Resource Connection (SCLA ADRC) is to provide a seamless No Wrong Door Service policy and strategy so both the Senior and Disability Communities can easily negotiate the complex network of public and private, social, medical, transportation and other services. The strategy of efficient communication between and among service providers defines the policy of No Wrong Door for consumers needing help where people can link head and heart into an integrated, intelligent solution.


The Emerging South Central Los Angeles ADRC team was established in July of 2020, and is head quartered in historic Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA).
The SCLA ADRC team is diverse in every sense of the word˗˗gender, race, age, ability, and experience. We are a group of people who share a common goal and it is our dedication and commitment to the Aging and Disability community that motivates us to do our work. So, let’s meet the team! ADRC Coordinator: Vikki VIckers and Program Advocate: Brigette Wallman, ADRC Data Coordinator/Bookkeeper: Allen Chamber and ADRC Researcher/Support Staff Renee Nash

Carrie Madden

ADRC Program Director

Allen Chamber

ADRC Advocate

Henerietta Hogan

ADRC Program Advocate

  • Department of Aging
  • 211LA

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