The Norwalk Social Services Center offers a wide range of emergency and support services to residents in crisis situations. Our goal is to assist individuals and families whose resources have been exhausted, stabilize their situation and seek long-term solutions
Norwalk Social Services Center
11929 Alondra Blvd.
Norwalk, CA 90650
Fax: (562) 8929-5515
Hours Of Operation
Monday-Thursday - 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The City of Norwalk, funded with County, State and Federal funds, offers a variety of child care options throughout the community. Our program can help pay for all or part of your child care expenses. For more information, please click on the image below.
The Norwalk Dispute Resolution Program offers services, free of charge, which allow individuals with disputes to create their own solutions meeting their mutual needs, interests, and values as well as their rights and remedies. Our trained staff is available to assist our multicultural community in a neutral and professional manner through services that are cost-effective, quick, convenient, and empowering thus producing positive results. Jointly funded by the City of Norwalk and the Los Angeles County Dispute Resolution Program. For more information, please click on the image below.
Emergency food assistance is provided to individuals and families in Norwalk facing crisis situations. This service is made possible by the City of Norwalk and through public and private donations. If you would like to donate to the Emergency Food Cupboard, there are three ways.
Please click the flier for details on how you can help which are outlined on the donation form.
If you don't have time there are two other ways to donate. Click on the flier to donate through InstaCart.com
Or you can click here for the On-Line Donation form.
The City of Norwalk continues to dedicate itself to combating homelessness, especially with the increases in persons experiencing homelessness within the City, County and State. By working with agencies, and local groups, the City of Norwalk will effectively address homelessness, and improve the overall quality of life for all, by implementing action-oriented solutions. For more information, please click on the image below.
- Advocacy Assistance Referrals
- Employment Bulletin Board
- Lunch Menu
- Paralegal Services
- Self-Help Support Groups
- Service Links
Services include, but are not limited to providing information and referrals to social service agencies; crisis intervention to ensure clients rights; and assistance with completion and explanation of forms (i.e., Social Security, Welfare, Unemployment, etc.).
Information and referrals are made for a variety of support services including: alcohol and drug rehabilitation, counseling, employment assistance, money management, legal issues, and more.
Residential Financial Assistance
The Norwalk Social Services Center has funds specifically allocated to assist our community during financial hardship. you may qualify for Rental Assistance, up to $500 towards past due rent (once a year) or Utility Assistance, up to $200. The most common hardships are car repairs, recent reduction of income, recent termination from employment, and/or receiving unemployment or disability, paid medical costs and increase in rent
To qualify you must show proof of residency (City of Norwalk), Valid ID and Proof of Hardship
Please click on the image below for more information
Do you have a business and are looking for a way to give back to the community? If you are looking to hire, you can now post positions on the Norwalk Social Services Center Employment Bulletin Board. Businesses are welcomed to advertise employment opportunities free of charge. Please call (562) 929-5544 for more information, or email us at email@example.com.
If you are looking for a job, come see our Employment Bulletin Board! Current job openings, primarily entry level, in the Norwalk and surrounding areas are posted at the Social Services Center for individuals seeking employment. The City of Norwalk does not guarantee employment.
Meal Program for Seniors
Adults 60 years and older are welcome to enjoy hot nutritious meals.
Monday-Friday at 11:30 a.m.
$2.25 ages 60 and over
$4.25 ages 59 and under
Provided by SASSFA
Call (562) 929-5544
Click on the lunch menu below to see what's for lunch or to print.
Free paralegal services are available to qualifying Norwalk residents. This service is provided by Community Legal Services, and bilingual staff is available. Every first and third Wednesday from Noon to 5:00 p.m. Call 929-5544 for screening and appointment.