Alexandria House is a transitional residence and house of hospitality for women and children in need. Located in mid-city Los Angeles, it provides safe and supportive housing to single women and women with children in the process of moving from emergency shelter to permanent housing. Alexandria House also responds to community needs and provides a gathering place for residents and neighbors alike. Alexandria House is consciously anti-racist and committed to creating a community with the values of mutuality, dignity, and respect.
- offers transitional housing and collective support system for women whose goal is permanent housing and economic stability;
- provides skills-building sessions for women who are residents at Alexandria House, as well as for women in the neighborhood;
- assists neighbors and residents in accessing resources for housing, health care, child care, and other services;
- facilitates community organizing, anti-racism efforts, and activism for social change in the neighborhood and broader Los Angeles community.