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  Project ACHIEVE
437 Fernando Court
Glendale, CA 91204

Contact: Joseph Colletti, Ph.D., Executive Director
Phone: (818)246-7900
Fax: (818)246-2858


Project ACHIEVE, a program of the Institute for Urban Research and Development, is a multi-agency, multi-service program that is committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness -- one person at a time... one family at a time -- in the Greater Glendale Area.

It consists of a street outreach team, a one-stop center for homeless services, a year-round 40-bed emergency shelter program for homeless families and individuals and a transitional housing program for homeless families. Case management is a primary activity of this project and the key to its success.

Moving beyond the provision of clients' basic temporal needs (food, clothing and shelter), case management assists clients to identify and remove barriers in order to achieve self-sufficiency and independence. They meet with specialized case managers in employment, housing, mental health, substance abuse recovery and veterans services when appropriate.

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Project ACHIEVE is a place where businesses, churches, schools, social clubs and others can get involved as volunteers and engage homeless residents in positive activities. From our Guest Chef Program to student internships, there are many ways in which to share your talents, skills, experiences and resources with Project ACHIEVE.

To get involved or make a tax-deductible donation, contact Gayle B. Wayne at 818-549-2211.


  • Joseph Colletti, Ph.D., Executive Director
  • Lynn Berry, LCSW, Director of Clinical and Residential Services
  • Gayle B. Wayne, Director of Development
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