Project Angel Interfaith Network
P.O. Box A
South Pasadena, CA 91031
Contact: Ann Mills
What is Project Angel?
PROJECT ANGEL is an interfaith network committed to helping local churches, synagogues, businesses and individuals mobilize to meet the needs of individual L.A. County + USC Medical Center patients and their families as identified by the Department of Pastoral Care.
How did Project Angel begin?
PROJECT ANGEL was started in 1988 under the leadership of the Presbyterian
Chaplain, the Rev. Santos Ramos, to enable a quick response to urgent needs of patients through an organized network of local Angel Churches willing to reach out to their neighbors in times of crisis.
What does Project Angel do?
PROJECT ANGEL is staffed by volunteers from participating churches and the
community and functions as an extension of the Department of Pastoral Care, providing referrals and services to patients. The Chaplain or Social Worker identifies a need through visitation and counseling. PROJECT ANGEL meets the need or links the patient with a local agency, church or synagogue which has already indicated its ability to respond.
We would be happy to come to your group to speak about the Network.