• >>> Download the full 2018 Spring eNewsletter   Yes! I want to support Chrysalis clients like Maria who are participating in programs like WEP as they break down their barriers to employment.       I am interested in giving the gift of time by providing essential one-on-one services to clients working toward their pathway…

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  • After a 4-year cycle of substance abuse and unstable housing, Maria came to Chrysalis and found a place where she could heal and ready herself to return to her career as a real estate broker. Now, she inspires others with her story. Learn about her journey and how a very special workshop series empowered Maria as an individual and business woman.

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  • “Every single time I hear that bell ring, and every time I hear someone tell their story, is a favorite memory. For me, that’s what it’s really about. It’s about camaraderie, respect, achievement, and pride. And it’s not only the person telling their story, but the reaction of everyone in the office around them. It’s…

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  • We recently sat down for a Q&A with Christian, a Chrysalis client working a transitional job providing street maintenance in the Figueroa Corridor area of Downtown Los Angeles.

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  • What really appealed to me about Chrysalis was that it’s not handouts and it’s not charity. It’s professional work guidance to people that have had a hard time.

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  • With years of solid work history and a college degree, Katherine never imagined she would lose her livelihood and her home. As she grappled with the reality of beginning a job search in her 60s, she knew she needed someone in her corner.

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  • Tastemade’s documentary, “The Shift,” follows the extraordinary stories of Chrysalis clients Bryon and Darrell and their journeys from incarceration to working for celebrity chef Curtis Stone.

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  • Jayson was faced with challenges after he left that army that lead him to substance abuse and more than 17 years of homelessness. He came to Chrysalis for a fresh start. Now, he transforms discarded carbon fiber into skateboards – a job that has transformed his life.

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  • For more than three decades, Chrysalis has been changing lives through jobs. But the recent surge in the homeless population has only toughened an already challenging task. Los Angeles Magazine sat down with Chrysalis President & CEO Mark Loranger about the crisis and his organization’s work.

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  • Our 2017 Fall Newsletter is packed with news you could use – including answers to questions about hiring, upcoming events, and new programs that are changing lives.

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