Six centers to apply in person for the $ 1,000 monthly assistance offered by Los Angeles

Los Angeles California. – El r Register for the millionaire draw program Big: Leap of the city of The Angels starts this friday. Those interested in receiving $ 1,000 monthly for one year must apply through internet or walk-ins at one of the community centers corresponding to them according to their address.

How do I know if I am eligible for the Big: Leap program?

The program fund has almost $ 40 million and estimates to help 3,200 people with a monthly income, which will not limit the undocumented residents in the city.

These are the requirements for those interested:

  • Be a resident of Los Angeles
  • Being over 18 years
  • Have income below the poverty level (enter this link to check the income table)
  • Have at least one dependent
  • Show that you were affected by the coronavirus crisis.

Where and when can I apply?

From Friday October 29 until November 7 will be the application period that can be done online, on the portal or by going in person to the following registration centers.

  • Councilman Curren Price’s Office: 4301 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles

With special hours from Monday to Friday 9 am to 7 pm | Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 a.m.

According to the question and answer section of the page Big:Leap, “If you need assistance in person, call 311 for a list of community partners who provide assistance.” Univision34 Los Angeles made a call to get information on where to go this was the answer.

“The idea is that an online application is made, but if they cannot, they call us and depending on the zip code we will indicate the name and telephone number of the community center where you will receive help to complete and submit your application.

For those who cannot reach the centers Councilor Price’s office contact number (323) 846-2651.


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Six centers to apply in person for the $ 1,000 monthly assistance offered by Los Angeles