Established in 1979, Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) is a social service and community development organization that improves the lives of individuals and families and promotes the rich heritage of Southern California’s ethnic communities.

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Over 6000 clients served in 2016

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Affordable housing units complete

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Languages spoken by LTSC social workers

SPECIAL PROJECTS

Terasaki Budokan

LTSC is working to bring a decades-old community dream to LA’s Little Tokyo—a multipurpose sports and community center.

Far East Lounge

The Far East Lounge is a Little Tokyo gathering space for seniors and others to connect and enjoy activities that promote wellness.

+ LAB

Through the +LAB initiative, LTSC teams up with artists and arts institutions to find imaginative ways to empower the Little Tokyo community.

#MyFSN

The First Street North block of Little Tokyo is a critical part of the past and future of our historic neighborhood.

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LA is updating its 35 community plans. Check out ACT-LA’s guide to equitable community planning and learn how you can get involved in planning LA’s future at https://t.co/bIC0byK0A5 @All4Transit

#MondayMotivation @LTSC Announced +LAB Artist Residency Program Fellows! Fellows will create artworks and projects promoting community engagement and creative place-making strategies, focused around the theme of “Community Control and Self-Determination. https://t.co/D7ZKLezqBb

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