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Delancey Street
San Francisco
600 Embarcadero San Francisco, CA 94107
415-512-5104 (Tel)
415-512-5141 (Fax)

Delancey Street
Los Angeles
400 N. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90004
323-644-4122 (Tel)
323-644-4147 (Fax)

Delancey Street
New Mexico
P.O. Box 1240
San Juan Pueblo, NM 87566
505-852-4291 x304 (Tel)
505-852-4292 (Fax)

Delancey Street
North Carolina
811 N. Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
336-379-8477 (Tel)
336-379-9449 (Fax)

Delancey Street
New York
100 Turk Hill Road
Brewster, New York 10509
845-278-6181 x205 (Tel)
845-278-2326 (Fax)

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The Delancey Street Foundation Los Angeles facility is located near midtown, right off the Hollywood freeway. The facility, housing approximately 300 residents, was constructed as a 220 room hotel; the Mission style building complex includes a huge ballroom for catering events for up to 500 people, with smaller catering rooms as well. The buildings surround a large 8,000 square foot tropical garden with cascading waterfalls. Residents have completely renovated the building since we bought it in 1993. In order to make the hotel more of a home, residents turned the guest rooms into living units ranging from dorms for the newcomers into small apartments as residents earn their way to more spacious living quarters, and opened up the dining area to 6,000 square feet for resident meals. Delancey Street-Los Angeles also has a 50,000 square foot warehouse Business Complex located in Montebello. This complex houses a number of Delancey Training Schools including Moving & Trucking, Automotive, Auto Body Shop, Warehouse Shipping and Receiving, Terrarium, Ceramics and Iron Handcraft Works and Sales.

Related Media
"Program offers convicts 2nd chance" (Whittier Daily News, 12/00)
Trees Against Trouble” (The Outlook, 12/01/97)
"Working to Kick Criminal Habits" (Los Angeles Times, 06/95)
"Delancey Street Rehab Center to Open in L.A." (Los Angeles Times, 05/93)
Once Convicts, They Now Build for a Better Life” (Los Angeles Times, 06/26/88)

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