Daybreak Designs, a program of OPCC, will host a Valentine’s Day Sale
on Friday, February 8th from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the OPCC Cloverfield Services Center, 1751 Cloverfield Boulevard.
Among the items on sale are handmade jewelry, greeting cards, quilts, crocheted items, pottery, tasty eats, and amazing artwork created by clients and alumnae of Daybreak.
Daybreak Designs is a member–run arts and crafts business that began operation in 1999. Its purpose is to empower women recovering from homelessness and mental illness to rebuild their lives through
creative, personal and financial growth. Women of Daybreak retain
70% of revenue from items sold, and reinvest 30% in the business.
Daybreak is the only program on the Westside of Los Angeles especially designed to help mentally ill homeless women end their homelessness. A model program for chronically homeless women, it offers a stable living environment in which women battling homelessness and living with mental illness are safe and have direct access to a full range of services. The program includes a Day Center, interim housing with 30 beds, and a
day program for guests and graduates, in addition to Daybreak Designs.
Daybreak Designs hosts five sales annually. In addition, the Daybreak Design store at the OPCC Cloverfield Services Center is open to the
public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For more information, contact Daybreak at 310-450.0650.
OPCC, the largest provider of housing and social services on the
Westside of Los Angeles County, provides comprehensive services to
those most in need of help. OPCC clients include at risk youth,
people dealing with physical illness. disabilities or severe mental illness, women and children who have suffered domestic violence;
OPCC tailors services to the needs of each person to help him or her rebuild their lives. Key services include housing, mental health care, medical care, domestic violence services, substance abuse treatment
and assistance in obtaining income—all aimed at improving the self-sufficiency of the individuals and families served.
For more information about OPCC, please visit www.opcc.org; like the organization on Facebook at Facebook.com/OPCCLA; follow the agency on Twitter at @OPCCLA or Instagram at @opccsantamonica.