Spectrum Internet Assist
Covid-19 Update: For households with a K-12 or college student who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription at any service level up to 100 Mbps: Free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
In order to quality for this offer, at least one person in the applying household must participate in the National School Lunch Program, Community Eligibility Provision, or receive Supplemental Security Income (65 years old or older only).
South Bay Meals, Groceries, and Laundry Guide
South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness maintain this "Free Meal & Groceries in South Bay" guide (last updated in May 2019) that lists free meals, groceries, and laundry services available throughout the South Bay. Please call before going to confirm the times.
Free Diapers & Groceries - Community's Child
Community's Child offers women and their infants safe living environments, training and education to end poverty, neglect, abuse, addictions and hopelessness.
Low-cost internet is available to TUSD families through a partnership with non-profits California Emerging Technology Fund and human-I-T.
To apply, please text or call the numbers below or complete the online application.
- Text: (562) 372-6925
- Call: (888) 391-7249
- Online Application
Beach Cities Health District
Confidential Services for Adolescents: View a handout with numbers to crisis & youth hotlines and sexual & reproductive health organizations.
Mental health community referrals. In minutes you can filter by issue, age, gender, insurance, location and get matched up to options that can help right now.
Resources on this website support our goal of improving the social-emotional wellness of our youth and setting them on a path for success.
Students, parents, and community members can report a concern anonymously through the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System 24/7 call center, mobile app or website.
Examples of some of the things you can report:
- Bullying or regular intimidation
- Any bragging or information about an upcoming planned attack
- Depression, anxiety or loss of self-control
Torrance Adult School
- Free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, call (310) 533-4689 for more information.
- Free career courses with language support
- Help with preparing for and getting a job
- Credit recovery for high school students including online classes
Visit the Torrance Adult School Website.