Main Office
Free Arts for Abused Children
5301 Beethoven Street, Suite 102
Los Angeles, CA 90066
310-313-5575 FAX 

Parking: If available, you may park in any spot labeled "Free Arts" or "Visitor" within the building
parking lot. Street parking is also available.

Directions from 405 Freeway South: Exit Jefferson and turn right onto Jefferson Blvd. Continue 1.5 miles
and turn right onto Beethoven Street. Our building is located at the end of the cul de sac.

Directions from 405 Freeway North: Exit Jefferson and turn left onto Jefferson Blvd. Continue 1.5 miles
and turn right onto Beethoven Street. Our building is located at the end of the cul de sac.

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Courthouse Office
Edelman Childrens Court
201 Centre Plaza Drive, Room 424                 
Monterey Park, CA 91754
323-267-5797 FAX

Directions: The court is located just off of the 10 freeway (near the intersection with the 710 freeway). You will follow signs to the court’s parking structure. You will need to pay $5 for parking when entering the lot (we will later validate your parking ticket and you will get your money back). You will pass through security (be sure to leave any Swiss Army knives, et cetera in the car) and proceed to the 5th floor. Exit the elevators toward the waiting area and turn left.  Room 424 will be on your left-hand side and marked with Free Arts signs. If you have any trouble finding us, please call.

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Free Arts for Abused Children is dedicated to delivering volunteer-driven creative arts programs to children throughout greater Los Angeles County who are living in emergency or transitional homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, or affordable housing communities, or who frequent community and family resource centers.

Since 1977 Free Arts has delivered on our philosophy that "ART HEALS!" This motto has driven our organization for 37 years, along with a network of passionate individuals coming together to share the healing power of art. With more than 35,000 children receiving child welfare services at any given time in Los Angeles County alone, Free Arts strives to reach more children every year, eager to spark their creative spirit, inspiring and transforming their lives through the power of artistic expression.

Free Arts inspires hope in the lives of children who have experienced abuse, neglect, poverty and homelessness through innovative creative arts programs and positive interactions with caring adult volunteers.