Our Founder: Zoyla Lopez
 
Our “Mission Statement” Rebuilding lives shattered by drugs and alcohol. We provide shelter, food and clothing to the homeless and to families in our community.   
 
Our objectives: Be a bridge between patient, family and society in the recovery process, so that they can return to a productive living structure.
 
Description:  Centro de Rehabilitacion Ebenezer Inc. is a well-established shelter since 1984. Founded by Zoyla Lopez. Her vision was to serve the poor and homeless people of our community and to offer help to the families broken by alcohol and drug addiction. The home offers a 3-month discipleship program geared to rebuilding broken lives in an atmosphere of warmth, trust, support and love.
 
Facility:  Centro de Rehabilitacion Ebenezer Inc. is located at 624 S. Chicago Street Los Angeles, has the capacity to provide care for up to 18 men.
 
Program:  During the 33-year history, a program has been developed which completely transforms the lives of the men who come from the streets, prison, or referred by local community agencies. The primary vehicle for long term recovery is the Recovery Curriculum. The material provided and required for graduation is designed to allow each student to acquire a knowledge of life changing principles and include such topics as, 8 principles of recovery, How to Win Over Depression, Healing for Damaged Emotions, Handling Conflicts, Freedom from Co-Dependency, Principles for Decision Making and Goal Setting.
 
Funding: The home is funded through private donations from individuals, churches, corporations and foundations.  All gifts are tax-deductible.
 
Leadership:  Wilfredo Figueroa serves as president along with Mayra Figueroa.
The Home is governed by a Board of Directors and overseen by a Board of Advisors.
 
 
 
 

Non-profit Corp # C3084533 501 (c)(3)