Keeping You Connected

The LACMA keeps you up to date on the latest news,
policy developments, and events


Los Angeles County and Partners Launch Landmark Centers for Teens in High Schools Countywide

Los Angeles County and Partners Launch Landmark Centers for Teens in High Schools Countywide

LOS ANGELES – On Wednesday, December 11, 2019, Officials from the County of Los Angeles, including the Board of Supervisors, the Departments of Public Health (Public Health), Mental Health (Mental Health), and representatives from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA), and Esteban Torres High School, will celebrate the opening of the first of its kind Well Being Centers (Centers) in Los Angeles County. The Center at Esteban Torres High School, like its counterparts throughout the County, will aim to promote the well-being of youth through leadership training, support for emotional and social skill building, and sexual health services. The Center will work closely with teachers, parents, and administrators to ensure the academic achievement and well-being of every student.


Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 10 a.m.
*Guided media tours of the Center will occur after the press conference

Esteban Torres High School
4211 Dozier St. Los Angeles, CA 90063


Hilda L. Solis, Los Angeles County Supervisor First District

Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Director, Public Health

Austin Beutner, Superintendent, LAUSD

Monica Garcia, Board President, LAUSD

Dr. Debra Duardo, LA County Superintendent of Schools

Sue Dunlap, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Planned Parenthood LA

Deborah Lowe, Principal, Esteban Torres High School

Lisa Wong, Mental Health Clinical Chief, Mental Health

Students from Esteban Torres High School

CONTACT: LA County Department of Public Health | (213) 240-8144 |

If you require additional accommodations, please call (213)240-8144.