Established in 1992, the mission of the Revlon/UCLA Breast Center is to bring the most comprehensive and compassionate care to our patients and to develop future medicine to end the suffering of women with breast cancer. Through its vision and dedication, the Center leads the field of total breast care, and is committed to serving patients from all corners of the world.

The Revlon/UCLA Breast Center offers four clinical programs to serve women:

  • Diagnostic Clinic

  • Multidisciplinary Program

  • Followup Program

  • High-Risk Program

Each clinical program is designed to meet the needs of women with different problems, and includes a team of experts whose goal is to provide the most comprehensive and compassionate care possible. The Center also offers a weekly surgical education class to empower women.

 

 

The Shania Kids Can program will identify children who are experiencing hardship at school due to unfortunate circumstances in their personal lives and provide a discrete form of assistance - a place where they feel they can safely communicate that they are hungry or tired, explain why they were absent from school, or some other misgiving they may find is embarrassing or demeaning.  Fulfilling these basic needs and diminishing the social challenges, Shania Kids Can will provide when needed, lunches, field trip expenses, moral support, basic hygiene tools and education, homework assistance and clothing items.  If the student has retreated from socializing, integration into the school community will be nurtured.  

 

 

GSA Network seeks to strengthen national movement-building capacity at the intersection of LGBTQ+ youth organizing and racial and gender justice to end school push-out, and develop the next generation of LGBTQ+ leaders, particularly low-income youth and youth of color, in those regions of the country where youth face the greatest isolation and the least amount of access to resources: the Southeast and Midwest.

GSA Network Southeast was launched in 2014 followed by GSA Network Midwest in 2017. We also operate GSA Network of California. Through our Regional Organizing strategy, we infuse staff capacity and technical expertise in these regions in order to strengthen local organizations and increase trans and queer youth of color leadership development and engagement. Each regional office is staffed with dedicated Organizers from the regions to provide youth leadership training, capacity-building, and technical assistance, as well as support youth in carrying out national organizing campaigns.