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MPTF Stands Ready To Help Industry Workers Displaced By Coronavirus Shutdown

As the entertainment industry continues to batten down the hatches to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, MPTF stands ready to help those in the industry in need of medical, financial and emotional assistance.

SERVICES UPDATE

Services and Programs continuing during social distancing:

  • Age Well
  • Palliative Care
  • Social Services
  • Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Center for Behavioral Health
  • EHIS – Health Insurance Services
  • Wasserman Campus/ no visitors
  • Home Safe Home – virtual visits

Services and Programs currently suspended

  • WISE Adult Day Care
  • Saban Center for Health & Wellness
  • Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children’s Center
  • Events

We All Play Our Part

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Our Mission

MPTF supports our entertainment community in living and aging well, with dignity and purpose, and in helping each other in times of need.

How MPTF Can Help You

What You Can Do for MPTF

We Care About You

MPTF provides programs and services for every aspect of your life and well-being.

Did You Know?

MPTF does good all across Southern California. From elder care to social work, community outreach, financial support, child care and beyond, we play a major role in the lives of entertainment industry members in ways that might surprise you.

COMMUNITY IMPACT
Elder Connection clients come for help/referrals in one of three states; stable, at-risk or in crisis.

In 2016, 621 veterans/spouses were screened for current or ongoing VA benefits. Over $200,000 in benefits were received or secured.

COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES
MPTF served 4,175 people in 2016 through our programs and services.

In 2015 MPTF had 399 volunteers giving a total of 49,961 hours of service.

RESIDENTIAL CARE
31 residents at MPTF are age 95 and older.

Resident pets on campus include 10 cats, 14 dogs and 1 parrot.

COMMUNITY IMPACT
Elder Connection clients come for help/referrals in one of three states; stable, at-risk or in crisis.

In 2016, 621 veterans/spouses were screened for current or ongoing VA benefits. Over $200,000 in benefits were received or secured.

COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES
MPTF served 4,175 people in 2016 through our programs and services.

In 2015 MPTF had 399 volunteers giving a total of 49,961 hours of service.

RESIDENTIAL CARE
31 residents at MPTF are age 95 and older.

Resident pets on campus include 10 cats, 14 dogs and 1 parrot.

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