The Motion Picture & Television Fund
The Motion Picture & Television Fund has been serving people in the entertainment industry for over 90 years.
Here are some of the services MPTF has to offer:
MPTF Health Centers
The Motion Picture & Television Fund has seven health centers located throughout the Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley and Santa Clarita Valley areas providing entertainment community members and their families with quality medical care.
Find one near you here. Here's a map of the Health Centers' locations.
The MPTF retirement community offers accommodations for entertainment industry retirees and their spouses seeking an independent or assisted living retirement community. Located on the Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills, MPTF's retirement living is complete with a library, computers, acres of walking paths with manicured topiaries and rose gardens, and the Louis B. Mayer Theater, where first-run films are shown twice a week.
Social & Charitable Services
The Motion Picture & Television Fund is a safe haven, providing a vast array of social and charitable services including temporary financial assistance for eligible industry members, counseling, referral to community resources and more to industry workers who are going through a difficult time.
MPTF's Elder Connection is a trusted resource for entertainment industry members or parents of industry member age 65 and older who face challenges living on their own. The Elder Connection program provides assessment of care needs, financial assistance, supportive counseling and referrals to top quality community based agency services.
MPTF Volunteer Program
The Motion Picture & Television Fund offers an array of volunteer opportunities to assist industry retirees who wish to remain independent in their own homes. These volunteer opportunities include: Rebuilding Together, Home Safe Home, Pet Care Program, Friendly Visitors, Phone Buddies, Grocery Shopper, Fitness Floor Buddies, and Pool Buddies.
Saban Center for Health and Wellness
The Saban Center for Health and Wellness is located on the MPTF Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills. This state-of-the-art fitness center features a warm water pool for aquatic therapy and exercise. Fitness classes range from aquatic aerobics to yoga. The facility also includes a high-tech gym, trainers to assist, and various wellness education programs for those of all ages (18 years of age and older).
The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Children's Center
The center provides progressive day care for children ages eight weeks to six weeks of age. Early education professionals guide specialized programs for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten age children.
For more information about these services and more, please visit their website at www.mptvfund.org