The fall general meeting of the Del Rey Homeowners and Neighbors Association will survey social services provided by an array of non-profits and available to local residents in a panel discussion entitled “Social Services in Del Rey.”

The meeting is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, at the Venice Japanese Community Center.

The panel will feature representatives from the West L.A FamilySource Center and four affiliated nonprofit organizations. In addition to the FamilySource Center, the Jewish Vocational Service, which has offered career services since 1931 and helps people overcome barriers to employment in order to find stable jobs and develop careers, will be one of the panel members.

The Latino Resource Organization, a community resource center for individuals, families, seniors, and the working poor with particular expertise in navigating the naturalization process, and Venice-based St. Joseph Center, a non-profit focused on helping working poor families and the homeless become productive, stable, and self-supporting members of the community, will also take part in the panel discussion.

The fourth organization is Westside Center for Independent Living, whose mission is to empower people with disabilities in reaching their independent living goals.

Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl will introduce the panel.

A vote on two proposed association bylaw changes is also on the agenda.

The Venice Japanese Community Center is at 12448 Braddock Drive in Del Rey. The public is invited. There is no charge to attend.