Blue Jay Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Blue Jay, California Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Blue Jay, CA and surrounding cities.

We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.

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Active Listings In Blue Jay California

Visionary Homes

San Bernardino, CA 92404
7.99 miles from city center Blue Jay
(909) 486-3454
24 Hour Basic Center for Youth 17 and Under.

Safe Place to Sleep Everyday 24 Hours a Day Walk In and Wash Clothes, Shower, Get Hot Meal, or for Education and Counseling Services Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM IF IN NEED OF A HELPING HAND CONTACT US

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Time for Change Foundation for Homeless Women and Children

San Bernardino, CA 92404
8.19 miles from city center Blue Jay
Since 2002 Time For Change Foundation has been dedicated to helping homeless women and children achieve self-sufficiency by using a strength-based approach to address their needs. Our programs and supportive services help to provide the women and children with the tools necessary to recover from hom
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Central City Lutheran Mission

San Bernardino, CA 92405
9.86 miles from city center Blue Jay
(909) 381-6921
CCLM offers an emergency shelter for men over the age of 18. Guests are given a place to sleep in our sanctuary, blankets, a hygiene kit, dinner and breakfast, an opportunity to take a shower, and case management to assist them in securing an income stream and finding more appropriate housing. Cloth
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Operation Grace

San Bernardino, CA 92408
10.26 miles from city center Blue Jay
We believe that the time spent in an emergency shelter should be used wisely since it is a temporary housing solution to a crisis in the life of an individual or family. We spend time assisting our families to look for permanent housing, getting kids back in school, helping our participants to raise
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Veronica's Home of Mercy

San Bernardino, CA 92411
11.23 miles from city center Blue Jay
(909) 888-9064
Veronica's Home of Mercy I and Veronica's Home of Mercy II, long-term Catholic/Christian residential homes, are committed to providing a home for adult pregnant women and their children as a healthy alternative to abortion, domestic violence, substance abuse and/or homelessness. Veronica's Home of M
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Frazee Community Center

San Bernardino, CA 92410
12.03 miles from city center Blue Jay
(909) 889-4424
Hours: Mondays through Fridays 8am - 4pm.
This is NOT a homeless shelter. Homeless assistance only.
Frazee Community Center is a non-profit whose main focus is to help homeless and low-income individuals and families.

Hot meals served Monday - Friday 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
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Salvation Army Cold Weather Shelter

Redlands, CA 92374
12.70 miles from city center Blue Jay
Cold Weather Shelter operating between December 1 - March 31. Activates when temperature drops below 30 degrees or there is 30% or greater chance of precipitation.
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Our House Youth Shelter

Redlands, CA 92374
12.98 miles from city center Blue Jay
Runaway and Homeless youth shelter for males and females between the ages of 11-17. We offer emergency shelter, and early intervention programs for parents looking to help their youth.
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As One Transitional Living

Victorville, CA 92392
18.25 miles from city center Blue Jay
Independent housing, shared rooms, internet, cable in all rooms, assist with employment and housing, child reunification, counseling. Prepare own meals.
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Community Shelter Program Riverside

Riverside, CA 92507
19.71 miles from city center Blue Jay
(951) 683-4101
Shelter for single men and women.

Hours and Screening times:
Initial intake and screening Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 1:00 pm.
General shelter hours: 4:00 pm-8:30 am.

The Community Shelter Program is an emergency homeless shelter  that serves adults by prov
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Set Free Christian Fellowship and Discipleship Victorville

Victorville, CA 92392
20.57 miles from city center Blue Jay
Our doors are open 24/7 to people in any condition. Set Free Church is a 501 (C) (3) Not for Profit Organization in San Bernardino County that has been serving a diverse population of men, women and children in the high desert since 1999. Our tax free status was granted in 2005. We are committe
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Apple Valley Catholic Charities

Apple Valley, CA 92307
20.78 miles from city center Blue Jay
(760) 242-2311
760-242-2311 x8454

Temporary Shelter
Case Management
Rental Assistance
Utility Assistance
Supportive Services
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A1 Q's Place of Peace

Victorville, CA 92394
21.16 miles from city center Blue Jay
442 251-8000
A1 Q's Place of Peace Emergency/Temporary Transitional Housing Contact 760 596-3057 or 442 251-8000
Servicing: The High Desert Communities in Victorville, Hesperia and Apple Valley

Our Mission
Transitional Housing's mission is to provide a spiritual, sober and safe transitional
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Path of Life Ministries Family Shelter

Riverside, CA 92507
22.88 miles from city center Blue Jay
Shelter is for single parents with children, couples with children and single women. The shelter is in a dorm setting and has 50 beds. The shelter is a safe haven facility with required case management. A shelter stay is between 30 and 60 days with a possibility an additional 30 day stay. The shelte
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I Care Shelter Home

Riverside, CA 92503
26.07 miles from city center Blue Jay
(951) 732-4466
Emergency shelter for up to 30 days. Extended program phase 1 90 days.

I Care offers a 2 week emergency shelter program and an extended 90 day emergency temporary shelter program. I Care manages each case individually. Emphasis is to STRENGTHEN the individual through support programs. On
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Corona Norco Rescue Mission

Corona, CA 92880
32.33 miles from city center Blue Jay
(951) 493-2091
Transitional shelter. shelter for single women, single moms & dads, married couples with children (proof of marriage required). Photo ID required for adults and birth certificate

Stay up to 24 mos. Must be interviewed and accepted. A 1-2 week process. NOT Substance abuse rehab al
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Settlement House

Corona, CA 92882
32.96 miles from city center Blue Jay
(951) 737-3504
The Corona-Norco Settlement House, A United Way Agency, is a non-profit charitable organization that provides for the temporary emergency needs of the low-income families and individuals in the communities of Corona and Norco.

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