Time for Change Foundation for Homeless Women and Children - San Bernardino, CA

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2164 N Mountain View Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92405
: Phone: 909-886-2994
: www.timeforchangefoundation.org
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    2020-04-22 14:26:18
    Working for TFCF is a gratifying experience. The mission as a non-profit organization is a noble and genuine one. This organization endeavors to end homelessness by building self-sufficiency in women, alongside the provision of vital services to ensure their physical and emotional security. As a member of this organization, I can only express my gratitude to my leaders who have observed my abilities as a professional, giving me growth in many aspects. Every professional seeks development in a reliable company that provides respect and opportunities to see themselves in it in the long term. With TFCF, I consider this is one of these reputable companies.  Organizations like TFCF have shown to value professional service and especially in a crisis like the one the world is going through (COVID-19), where it not only allows me to continue my work but to see growth in the future with my performance. Always grateful to be a part of TFCF and to serve a vulnerable community with dignity, respect, and vision.

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Description: We believe that housing is the linchpin to achieving success. Our main goal is that all families will transition into permanent housing with the capability of maintaining that housing in a clean and nurturing environment where children can thrive.     

SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

In order to reach self-sufficiency clients must acquire a myriad of skills and knowledge. Time for Change Foundation offers a number of programs to our clients to prepare them for obstacles they may face when they reach the ability to live on their own.                         

Since 2002, Time For Change Foundation has provided programs and support for homeless women recovering from the effects of mental and physical abuse, incarceration, and drug addictions. By providing home-style solutions such as food, clothing, shelter, and supportive services to homeless women and their children, Time for Change Foundation helps its clients regain their footing and become active members of their communities.



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