Anthony's House - Spring Valley, CA

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10330 Elmdale Dr.
Spring Valley, CA 91977
: 619-446-6945
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Description: Anthony's House and Anthony's House Too provides transitional housing for people who are in recovery and physically and mentally disabled. Residents stay as long as two years and pay using SSI, SSDI, EBT and GR.

Volunteers Requests by Anthony's House: We need volunteers who can help residents complete paperwork for services to which they are eligible. We also need volunteers who can provide our elderly residents with a ride to the dollar store.

Donation Requests by Anthony's House: We are always in need of food, clothing, bedding, computers, kitchenware, paper products, dog food, and finishing building materials like carpet, paint and gardening materials.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-01

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