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San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission

The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission provides homeless men, women, children and families an opportunity, not only to obtain food, shelter and basic life necessities, but also provides a foundation for individual and family restoration by developing a personalized plan based on their needs for achieving personal growth, employment, housing.

Shelter for Homeless Families

Located in Northridge, the new 90 bed family shelter offers hope, shelter and safe, supportive housing to thousands of families who are homeless. The new facility includes private family bedrooms, a commercial kitchen, common dining room and living spaces, meeting rooms, computer education center, playground and garden – all geared toward helping families achieve a brighter future.

This new resource enables the San Fernando Valley to realize a reduction of its homeless population, many of whom are neglected, and under-served. Staff work with families to establish a plan for restoration and self-sufficiency, offering life skills programs and training on-site, as well as collaborating with other agencies and community resources.

With construction completed and the family shelter now open, it is truly an exciting time for the Mission and our community. We invite you to stop by for a visit, consider volunteering, and to donate to this important ‘home’ within the community. For more detailed information about the family shelter, please click the link below called ‘About the Family Shelter’.

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Home Again Shelter

Last Updated Ago Added Aug 7, 2017

Northridge, CA, 91325

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