Last updated Nov 30, 2023 1 Comment 0

Valley Oasis

We are an access center for homeless services
24 HOUR HOTLINE(661)945-6736
Call for bed availability and arrange intake Mondays through Fridays from 9am to 3pm.

Valley Oasis Domestic Violence ShelterThe shelter is a 60 day emergency shelter open 24-hours a day. With a 65 bed capacity, the shelter provides services to men, women and children of all ages who are victims of domestic violence. The shelter provides shelter to victims from around the world due to being one of the first shelters in the country to provide services to men. The shelter provides the following supportive services:

    24-hour hotline
    Peer counseling
    Maintaining a business center
    Emergency food and clothing
    Legal assistance with temporary restraining orders/permanent restraining orders
    Response to law enforcement calls
    Response to hospital emergency room calls
    Counseling for children
    Social service advocacy
    Court advocacy/accompaniment
    Household establishment

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  1. Aron
    Feb 23, 2021Reply
    My Sister and her family were homeless and went to Valley Oasis for help and by the grace of God received the help they needed and found an nice apartment for her her children, unfortuantely she became very ILL and later passed away. But today her and children still reside in their home. Even after my sister has passed on, and us all in spirit, they are very grateful they still have a home Thanks to Valley Oasis for offering their help for those who are homeless.

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