When you need fresh clothing, or want to dress for success at an upcoming job interview but have little or no money, there are agencies that provide free new and gently used clothing in the Central Valley region.
Provides Assistance With Food And Clothing As A Walk-in.additional Items Such As Household Goods, Hygiene Kits, And Emotional/spiritual Counseling.all Items Are Based Upon Availability.
Walk-ins Monday, Tuesday, Thursday And Friday: 9:30am-12:00pmfood Commodity Wednesday: 9:30am-12:00pm Only Limited To Food Assistance On A Walk In Basis, No Other Items Distributed On This Day. No Referral Needed For Food Commodity.closed On Major Holidays.
Open To The Public. Limited To 3 Visits Per Year, 90 Days Apart
Walk-in for food and clothing on assigned days. Must have a paper referral for additional items.
Provides Free Pregnancy Tests, Prenatal Vitamins Pregnancy Verification, Information For Abortion, Parenting and Adoption, Baby Food, Formula, Maternity And Baby clothing And Baby Furniture (when In Stock).
Free Congregate Dinners Are Provided The Last Wednesday Of The Month. Clothing, Shoes, And Books Are Available. Food Bags, bedding, And Small Household Items Are Also Given Out When Available. Volunteer Opportunities.ask-a-nurse Program Is Available During Meal Events And Is Staffed By Nurses. Hygiene Items Provided, Healthcare Questions, Referrals Made, Blood Pressure Screening, No Triage.
Provides A Variety Of Service To Local Residents Including: adult Substance Abuse Use Disordercal Fresh Enrollmentcovered Ca Enrollmentemergency Food And Clothingfamily Advocacyintensive Outpatient Treatmentmental Health Counselingnutrition Educationprogram Resource And Referral reach Programschool Readinesstranslation Assistancevolunteer Opportunities
Closed 12 Pm-1 Pm For Lunch
Primarily Serves Residents Living In The East Side Of Stanislaus County.
Volunteer Opportunities, Clothing
Assistance League of Sacramento
2751 Fulton Ave Sacramento, CA 95821 (916) 488-0828
Children's clothing provided through Elk Grove Unified School District mail order. Request form for clothing is available through Healthy Start. Form should be filled out and signed by a school district employee, then sent through the school district mail to: Clothes Closet, Robert Trigg Education Center. Orders are then filled by volunteers and clothing sent through district mail back to the school site. School sites can set up a "Free Coat Day" activity by contacting Cathy O'Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org. Donation checks should be made to Elk Grove Food Bank Services.
Children residing within Elk Grove Unified School District boundaries who need school clothes.
Spiritual help and beds, clothing, food, and counseling service for men. Check-in time for overnight (6:30 pm - 6:30 am) guests is from 6:30 pm to 6:45 pm on a first-come/first-served basis. Attendance at Gospel service each day at 7:30 pm is mandatory. Dinner at 8:30 pm. Lunch is served Sundays after the 11 am service. Meals are open to everyone who attends the service - men, women, and children. Clothing for men Monday through Thursday 9 - 11 am and 1 - 3 pm, Friday and Saturday 9 - 11 am. Drug and Alcohol Program: apply Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, 9 am - 2 pm (men only) to be screened and fill out an application. 12-Step program requires minimum 45 week commitment; no maximum. Participants are expected to do in-kind chores as needed.
Seven days a week 24-hours; Office hours: Monday through Thursday 8 am - 4 pm, Friday 8 am - 12 pm
Open; overnight stay and rehabilitation program for men only.
Family Resource Center for families residing in the Visalia area and with children 0-5 years of age some services provided:Clothing ClosetFree on site washer and dryer for families needing to wash clothing detergent availableTue/Thurs Bread days 9:00am until inventory runs out0-3 early start is offered to families with special needs children throughtout Tulare County."To improve the quality of life for children, including those with special needs, by providing culturally appropriate support and information to all families and to the professionals who serve them"