The Bethel Food Bank Outreach Clothes Closet provides clothing for men, women and children of all ages. The amount and sizes available depend on donations. Also provided, when available, are diapers, shoes and small housewares.
First and Third Sunday of the month, 11:00am to 3:00pm.
Services are targeted to individuals who are experiencing a financial crisis.
ID is not required.
Los Angeles County
Household Items, Clothing, Baby Items
Burbank Temporary Aid Center
1304 W Burbank Blvd Burbank, CA 91506 (818) 848-2822
The Loaves and Fishes offers diapers when available and clothing. Diapers are only for people receiving clothing, and homeless people can get for clothing every 14 days, but anyone else gets clothing every 30 days.
There are volunteer opportunities available for anyone who wants to help.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10:00am to 1:30pm.
Low-income and/or homeless individuals and families who live in Van Nuys zip codes 91343, 91401, 91402, 91403, 91405, 91406, 91411, 91423, 91436, 91316, 91605 and 91607; North Hollywood; Panorama City; Sherman Oaks; and Encino.
ID for all family members and proof of address are required.
The Long Beach Community Services Center provides personal goods to those in the Long Beach area. When donations allow, diapers can be provided. The program provides toothbrushes, razors, facial creams, and other supplies when available.
Volunteers are appreciated.
Monday and Wednesday, 9:30am to 12:00pm and 1:30pm to 3:00pm.
The Homeless Services Center provides, for babies, formula, baby food and diapers.
They offer used clothing for low-income people by referral from the Family Center, Senior Services, or other programs, and homeless people are given used clothing as needed through the Homeless Service Center's Outreach Program.
For people who want to help, there are volunteer opportunities available.
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 8:00am to 4:00pm;
Wednesday, 8:00am to 12:00pm;
Friday, 8:00am to 3:00pm.
Picture ID is preferred, but not required; proof of residence and proof of income are required.
The Grace Resource Center provides personal items for people (undocumented and homeless included) living in the Antelope Valley. Special program hours are available to anyone who only speaks Spanish.
Services include baby items (diapers, baby food, formula, clothing [assistance can only be received twice a month for this, and parents need to show an ID]), clothing (attire suited for job interviews also available), and personal hygiene kits.
The agency relies heavily on donations, and volunteer opportunities are available.
Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm.
People who live in the Antelope Valley, including homeless and undocumented people.
ID for the head of the household (CADL or photo ID) and social security numbers or Medi-Cal cards for children are required. The application form requires that people list their source of income, however, proof of income is not required. Individuals must also bring a piece of recent mail that verifies applicant lives in the Antelope Valley.