Offers clothing, shoes and toiletries (such as: shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, razors, deodorant, etc.) free of charge to the homeless community as well as to individuals and families in need.
Offers a healthy option food pantry and clothing closet to low income residents of Chula Vista and Bonita. Qualified residents are eligible to receive emergency food distribution and may access the clothes closet as needed. Also refers to other community services..
9:00 am-11:30 am Monday, Wednesday and Friday (Sack Lunches); 9:00 am-11:00 am Monday (Clothing); 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (Food Distribution).
Low income residents of Chula Vista and Bonita. Must provide proof of address (ex: utility bill/rent receipt) and photo ID.
Driver's license, Proof of Residency, State ID
San Diego County
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New Season's Church
2300 Bancroft Dr Spring Valley, CA 91977 (619) 463-0725
Offers pregnancy support services from a pro-life perspective. Provides pregnancy test materials, pregnancy counseling, and distribution of maternity and baby clothes. Prenatal services include nutritional aid and limited economic support. Emergency supplies of diapers, formula, and nonperishable food items (emergency food can only be received once in a month) are available. Some clothing available for children from birth to 4 years old. Also provides adoption information and referrals as well as referrals to any type of counseling.
9:00 am-12:00 pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday; 9:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-4:00 pm, Tuesday; 9:00 am-12:00 pm, 2nd Saturday of the Month
No age limitations. Limited to pregnant women and women with children 5 years and under. Emergency food can be received once in a month.
Sharias Closet provides free, gently-used emergency clothing to individuals and families who are experiencing financial hardship or crisis. Care bags are customized for each individual based on their preferences and needs, with hand-selected outfits. Helps children attend school with confidence and provides teens or adults with professional attire for interviews or the workplace.
Provides emergency services to homeless and low-income individuals and families. Services include: case management services with eligibility requirements, assistance to obtain DMV identification (at a reduced fee), transportation voucher for new job (must provide proof). Provides hygiene articles, clothing and shoes, diapers provided when available (1x every 3 months), work boots and tools (limited), prescription assistance up to $25 (non-narcotic), and a 3 to 4 day supply of emergency food twice a year: once at clients choice and the other during Christmas time. Food supplied by agency must be cooked by clients, no hot meals available. Also accepts new or secondhand clothing donations to distribute to those in need.
8:30 am-11:30 am,12:30 pm-2:30 pm, Monday-Thrusday; 8:30 am-11:30 am, Friday; Closed the first Friday of every month.
Transportation voucher for new job: must provide signed letter on employers letter head with date of hire, date of first paycheck, type of position (must be permanent position) and hours (must be at least 25 hours a week). Work tools and work boots: must have proof of employment on employer's letterhead. Minimal prescription assistance: must have original prescription, non-narcotic, one time assistance only.Limited to low income, acutely homeless, and underemployed.
Call for details/more information, Proof of identification, Rent Receipt
The center offers respite from the streets, assistance with personal identification and birth certificates, mail and message services, hot meals, showers, laundry facilities, social activities, educational assistance, telephone and computer privileges, pro-bono legal assistance, transportation to free healthcare, counseling services, and job assistance.