Homeless Housing

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Homelessness is up 23% since 2018. We are doing our part by providing beds and growth plans for our clients. We can use your help with donations to keep our clients being a positive impact on our community.

Restoring Wealth

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Upon successful graduation of our Transitional Housing Program, our clients are capable of financially and mentally contributing to our community in a positive way. We can use your donations to help provide emergency assistance to those who qualify for funding.

Repairing Family Values

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Along with financial, mental, and food resources; our clients need counseling services. Services range from anger management to trauma repair. Your donation helps us provide reduced cost counceling services.

Healthy Choices Education

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Clients the feel good do good. With the help of our network of food providers, we educate, feed, and encourage healthy lifestyle choices. Your donations help us deepen our reach those individuals in need.

Mental Health

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Thirty-nine percent of the nation’s chronic homeless population, which is defined as those individuals that have lived on the streets for over a year and are suffering from mental illness, reside in California. Your donation helps us provide resources to our patrons suffering from mental illness.

Our Mission and Impact

Victor Valley Family Resource Center is #TheSolution4Homelessness.  Headquartered in Hesperia California, the non-profit 501(3)(c) serves the county of San Bernardino County. Victor Valley Resource Center (VVFRC) offers a Housing First Model to provide safe, stable, permanent housing as a primary strategy for eradicating homelessness in the county.

Our success has been unprecedented with helping homeless individuals and families, return to permanent housing as soon as possible.  VVFRC operates a portfolio of scattered, single-family homes, where we can offer our comprehensive programs and available services. In turn, we reduce the public cost-burden by half.

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Homeless Housed

Of the 2,140 homeless in San Bernardino County, VVFRC has provided shelter for over 12,500 sheltered nights. 37,000 meals served

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Recidivism Rate

In comparison to the National Recidivism rate, VVFRC has reached an unprecedented recidivism (the tendency of a convicted criminal to reoffend) rate

California Savings

Since 2013, VVFRC has saved the state of California $4,532,093 in expenses by providing housing for the homeless in San Bernardino County

Main Causes

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Housing

Get a warm bed, sheets, food, and clean amenities for up to 24 months.

  • RAISED: $50,000 | GOAL: $100,000 50% 50%

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Supportive Services

Get the advice and counseling of qualified professionals for mental health.

  • RAISED: $25,000 | GOAL: $100,000 25% 25%

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Health & Wellness

Food, workshops, professional mentors all available to help improve wellness.

  • RAISED: $10,000 | GOAL: $100,000 10% 10%

Recent News

We assist our clients to emerge from a catastrophe stronger, smarter and more powerful.
Giving Tuesday!

Giving Tuesday!

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Governor Signs Fair Chance Hiring Bill

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In The Seat of Homelessness

In The Seat of Homelessness

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Help support our mission to build a stronger community through housing and development

Learn about our Transitional Housing Program. Your donation will be a 100% contribution towards giving our community beds, food, training, transportation, and clothing. VVFRC along with a few of our sponsors are helping to build a community of change makers.