Community on the move
Victor Valley Family Resource Center is The Solution for Homelessness. 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 in the communities we serve. Check out our mission here.
Of the 2,140 homelss in San Bernardino County, VVFRC has provided shelter for over 340 homeless individuals – 25% resulting in permanent housing.
In comparison to the National Recidivism rate, VVFRC has reached an unprecedented recidivism rate demonstrating our effectiveness in what we do.
Saved State of California
Since 2013, VVFRC has saved the state of California $3,732,093 in expenses by providing housing for the homeless in San Bernardino County.
No single Agency is better positioned to effectively address the often insurmountable challenges homelessness cause, than VVFRC. Increasing rents or mortgage costs, foreclosure, job loss, or simply not having enough money to afford securing a house or apartment, forces many families and individuals into living conditions they would not otherwise choose. Our clients need multi-faceted services which require a collaborative and integrated delivery system, while maximizing available resources.
Victor Valley Family Resource Center employs an integrated housing approach which combines high-quality housing for homeless families and individuals with continuum care services. We offer an evidenced-based cost effective solution for ending homelessness. The Housing First Model has become a nationally recognized approach and is being implemented in communities across the country. Couple housing with our innovative and comprehensive supportive services it’s no surprise VVFRC’s outcomes can improve for this population while also decreasing the strain on public systems.
- Shelter 1% 1%
- Housing First 2% 2%
- Jail 3% 3%
- Detox 15% 15%
- Ambulance 28% 28%
- Psychiatric 32% 32%
- Emergeny Room 47% 47%
- Hospital Inpatient 100% 100%