Our Impact

(How we're servicing the people of our community.)

 

Our Services

Victor Valley Family Resource Center is a Transitiaonal Housing first 501-c3 non-profit organization. We specialize in supporting people to re-build their pathway to a succesful lifestyle. With our transitional housing program and supportive services, we have supported over 12,500 sheltered nights, over 37,000 provided meals, over 100 adults graduated from our program, and over 12 partnering community programs that give resources for homelessness prevention or restoration. Below are some supporting services that help our community thrive.

General Services

Transitional Housing (24 Hour on-site supervision) Re-entry Program (Law Enforcement has 24 hour on Site Accessibility though keyless entry system) Workforce Readiness Training Substance Abuse-Prevention/Intervention Educational Assistance Financial Education Case Management Services Internship Program (Partnership with the University of Phoenix) HEAP (Energy Assistance)

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Workshop classes

Cognitive Life skills

Anger Management

Substance Abuse

Parenting

Misdemeanor offenses

Shoplifting

Graffiti

Bullying

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A Closer Look at Transitional Housing

Victor Valley Family Resource Center Roundtable

The intent of Victor Valley Family Resource Centers transitional housing program is to provide a place where individuals can re-establish their self-worth, re-discover their place in society, and find compassion and love through Spiritual discovery and a genuine understanding of personal relationships. VVFRC maintains a home atmosphere where a family type relationship is developed between the resident’s, staff, and volunteers. There are two major categories of Transitional Living Programs offered by VVFRC. One is a rapid rehousing program that focuses on housing homeless individuals within our community. This program provides the basic needs for nutrition, comfort, and sleeping space for individuals without shelter. VVFRC also seeks to teach new life skill habits through enrichment classes such as Adult Life Skills, Adult Anger Management, Youth Anger Management and many more. The rapid rehousing program targeted toward homeless individuals in our community who are looking to life change and are willing to invest in themselves.

The objective is to transition individuals from group living environments to independent self-sustaining members of society. Our program is very flexible and seeks to meet the needs of struggling members of our society. The second transitional housing program offered by VVFRC is a regimented self-driven program, which is guided by case managers and support staff. The program focuses on individuals who have experienced an altering life event (i.e. Addiction Recovery, Incarceration, etc.). VVFRC’s transitional housing program involves individual case plans that are established to meet the needs of each client. VVFRC partners with local and national organizations across the county such as San Bernardino County H.O.P.E. team, Bank of America, University of Phoenix, Home Depot, Wal-Mart and many more. These partnerships allow VVFRC to provide transitional housing to individuals in need.

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