SEPTEMBER IS PREPAREDNESS MONTH!

National Preparedness Month, is recognized each September to promote family and community disaster and emergency planning now and throughout the year.

THE COMPASSION CENTER

Jesus’ ministry was all about compassion (Matthew 9:36) and we are a church that makes compassion a priority. Our goal is to provide food, clothing and various resources for those in need in our community and our church.

WEEKLY FOOD DISTRIBUTION

Our food pantry provides free food to families and individuals in need. We supply groceries for residents that do not have enough food because they lack the resources to purchase it. We serve everyone from low income families, single parents, senior citizens, unemployed individuals, disabled veterans, working poor, and anyone else that comes to the pantry for food assistance. We serve everyone regardless of their race, color, or religion. The amount of food given depends on household size.

On all Sundays but the last of each month,
food is distributed from 12:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

MONTHLY USDA FOOD DISTRIBUTION

Most of the food distributed through our food pantry comes from local resources and donations. On a monthly basis, USDA supplements these resources through The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP). Once a month, we are honored to distribute USDA commodities, specifically for residents of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario. No matter what your city of residence though, our pantry has supplies to help everyone who comes to the Compassion Center for food.

On the last Saturday of each month,
food is distributed from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

HOPE. HEALING. PEACE.

When in the midst of personal or relational issues, hope is often hard to find. No matter what your challenges are at this time, you don’t have to suffer in silence or live a life of pain. There is hope! Through our Counseling Center at CCF, we work with men, women, children, adolescents, singles, couples & families.

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LOCAL RESOURCES

Community Action Partnership Resource Center

12353 Mariposa Road
Victorville, CA – 92395. Phone: (909) 723-1500

A full range of CAPSBC services are available by appointment.

CAPSBC Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Energy Education Workshop & Utility Bill Assistance

Locations vary. By appointment only – call: 909-723-1500 or email: [email protected] (recommended) or visit them online.

Catholic Charities Pomona

Rental Payment assistance, utility payment assistance and other financial help provided.

1460 E. Holt Avenue, Suite 98, Pomona, CA  – 91767. Phone: (909) 629-1331
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri:  9:00am-2:00 pm

San Bernardino Transitional Assistance Department (Rancho Cucamonga)

General Assistance, Food Stamps, Cash Assistance.

10825 Arrow Rte, Rancho Cucamonga CA – 91730
Phone: (909) 945-0901

San Bernardino Transitional Assistance Department (Ontario)

General Assistance, Food Stamps, Cash Assistance.

1637 E. Holt Blvd, Ontario, CA – 91761
Phone: (877) 410-8829

San Bernardino Transitional Assistance Department (Fontana)

General Assistance, Food Stamps, Cash Assistance.

7977 Sierra Ave, Fontana, CA – 92336
Phone: (877) 410-8829

RC Family Resource Center

Clothing, hygiene items and diapers.

9791 Arrow Route, Rancho Cucamonga CA – 91730. Phone: (909) 477-2781

Inland Valley Hope Partners

Rent assistance, emergency shelter, food, formula/baby food, and a government surplus food distribution site.

904 E. California St, Ontario, CA – 91761. Phone: (909) 391-4882

Operation Safe House

21 day emergency shelter for runaways, homeless youth and families experiencing crisis.

9685 Hayes St, Riverside, CA – 92503. Phone: (951) 351-4418