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San Bernardino, California Food And Clothing Sources For Low Income

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Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County


Department of Public Health


Transitional Assistance Department (TAD) of the San Bernardino County Human Services

  • Food Stamp Program – this program is a nutritional assistance program designed to help single people and families with little or no income to buy food.  Food stamps benefits are issued on an EBT Card that is used just like a bank card at most local food stores.  The Food Stamp Program is a Federal State funded program.  For the location of an office near you click the link below.

    Food Stamp Benefits Brochure:     English             Spanish


Desert Manor / Shelter of the Desert
  • Utility assistance food, clothing and shelter for low income families.  Sat-Wed Dinner 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Lunch served Mon-Fri 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Must bring proof of income or referral from another agency.
    209 N. First Avenue
    Adelanto CA 92311
    (760) 256-7797
Mary’s Mercy Center, Inc. – Serves hot meals six days a week.  See website for additional information.
Frazee Community Center
  • Hot Meal – served between 100 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
    1140 W. Mill Street

    San Bernardino CA 92411

Jubilee Pantry
  • Clothing, food utility and rental assistance for anyone in need.  Meals, showers and laundry for homeless.
    1436 Ayala Drive, Suite G
    Redlands CA 92376
Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County


Assistance League of San Bernardino
  • Operation School Bell – This program provides school clothing to students referred by the San Bernardino Unified School District.  Students receive an outfit of clothing, shoes and a hygiene kit.  Referral Only – Participants must attend a school in the San Bernardino Unified District and qualify under income guidelines.
    580 W. 6th Street
    San Bernardino CA 92410
    (909) 885-3085

Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa ROP

  • Youth WIA / Operation MONEY – “Sharewear Program” provides clothes appropriate for the workplace for CRY-ROP students.  CRY-ROP staff works with students to choose professional attire from their clothing closet of gently used business wear.  CRY-ROP students can access the Sharewear program via a referral from their teachers.
    1214 Indiana Court
    Redlands CA 92374
    (909) 793-3115


Family Service Association of Redlands

  • This program provides services including household items, clothing for men, women and children; Employment Closet for job interviews; and other family support services.  Services are provided based on income, financial crisis, and need.
    612 Lawton Street
    Redlands CA 92374
    (909) 793-2673


Moses House Ministries

  • Miriam’s Storehouse – The storehouse contains new and used donated items for mothers, expectant mothers and children up to age 3 years old.  Items range from formula and diapers to maternity clothes and toys.  The storehouse is open once a month and is also available for emergency supplies to walk in clients in need of formula, diapers, or clothing.
    15180 Anacapa Road
    Victorville CA 92392
    (760) 955-1895
    (866) 606-6737 Toll-Free


St. John’s Community Success Center

  • This Community Center offers different services, such as: information and referral to resources in the community, food distribution and clothing distribution.  Please contact agency for dates and times of distributions.
    1407 N. Arrowhead Avenue
    San Bernardino CA 92405
    (909) 889-1195


St. Joseph’s Clothes Closet


Yucaipa Valley Welfare, Inc.

  • Clothing Program – Provides clothing and small household items that maybe available on site.  Program is for Yucaipa/Calimesa School District residents only.  Must live in are 30 days or more.
    35075 Avenue B
    Yucaipa CA 92399
    (909) 797-0244


No Junk Food

  • This website was designed as a resource for those who wish to create a healthier learning environment for our youth.


Your Energy Wake-Up Call!

  • The Simple Solution to Health Eating and Physical Activity for Teens.  This site is brought to you by California Project LEAN.


The California Adolescent Nutrition and Fitness (CANFIT) Program

  • CANFIT works to improve the nutrition and fitness of California’s low-income African American, American Indian, Latino, and Asian/ Pacific Islander youth.

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