​Our Plan is to open a SOS Shelter in San Bernardino and Riverside County in 2017-2018 fiscal year.

Our plan is to obtain and secure Government and private funding so that we may be able to continue helping assist more people and end the homeless cycle in our communities. S.O.S staff, volunteers and families has donated thousands of dollars and hours of their time for the past 20 years to make a difference and we would like to see the vision grow and come to pass. We need your help as a community to help us in securing emergency and permanent housing with services. We will begin our campaign this year is to build a 50 bed-facility and day care center. In the mean while we will use our homes in the local community to help families as much as possible while assisting the individuals and families to resources in their communities.

PROGRAMS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER PROGRAM

Crisis Hotline Support

Available 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week

Emergency Shelter

(45-day program) Provides shelter, support and case management for women and children.

Children's Programs

Provides therapeutic preschool and Childrens Club and a therapeutic after school program for Shelter residents.

 Counseling & Resource Center

Provides counseling, education and domestic violence information and resources.


Legal Services

Provides assistance with restraining orders, court support and monthly legal clinic for free attorney consultations.

 Outreach

Provides community education, prevention education and healthy dating solutions.

Transitional Program

Provides transitional housing to clients of “Restoration Ranch” Emergency Shelter to extend the amount of time necessary in most cases for clients to work towards overall stability and goal-oriented planning in their lives.

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EMERGENCY AND TRANSITIONAL HOMELESS 

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FOOD AND CLOTHING DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM


There are more than 315,000 people, including one in five children who are at risk of hunger each month.

Most of the hungry are the working poor who are trying their best to provide food for their families, or seniors on fixed incomes who simply cannot make ends meet. With sky-high rents, rising medical costs, and lingering under-employment too many of our neighbors are forced to make hard choices between food and paying the rent or buying the medicine they need.

DISTRIBUTION DAYS ARE WEDNESDAYS AT 3PM-4PM

SUNDAYS 2PM-3PM

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FAMILIES FIRST

improving family life, 

knowledge and understanding!


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