Redlands Location

Low income residents, families, disabled, and seniors of the East Valley of San Bernardino County.

What Services Do We Provide?

Surplus Food – Provided on a walk in daily basis for the following hours Monday – 9am-noon, Tuesday 1:30pm-5:30pm, Wednesday 9am-noon and Friday 9am-4pm

Emergency Food Assistance – seven days worth of groceries that includes 3 meals a day. By Appointment.

Women’s Support Groups

Clothing – Provided to low income individuals for basic wear and employment

Cold Weather motel vouchers – To provide an emergency place to stay in a crisis situation. Based on funding, an appointment is necessary to determine need

Hygiene Kits – Includes soap, lotion and toothpaste

Rental Assistance – (must show an ability to afford rent in order to qualify)

Utility Assistance – (as funding permits)

Parenting Classes – Focuses on bonding, child development and tactics that are useful in everyday life relating to minor children

Pre Employment Classes – Assists in developing clients employability skills such as resume readiness, job search, and how to dress for success

Computer Classes – Focuses on increasing computer skills in Word and internet searches

Resource and Referrals – Health, Dental, and Eyecare referrals

Stress Management – Provides sessions and detailed information on how to deal with stress, daily tips for dealing with the overwhelming feelings that come from being in crisis

Childcare while clients attend classes or intake session on site

Counseling – In a partnership Christian Counseling Services, the FSA Redlands team works and guides the clients through the process of mental health counseling

Holiday Programs – (0 – 12) and teens (13-17), Harvest/Fall Feasts and Holiday Shop support families who have barriers in providing gifts and provide a celebratory environment for their children

Basic Life Skills /Money Management Classes

Holiday Shop – (0-12), and teens (13-17)

Holiday Meals – Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas

Seasonal Special Events – requires parent participation and involvement

Family Service Association strives to build strong families that support strong communities.
Call 909-793-2673 for specific information or referral of potential clients.

A comprehensive case management and long term support program for homeless families. In a safe and non-judgmental environment, the FSA Redlands’ team works with families to develop a case plan towards the goal of permanent housing, employment, and self-sufficiency. This is a long term program designed to work with the entire family.

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Wednesday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Thursday 9 a.m. – noon, Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Housing Advocacy
Program

Program
Requirements

Services are intended for families with children, disabled persons.

Families/Individuals must meet income requirements and be considered low income or very low income

At intake family must be homeless or at risk for homelessness

Services are limited to certain areas San Bernardino County (See Service Area)

Families must have some source of income and submit required documentation

*Homelessness by nature indicates that there is not a permanent residence. Current housing arrangement may include motel, family, car or shelter and may be in San Bernardino County.

In general, in order to qualify for FSA Redlands services, most individuals need to complete an intake and meet with a case manager. The purpose of this comprehensive case management approach is to identify other needs that the client may have that FSA Redlands can assist with in order to help each individual reach their personal goal of self-sufficiency.

Service Area

Redlands

Yucaipa

Mentone

Highland

Loma Linda

Bryn Mawr

Grand Terrace

Some local mountain communities

Eligibility

Extremely low to low income

At risk for homelessness by nature of an eviction notice or lack of stable housing


In a crisis situation

Displaced in any of the above areas

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