We provide a number of free services to our clients. You are encouraged to take advantage of those services that will be of benefit to you.
Walk-in Food & Clothing Service
We are open to the public on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 5 - 7 pm for food and clothing service. You must have a residence address in one of the ten (10) cities we serve: Azusa, Baldwin Park, Claremont, Covina, Glendora, Hacienda Heights, La Puente, La Verne, San Dimas & West Covina. Please bring proof of residence address on your first visit, such as a driver's license or utility bill. There is no charge for our services. Food is available twice per month and clothing is available once per month.
Home Food Delivery Service
For clients who are unable to travel to our facility in Glendora because of transportation or physical challenges, we offer local home food delivery service. We provide home food delivery service on Wednesdays only to the following cities: Azusa, Covina, Glendora, La Verne & San Dimas. You can request home food delivery service by calling our office at: 626-852-7801. You must request delivery service no later than Tuesday by 1:00 pm.
Children's Reading/Math Tutoring Program
Tutoring os provided weekly throughout the school year by dedicated volunteers, to help each child improve their skills and increase their confidence and self esteem. Both tutoring programs are provided on Mondays for children in K thru 12th grade.
Reading Comprehension is available from 4:00 - 5:00 pm and Math Tutoring is available from 5:00 - 6:00 pm. This program is free of charge but enrollment is limited.
If you would like more information on this service, either email us or call our office at (626) 852-7630.
In addition to providing Resource Counseling on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, some clients receive additional support with finding employment, accessing additional resources, and organizing their personal situations in order to take the next steps towards self-sufficiency. Clients are encouraged to ask about this service when visiting with their Resource Counselor. We have volunteers on-hand to meet with clients one-on-one in a semi-private environment to discuss their needs and offer whatever assistance we can provide beyond food and clothing. Many times our volunteers are able to offer resource materials or suggestions for dealing with a particular situation that may be of help to our clients. Our goal is to be as helpful as we can and to assist clients in finding solutions to some of their challenges. Our clients have found this service to be very helpful and encouraging.
We have licensed beauticians who provide 'free' dry haircuts to our clients on Wednesday/Thursday during normal operating hours 5-7 pm. Haircuts are provided on a first come, first served basis.