Day after day, many hurting neighbors walk the streets wondering where their next meal will come from. Help a neighbor in need take their first step toward a fresh start.

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Mission Impact

Every day as the sun rises and sets over the valley, the Victor Valley Rescue Mission is changing lives for good.

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4,969

Nights of Shelter

NIGHTS OF SHELTER
Last year we provided more than 4,900 nights of safe, warm and comfortable sleep to the men in our Life Recovery Program.

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33,846

Meals Served Last Year

FEEDING THE HOMELESS
A warm meal nourishes the body, mind and soul. It can make all of the difference in the world. We serve hot, nutritious meals at various locations in the Victor Valley.

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18,155

Articles of Clothing

FRESH CLOTHING
Over 18,000 articles of clothing were given to families in need through our special events and direct assistance program.

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5,230

Boxes of Food

GROCERY ASSISTANCE
Needy families receive grocery assistance from our three pantry locations.

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Lives Changed For Good.

MORE THAN A DECADE AFTER GRADUATION, JOSEPH STILL CELEBRATING ‘NEW LIFE’

Joseph grew up in Victorville in a turbulent and violent household. “It was the 60s,” he said. “Child abuse was not heard of. It wasn’t recognized. Neighbors, schools, principals, they didn’t care. “From kindergarten on up, I’d come in with black eyes, fat lips, bruises, and they turned their backs on me. When I was…

AFTER DRAINING CUSTODY BATTLE, JOHN WANTS TO LEAVE DRINKING BEHIND

John was a talented athlete at his Apple Valley High School, but sports took a backseat after he had a child his senior year. He got two jobs right away, holding an internship at Edison and a part-time gig at Taco Bell. After graduation, he got a job working full time as a cable lineman.…

2020 Lives changed for good: Tony

Drugs took hold of Tony early. In middle school, he was already using and felt out of control. He asked for help from a teacher and entered a rehabilitation facility in Orange County. “I couldn’t control myself anymore,” Tony said. “I couldn’t handle it. I was 12 or 13 years old.” Tony finished high school…