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Every day as the sun rises and sets over the valley, the Victor Valley Rescue Mission is changing lives for good.
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.
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.
Articles of Clothing
Over 18,000 articles of clothing were given to families in need through our special events and direct assistance program.
Boxes of Food
Needy families receive grocery assistance from our three pantry locations.
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Lives Changed For Good.
TRACY GIVES HERSELF TIME TO HEAL AND TO GROW
Tracy knows what it’s like to truly be on her own. At age 13, she began cleaning houses to help the family. “I didn’t have a good childhood, and it was a lot for me to carry,” she said. “We grew up on welfare and my mom was not mentally stable.” Tracy remembers cigarettes and…
MISSION, CHURCH OF THE VALLEY PARTNERSHIP CONTINUES TO FLOURISH
Restoring lives and creating a place of refuge and healing in the greater Victorville area could be an impossible task, but with partners like Church of the Valley, lives are being changed. The church’s pastor, Joel Brantner, said he appreciates teaming up with the Mission to share the Gospel. “We are all part of the…
KIMBERLY FINDS A JOB, AND STABILITY IN WOMEN’S SHELTER AFTER GETTING CLEAN
Frequently moving from one rental to another and jumping from state to state, Kimberly recalls her childhood being “fine, but unstable.” In her late teens, Kimberly’s mom left the family, leaving her and her two siblings to be cared for by her stepfather. “He was a dad to us. He took care of us.” In…