Guiding Lost Families Home for Over 100 Years
a shelter for women and their children.
MANY thanks to Boy Scout Troop 634 (Rancho Cucamonga) for spending a Saturday morning helping out around Pacific Lifeline's grounds!! They trimmed bushes, pulled weeds, pulled out a pond liner, laid weed fabric and bark, trimmed back a pine tree, pulled out two dead trees, and more! What a great group of hard working Scouts!!
Snapshot of Services in 2015
• Seven women received weekly case management, individual therapy, and group therapy sessions.
• Twelve children received weekly tutoring and individual therapy, and participated in weekly group activities.
• Seven women participated in bi-monthly life skills workshops
• Of the seven families served in 2015, three moved into permanent housing, two continue to live in the shelter, one lives in our re-entry home, and one was dismissed for program non-compliance.
• 64 children received back to school supplies and clothing.
• 38 families had access to food, clothing and basic necessities, household items, Thanksgiving food and Christmas gifts, and community resource referrals.
• Volunteers served over 600 hours.
Our 2015 Audit show that 81% of all donations go directly to the programs for women and children within our care.
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Our volunteers are the key to our success. Volunteers help with facility and grounds maintenance, and work directly with the families,
We have a wide variety of needs: for our resident families, items to maintain our shelter, and event items for special occasions.
Pacific Lifeline, a faith-based ministry, empowers women and their children facing chronic homelessness and helps them achieve personal and social stability.