a shelter for women and their children.

Guiding Lost Families Home for Over 100 Years

Pacific Lifeline strives to not only help the residents within its care, but also refer those in need to resources throughout our community that may be able to help.  We are a long-term shelter for women and their children (ages infant through 12 years old).  Most families are referred to our program through short term programs such as emergency shelters, domestic violence shelters, TAY programs, etc.  If you believe that you would qualify for our program, please call our office at (909) 931-2624 or click here to submit  your information to our office.

Otherwise, please go click on the Pathways link below and enter your information.  It will be received by hundreds of service providers in San Bernardino County, and those that may be able to help you will reach out to you.

Pathways Consumer Request for Assistance Form - https://pathwaysnetwork.typeform.com/to/LJwKWh

You can also call 211 from any phone to reach the United Way help line (or visit www.211sb.org) for information on San Bernardino County resources.  They do their best to connect callers with the services they need.  For information on Los Angeles County resources, the 211 phone number is 800-339-6993.


Other helpful resources:


Please call 911 if you are in an emergency situation


National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Available: 24/7, 365 days a year. Bilingual advocates on hand.
Resources: thehotline.org
Chat now: M-F, 10am-8pm ET


Alcoholics Anonymous www.aa.org


Narcotics Anonymous www.na.org


Mental Health: National Suicide Lifeline: (800) 273-TALK (8255)

                         NAMI Pomona Valley Info and Referral Helpline: (909) 399-0305

​                         Tri-City Mental Health: (909) 623-6131

​                         Community Navigators: (888) 436-3246