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Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand clothing. Included are clothing exchange programs.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Emergency Assistance Program, Neighborhood House of CalexicoProvides assistance to low income and individuals in crisis in the following areas: emergency food; food commodities clothing; and help with form completion, and translation services. Offers assistance with gas, water, electricity and rent when funds are available.Emergency Assistance ProgramNeighborhood House of Calexico
Emergency Services and Seguir Creciendo Program, Sister Evelyn Mourey CenterListed are the primary services of the Sister Evelyn Mourey Center. Most of the time, individuals come to the Center seeking immediate help and it is after their first visit that they learn about the secondary services that the Center offers. Services Provided: - Emergency Food Pantry - Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) - Emergency Clothing Sister Closet - Untied States Department of Agriculture - Application and Translation Services Other services provided: - English as a Second Language - Computer Literacy Classes - Cake Decorating Classes - Citizenship Classes - Enrichment and Educational Presentations SEMC - Prescription Glasses - CA ID Reduced Fee ProgramEmergency Services and Seguir CreciendoSister Evelyn Mourey Center
Homeless Services, Spread the Love CharityProvides case management, State ID's, meal program, clothing closet, food pantry, Wellness Zone, assistance filling out applications for services and jobs and giving out referrals.Homeless ServicesSpread the Love Charity
Nutrition, Sabroso ProjectProvides meals to the homeless citizens of San Diego. Is supported primarily by Active Duty service members and veterans. In addition to feeding services, also provides seasonal requirements of distributing blankets, coats, towels, health and beauty aids and gently used clothing and shoes.EastNutritionSabroso Project, The
On Your Feet IncProvides food, water, personal care products, bedding, clothing, and other items to less fortunate families and individuals during community events and through disaster relief assistance program.CentralOn Your Feet IncOn Your Feet Inc
Project LIFE (Living In Freedom from Exploitation), North County LifelineServices all victims of Human Trafficking which includes labor/sex, men, women, boys and girls, and the LGBTQ population. Emergency Services and Intensive Case Management: provides immediate victim advocacy, safety planning, crisis management and backpacks (containing clothes, food and basic hygiene items) provided to each victim. Assist in finding emergency housing for victims. On call response to law enforcement. Case Managers also develop a safety plan with clients, conducts a comprehensive assessment to determine their unique needs, and a personalized case plan that connects clients with the services and resources needed to stabilize and support them. Mental Health Therapy and Trauma Care: Provides trauma specific treatments that are SAMHSA approved, evidence based treatments, such as Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), and Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM). They are rapid treatment modalities that address and heal complex trauma.North CoastalProject LIFE (Living In Freedom from Exploitation)North County Lifeline
Showers of Blessings, Episcopal Diocese of San DiegoProvides a safe place where men, women, and children in San Diego who are homeless can have access to a shower facility to maintain personal hygiene and reduce health problems, raise self-esteem and increase employment potential and social acceptance. The shower facility is a mobile unit and is offered weekly at select locations throughout the region year round. Depending on location; breakfast, hygiene kits, clothes and haircuts may be offered.North CentralShowers of BlessingsEpiscopal Diocese of San Diego
Transitional Living, East County Transitional Living Center, IncOffers extending housing, case management, clothing and meal opportunities to homeless families and/or individuals in East San Diego County. Also, offers both secular and non secular based services.EastTransitional LivingEast County Transitional Living Center, Inc
Warner Springs Community Resource CenterProvides food commodities, angel's depot, clothes closet, health services (flu shots), Internet, Pacific Crest Trail Host. Angel's Depot provides food on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 9am-12pm.North InlandWarner Springs Community Resource CenterWarner Community Resource Board

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