On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month, we offer bags of groceries free of charge from 8am - 9am. Bags are assembled and given out on a first come, first serve basis until gone.
CCLM calls food providers periodically to verify hours and requirements. We post them here to help people in need find Food Providers in the City of San Bernardino Resource List May 2013 (pdf)
Utility Assistance: Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
The Healthy San Bernardino site has a searchable list for various resources, including Community Meals and Food Distribution, and much more using their 211 Resource Search Tool
Fontana CAP Resource List An extensive list of Shelter, Food, Substance Abuse, Counseling, Senior & Youth, Transportation, Legal, and other service providers.
San Bernardino County Directory of Homeless Services Providers A San Bernardino County provider list of Emergency Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters, Transitional Housing, Permanent Housing, Case Management, Rental Assistance, Utility Assistance, Food Bank, and Supportive Services
Upland Emergency Food and Shelter List Highlights of Food, Shelter, Veterans, Substance abuse, and other resources focused on the West End of San Bernardino County.
From CA Dept of Corrections Community Partnerships Resource Directory, a list specific to San Bernardino Transitional Services and Providers(pdf). This extensive list has a wide range of resources that may be of interest to many others seeking assistance beyond those undergoing reentry from incarceration. For example, CCLM is listed because our services are open to community members including those going through reentry. See CCLM Reentry Services(pdf)
Individuals in need or assisting others with food or utility assistance or other social service needs are advised to contact 211. The programs of CCLM are listed with www.211sb.org and 211, which in San Bernardino County is a joint project of the area United Way organizations. 211 serves as the universal social services referral system in the State of California and much of the United States. A trained referral specialist will try to match the caller's needs with the offerings of over 900 government, non-profit, and business (e.g. utility companies) who offer assistance programs in San Bernardino County.Note that 2-1-1 has reentry specialists for individuals in transition after incarceration and specialists for military personnel and veterans.