Update: Our Walkathon was a great success and much fun. Thanks to all who walked and who supported the team! Some of the donations are still being counted so we don't have a total yet but we know we are really close to our $3000 goal for CCLM.
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We thank you for being our partner in mission and for your support of the October 3rd LSS Community Care Walkathon to fight poverty. San Bernardino County walkers will meet and walk ...
H Street Clinic, Lutheran Social Services of So CA, CCLM, & Central Neighborhood Health Foundation celebrated a Grand reopening of the H St Clinic as a Federally Qualified Health Center on May 16, 2015 at 1329 N. H St, SB (909) 381-0803. As the Clinic expands its offerings of health care, CCLM continues to provide emergency and permanent supportive housing, food and nutritional support, education, and spiritual care.
Who receives the gift? Volunteers help men pick out pants, shirts, belts, socks, underwear, scarves, knit hats, gloves, jackets, and shoes, while volunteers play carols and serve snacks. Working the Christmas party for the men's shelter sets the tone for welcoming the Christ child. A gift for all.
Wherever you are tonight Baby J, may you be housed in the Love that will not let go.
Three new laws affecting the homeless (effective at different dates) were chaptered into law in California at the end of September 2014.
AB 1733 (Quirk-Silva) – Public Records: Fee Waiver
1) Require the DMV to issue, without a fee, an identification card (an original or replacement card) to an applicant who certifies that he or she is a homeless person or homeless youth.
2) Requires the county registrar or recorder to issue, without a fee, a birth certificate to an applicant who certifies that he or she is a homeless person or homeless youth.
AB 1806 (Bloom) ...
"God saved my life, through CCLM".
-Robert, Supportive Housing resident
"Two things that matter most when you are out on the street: Where am I going to sleep? Where am I going to get my first meal? ... This place gives you those things, takes them off of your shoulders. And then you can start building your life again." - Rick, describing the typical experience of a shelter resident (pictured).