Victor Valley Rescue Mission

The Valley Rescue Mission is a Christian Non-Profit organization ministering to the needs of the less fortunate in Southern California through emergency and long-term rehabilitation services.

Changing lives for GOOD!

The Victor Valley Rescue Mission was established in 2000 and became a part of the Rescue Mission Alliance in 2008. The Victor Valley Rescue Mission provides homeless men with opportunities for spiritual and physical recovery from addictions, job training, and job placement. Our programs are designed to guide, and encourage homeless men to formulate a daily plan of action, and to take the necessary steps to re-enter the work force and become productive citizens again. Our Outreach Services include hot meals, clothing, blankets, hygiene kits, food pantry, and a direct link between hospital, clinic, and other health related and community based services. The Residential Recovery Program offers addiction recovery, Biblical counseling, vocational training, transitional housing, and a computer learning center. Men who complete the recovery program develop the skills and confidence necessary to become independent and productive members of society. The transitional housing program helps graduates find and maintain stable employment, save money toward their own permanent residence, and continue the long road of recovery in a safe place where there is daily accountability.

Mission: With the support of our community, we offer: Refuge – Food, shelter, and clothing for those in need. Recovery – Biblically based programs to minister to the whole person; body, mind, and spirit. Restoration – Equipping people to lead productive and independent lives.

Operating as usual

Thank you St. Joseph Health St Mary. Your generous donation of N95 masks to the Mission allows us to expand our mask care for our staff, Life Recovery Program clients, volunteers and the neighbors and friends we serve. Thank you, Kevin Mahany, for setting this up for the Mission and Juan for serving us so well (you double blessed us!). We are grateful for our Community Partners - we all serve and serve better when we serve together! #sharingiscaring #BetterTogether

Here is how it all went down: Debbie A. Cannon, from AcademyGo, let me know that Bank of America was donating facemasks. I call up Christina Kennedy, our HD Food Collaborative partner at High Desert Second Chance, and she is interested too. So I request 10,000 (8000 to be distributed to the Food Collaborative partners and 2000 for the Mission). They came today. Yay! When the box of 2000 arrived we opened it up and within 5 minutes one of our regular neighbors and friends, Reuben, came to the door with no mask. Volunteer Brad handed a mask to Reuben and then we all went outside -Intern Gerard and Volunteers Brad, Laurie and Hayden who stood with Reuben for the last picture in front of the Mission. Just saw a boatload of cool pictures from the Food Collaborative Distribution today at High Desert Second Chance sure they will be sharing them soon! Collaboration is cool!

Thank you Bank of America and AcademyGo for this much needed donation – each day we give out many masks to our unsheltered neighbor and friends! - Dawn Quigg #sharingiscaring #bettertogether

Thank you Diana Amaya and Michelle Torres from St. Mary St. Joseph Health. Your donation for 500 facemasks for our neighbors and friends will go to good use here at the Mission as we provide PPE daily for those who seek our services. #sharingiscaring #bettertogether

Thank you Santa Inc for allowing us to share this wonderful clothing donation with several of our area non-profits. We value what you and they do for our neighbors and friends in need.

Thank you to the Victor Valley Rescue Mission for sharing this donation of 851 new clothing items for girls, women and men! Our families will truly be blessed to receive this gift. Thank you and God bless. #togetherwechangelives #communitylove #partnership

California’s heatwave is expected to last all week! To avoid power outages, Let us each do our part and save energy. Pre-cool your home/business overnight and in the early
morning at 72° and, from 3-10pm, set your A/C at 78° or higher and avoid using major appliances. Sign up for alerts here: Stay safe and, along with us, please look out for your unsheltered neighbor and friends as they are directly exposed to this heat!

Victor Valley Super Thrift Store

Did you know that you can assist the Thrift Store and it's mission to support the Victor Valley Rescue Mission by volunteering? We are looking for reliable individuals (over 18) whose can give a weekly (several shifts available each week!) recurring gift of time to support this work. It's fun, it's productive and it assists in supporting Life Recovery for our 20 program men. Interested? Go to and apply! Hope to see you soon...

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Victor Valley Super Thrift Store

Joanna Velasco, our Thrift Store Supervisor, wants you to know that our trucks are available for donation pick up. Please remember no items over 60 lbs. and we are allowed to pick up from front yards (including porches) and driveways (including garages). Call 1-800) 417-5678 and one of our friendly Call Center representatives will tell you when our truck is scheduled to be in your neighborhood for picks-ups! Thank you for donating to us - you play an important part in assisting us, with Jesus' redeeming presence, to change live for good and support up to 20 men in their 9 month Life Recovery Program journey!

Enjoy Backpack Giveaway memories! Photos courtesy of James Quigg. San Bernardino County Fairgrounds location courtesy of Jennifer Monter and Katherine Chamberland.

Annual backpack giveaway draws hundreds of families to SBC Fairgrounds in Victorville

So glad to serve our neighbors and friends together! Every Backpack given away. We saw our community respond and, based on what we saw, the need is here. Grateful that other organizations are meeting this need as well. Valued collaboration, gracious partnerships, wonderful volunteers and generous sponsors - you all made it happen. And to our community - WE ARE GLAD YOU CAME!
Impact Church and Victor Valley Rescue Mission partnered with Desert Mountain Children’s Center, The San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, Angel Tree, High Desert Transitional Living Connection/ The Gate HD Church and Community Health Action Network, distributed all1500 backpacks at its annual Backpack Giveaway. Students received a backpack full or school supplies, Meat and Produce Farm-to-Family food boxes courtesy of the High Desert Food Collaborative, Bombas Socks courtesy of Happy Feet Sole to Soul, face masks courtesy of Desert Mountain Children’s Center and Community Health Action Network, books courtesy of IEHP and Ready 4 Reading Book Club and Toys and Hygiene Products from Santa Inc. Sponsors for the event are: Desert Mountain Children’s Center, Desert Valley Hospital, IEHP, Stirling, ISU Armac Insurance, Midway Home Solutions, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Cemex, Victorville Rotary, Apple Valley Communications, Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group, Victor Valley Transit, Azusa Pacific University, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, Southwest Gas and High Desert Second Chance. Volunteers came from Victor Valley Rescue Mission, Impact Church, IEHP, Azusa Pacific University, High Desert Second Chance, Academy of Academic Excellence ROTC, Desert Mountain Children Center, Community Health Action Network, VVTA and Angel Tree. So grateful for you all! Sitting in the backseat of her parent’s Jeep, 7-year-old Emma Stevens watched curiously as masked volunteers handed out backpacks in SBC Fair

Please review the BACKPACK EVENT information on this page for more event details. Here are the Event Flyers in English and in Spanish. Please know that this event is a contactless drive-through event. Facemasks need to be worn according to state guidelines, there will be no getting out of the vehicle and no walk-in guests allowed. Please be prepared for a 1 hour plus wait time and remember to follow the directions on this flyer so that you can receive while supplies last. This is a first come-first served event. We are all so very glad we found a way to have this COVID Style 2020 Backpack Giveaway! We celebrate our partners, The High Desert Food Collaborative, Happy Feet Soul to Sole and the Ready for Reading Book Club. We thank you, in advance, for your patience and we look forward to seeing you and your students!

Thank you Supervisor Lovingood and Staff. Thank you for all of the positive programs, initiatives and positive civic direction and results you and your staff have given in service and leadership to our community.

The Victor Valley Rescue Mission serves unsheltered and low-income residents who are experiencing homelessness and poverty. The Mission’s nine-month Life Recovery Resident Program has room for 20 clients. Attached to this program is a Transitional program where, for up to 2 years, program clients can obtain employment, receive post program life coaching and skills training to reenter life supported and financially prepared. Over the past 11 years, the program has had an 84% success rate for those who complete 9 months and transition for one year or longer.

At the Mission, a clothing give-away and healthy food pantries are offered at three different partner locations each week. At the Mission, light breakfasts, light lunches and essentials are distributed. The mobile shower unit is in operation at six partner locations in the High Desert. In June of 2020 the mission served 1,672 hot meals, distributed 476 food boxes and saw 622 of our neighbors utilize the mobile shower unit.

The mission is in need of donations, including hotel-size hygiene products such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, razor, and feminine hygiene; dog and cat food; underwear, socks, shoes and blankets; face masks; full-size shampoos, conditioner and body wash for the mobile shower unit; water and pantry food donations; coffee, sugar and creamer and monetary donations that helps the Mission fill the needs gaps.


Dawn Quigg will be unveiling the Date, Time and Location of the 2020 Backpack Giveaway - COVID Style. Hear about it here first today at 5 pm. Then check back to this FB page next week when the full announcement is posted. Then find out from area Educational Leaders on educational needs during COVID -19!

Visit to see how you can help provide relief this summer.

#bettertogether #HighDesertStrong #sharingiscaring

This Thursday, June 25th our Collaborative Partners are working collectively together to provide a city wide Drive-Thru Food Distribution in Victorville.

We strive to support the efforts of our Collaborative partners; Women of Noble Character Community Health Action Network (CHAN), Victor Valley Rescue Mission , God's Hand Extended , and Victory Outreach Victorville as they work together to impact lives in our community by fighting food insecurities.

"None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful." – Mother Teresa

Thank you enVision Educational Development Trust for your wonderful donation to the Mission. Janelle Denno, thank you, and Candice Quiroz (pictured), thank you! We look forward to when we will be able to host the students that come through your organization. The cross cultural work you do with international exchange students is amazing! We are always so pleased to be a destination of service for your program.

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Many of our First District schools have extended their meal programs through the summer. Students ages 18 and under are eligible. Please check with your child's school district, or the links below, for times and locations.

🍎 Adelanto Elementary School District -

🍎 Hesperia Unified School District -

🍎 Oro Grande School District -

🍎 Snowline Joint Unified School District -

🍎 Victor Elementary School District -

🍎 Victor Valley Union High School District -

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Deepest thanks to CEMEX, Victorville Cement Operations. They are wonderful neighbors and friends of the Mission. Their consistent support of our Outreach endeavors are treasured. They work hard, they have charity in their hearts and they are fun! This donation is very special to us and will go to assisting our Mission during this COVID 19 Pandemic allowing us to continue our mission to bring refuge, recovery and restoration to those we serve. Thank you Luis G. Lopez - Victorville Plant Manager, Alejandra Silva - Environmental Manager and Lilia Reyes - Administrative Assistant and gracious taker of this photo and organizer of this special moment!

Yesterday we were blessed by Julie Reay, Executive Director of HomeAid (Baldy View Chapter). Celebrating this wonderful and useful donation for our littlest neighbors and friends. Also celebrating the way High Desert non-profits have come together to help each other and share resources so that each non-profit has all they can to serve their neighbors and friends! #bettertogether #highdesertstrong Thank you, Julie and HomeAid!

Victor Valley Super Thrift Store

Same days, same hours, same awesome staff, great new bargains! Store days and times for shopping and drop-offs: M-F 9am-7pm, Sat. 9am-6pm. Due to your generosity we need to process the donations that we currently have. Because of this we will be moving back the resuming of our Pick-up scheduling. Currently we are looking at pushing Pick-up scheduling off for, at least, a week. Please check back here and we will be posting the date when we know it! A full store is FULL of bargains...come get yours!

Victor Valley Super Thrift Store

On 6.3.2020 shopping resumes, drop-offs resume and you can call 1-800-417-5678 for donation pick-ups that will begin on 6.8.2020. All of us came back because we love serving you at the Thrift Store! So looking forward to seeing you! Store Hours: Monday through Friday 9 am to 7 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm.

Hello Mission Friends,

Excited to be a panelist for this Face Book Live Event on behalf of the High Desert Food Collaborative.

Please join in and learn about how our High Desert is meeting the food insecurity needs of our neighbors and friends.

-Dawn Quigg

Are you in need of supplemental food? Join us LIVE on Facebook this Friday at 5:00 pm for the "Free Families from Famine Town Hall," as we discuss food assistance programs in the High Desert during COVID-19 closures. We have plenty of resources to share. Let's talk about it! PHCC Wellness Carolina Gabaldon Ips C.j. Page Michael N Tina High Desert Community Coalition Free Families from Famine Town Hall
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Your letters of encouragement and support mean so much to us. We have the best partners - you are generous, you are kind, you are people who delight in serving others. We thank God, everyday, for you!

Since the beginning of April, Maggie has blessed us with her cheerful presence and exemplary service. She came to us, on loan, from Family Assistance Program and will be returning to them starting next week, Thank you Family Assistance Program for allowing Maggie to serve with us and THANK YOU Maggie! We will miss seeing you here everyday but are glad to know we will see you because you are our neighbor!

The Mobile Shower Unit provided showers for 640 men, women and children in the month of April. The most yet! We thank you, our partners and volunteers, for allowing us to provide this service to our neighbors and friends. All receive a shower, socks, and underwear when they come to one of our service locations.

[05/07/20]   Please invite your friends and your church join in via Live Stream of the National Day of Prayer observance on Facebook. We are holding a virtual observance on the steps of Adelanto City Hall today at Noon. Please encourage your congregations, ministry partners, family and friends to join us. Consider setting up a watch party on your own Facebook account. Our host church, Impact Church’s video team will be broadcasting it to their church’s page: Impact Christian Church. You are welcome to direct your family, friends, and church members to that page.

This year’s theme, “Pray God’s Glory Across the Earth”, is based on Habakkuk 2:14, and reminds us that this promise, “for the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea.” is for us today. National Day of Prayer (NDP) Task Force President, Kathy Branzell, put it this way, “Unprecedented times call for unprecedented prayer! This year's ‘virtual’ National Day of Prayer Observance may have more prayer – and more ‘pray-ers’ than ever before!”

A group of compassionate friends of the Mission has offered us a Matching Challenge gift for emergency food, care, and life-changing help. Every dollar you give will be matched up to $14,460! Visit to learn more.

Bethanee, Holly and Aidan came by from LIFE Church to donate Facemasks for our Mission neighbors and friends. They made them in all sizes from Children to Adult XXL. Marilyn and Austin helped. Aiden is 12 and Marilyn is 85! We celebrate that everyone can find a way to keep their fellow people safer during this time of Pandemic. Thank you for helping us help others!

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15572 7th St.
Victorville, CA

General information

Volunteers bring essential services to every Rescue Mission Alliance outreach ministry. Each year, thousands of people offer their time, talent, and goodness of heart to outreach projects, to help make a difference in the lives of the hurting and the homeless.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
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