San Bernardino free clothing closets.

Receive low cost, or free, clothes in the San Bernardino California region. Families of all backgrounds can turn to thrift stores, clothing closets, churches, and charity type organizations for help. There are also some specialty type centers that can provide school supplies, free baby items or diapers, house wares, and even maybe limited financial assistance.

While some locations will sell gently used goods to the general public, other San Bernardino thrift stores and clothing closets will offer vouchers so qualified residents can receive the items for free. In some cases clients  of these centers can receive clothes or uniforms for work or school, free toys and gifts at Christmas, and other social service type aid. For example, locations may have information on career counseling or job training programs.

Twentynine Palms Armed Services YMCA MCAGCC – Phone number 760-830-7481
The programs run by this non-profit are for active duty military personnel and their immediate family members. They can receive donated clothing, books, house wares, electronic equipment, and more.

San Bernardino County Department of Aging and Adult Services
A number of services are offered. While most are for seniors, others may benefit as well. The location provides assistance and information, education, outreach, case management and more. Depending on funding, school clothing and supply gift cards are available during summer months for students and children. Some assistance may be offered for minor home modifications or other needs, such as prescription medications. Address is 9445 Fairway View Pl, Ste 115, Rancho Cucamonga, California, 91730, call 877-800-4544.

Feed My Sheep in the Desert
Main address is 21811 Ottawa Rd
Apple Valley, California, 92398
Call 760-243-4343





High Desert Pregnancy Clinic
56669 29 Palms Hwy., Ste D
Yucca Valley, CA, 92284
Distributes gently used diapers, maternity clothing, formula and baby equipment when available.

Desert Sanctuary
Main address is 705 E. Main
Barstow, CA, 92311
The center provides free or low cost clothing, household items and personal hygiene to income qualified families. Diapers may also be offered for those in need.

Catholic Charities of San Bernardino/Riverside
16051 Kasota Rd, Ste 700
Apple Valley, California, 92307
Telephone - 760-242-2311
One of the leading charities in the San Bernardino region. Various forms of aid are offered, including clothing, appliances, furniture, household items and more to needy families/individuals. Referrals to government aid and public assistance, such as CalFresh, can be made too. Some emergency financial aid may be available, as funding allows, for critical needs such as housing or electric bills.

Moses House Ministries
15180 Anacapa Rd
Victorville, CA, 92392
A store house is on site and it contains baby formula, toys, diapers and maternity clothes. Assistance is offered for mothers and children up to age 3 years old.

Yucaipa Valley Welfare
35075 Avenue B
Yucaipa, CA, 92399
Dial 909-797-0244

Victor Valley Rescue Mission
16857 C St.
Victorville, California, 92395
Telephone number is 760-955-5958
The center provides hygiene items, secondhand clothing, and meals as well as Christmas assistance to people in need. Vouchers may be offered for clothing, shoes, and bedding.

Samaritans Helping Hand
15527 8th St.
Victorville, CA, 92395
Call 760-243-5933




Community Health Action Network
Address - 15000 7th St, Ste 208G
Victorville, CA, 92395
A number of assistance programs are offered to the community. This can include child car seats, formula, diapers, and other items.

Rose of Sharon P.R.C.
14725 Seventh St., Ste. 600
Victorville, CA, 92395

Family Service Agency of San Bernardino
23406 Crest Forest Dr.
Crestline, CA, 92325

The Blessing Center
760 E Stuart Ave
Redlands, CA, 92374

Family Service Association of Redlands
612 Lawton St
Redlands, CA, 92374
Call 909-793-2673
The agency offers case management, educational and training programs, food, clothing, and household goods.

Good Samaritans Christian Church
14755 Foothill Blvd.
Fontana, CA, 92335

Abundant Living Family Church
9269 Utica Ave, Suite 125
Rancho Cucamonga, California, 91730
An outreach center that offers household items including furniture, clothing, personal hygiene products and more on a monthly basis.

Outreach Nation
9155 Archibald Ave, Ste 104
Rancho Cucamonga, California, 91730
Offers shoes to families and individuals.
Call 909 825-8080

Chino Neighborhood House
13130 6th St.
Chino, CA, 91708
Call 909-628-5608





Foothill Family Shelter
1501 W. Ninth St, Ste D
Upland, CA, 91786
Call 909-920-0453 for information

Assigned Angels International

Priscillas Helping Hands
1314 Date St
San Bernardino, California, 92404
The agency relies on donations from the community. It will then provide clothing for people who are in need. Some of what may offered include work uniforms, coats and supplies for students, toys or gifts around Christmas, and standard, everyday clothes.

Christian and Missionary Alliance Church
340 E. Evans St.
San Bernardino, CA, 92404
Call 909-885-0012

Church of the Nazarene
1605 N. Sierra Way
San Bernardino, CA, 92405
Phone Number - 909-886-8104

Marys Children Program
641 Roberds Ave
San Bernardino, CA, 92411
Call 909-889-2558

Loveland Jubilee Pantry
1436 N. Ayala Dr. Ste. G
Rialto, CA, 92376
Food, clothing, meals, and other support is offered from this clothing closet/pantry. Personal hygiene items are sometimes available to the needy.

Frazee Community Center
1140 W Mill St.
San Bernardino, California, 92410





Assistance League of San Bernardino
580 W 6th St
San Bernardino, CA, 92410
Free school clothing and supplies may be offered to teenagers and to students referred by the San Bernardino Unified School District. Students can receive vouchers for buying, or an outfit of clothing, shoes and a hygiene kit.

The Salvation Army - San Bernardino
746 W. 5th St
San Bernardino, CA, 92410
Various assistance programs are offered, including some emergency aid. Some funds for bills or rent may be offered, as well as free clothing or food from thrift stores and clothing closets. Christmas assistance may be offered too from resources such as Angel Tree. Several centers are in the southern part of California.


By Jon McNamara

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