• Do you feel unsafe at home?
  • Have you felt like running away?
  • Do you feel like you have nowhere to go?
  • Do you have trouble talking with your loved ones?

If you can answer “yes” to any one of these questions, we are here to advocate for you.

We Listen

Rather than ask “What’s wrong with you?”, we ask “what happened to you?” and then offer services to assist you.

We provide free shelter and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence. We recognize that our clients have been traumatized and this impacts their decisions, actions and beliefs. No client is ever barred from receiving help.

24/7 Hotlines

Domestic Violence:  (760) 949-4357

Homeless / Runaway Youth:  (909) 335-2676

Anti-Human Trafficking:  (909) 333-7476

Our Free Programs

Our Free Programs

Our House & My Place

Shelter for youth ages 11-17 who are homeless or runaway. Our aim is to provide a safe environment and facilitate family reunification whenever possible and in the best interest of the youth. We support our youth in a myriad of ways and help link them to services to meet their overall needs.   >> LEARN MORE

Hope House

A 30-day emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence, their children and pets. Resources include support and groups to help the participants to rebuild their lives and live free from domestic violence. Transitional housing is available for clients who need further help after completion of the Hope House Program.   >> LEARN MORE

Open Door

This program works with victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation to help them break free. The survivor/advocates provide mentorship, street outreach, survivor-led groups, case management and court support.   >> LEARN MORE

FAM Spot

Our drop-in center is for at risk youth to study and work on their interpersonal skills. We provide tutoring, a computer lab, snacks, and free WiFi.   >> LEARN MORE

Open Arms

Open Arms is a community center in San Bernardino that provides a safe place for our youth ages 14 to 25 to come to hang out and receive resources.. >> LEARN MORE

Next Step

Next Step is an empowerment program that helps to develop a healthy mindset for re-entry back into society for those on parole and probation. >> LEARN MORE

Classes & Support Groups​

Classes & Support Groups​

Parenting Class

Love and Logic curriculum, need to attend 12 classes for a certificate of completion, classes are offered 3 times per week, you can attend up to 2 Parenting Classes per week (one per day), free of charge, classes are virtual.

Anger Management Class

Need to attend 12 classes for a certificate of completion, classes are offered 3 times per week, you can attend up to 2 Anger Management Classes per week (one per day) free of charge, classes are virtual.

Budgeting Class

Please call Jobi at 760-843-0701 to register. This is more of a one-on-one class, people don’t often wish to discuss their finances and credit in front of strangers, we want to make them as comfortable as possible.

DV Support Groups

These are not equivalent to 52-week batterers intervention, this is not a curriculum class, Letter of Support is given after 12 sessions of attendance.

To register for classes or groups please come to 16857 C Street, Victorville, CA 92395. If transportation is an issue, registration can be done via the phone at 760-843-0701. 

In order to attend classes virtually, client will need an email address and access to Zoom on an electronic device.

Our Community Center which is located at 16857 C Street, Victorville, CA 92395, has computers available for use as well as WIFI. We can assist with printing documents, assistance with Covered CA registration, identity verifications, free ID vouchers, free day bus passes for VVTA bus lines, and we can also assist as a mailing address for anyone needing one.

Walk-ins are always welcome! Monday – Friday from 8am to 5pm

Restraining Order/TROs

Need help filing a restraining order? Monday and Wednesdays are clinic days and walk-ins are welcome 9:00am to 3:00pm, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday by appointment only. We also can e-file for the Client. Once the court reopens, our Wednesday clinic will be located at the Courthouse.

Clothing/Hygiene Give-Away

Every Wednesday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, used clothing and hygiene are given away. Please be advised all things are donated and some sizes and styles may not be available.

 

 

July 12 - July 29, 2021

July 12 - July 29, 2021

Monday - Thursday, from 1:00 pm to 5:00pm we will be hosting our State Mandated Domestic Violence Training in English. Training is free, please call or email jobi@familyassist.org regarding registration or with questions. Stay tuned for upcoming dates for more trainings, as well as ones in Spanish.

Free STI Clinic every Wednesday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm…no appointment necessary.

We accept donations Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, no donations on Wednesday. If someone would like to donate but this schedule does not accommodate them, please call 760-843-0701 to arrange a drop off time.

Not sure which program you need?

Call (760) 843-0701 and we'll help you.