Open Arms

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About Open Arms

Open Arms is a youth drop-in center in San Bernardino that provides a safe place for our youth to come to hang out and receive resources. We offer free Wi-Fi and snacks to youth 14 – 24 years of age from Monday 9-5pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday 12pm-8pm daily. We offer drug prevention and other classes, as well as provide giveaways of food and hygiene products. Our staff, volunteers, and participants participate in community outreach activities throughout the area.

Open Arms organizes movie nights, game nights, and other activities for the youth to participate in and feel like part of a family. These services empower vulnerable youth and helps them get back on the right path to becoming a productive and happy member of the community.

  • Youth Drop-In Center for ages 14 to 24
  • Safe Spaces
  • Resources
  • Free WiFi
  • Hygiene and Food
  • Community Outreach
  • Drug Prevention Classes
For more information, contact chloe@familyassist.org.
Open Arms

Open Arms

323 W. 7th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92401

Phone: 909-571-5659
Monday - Saturday 9-6pm
Closed Sundays

We provide 24/7 Emergency Services for youth and their families at no charge.

Open Arms Brochure

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Groups & Classes

Groups & Classes

Movie Night or Paint & Sip –  3pm- 7pm every Wednesday and Friday

Come relax with some foods and beverages provided by the center 
Hang out, create some art and have a good time around people your age. 

YAB (Youth Advisory Board) 18-24 every Thursday

For youth lead by youth, The youth advisory board is lead by Levi Deatherage. Educating youth through advocacy, policymaking, taking action within the community.

For more information contact jim@familyassist.org
 

SB County Youth Advisory Board:
Wednesday afternoons at 4:30p (Get paid $15/meeting)

Opens in a new windowYouth 18-24 – Application to join: 
https://form.jotform.com/211936761068158

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“If We Can’t Help You, We Will Find Someone Who Can.”