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California Lifeline Program - Eligible participants may receive a free cell phone, SIM card, and/or monthly cell phone service with unlimited talk and texting. You might qualify if you are on any one of these programs:
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Salvation Army Programs are led by Salvation Army Officers. These officers are responsible to lead by assessing needs, delivering programs and directing ministries for our local community. From serving food to balancing the books, they function as the Executive Directors and the Pastors for the Chula Vista Corps.
Vista Churches and Religion (Vista, CA)
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) - Office of Victim & Survivor Rights & Services provides assistance to victims after the defendant has been incarcerated. They can assist victims with obtaining restitution, requesting notification about custody/parole hearings, and writing impact statements.
PS: I grew up Catholic, so my roots are Catholic, but I wasn’t really getting much out of it when I went to college. My neighbors started sharing with me a greater understanding of what the Bible says who God is than what I got in the Catholic Church. They attended an Assembly of God church, so I started to attend and it was there that I got established….When I began to understand, I realized that I agreed with where the Assembly of God stands on the Holy Spirit, the work of God, and so it felt like a comfortable, natural fit for me. They believe that the gifts of the Holy Spirit — the gifts of praying for the sick, prophecy, miracles — are still available for us today.
Community Action Partnership - The utility assistance program is a one-time assistance program that helps low and moderate-income Energy individuals and families with utility payment assistance. Click the link for more information and to apply.
Western Eagle Foundation -Project Food Box for $75, you can get a supply of food that will feed a family of four, 7 meals a day each, for an entire week & a bargain store.
Community Mission of Hope - Helps those in need toward the goal of self-sufficiency. CMoH provides tangible help, through food and hygiene products, as well as compassionate mentorship for the social, physical, financial and spiritual needs of local individuals and families.
California Victims Compensation Program (CalVCP) - helps reimburse victims of violent crime for certain crime-related expenses. Victims have the right to apply for reimbursement losses such as: medical, funeral, relocation, income loss, and more.
Community Pantry - Provides three days food and some utility assistance up to four times a year. Bring bags, income information, ID, and SSI. Hours are Monday-Thursday 9:85 am - 66:85 am
The Class of 7566 have worked diligently & their hard work has paid off, earning them acceptances to some of our top universities here in California, such as UCSD, UC Irvine. More