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Our sister distribution center, the Family Rescue Center (Rescate), also offers clothing and other services. Those who require Spanish speakers may be more comfortable here. The Family Rescue Center, 22103 Vanowen Street, Canoga Park, CA 91303, (818) 884-7587. Their website is

San Fernando Valley Assistance League
The San Fernando Valley Assistance League has opened a thrift store on Sherman Way (next to the Ralph's). For more information about the Assisstance League thrift store, click the link above. Their website is

CalFresh (formerly the California food stamp program) was established to improve the nutrition of people in low-income households. It does that by increasing their food-buying power, so they are able to purchase the amount of food their household needs. CalFresh benefits are used instead of money at the grocery store.

CalFresh benefits are issued via a Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card.

For information or to apply for benefits, go to the LA County dpss (Department of Public Social Services) website.

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The California Resource Guide provides resources for people in need of food, clothing, and other assistance. Their website is

Move for Hunger Logo

Move For Hunger is a non-profit organization that works with moving companies across the nation to support the efforts of local food banks. Their many activities can be found at

Brandman Centers Logo
The Brandman Centers for Senior Care (BCSC) at the Los Angeles Jewish Home is built on a national model of care called "Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly." BCSC is for people 55 years of age or older in the San Fernando Valley, who are living with chronic illness or disabilities and need coordinated medical care to live safely and independently in their own homes. In addition, BCSC provides a wellness center, nursing, nutrition, rehabilitation therapies, in-home services, transportation, medications, dental, mental, emergency, inpatient hospitalization and more. For more information, see