Fullerton Interfaith Emergency Service Inc
Rating: 4.2 stars 5 5 reviews
Po Box 6326 Fullerton CA 92834 USA
To provide food, shelter, and life skills training to those without a home.
Fullerton interfaith emergency services provides temporary shelter and life skills training to approximately 242 families and up to 12 adults who are housed at congregrations at any one time, through the operation of a transitional living shelter in fullerton and anaheim. Additionally, the organization is a provider of emergency food and shelter services to the homeless or those about to lose their home.
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I don't know what happened to Pathways of hope, they no longer care about helping rebuilding lives instead they are destroying vulnerable homeless people lives. Pathways of hope pick and choose which family they are going to help. Most of the time they have vacant room yet they choose when to fill them. Their transitional housing units sit vacant for weeks even months at a time. They have 3 bedroom units yet the block off access to the other bedroom only to store their personal belongs. If you are a guest and complain next thing you know you are kicked out of the program. Not everyone is treated fair or equally. Families in desperate need of their transitional. They rather give to a recovering drug user whom have inappropriate people in and out of the unit. Allowing guest to move their gangbanger boyfriend in wearing blue rags intimidating guest and making guest stay hostile and dangerous.