Through the generous support of our shelter partners and network, we have been able to support these families during their difficult transition and provide them with a new start as they rebuild their lives.

Shelter Partners

House of Ruth, located in Claremont, CA has been providing lifesaving domestic violence services for residents of eastern Los Angeles and western San Bernardino counties since 1977. Their transitional living program offers case management and other services free of charge for up to two years. The program addresses the longer- term needs of the survivors and their children, providing the opportunity to work toward their goals of independent, non-violent homes.
Option House, Inc. was the initial provider of domestic violence services in San Bernardino County.  Option House resulted from a broad-base of services under the Coalition for Prevention of Abuse of Women and Children. Operating under the Central Valley Mental Health Association, the original shelter opened September 1977 in Colton.  In 1980 the Coalition for the Prevention of Abuse of Women and Children was the umbrella agency. And, finally, in 1982, Option House incorporated. In June 1983, Option House moved to its current site, a 5000 square foot building which was the first building built specifically to house battered women and their children in the state, the second in the nation!
The Family Justice Center in Riverside is a safe and confidential place for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, child-and elder abuse to seek help and identify options to reach safety. Services include one-on-one private consultation with an experienced advocate, who helps connect clients to a variety of available resources. The mission of FJC is to provide protection and prevention services toward ensuring family justice.
Eagles Wings is a non-profit organization based in Upland, CA committed to the prevention of Domestic Violence. Eagles Wings provides intervention services to those who are trapped in abusive relationships.  The organization provides temporary housing up to 6 months and assists clients in making healthy choices that promote safety and well-being for the client and their family.
McGill House is a 7-bed transitional facility owned by the Los Angeles Housing Authority (HUD) in conjunction with the City of Covina. In partnership with HUD and the City, Catholic Charities provides a wide array of social services to women and children who are experiencing multiple and complex barriers toward a self-determined life and secure permanent housing. Clients can stay at the McGill House for a period of 4-6 months.

Partner Network

Boys and Girls Club

California Victim Compensation Board

Catholic Charities

Chamber of Commerce – Fontana

Chamber of Commerce – Ontario

Children’s Fund

CityLink Community Assistance Program

CityLink Food Warehouse

CityLink Housing Assistance Program

CityLink Mechanics Ministry

CityLink Thrift Store

City of Fontana

City of Ontario

City of Pomona

City of Rancho Cucamonga

City of Rialto

City of Upland

Consumer Action

County of San Bernardino Community Development and Housing

County of San Bernardino Library Administration

County of San Bernardino Victim Services

County of San Bernardino Workforce Development

CORT Furniture

Executive Women International

Goodwill of Southern California

Grace Lutheran

Inland Housing Solutions

Inland Valley Hope Partners

Lewis Library

Mattress Liquidators

Mercy House

National CORE

Purpose Church, fiscal agent

Quality Management Group

Sciortino Design

Shoes that Fit

So Cal Gas

TELACU Residential Management

The Community Foundation

United Way Inland Empire

Get to Know Us

Purple Hearts is a community service program of Purpose Church. Our team is committed to providing love and assistance to victims of domestic violence housed in shelters in southern California.

Provide Support

Your generosity will make a difference in the lives of women and children victimized by domestic violence and help give them a safe and fresh new start. 100% of our donations go directly to support these families.

If You Need Help

If you are in danger, call 911, the local Southern California hotline 877-988-5559, or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224.