MVCH Resources

The Mid-Valley Collaborative on Homelessness is comprised of nationally recognized non-profit organizations and community stakeholders whose aim is to help provide improved resources for those effected by the growing issues surrounding homelessness in our communities. 



Goodwill of Southern California

Our Mission

Since 1916, Goodwill Southern California’s mission has been to Transform Lives Through the Power of Work. We serve individuals with disabilities and disadvantages by providing education, training, work experience and job placement services.

Our Values

Respect: We treat everyone with respect, compassion and inclusion, honoring their contributions and differences.

Excellence: We pursue a vision of excellence and continuous improvement to better the lives of those we serve.

Integrity: We conduct our business with integrity, accountability and concern for the environment.

Service: We serve, empower and advocate for our clients and each other.

Employment Services Presentation

City Staff Training Presentation

SGV Virtual Consent Form

SGV Eligibility Form

SGV Cohort Referral Form


Union Station Homeless Services

Union Station Homeless Services, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is committed to helping homeless individuals and families rebuild their lives.                               

Union Station Homeless Services has been serving our community for almost 50 years. As the lead agency coordinating homeless services in the San Gabriel Valley, we serve a region with a combined population of over 1.5 million across more than 36 cities and communities. Our mission is to help individuals and families end homelessness and rebuild their lives.          

Our Mission

To help individuals and families rebuild their lives and end homelessness.

Our Values

All of our work is firmly based in our values: 

  • Accountability: We foster an environment of transparency, responsibility, trust, and fairness in our actions and behavior through our interactions with staff, clients, and community. We demonstrate reliability and personal responsibility and take ownership of our work and promptly correct mistakes to the greatest extent possible. 
  • Excellence: We hold ourselves and each other to high standards, set ambitious goals, and constantly innovate to improve the quality and impact of our work. We strive daily, through our professional relationships, to go above and beyond the call of duty. 
  • Resilience: We are committed to a culture of health, safety, well-being, and personal and professional growth for all people.  We demonstrate the ability to remain productive and positive when faced with stress, uncertainty and change. 
  • Courage: We demonstrate bravery in the face of new challenges, take risks, and walk forward with bold purpose.  We demonstrate the commitment to do what is right, even when it is difficult or frightening, to adhere to a higher standard of personal conduct, to lead by example, and to make tough decisions under stress and pressure. 
  • Community: We demonstrate a commitment to working with our staff, donors, volunteers, business and civic leaders in order to build a better community for all our neighbors, those living with and without shelter.  We respect the views and beliefs of clients, staff, community members and others, and work to make decisions in a collaborative and engaging manner.
  • Justice: We demonstrate a commitment to the inherent dignity and worth of all people and the belief that safe housing is a human right. We demonstrate justice by advocating for equitable opportunity for all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or economic situation. We work to ensure access to services, resources and information for all people.  We consistently promote equity of opportunity and wholesome engagement with our clients and colleagues.
  • Respect: We demonstrate the belief in the ultimate dignity and worth of every individual, and treat each person with acceptance, fairness, kindness, and empathy.  We show acceptance by active listening, respect for experience and differences and accepting people wherever they are and however they present themselves. 

Union Station Access Point Directory 

Union Station - CES/HMIS Ultimate Training Guide

Motel Voucher Eligibility & Process Flow


Our Other MVCH Service Partners

LA County Homelessness Initiative

Website Link

Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

Website Link

SGV Council of Governments
(Homelessness Committee)

Website Link

SGV Consortium on Homelessness

Website Link

SGV Regional Housing Trust

Website Link


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