Programs & Services

Mary’s Table serves balanced hot meals six days a week at noontime.

Saint Martin de Porres Emergency Food Bag Program distributes approximately 1,000 bags of food on the last three Wednesdays of the month

Free showers for women on Mondays and Wednesday: and on Tuesdays and Thursdays for men.

Medical Screening is open at the Center on Wednesday mornings.

Free Dental Clinic each quarter.

Saint Joseph’s Clothes Closet distributes free clothing on Monday’s to women and children, and on Thursdays to men.

Mary’s Children’s Program assists mothers in crisis with infant needs.

Christmas Party is held in December.


Veronica’s Home of Mercy I & II, a long-term Catholic Christian transitional home for up to 30 women and their children that serve as alternatives to substance abuse, domestic violence, abortion, and/or homelessness.

Casa Merced I, II & III are re-entry homes reserved for women who have finished the program at Veronica’s Home of Mercy, but need added help until they finish school.
Mary's Mercy Center, Inc. is a public non-profit organization which is committed to serve all races, creeds and conditions of life, and extending unconditional love, acceptance, and respect to all who come for assistance. Networking with Local agencies has empowered Mary's Mercy Center to reach out to the poor and powerless of society and help people grow into useful, affirmed people in today's world. Restoring dignity to the poor and marginalized, we serve the young, the old and the mentally and physically challenged.

Mary's Mercy Center, Inc. is funded
in part by the following entities:

  • Arrowhead United Way
  • Bank of America
  • Dignity Health
  • Community Foundation
  • S. L. Gimbel Foundation.
  • Sisters of Mercy
  • Sisters of the Incarnate Word
  • Diocese of San Bernardino Sacrificial Giving Grant
  • TJK Company
  • Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit

Contributors to the refurbishment costs of Veronica's Home of Mercy I:
  • City of San Bernardino : Economic Development Agency
  • Crestwood Corporation
  • San Manuel Mission Band of Indians