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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Developmental Disabilities Area Board #12.......................................................4
Disability Advocacy Groups.................................................................................6
Immigration/ Refugee Programs........................................................................10
Parent Support Groups.......................................................................................12
Riverside County School Districts.....................................................................20
San Bernardino County School Districts...........................................................27
Notes on Special Education................................................................................34
San Bernardino County SELPAs.......................................................................36
Riverside Co SELPAs.........................................................................................37
Adult Education/ Training..................................................................................38
Job Training........................................................................................................45
Supported Employment......................................................................................49
Social Security & Disability...............................................................................51
In-Home Supportive Services.............................................................................52
Other Support Agencies......................................................................................53
Children’s Services..............................................................................................61
Legal Assistance..................................................................................................66
Consumer Advocates...........................................................................................72
Riverside County Mental Health.......................................................................73
Counseling - Riverside County...........................................................................76
San Bernardino County Behavioral Health......................................................78
Counseling - San Bernardino County................................................................83
Hotlines...............................................................................................................88
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Medi-Cal..............................................................................................................89
Dental Care.........................................................................................................90
Emergency Assistance........................................................................................91
Housing Assistance/Tenant Rights..................................................................101
Medical/Preventive Care..................................................................................109
Medical Advocacy Groups.................................................................................119
Transportation..................................................................................................120
English As a Second Language........................................................................124
Recreation/Activities.........................................................................................127
Things To Do.....................................................................................................133
Camps................................................................................................................139
Senior Services..................................................................................................140
Canine Support.................................................................................................151
Toll Free Telephone Numbers..........................................................................152
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Serving Inyo, Mono, Riverside and
San Bernardino Counties
-freedom from hazardous procedures
-choices as to when, where and with
whom they live, learn, work and play
Developmental Disabilities Area
Board # 12
650 East Hospitality Lane, Suite 280
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 890-1259
(909) 890-1635 FAX
How the Area Board Serves
Area Board # 12 is one of thirteen
boards established under the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act. The law gives Area Boards
a number of responsibilities.
A Developmental Disability
means a disability that originates
before an individual reaches age 18,
continues indefinitely, and constitutes
a substantial disability. The term
includes mental retardation, cerebral
palsy, epilepsy, autism and other
disability conditions closely related
to mental retardation or requiring
similar treatment. It does not include
disability conditions that are purely
physical.
1. Protect and advocate the rights
of all persons with developmental disabilities.
2. Conduct or cause to be conducted public information programs to
increase awareness of developmental
disabilities and their prevention, and
the habilitation of persons who have
developmental disabilities.
3. Encourage and assist in the
establishment of citizen advocacy
organizations to work with individuals
with developmental disabilities to assist them in using services and participating in community activities.
4. Review the policies and practices of publicly funded agencies that
provide services needed by persons
with developmental disabilities to
determine if they are meeting their
statutory obligations.
5. Assist in a State plan for developmental disabilities services by
accumulating and supplying information on available services, needs and
priorities.
6. Cooperate with coordinating
and planning bodies and county government groups in matters related to
the well-being of persons with develop-
California law guarantees specific
rights to persons with developmental
disabilities. Among them:
-full constitutional rights enjoyed by
all persons
-treatment and habilitation
-dignity, privacy and humane care
-education in publicly supported
schools, regardless of degree of disability
-prompt medical care and treatment
-religious freedome and practice
-social interaction and participation in
community activities
-recreation and physical exercise
-freedom from hard, unnecessary
restraint, isolation, excessive medication, abuse or neglect
mental disabilities.
7. Encourage the development of
needed services of good quality and
coordinate services to prevent duplication, fragmentation of services and
unnecessary expenditures.
8. Complete life quality assessments for each individual receiving
community residential services and/
or supports. The purpose of this activity is to: a) assess the life quality of
individual consumers; b) provide information to be used in the individual
program planning process; c) protect
legal, civil, and service rights of consumers.
9. Provide clients’ rights advocacy
services to persons with developmental disabilities who are residents of the
Department of Developmental Services Canyon Springs facility.
10. Provide volunteer advocacy
services to persons with developmental disabilities who are residents of the
Department of Developmental Servies
Canyon Springs facility.
Composition: The Board has 17
members, half of which are persons
with developmental disabilities, their
parents or guardians, and the other
half are representatives of the general
public.
Appointment: Three members are appointed by the Board of Supervisors
of each county and five members are
appointed by the governor.
as providers of service to persons
with developmental disabilities, or be
members of the governing board of any
entity providing such service, when
such service is funded in whole or in
part with state funds”.
Meetings: Usually bi-monthly, rotating among the four counties. All meetings are open to the public.
What You Can Do
If you know a person with a developmental disability who is having trouble getting a needed service, or whose
rights are being denied, contact the
Area Board.
If you are a member of an organization for persons with developmental
disabilities: Ask the Area Board for
information about the legal, civil, and
service rights of persons with developmental disabilities, inform the Area
Board about any violations of those
rights, and give the Board your ideas
about needed new, expanded or better
qualtiy services.
If you are connected with an agency
serving persons with developmental
disabilities, let the Area Board know
about your agency’s needs, budgetary
limitations, ideas about problems in
the service delivery system, and suggestions for improving services.
Compensation: Members serve without pay but are reimbursed for expenses incurred in connection with their
duties as board members.
Eligibility: Residents of Inyo, Mono,
San Bernardino and Riverside counties are eligible to be members of the
board. However, state law provides
“In order to prevent and potential
conflict of interest, voting members
of area boards shall not be employed
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DISABILITY BASED:
CEREBRAL PALSY
United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland
Empire
35-325 Date Palm Drive, Suite 136
Cathedral City, CA 92234
Phone: (760) 321-8184
Web site: http://www.ucpie.org
Programs and services are offered at
no cost to families that are qualified
through the Inland Regional Center.
A Resource Guide can be found on the
UCP web site.
INTELLECTUAL
DISABILITY
American Association on
Intellectual and Developmental
Disabilities
501 3rd Street, NW Suite 200
Washington, DC 20001
Telephone: 1-800-424-3688
Web Site: www.aamr.org
AAIDD, (formerly AAMR -- American
Association of Mental Retardation) is
the oldest and largest interdisciplinary
organization of professionals and citizens concerned about intellectual and
developmental disabilities.
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The ARC of California
1225 8th Street, Suite 350
Sacramento, CA 95815
Telephone: (916) 552-6619
Web Site: www.arccalifornia.org
An organization whose goal is to ensure Californians with intellectual and
developmental disabilities have the
services and supports they need to
grow, develop and live in communities
throughout the state.
Local Chapters:
ARC Riverside
8138 Mar Vista Court
Riverside, CA 92504
Phone: 909-688-5141
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: www.ArcRiversideCa.org
ARC San Bernardino
796 E. 6th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410
Phone: (909) 884-6484
EPILEPSY
The Epilepsy Center
6185 Magnolia Ave., Ste. 63
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 281.9895
Web Site: www.theepilepsycenter.org
The Epilepsy Center serves both Riverside and San Bernardino Counties
and was created to raise awareness
and education the community about
epilepsy, empower those who are affected by it, and search for a cure.
Epilepy Foundation of Los Angeles
5777 W. Century Blvd, Suite 820
Los Angeles, CA 90045
800/564-0445
Web Site:
http://www.epilepsyfoundationgla.org/
index.cfm
Serving families affected by epilepsy
with information, camps and conferences.
Epilepy Education Everywhere
25920 Iris Avenue, Suite 13A-313,
Moreno Valley, CA 92551
951-892-5265
Web Site: http://epilepsyed.org/
Epilepsy Education Everywhere is a
nonprofit organization dedicated to
raising epilepsy awareness and education among the general public.
AUTISM
Coachella Valley Autism Society
77564B Country Club, Suite 363
Palm Desert, CA 92211
(760) 772-1000
Web Site: www.cvasa.org
A chapter of the Autism Society of
America to help educate about autism
and network with other parents and
professionals.
Inland Empire Autism Society
2276 Griffin Way, Suite 105-194
Corona, CA 92879
ph: 909-204-4142 x339
Web Site: www.ieautism.org
The mission of the Autism Society of
America - Inland Empire Chapter is
to be the resource of the entire autism
community in education, advocacy,
services and support for the Inland
Empire.
TACA (Talk About Curing Autism)
3070 Bristol Street, Suite 340
Costa Mesa CA 92626
(949) 640-4401
Web Site: www.tacanow.org
Talk About Curing Autism (TACA)
provides information, resources, and
support to families affected by autism.
ARC of the United States
Autism Speaks
5455 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2250
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Phone: (323) 549-0500
Web Site: www.autismspeaks.org
Autism Speaks is dedicated to funding
research into the causes, prevention,
treatments and a cure for autism; and
advocating for the needs of individuals
with autism and their families.
DOWN SYNDROME
Down Syndrome Association
Down Syndrome Association of
Riverside County West
PMB 118, 387 Magnolia Ave #103
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 314-3937
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://dsarcw.org/
Down Syndrome Association of
Los Angeles
16461 Sherman Way
Van Nuys, CA 91406
(818) 786-0001
Inland Empire Contact:
(909) 629-8034.
Web Site: www.dsala.org
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Down Syndrome Association of
Hemet
Contact: (951) 852-1054
E-mail: [email protected]
PRADER-WILLI
SYNDROME
Prader-Willi California Foundation
514 N. Prospect Avenue
Suite 110 Lower Level
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
(800) 400-9994 (Toll-free within CA)
(310) 372-5053
The mission of the Prader-Willi California Foundation is to provide to parents and professionals a state network
of information, advocacy, and support
services to expressly meet the needs of
children and adults with Prader-Willi
Syndrome and their families.
MULTIPLE DISABILITIES
Cal-TASH
2001 Center Street, Ste. 500
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 981-8115
Email: [email protected]
Cal-TASH organization supports practices that promote our resolution that
all people, regardless of their label or
perceived level of disability, should
have the supports they need to direct
the course of their own lives, and to
live and participate successfully in
inclusive schools and communities.
WILLIAMS SYNDROME
Williams Syndrome Foundation
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University of California
Irvine, CA 92697-2300
(949) 824-7259
Web site:
http://www.williamssyndrome.org/
family/aboutwsf/wsf.htm
The Williams Syndrome Foundation
(WSF) seeks to create or enhance
opportunities in education, housing,
employment and recreation for people
who have Williams Syndrome and
other related or similar conditions.
FRAGILE X
Fragile X Association of Southern
California
P.O. Box 6924
Burbank, CA 91510
Telephone: 818.754.4227
Web Site: www.fraxsocal.org
The Fragile X Association of Southern California was formed to provide
a forum for families of children with
Fragile X to meet and share their
ideas, concerns, and problems; and
support scientific research on Fragile
X Syndrome.
FETAL ALCOHOL
SPECTRUM
CalFAS
The CalFAS Mission is dedicated to
two simple goals, to prevent FASD
and eliminate it for the children of tomorrow and to intervene and provide
assistance to those who are living with
FASD today.
Inland Counties Contact
Eva Carner: (951) 677-0578
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: www.calfas.org
ANGELMAN SYNDROME
Angelman Syndrome Foundation
4255 Westbrook Drive, Suite 219
Aurora, IL 60504
Telephone: (630) 978-4245
Web Site: www.angelman.org
The Angelman Syndrome Foundation’s
mission is to advance the awareness
and treatment of Angelman Syndrome
through education and information,
research, and support for individuals
with Angelman Syndrome, their families and other concerned parties.
DEVELOPMENTAL
DISABILITY WITH
MENTAL ILLNESS
National Association for the
Dually Diagnosed (NADD)
132 Fair Street
Kingston, NY 12401
(800) 331-5362
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: www.thenadd.org
An association for persons with
developmental disabilities and mental
health needs.
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REFUGEE PROGRAMS
A refugee is a person who flees to a
foreign country or power to escape
danger or persecution.
Catholic Charities/Refugee
Programs
Refugee Resettlement Center
1450 N “D” Street
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 388-1239
Resettlement services to new arrivals
with basic necessities and provides a
wide range of services including ESL
and amnesty classes and employment
services. Referrals will be made to
Moreno Valley locations for Riverside
County residents. This will be done
through the San Bernardino office.
Asian American Resource Center
1115 South “E” Street
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 383-0164
Provides citizenship, language, and
assistance services to refugees over
60 years of age and of all ethnic backgrounds.
Inland Empire Latino Lawyers
2060 University Ave. Ste 113
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 369-3009
Legal services: one on one consultation
with attorneys, preparation of court
documents.
IMMIGRATION PROGRAMS
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Catholic Charities/Immigration
Programs
1450 N “D” Street
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 388-1243
Assistance with preparation of applications for residency and low cost
document preparation.
L.A. Co. Bar Assoc./Immigration
Immigration Legal Assistance Project
300 N. Los Angeles St., Room 3107
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(951) 485-1872
(951) 485-0047 FAX
Immigration project provides advice
and referrals on immigration matters,
including info under the new law.
U.S. Immigration/Naturalization
Dept of Justice
300 N. Los Angeles St., Room 1001
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(800)375-5283
Gives out forms and info about immigration benefits including ways to
immigrate into the country, ways to
renew your “Green Card”, the 1-551
and 1-151.
La Veria de Pueblo
(909) 888-1800
Immigration Lawyer Referral
Hotline
(800) 954-0254
California Rural Legal Assistance
Foundation
2000 “O” St, Ste 240
Sacramento, CA 95814
(800) 477-7901 (immigration information hotline)
(916) 446-7904 ext. 15
Info and referral on immigration
issues and referral service to other
agencies.
Citizenship Services
The Mexican Consulate
303 S. K St.
San Bernardino, CA
(909) 889-9836
Los Padrinos
455 S. Arrowhead, #C
San Bernardino, CA
(909) 885-7066
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Moms
Empowering
Moms
IRC sponsored mother �s support group. A
support group run by IRC moms for other
IRC moms. The power of unity and knowing you’re not alone, keeps you grounded
and balanced.
Moms here to support you
Jerri Carpinteyro
[email protected]
Christine Jenkins
[email protected]
Gloria Gutierrez
[email protected]
Jacqueline Cazares
[email protected]
Any questions or need more information
please contact Regina Kuruppu at IRC,
909-890-4780 to sign up for this group.
Family Helpline
Toll Free (866) 475-1411
Services provided in English and Spanish. The Helpline assists families with
general questions regarding child
development, communication, parenting skills and attachment problems.
The line additionally helps with parent/
child relationship problems and services
regarding food, shelter and clothing.
HOURS:
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon
2-1-1
(Riverside or
San Bernardino County)
Call 2-1-1 if you have a question on social
services available in your
community including:
--health services
--family support / counseling
--child care
--food, clothing, housing
--substance abuse
--elder services
--mental health services
--AND MANY MORE!
Service provided in both Spanish & English.
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EARLY START PROGRAM
BIRTH - 3 YEARS
Early Start Family Resource
Network (ESFRN)
1425 S. Waterman Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(800) 974-5553
The ESFRN provides, at no cost, information and support to families of children
with disabilities, or who are at risk for
disabilities. Parent Representatives are
available to visit with families in person
or by phone to share resources and referrals or simply to offer support during
the sometimes difficult early years of a
child’s disability. Services are available
throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
SCHOOL AGE
SEPAC - Special Education Parent
Advisory Committee
Parents of special education children who
meet with their local school district to
enhance children’s learning experiences
and potential. Those interested would
have to contact their local school district for date and time of meeting as the
individual districts vary in their meeting
schedules.
Lake Elsinore School District, contact
951.253.7130 for more information.
Murrieta Valley Unified School District,
contact Judy Waite, 951.440.7020.
Desert Sands Unified School District, contact President, Marie Smith,
951.245.9961.
CORONA
FETA Support Group
A group to help gain knowledge on the
IEP process (based on the book �From
Emotion to Advocacy’)
Meetings held on the 2nd Tuesday of
each month (except July, August &
December) at:
Peppermint Ridge
825 Magnolia Ave.
Corona, CA
Contact:Valerie Aprahamian, (909)
841.2600
[email protected]
RANCHO CUCAMONGA
Pomona Learning Disabilities Association ((PVLDA)
Group meets the 3rd Thursday of the
month to provide information and
education for parents and professionals.
Board meeting begins at 5:30 p.m with
care & share support groups from 6-8
p.m. No childcare available.
Rancho Cucamonga Central Park
11200 Baseline Rd.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Contact Pam at 909.980.0592 for details
- e-mail [email protected]
SPANISH SPEAKING
COACHELLA VALLEY
Grupo Mariposa
A group of parents of children with special needs that have the desire to meet
with other parents and share information on services and supports in our
community.
Contact:
Blanca Quintero, (760) 288-4719
Autism Society Latino Coffee
Group.
Meets at Starbucks on the 3rd Tuesday
of each month.
Starbucks
90496 66th Ave.
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Mecca, CA
(760) 772-1000 (Message phone)
MURRIETA
FIESTA EDUCATIVA INC. Meetings held on the 2nd Saturday of
each month between 2 - 4 p.m. at:
Iglesia Santa Martha
37200 Whitewood Rd., Murrieta
Contact:
Alma Rodriguez, (951) 600-7305
Leonor Gomez, (951) 657-3875
CLAREMONT
TACA’s Charla Con Cafe
Spanish-speaking parent support group
meets at Casa Jimenez Restaurant on
the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
RSVP:
http://www.tacanow.org/en-espanol/
charla-con-cafe-en-espanol-claremontca/
ONTARIO
Fiesta Familiares Educativa
Spanish-speaking parent support group
meets on the 3rd Saturday of each
month:
Church of our Lady Guadalupe
710 S. Sultana Ave
Ontario
Contact:
Sra. Hernandez, (909) 983-2534
E-mail: [email protected]
RIALTO
Amigos Unidos de Rialto
Spanish-speaking parent support group.
Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of
each month at:
St. Catherine’s Church
339 N. Sycamore Ave.
Rialto, CA
Contact:
Celia Zelaya, (909) 874-5987
Hours: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Child care is available.
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RIVERSIDE
Padres Con Poder
Spanish-speaking parent support group.
Meets the second Friday of the month
from 10am to 12 pm at:
6180 Brockton Ave. Suite 102
Riverside 92506
Contact:
Isabel Torres, (951) 737-0951
Facebook. Padres Con Poder
SAN BERNARDINO
Angeles Con Futuro
A parent support group for Spanish
speaking parents which meets at the
IRC Conference Center, 1425 S. Waterman Ave. on the 1st Thursday of every
other month from 6 - 8 p.m.
Contact
Blanca Loria,(909) 783-7975
VICTOR VALLEY
V.I.P. Connection
Coordinates events and get togethers
for families throughout the year.
Contact for details:
Norma Pina, (760) 948-7989
Rosa Orozco, (760) 559-2387
Inland Empire Autism Society
offers parent-to-parent support as needed through the phone or web in English,
Spanish or Arabic.
Web Site: www.ieautism.org
Telephone: (909) 204-4142 x339
AUTISM
AUTISM SOCIETY OF AMERICA
Coachella Valley Chapter
For information on both business and
support meetings contact:
ASA Family Resource Center
(760) 779-0012
Web Site: www.cvasa.org
Inland Empire Chapter
For information on events and activities, contact:
(951) 220-6922 or e-mail
[email protected]
Web Site: www.ieautism.org
BARSTOW
A.W.A.R.E.
Free support, information and resources
for Barstow families raising childen
with any Autism Spectrum Disorder..
Contact:
Amber Woods, (760) 910-1023
HIGH DESERT
G.A.T.E.S.
Support to high desert families via
telephone or e-mail in English or Spanish. Contact group coordinator, Jan
Vitro, (760) 242-0076 or [email protected]
verizon.net
High Desert Autism Outreach
Free monthly support gathering with
social play for children and other activities. Trained volunteers on site. For
more information contact Jonathan
Wilson, MFT.
James A. Woody Community Center
13467 Navajo Rd.
Apple Valley
(760) 686-9074
REDLANDS
Meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month
at 6:30on the 3rd Thursday of each
month at the Christian Counseling
Service, 51 W.Olive Ave., Redlands.
Free childcare provided by occupational
therapy students.
Contact: Liesl Geschke, 909.793.1078,
x113 or e-mail [email protected]
TACA (Talk About Curing Autism)
Coffee Talk
A monthly get together for parents of
children with autism.
Panera Bread
2570 Tuscany Street
Corona, CA 92881
Clark’s Nutrition and Natural Food
Grocery Store (In the cafe area)
34175 Monterey Ave
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
To contact TACA support groups, go to
their web page:
http://www.tacanow.org/local-chapters/
west/california/inland-empire/
AUGMENTATIVE
AND ALTERNATIVE
COMMUNICATION
MURRIETA
If you or your child uses a letterboard,
Go-Talk, DynaVox, Ipad, pecs or other
AAC device to communicate, come and
join the Autism Society Inland Empire
for our AAC social!
Murrieta Community Center
41810 Juniper St.
Murrieta, CA, 92562
If you have any questions or plan on
attending please RSVP to Kelly Londenberg at (951) 678-8666
E-mail: [email protected]
DOWN SYNDROME
CORONA
Down Syndrome Association Riverside County West
Serving families with children and
adults with Down Syndrome through
support, social events and educational
programs.
Contact:
Lindsey Ferrell, (951) 314-3937
http://www.DSARCW.org
HEMET
A telephone support group sponsored
by the Down Syndrome Association of
Hemet.
Contact:
Adele Cox, (951) 852-1054
http://www.dsaie.org
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RIVERSIDE
Pediatric Therapy’s Up & Movin meets
on the 4th Friday of each month at 6180
Brockton Ave., Suite 102, Riverside
from 10 a.m. until noon. Families and
siblings are welcome. Call if you have
questions, 951.684.6500.
TEMECULA
Down Syndrome Family Support Group
meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each
month. This group is for parents of
young children with Down Syndrome
from birth to 5 years.
M & M Children Services
27520 Enterprise Cir W, Ste B
Temecula, CA
(951 696-1486
WEST END
SAN BERNARDINO CO
Up For Down
Meetings held on the 4th Thursday of
each month at:
Casa Colina
255 E. Bonita Ave., Bldg. 10,
Pomona, CA
Refreshments and child care provided.
Contact Carol Anten, 909.268.6344, for
more information.
Hours: 6:30-8pm
CHROMOSOME 9p-
For Parents of Children with Epilepsy and Adults with Epilepsy
A monthly support group for parents of
children with epilepsy and adults with
epilepsy.
Riverside/Corona area
Meets the 1st Friday of each month
from 6 P.M - 7:30 P.M. Please call
Luana for location and directions,
951.281.9892.
Murrieta/Temecula area
Meets the 2nd Friday of each month
from 6:30 to 8 PM. Please call Desiree
for location and directions (951) 7413598.
DEVELOPMENTAL
DISABILITY
WITH MENTAL DISORDER
Open Doors
OPEN DOORS is a parent/caregiver
support group developed by Behavioral
Health. CHILD CARE IS AVAILABLE.
Riverside: Contact Lisa Guynn at
951.358.6858 for details
Murrieta: Contact Valai Brown at
951.358.6858 for details.
San Jacinto: Contact Alicia Arredondo
at 951.487.2674 for details.
Darlene Nydam, (909) 864-7825
Informal support for families of children
with Chromosome 9p-.
Web Site: http://mentalhealth.rcmhd.
org.
ADD/CHADD
Support group for foster parents, adoptive parents and caregivers of drug and
alcohol exposed children, regardless of
current (or lack of diagnosis). Meetings
are held in both Colton and Ontario.
Call the MADA office at 909.420.0413
for more details on each support group
location.
ATTENTION DEFICIT / HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
To find a local chapter of C.H.A.D.D., go
to their web site at:
http://www.chadd.org
EPILEPSY
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DRUG OR ALCOHOL
EXPOSED
Web site:
http://www.themakingadifferenceassociation.org/
ALSO AVAILABLE through Making a
Difference Association - C.A.S.T.L.E.
Parenting Program.
ANGELMAN SYNDROME
A telephone support for families of children with Angelman Syndrome.
Contact:
Kristy Rivera, (951) 737-2108
GRANDPARENTS RAISING
GRANDCHILDREN
Grandparents Raising Granchildren Support Group meets on the 2nd
Tuesday of the month in Cathedral
City.
Cathedral City Senior Center
37-171 W. Buddy Rogers Ave.
Cathedral City, CA
(951) 791-3594
Grandparents Raising Granchildren Support Group meets on the 2nd
Tuesday of the month in Beaumont.
Chatigny Community Center, Rm 4
1310 Oak Valley Pkwy
Beaumont, CA
(951) 791-3557
Grandparents Raising Granchildren Support Group meets on the3rd
Tuesday of the month in Hemet.
Hemet Service Center
1075 N. State St.
Hemet, CA
(951) 791-3557
Grandparents Raising Granchildren Support Group meets on the 3rd
Thursday of the month in Temecula.
Mary Phillips Senior Center
41845 Sixth St.
Temecula, CA
(951) 791-3594
Grandparents Raising Granchildren Support Group meets on the 4th
Tuesday of the month in Riverside.
Janet Goeske Senior Center
5257 Sierra St.
Riverside, CA
(951) 791-3594
Grandparents Raising Granchildren Support Group meets on the 2nd
Thursday of the month in Corona.
Corona Public Library High Desert Rm
650 S. Main St.
Corona, CA
(951) 791-3557
Grandparents Raising Granchildren Support Group meets on the last
Thursday of the month in Perris.
Perris Valley Family Resource Center
371 N. Wilkerson, Suite L
Perris, CA
(951) 791-3557
ALL DISABILITIES
BLYTHE
K.A.R.E. Parent Support
For parent support in Blythe contact
Carmela Garnica at (951) 922-5268
Support Group for Parents of
Adults with Developmental Disability
Meets on a quarterly basis (February,
May, August and November) at:
Sheltering Wings
9496 Hobsonway, Blythe
Contact:
Olie Johnson, (909) 890-3071
CHINO
Educate.Advocate sponsored parent
support group meets the 3rd Saturday
of the month to share concerns and get
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information and feedback from other
parents who are facing similar concerns. Meets at To The Pointe Dance
Productions, 14058 Euclid Ave Suite A,
Chino.
Contact:
Linda Higgins, (909) 525-0763
[email protected]
CORONA
CROSSROADS DISABILITY MINISTRY offers a Wednesday night Bible
Study and a Saturday program which
includes activities such as dances,
camping, etc. The Crossroads Church is
located at 2331 Kellogg Ave., Corona.
Contact:
Jennifer Felix, (951) 737-4664
web site: www.Crossroadschurch.com
MURRIETA / TEMECULA
A telephone support for Parents With
Children of Transition Age (18-33)
Contact:
Michelle Estrada, (951) 672-7335
Lilly’s House
Lilly’s House offers weekly playdates
for all ages and disabilities, monthly
speakers that cover topics important to
special needs families and more.
Contact: (951) 440-5478
web site: http://www.lillyshouse.com.
S.K.I.P. - Supporting Kids Involving
Parents (ages 0-6 years)
SKIP is a program designed to provide
opportunities for enrichment, recreation
and play, and parent education and
support. Program offers children under
the age of 6 with special needs activities
that enhance sensory, social, and cognitive skills. While children learn and
grow, parents and caregivers interact
with others who understand what it is
like to raise a child with special needs.
Pre-registration is required. For special
accommodations, call (951) 694-6480.
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Fee: $1/person (All family members in
attendance must be registered)
ONTARIO
Parent Support Group
Sponsored by Early Start Family/Infant
program. This group is for loved ones
of children birth to age 5 with special
needs. This group meets on either the
last Thursday of the month from 10:30
am - 11:30 am or on the last Friday of
the month from 11 am - 12 pm.:
Live Oak Early Education Center
2547 E. Riverside Dr.
Ontario Contact:
Karen Laureta or Isabel Schaper, (909)
923-6017
rancho cucamonga
EducateAdvocate
Meetings held on the 4th Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Jumping Jacks, 11138 Elm Avenue, Rancho
Cucamonga. Check web site for meeting
details http://educateadvocateca.com
VICTOR VALLEY
Point of Connection
A parent support and advocacy group
for parents of children with special
needs. Meetings held on the 1st Monday of each month at the Victorville
Activity Center, 15075 Hesperia Rd.,
Victorville. Childcare available. Contact
Betty Carrillo for more information,
760.605.8598. Se habla espaГ±ol.
V.I.P. Connection
Coordinates events & activities for
families throughout the year.
Contact:
Gina Rendleman, (760) 949-2542
Kim Schwing, (760) 900-4399
MOM’S NIGHT OUT
--A group of mom’s meet regularly in
the Rancho Cucamonga/Ontario area on
the 1st Tuesday of the month at a local
restaurant beginning at 6 P.M. For
information on dates and times, contact
Sylvia Broyles at (909) 261-4433.
--Moms who live in the Highland/San
Bernardino area have a Mom’s Night
Out group. The contact person is Tina
Schumacher at (909) 864-7424.
--If you live in the Low Desert and are
the mom of a child with autism, join
the Coachella Valley Autism Society
of America’s monthly get together to
socialize and relax. Just call (760) 7790012 for more information.
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Riverside County Office of
Education
3939 13th Street
P.O. Box 868
Riverside, CA 92502-0868
(951) 826-6530
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: Riverside County
Indio Office
47-336 Oasis St.
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 863-3000
Murrieta Office
24980 Las Brisas Rd.
Murrieta, CA 92562
(951) 600-5651
AFFILIATED SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Alvord Unified School District
10365 Keller Ave.
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 509-5000
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Riverside and Corona area.
Banning Unified School District
161 W. Williams Street
Banning, CA 92220
(951) 922-0201
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Banning, Whitewater, Cabazon
Beaumont Unified School District
500 Grace Ave.
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P.O. Box 187
Beaumont, CA 92223
(951) 845-1631
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4:30
p.m.
Serves: Beaumont, Cherry Valley
Coachella Valley Unified School
District
87-225 Church Street
P.O. Box 847
Thermal, CA 92274
(760) 399-5137
Grades: K-12th
Head Start Programs
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Servies: Coachella, Mecca, Thermal,
Oasis, Salton City
Corona-Norco Unified School District
2820 Clark Ave.
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 736-5000
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Serves: Corona, Norco
Desert Center Unified School District
1434 Kaiser Road
P.O. Box 106
Desert Center, CA 92239
(760) 392-4217
Grades: K-8th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Desert Center, Eagle Mountain, Lake Tamarisk
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47-950 Dune Palms Road
La Quinta, CA 92253
(760) 777-4200
Grades: K-12th
Head Start Programs
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: Indio, Palm Desert, La Quinta,
Rancho Mirage, Bermuda Dunes, Indian Wells
Hemet Unified School District
1791 W. Acacia Ave.
Hemet, CA 92545
(951) 765-5100
Grades: K-12th
Serves: Hemet, Winchester, Idywild,
Anza, Aguanga, Mountain Center,
Sage, Garner Valley
Jurupa Unified School District
4850 Pedley Road
Riverside, CA 92509
(951) 360-4100
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Riverside, Jurupa, Mira Loma,
Rubidoux, Pedley, Glen Avon
Lake Elsinore Unified School District
545 Chaney Street
Riverside, CA 92509
(951) 253-7000
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Canyon Lake, Corona, Perris.
Menifee Union Elementary School
District
30205 Menifee Road
Menifee, CA 92584
(951) 672-1851
Grades: K-8th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Sun City, Quail Valley, Menifee
Moreno Valley Unified School
District
25634 Alessandro Blvd.
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
(951) 571-7500
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Moreno Valley
Murrieta Valley Unified School
District
41870 McAlby Ct.
Murrieta, CA 92562
(951) 696-1600
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.
Serves: Murrieta
Nuview Union School District
29780 Lakeview Ave.
Nuevo, CA 92567
(951) 928-0066
Grades: K-5th, 6-8th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Lakeview, Juniper Flats,
Nuevo
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Palm Springs Unified School District
980 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 416-6000
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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Palo Verde Unified School District
295 N. 1st Street
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 922-4164
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Blythe, Ripley, Palo Verde
Perris Elementary School District
143 E. 1st Street
Perris, CA 92570
(951) 657-3118
Grades: K-6th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Perris
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155 E. 4th Street
Perris, CA 92570-2124
(951) 943-6369
Grades: 7-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Perris, Nuevo, Menifee, Romoland
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Riverside Unified School District
3380 14th Street
P.O. Box 2800
Riverside, CA 92516
(951) 788-7134
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Riverside
Romoland Unified School Disrtict
25900 Lean Road
Homeland, CA 92548
(951) 926-9244
Grades: K-8th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Homeland, Romoland District
San Jacinto Unified School District
2045 S. San Jacinto Ave.
San Jacinto, CA 92583
(951) 929-7700
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: San Jacinto
Temecula Valley Unified School
31350 Rancho Vista Road
Temecula, CA 92592
(951) 676-2661
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: Temecula
Val Verde United School District
975 W. Morgan Street
Perris, CA 92571
(951) 940-6100
Grades: K-12th
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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Children from families receiving public assistance (TANF or SSI)
are eligible for Head Start and Early Head Start services regardless
of income. Children in foster care are Head Start eligible, regardless
of family income. Ten percent of enrollments are offered to children
with disabilities. Children who come from families with slightly
higher income may be able to participate in Head Start when space is available.
Serves: Perris, Moreno Valley
Education Program
Riverside
City of Riverside
Arlanza
(951) 352-7984
Casa Blanca Head Start
(951) 687-3809
Bryant Park
(951) 352-2810
Riverside Unified School
District Head Start Program
Collett
(951) 352-0183
Fremont Elementary
(951) 788-7465
Rosemary Kennedy
(951) 688-5660
Grant Elementary
(951) 788-7568
Jurupa Unified School
District Program
Hawthorne Elementary
(951) 354-9427
Glen Avon Elementary
(951) 360-2764
Highgrove Elementary
(951) 788-7525
Ina Arbuckle Elementary
(951) 222-7788
Highland Elementary
(951) 788-7292
Pacific Avenue Elemtary
(951) 222-7877
Jefferson Elementary
(951) 788-7394
Troth Street Elementary
(Mira Loma)
(951) 360-2866
Liberty Elementary
(951) 352-8225
Longfellow Elementary
(951) 788-7335
Patricia Beatty Elementary
(951) 276-2070
Sunshine Child Development Center
(951) 788-7310
Riverside County Office of
West Riverside Elementary
(951) 222-7759
South Riverside
County
Moreno Valley Unified
School District Program
Armada Elementary
(951) 571-4500
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Head Start is a federally funded program.
Don’t forget to check with your local school
district for state-funded preschool sites that do
not fall into the �Head Start’ category..
District Program
Butterfield Elementary
(951) 245-6793
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Edgemont Elementary
(951) 697-4222
Rainbow Springs Elementary
(951) 697-4338
Seneca Elementary
(951) 571-4650
Hemet Elementary
(951) 765-1648
San Jacinto Unified School
District Program
Edward Hyatt Elementary
(951) 487-0526
Riverside County Office of
Education Program
Moreno Valley program
San Jacinto Elementary
(951) 654-1531
RCC Moreno Valley
(951) 924-6974
Romoland Unified School
District Program
Val Verde Unified School
District Program
Harvest View Elementary
(951) 928-2915
Glen View Preschool
(951) 940-8530
Romoland Elementary
(951) 928-2924
Riverside County Office of
Education
Perris program
Riverside County Office of
Education
MURRIETA Program
Perris Head Start
(951) 943-5815
Murrieta Elementary
(951) 600-5984
Lake Elsinore Unified
School District Program
Riverside County Office of
Education
temecula Program
Wildomar Elementary
(951) 253-7555
Hemet Head Start
(951) (951) 765-1648
Hemet Unified School
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Fruitvale Elementary
(951) 765-5147
Temecula Elementary
(951) 506-4105
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Head Start is a federally funded program. Don’t forget to
check with your local school district for state-funded preschool
sites that do not fall into the �Head Start’ category.
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CORONA Program
Della Lindley Elementary
(760) 343-7575
Garretson HS
(909) 279-4231
Julius Corsini Elementary
(760) 251-7265
Home Gardens HS
(951) 549-8492
Katherine Finchy Elementary
(760) 416-8190
Jefferson HS
(951) 340-1526
Rio Vista Elementary
(760) 416-0032
Riverside County Office of Education
NORCO Program
United Methodist Church
(760) 416-8357
RCC Norco
(951) 270-0060
Coachella Valley Unified
School District Program
EAST RIVERSIDE
COUNTY
John Kelley School
(760) 399-1259
Riverside County Office of
Education
DESERT PASS Program
Beaumont 8th Street
(951) 769-7025
Beaumont HS
(951) 826-4540
Banning HS
(951) 849-8593
Palm Springs Unified
School District Program
Cathedral City Center
(760) 770-8583
Cielo Vista Elementary
(760) 416-8258
Palm View School
(760) 398-6019
Tlaquepaque School
(760) 398-3594
Valley View School
(760) 398-7868
Westside State PreSchool
(760) 399-5908
Desert Sands Unified
School District Program
Dwight Eisenhower Elementary
(760) 775-3815
One Quail Place
(760) 862-4352
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(760) 863-3628
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(760) 775-3877
Herbert Hoover Elementary
(760) 775-6258
Carrillo Ranch Elementary
(760) 863-3625
Summer Fields
(760) 863-6311
Palm Desert Early Childhood Center
(760) 340-9431
Palo Verde Unified School
District Program
Palo Verde Head Start
(760) 922-8454
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San Bernardino County
Superintendent of Schools
601 North �E’ St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 386-2784
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: San Bernardino County
AFFILIATED SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Adelanto Elementary School District
11824 Air Expressway
P.O. Box 70
Adelanto, CA 92301
(760) 246-8691
(760) 246-4259 FAX
Grades: K-8
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:p.m.
Serves: Adelanto, El Mirage, Victorville
Alta Loma School District
9390 Baseline Road
P.O. Box 370
Alta Loma, CA 91701
(909) 484-5151
(909) 484-5160 FAX
Grades: K-8
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga
Apple Valley Unified School District
22974 Bear Valley Road
Apple Valley, CA 92308
(760) 247-8001
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Apple Valley
Baker Valley Unified School District
P.O. Box 460
Baker, CA 92309
(760) 733-4567
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Baker, Kelso, Cima, Mountain
Pass, Nipton
Barstow Unified School District
551 S. Avenue “H”
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 255-6000
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Barstow, Lenwood, Hinkley
Bear Valley Unified School District
42271 Moonridge Road
P.O. Box 1529
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
(909) 866-4631
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Central School District
10601 Church St. Ste 112
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 989-8541
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Rancho Cucamonga
Chaffey Joint Union High School
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211 W. 5th Street
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 988-8511
Grades: 9-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Montclair, Etiwanda
P.O. Box 248
Etiwanda, CA 91739
(909) 899-2451
Grades: K-8
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Etiwanda, Alta Loma, and portions of Fontana
Chino Valley Unified School District
5130 Riverside Drive
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 628-1201
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Chino, Chino Hills, and South
Ontario
Fontana Unified School District
9680 Citrus Ave.
Fontana, CA 92335
(909) 357-5000
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: Fontana
Colton Joint Unified School District
1212 Valencia Drive
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 580-5000
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Colton, Bloomington, Grand
Terrace
Cucamonga School District
8776 Archibald Ave.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-4698
(909) 987-8942
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario,
and portions of Fontana
Etiwanda School District
6061 East Ave.
Helendale School District
15350 Riverview Road
P.O. Box 249
Helendale, CA 92342
(760) 952-1180
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: Helendale
Hesperia Unified School District
15576 Main Street
Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 244-4411
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: Hesperia
Lucerne Valley Unified School
District
8560 Aliento Road
Lucerne Valley, CA 92356
(760) 248-6108
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Office Hours; Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Lucerne Valley
Morongo Unified School District
P.O. Box 1209
5715 Utah Trail
Twenty-nine Palms, CA 92277
(760) 367-9191
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Serves: Morongo Valley, Pioneertown,
Landers, Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree,
Twenty-nine Palms
Mountain View Elementary
School District
2585 S. Archibald Ave
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 947-2205
Grades: K-8
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Serves: Ontario
Mt. Baldy Joint Elementary
School Disrtict
1 Mt. Baldy Road
P.O. Box 489
Mt. Baldy, CA 91759
(909) 985-0991
Grades: K-8
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Mt. Baldy
Needles Unified School District
1900 Erin Drive
Needles, Ca 92363
(760) 326-3891
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Needles, Amboy, Parker Dam,
Essex, Chemehuvei
Ontario-Montclair Elementary
School District
950 W. “D” Street
Ontario, CA 91762-3026
(909) 459-2505
Grades: K-8
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Ontario, Montclair
Oro Grande Elementary School
District
19175 3rd Street
P.O. Box 386
Oro Grande, CA 92368
(760) 245-9260
Grades: K-6
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Oro Grande
Redlands Unified School District
20 W. Lugonia Ave.
P.O. Box 3008
Redlands, CA 92373
(909) 307-5300
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Redlands, Loma Linda, Mentone, Highland
Rialto Unified School District
182 E. Walnut Ave.
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 820-7700
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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Rim of the World Unified School
District
P.O. Box 430
Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352
(909) 336-2031
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Arrowbear, Blue Jay, Cedar
Glen, Crestline, Twin Peaks, Sky
Forest, Running Springs, Lake Arrowhead & mtn areas
San Bernardino City Unified
School District
777 N. “F” Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 381-1100
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: San Bernardino and Highland
Silver Valley Unified School District
35320 Daggett/Yemo Road
P.O. Box 847
Yermo, CA 92398
(760) 254-2916
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
6 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Newberry Springs, Daggett,
Yermo, Fort Irwin, Ludlow
Snowline Joint Unified School
District
4075 Nielson Road
P.O. Box 296000
Phelan, CA 92371
(760) 868-5817
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Wrightwood, Pinon Hills,
Baldy Mesa, Phelan, Oak Hills, and
portions of Victorville
Trona Joint Unified School Distric
83600 Trona Raod
Trona, CA 93562
(760) 372-2861
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Serves: Trona
Upland Unified School District
390 N. Euclid Ave.
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 985-1864
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Upland
Victor Elementary School District
15579 8th Street
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 245-1691
Grades: K-6
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Serves: Victorville
Victor Valley Union High School
District
16350 Mojave Drive
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 955-3201
Grades: 7-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Victorville, Adelanto, Oro
Grande
Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified
School District
12797 3rd Street
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 797-1074
Grades: K-12
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Serves: Calimesa, Yucaipa
SPECIALIZED SCHOOL
Anderson School
24302 E. 4th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 388-6311
Anderson School serves students from
ages 12 to 22, with a variety of physical and intellectual disabilities. Falls
under the San Bernardino City Unified School District.
Grades: 9-12th
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Other
ASA Charter School
2050 E. Pacific St.
San Bernardino, CA 92404
(909) 388-1255
[email protected]
Serves students who do not excel in a
traditional setting.
OFF RESERVATION
BOARDING SCHOOL
FOR NATIVE AMERICANS
Sherman Indian High School
9010 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 276-6327
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Children from families receiving public assistance (TANF or SSI)
are eligible for Head Start and Early Head Start services regardless of income. Children in foster care are Head Start eligible, regardless of family income. Ten percent of enrollments are offered
to children with disabilities. Children who come from families
with slightly higher income may be able to participate in Head
Start when space is available.
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Upland
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Del Rosa Head Start
(909) 883-0103
Mill Center Head Start
(909) 885-0789
Western San Bernardino Co
San Bernardino West Head Start
(909) 888-0493
Chino Head Start
(909) 627-0206
Waterman Gardens
(909) 889-3807
Cucamonga Head Start
(909) 945-6979
Westside Plaza Annex Head Start
(909) 387-2363
Eucalyptus Head Start (Rialto)
(909) 421-7180
Westside Plaza Head Start
(909) 884-6036
Fontana Citrus Head Start
(909) 428-8496
East Valley San Bernardino Co
Holt Head Start (Ontario)
(909) 458-9670
Maple Head Start (Ontario)
(909) 984-4117
Renaissance Head Start (Rialto)
(909) 875-6863
Upland Head Start
(909) 931-0147
Westminster Head Start (Ontario)
(909) 983-0600
City of San Bernardino
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Boys and Girls Club Head Start
(909) 381-4294
Highland Head Start
(909) 425-0785
Redlands North Head Start
(909) 792-9621
Redlands South Head Start
(909) 798-2690
Yucaipa Head Start
(909) 797-3585
San Bernardino Mountains
Crestline Head Start
(909) 338-1567
Head Start is a federally funded program. Don’t forget to
check with your local school district for state-funded preschool
sites that do not fall into the �Head Start’ category.
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(760) 246-5073
Colton Joint Unified
School District Program
Apple Valley Head Start
(760) 247-6955
Bloomington Head Start
(909) 876 -6342
Barstow Head Start
(760) 253-2956
Colton Head Start
(909) 876-4240
Hesperia Head Start
(760) 948-4411
Newberry Springs Head Start
(760) 257-1266
Phelan Head Start
(760) 868-0829
Needles Unified School
District Program
Needles Head Start
(760) 326-5221
Victorville Head Start
(760) 245-9147
Morongo Basin
Copper Mountain Head Start
(Joshua Tree)
(760) 366-9762
Twentynine Palms Head Start
(760) 367-2271
Yucca Valley Head Start
(760) 369-7424
City of San Bernardino
Parks and Recreation
Parks & Rec Head Start
(909) 887-3349
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The following items will be useful in your search for the most appropriate supports for your child in special education. Parents are the
best advocates for their children, and the more information you have
on your child’s (and your) rights, the more prepared you will be for
the Individual Education Plan process.
PUBLICATIONS
IDEA 2004
The federal special education mandate which state law is based
on.
California Composite of Laws
This is the language of special education law in the state of California. Any parent with a child in special education is entitled to order a free copy of this book of laws. The Order Form can be obtained
online by first searching �California Department of Education’ and
clicking on the �Laws and Regulations’ link. Once you arrive on the
�Laws and Regulations’ page, search for �Composite of Laws Order
Form.’ Your CSC or Facility Liaison can also obtain a copy for you if
you do not have a personal computer.
Special Education Rights and Responsibilities
Written by Protection & Advocacy (now Disability Rights California), this 12-chapter book uses a question and answer format to help
you understand your rights and responsibilities under the special
education law in California. This book is available through your
CSC or Facility Liaision as well as online at the Disability Rights
California web site, www.disabilityrightsca.org.
WEB SITES
IDEA 2004
http://idea.ed.gov/
Composite of Law Database
http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/se/ds/
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Wrightslaw Special Education
A helpful web site created by an attorney who specializes in
special education law. Here in the Inland Empire, we have seen
the Wrightslaw book, From Emotions to Advocacy, used in a parent
support group setting to teach parents how to best advocate for their
child.
http://www.wrightslaw.com
What is a SELPA?
Special Education Local Planning Area
A SELPA is a service area covered
by a special education local plan
and the governance structure created under any of the planning
options of Section 56205, 56206,
56208, 56211, 56213, 56241, 56243,
56244, & 56245 of the Education
Code.
Why do we have a SELPA?
In 1977, all school districts and
county school offices were mandated to form consortiums in geographical regions of sufficient size
and scope to provide for all special
education service needs of children
residing within the region boundaries. Each region, Special Education
Local Plan Area (SELPA), developed a local plan describing how
it would provide special education
services.
Community Advisory
Committee (CAC)
The CAC is a team of parents and
other individuals with a personal
or professional interest in securing
appropriate services for students
with special needs. The CAC membership represents the geographic,
ethnic, and socioeconomic makeup
of the community it serves.
The mission of a CAC is to involve
interested parents, students, teachers, education specialists and consultants in establishing a networking system between the school and
the community.
The SELPA collaborates with
county agencies and school districts
to develop and maintain environments in which special needs students and families can live and
succeed.
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San Bernardino County
SELPAs
There are six SELPA’s in San
Bernardino County:
DESERT/MOUNTAIN SELPA covers
the 20,627 square mile region from
Adelanto, Apple Valley, Baker Valley, Barstow, Bear Valley, Helendale,
Hesperia, Lucerne Valley, Needles,
Oro Grande, Silver Valley, Snowline, Trona, Victor, Victor Valley and
County programs. The purpose of the
SELPA is to ensure that quality special education programs and services
are available throughout the region to
meet the individual needs of special
education students.
Main telephone: (760) 242-6333
CAC contact: (760) 242-6333, x167
EAST VALLEY SELPA covers Colton,
Redlands, Rialto, Rim of the World,
Yucaipa-Calimesa, and County programs. A SELPA ensures that students with disabilities are provided
appropriate educational services in the
least restrictive environment.
Main telephone: (909) 252-4500
CAC Contact: (909) 252-4507
FONTANA USD SELPA Fontana is a
growing district and that is currently
reflected in the continuing growth in
special education. Special Education
staff have budgets for instructional
supplies specific to the curricular
needs of students. Each school site
has a Special Education Review Team
(SERT) that is a collaborative effort
for all special education staff at that
site to support each other in working
with students.
Main telephone: (909) 357-5000
CAC Contact: (909) 357-5000, x7285
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29 Palms, a part of the Morongo Unified School District
MORONGO USD SELPA The Morongo Unified School District provides
Special Education programs and services for individuals with exceptional
needs between the ages of birth to 22
years. These programs and services include a full continuum of alternatives
for Special Education students in the
Morongo Unified School District.
Main telephone: (760) 367-9191, x4230
CAC contact: same as above
WEST END SELPA Alta Loma,
Central, Chaffey, Chino Valley, Cucamonga, Etiwanda, Mt. Baldy, Mountain View, Ontario-Montclair, Upland,
and County programs work in collaboration with students, parents, school
districts, and community agencies to
maintain effective communication,
provide quality services, and ensure
the provision of appropriate resources
which support the education of all
students with disabilities.
Main telephone: (909) 476-6188
CAC Contact: (909) 476-6131
SAN BERNARDINO CITY USD
SELPA. Alternative Programs are
designed to provide education for
students whose academic, social, and/
or emotional developmental needs are
not met through regular education.
These programs recognize the unique
individuality and cultural diversity of
students.
Main telephone: (909) 880-6863CAC Contact: (909) 880-6866
A SELPA provides appropriate education services for individuals with
disabilities by working cooperatively
with 21 school districts and other
public and private agences: Alvord
USD; Banning USD; Beaumont USD;
Coachella Valley USD; Desert Center
USD; Desert Sands USD; Hemet USD;
Jurupa USD; Lake Elsinore USD;
Menifee Union Elementary School District; Nuview Union School District;
Murrieta Valley USD; Palm Springs
USD; Palo Verde USD; Perris Elementary School District; Perris Union
High School District; Romoland School
District; San Jacinto USD; Temecula
Valley USD; and Val Verde USD.
If you would like more information
about the Riverside County SELPA,
you can visit their website at:
http://www.rcoe.k12.ca.us
Main telephone: (951) 490-0375
CAC contact: same as above
Non-Member Districts who coordinate
their own SELPA activities:
The MORENO VALLEY USD implemented its own SELPA in July 1992.
The following programs are available for students that qualify for
special education services: Programs
for Students with Mild Disabilities;
Resource Specialist Programs; Special
Day Class; Communicatively Disabled;
Designated Instructional Services
(DIS); and Learning Disabled classes.
The following classes are available
through centralized programs: Basic
Skills Special Day Class Programs;
Infant programs; Preschool programs;
Developmentally Delayed programs;
Severe Disability programs; Emotionally Disturbed (ED) programs; Autistic programs; Visually Impaired (VI)
Itinerant Services; Orthopedic Impairment (OI); Audiologically Handicapped
(AH) Itinerant; Speech, Language and
Hearing Services; and Psychological
Services.
Main telephone: (951) 571-7500
Ext. 17282
CORONA/NORCO USD. The Department of Special Education offers
a variety of services and programs
to students who have disabilities, to
their teachers, and to their families.
In the Special Education Department,
you can inquire about a variety of
Programs and Services available to
families and students with Special
Educational Needs as well as get help
for Infants and Preschool Children
with Physical, Language, and other
Developmental Handicaps. There are
various Levels of Special Educational
support, such as Designated Instructional Services, Resource Programs,
Special Day Classes, etc.
Main telephone: (951) 736-5090
CAC Contact: (951) 736-5090, ext 246
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National GED Hotline
(800) 626-9433
24-hr Information Source
IEP Trainingl Resource
for Parents of School Age
Children
TASK
(Team of Advocates for Special
Kids)
100 W. Cerritos Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92805
Inland Empire contact
(909) 890-9560
Parent training and info center serving families of children with disabilities. Provides support, legal rights
info, phone advocacy, workshops and
referral services. Conducts eval and
tech explorations with report for ages
12 months through adulthood. Workshops on adapted toys, adaptive hardware and specialized software. Phone
assistance advocacy.
Postsecondary education
Students with disabilities who are preparing for postsecondary education have an
exciting road ahead of them. However,
they need to consider many issues to
ensure a successful experience. The good
news is that the number of students with
disabilities enrolling in and graduating
from postsecondary education is increasing, and many have gone on to be successful in their chosen careers. Still, the
numbers are small compared to individuals without disabilities. The postsecondary environment is very different from
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the secondary environment students with
disabilities are accustomed to. Therefore
effective preparation is vital to success.
COMMUNITY COLLEGES
It is the mission of the Disabled Student Program & Services program
to provide services for students with
disabilities in compliance with both
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
of 1973 and The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The end goal -- to
eliminate the educational barriers
unique to students with disabilities.
Barstow Community College
Disabled Student Program & Services
2700 Barstow Road
Barstow, CA 92311
((760) 252-2411 Ext. 7225
(760) 252-6759 TTY/TDD
Public, two-year community college
Chaffey Community College
Disability Programs & Services
5885 Haven Ave
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737-3002
(909) 652-6379
(909) 466-2829 - TTY
Public, 2-year community college
College of the Desert
Disabled Student Program & Services
43-500 Monterey Ave.
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760) 773-2534.
TDD: (760) 773-2598
Public, 2-year community college.
Copper Mountain Community College
Disabled Student Program & Services
6162 Rotary Way
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
(760) 366-3791, ext. 5861
TTY 760.366.5262
Crafton Hills College
Disabled Student Program & Services
11711 Sand Canyon Road
Yucaipa, CA 92399-1799
(909) 389-3325
Public, two-year community college.
Mt. San Jacinto Community College
San Jacinto Campus
1499 N. State Street, Room 1112
San Jacinto, CA 92583-2399
(951) 487-3305
(951) 654 2098 TDD
Menifee Valley Campus
28237 La Piedra Road, Room 1019B
Menifee, CA 92584-8947
(951) 639-5305
(951) 672-9357 TDD
Public, two-year community college.
Palo Verde Community College
Disabled Student Program & Services
One College Dr.
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 921-5489
Public, two-year community college.
Riverside Community College
Disabled Student Program & Services
Main Campus
4800 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92506-1299
(951) 222-8060
(951) 222-8061 TDD
Moreno Valley Campus
16130 Lasselle St.
Moreno Valley, CA 92551
(951) 571-6138
(951) 571-6140 TDD
Norco Campus
2001 Third St.
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 372-7070 Voice and TDD
San Bernardino Valley College
Disabled Student Program & Services
701 South Mount Vernon Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 384-4443
Victor Valley Community College
Disabled Student Program & Services
18422 Bear Valley Road
Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 245-4271 ext, 2212
TTY: (760) 245-3313
OTHER ADULT EDUCATION
Fontana Adult School
9453 Citrus Avenue
Fontana, CA 92334
(909) 357-5555
The Fontana Adult School Office is
located at the south end of the Fontana
High School campus in Portable #54.
San Bernardino Adult School
1200 N. “E” St.
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 388-6000
(909) 885-6392 (fax)
Special day classes for adults with
We serve adults ages 18 and up. Our
programs include High School Diploma, PreGED, GED, English as a
Second Language, Computers, Medical, Industrial Programs, Older Adults,
Adults with Special Needs, Enrichment
Classes and more. Tutoring is available
through the Counseling Department.
We also have a resource center available to students
Regional Occupation
Program (ROP)
San Bernardino County
The SBCSS ROP provides open entry,
open exit career technical education and
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(909) 793-2121
(909) 335-4079-Student Services
Private, nonprofit, 4-year undergrad
& grad university.
Call (800) 455-5064 for admission or
financial aid.
support services that augment and expand the capabilities of our school districts. Our courses provide instruction
for entry-level employment, advanced
training, and upgrading skills. SBCSS
ROP courses are limited to occupational areas where there is reasonable
expectation of employment or postsecondary articulation, and where there
is sufficient student interest. SBCSS
ROP serves students in the following
sixteen school districts: Apple Valley,
Baker Valley, Barstow, Bear Valley,
Fontana, Hesperia, Lucerne Valley,
Morongo, Needles, Rialto, Rim of the
World, San Bernardino City, Silver
Valley, Snowline, Trona and Victor
Valley.
For more information call
(909) 386-2461
Riverside County
The Riverside County ROP is an accredited career/technical-training program. Each year, the program serves
more than 22,000 high school students
and adults in more than 553 class
sections in 43 career areas and more
than 2,000 local businesses, hospitals,
offices, restaurants, day-care centers
and other places of employment.
For more information, call:
Riverside and Murrieta,
(951) 826-6450
Indio, (760) 863-3300
AREA UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES
(4 YEAR)
University of Redlands
Admissions Office
1200 E. Colton Ave.
P.O. Box 3080
Redlands, CA 92373-0999
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California State University,
San Bernardino
Admissions Office
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407
(909) 537-5000
Public, 4-year undergrad and grad
university
California Baptist University
Admissions Office
8432 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92504
(951) 343-4212
Private 4-year college.
University of California, Riverside
Admissions Office
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
(951) 827-3411
Public, 4-year, graduate and postgraduate university.
Claremont Graduate University
Admissions Office
170 E. 10th Street
Claremont, CA 91711
Call
your closest
city or county
Library if you would
like to learn to read or
improve your reading skills.
Libraries are a great
source for Literacy
Programs
(909) 621-8069
Private, nonprofit, 4-year undegraduate.
Claremont McKenna College
Admission Office
890 Columbia Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711-6425
(909) 621-8088
(909) 621-8516(Fax)
Private, nonprofit, 4-year undergraduate.
Claremont School of Theology
Admissions Office
1325 N. College Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711-3199
(909) 626-3521
Private, graduate school of theology.
MISCELLANEOUS
Braille Institute of America
741 N. Vermont
Los Angeles, CA 90029
(800) BRAILLE (272-4553)
Offers devices to maximize remaining
vision, talking-book records, cassettes,
Braille books, large-print materials,
200+ instructional courses
Ability Counts, Inc.
775 Trademark Circle No 101
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 734-6595
(951) 734-5574 (fax)
Its purpose is to assist people with developmental disabilities to gain access
to quality vocational skills, vocational
choices, appropriate competitive employment, and social integration.
The following day
activity services
are pre-vocational
in nature and require a referral
from the Inland Regional Center.
ABLE (Adult Basic Learning Environment)
34453 Yucaipa Blvd.
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 797-0168
(909) 797 4559(fax)
1910 Orange Tree Lane #340
Redlands CA 92374
(909)335-3022
303 N. Central
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 985-8118
Provides least restrictive day services
in functional skill areas, based on
person centered plans, focusing on individual needs and desires. Emphasis
on promoting activities of daily living
skills, accessing work programs, as
well as social recreational programs.
ARC Riverside
8138 Mar Vista Court
Riverside, CA 92504-4324
(951) 688-5141
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Toll Free (888) 818-6298
(951) 688-7207(fax)
email: [email protected]
Established to serve and advocate for
people with mental retardation and
other developmental disabilities.
ARC San Bernardino
796 E. 6th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 885-3111
Activity program offers training in
communication, social skills, community awareness, workplace behavior,
leisure & motivation skills, self advocacy and work readiness. Also the
site of Gallery 7-9-6 where artists with
developmental disabilities work in a
small but growing studio setting.
B.E.S.T. Opportunities
120 Cal Ave.
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-1030
(760) 255-2344(fax)
Provides employment services, job
coaching, supportive employment,
work services and independent living
skills.
B.O.T.
Basic Occupational Training
1215 Buena Vista, Suite G
San Jacinto, CA 92583
1323 Jet Way
Perris, CA 92571
(951) 487-2725
(951) 487-2727 (fax)
Provides vocational and life skills
training for consumers with behavioral challenges.
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Cole Vocational Services, First
Step Independent Living & Unlimited Quest Inc.
438 E Katella Ave Suite D
Orange CA 92867
(714) 628-0786
These three entities are committed to
supporting adults with developmental disabilities in their quest toward
personal and career success so their
abilities are realized and utilized.
Community Crossings
27363 Jefferson Ave., Suite J
Temecula, CA 92590
(951) 296-2158
A center based program that can support individuals with any and all of
the restricted health care conditions as
listed in regulations, including a full
time RN on staff. They offer outings,
pre vocational training, arts, cooking,
computers, cooking and music.
Exceed
Perris - (800) 423-1227
San Jacinto - (800) 647-3451
Indio - (800) 689-7552
Blythe - (800) 647-3454
To promote activity therapy, transitional living and vocational training
services to disabled adults, primarily
those with a diagnosis of Developmental Disability, in order to enable each
person to reach his or her maximum
potential to be a party of the normalized living and working patterns of
society.
Goodwill Industries of the Inland
Counties
8120 Palm Lane
P.O. Box 850
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 885-3831
(909) 386-6239(fax)
Goodwill has been offering services
to persons with varying barriers to
employment since 1928. Cooperatively with the interdisciplinary team,
Goodwill assists clients to identify
career goals and to create and individual vocational plan which will best
utilize skills, abilities and vocational
interests.
Industrial Support Systems
8333 Almeria Ave.
Fontana, CA 92335
(909) 428-3833
(909) 428-3835 (fax)
Provides products and services in support of employment opportunities for
people with disabilities.
Innovative Business Partnerships
Inc.
P.O. Box 3339
Victorville, CA 92393
(760) 243-1400
(760) 243-4600 (fax)
IBP was established in the high desert
to provide service to consumers who
would otherwise lack appropriate services in community skills training and
supportive employment.
MENTOR California
9166 Anaheim Place, Suite 200
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 483-2505
FAX (909) 481-1984
Mentor is a national organization
providing community-based care for
people who require services in the areas of behavioral health, rehabilitation
and developmental disabilities, foster
homes, senior programs and board and
care.
OPARC
9029 Vernon Ave
Montclair, CA 91763
(909) 985-3116
(909) 985-8579(fax)
Founded in 1950 by parents of children with disabilities, OPARC has
grown into three facilities which provide day programming for adults with
developmental disabilities. With the
help of trained staff, clients make individual choices about how and where
they live, work and enjoy recreational
activities.
You cannot prove someone cannot learn;
you can only demonstrate you are unable
to teach.
Mark Gold
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Partnerships With Industry
1906 S. Commercecenter East,
Suite 211
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 890-1315
Partnerships With Industry’s mission
is to assist persons with disabilities to
get and keep good jobs in the community.
Pomona Valley Workshop
4650 Brooks St
Montclair, CA 91763
(909) 624-3555
(909) 624- 5675(fax)
Pomona Valley Workshop works cooperatively with the Department of Rehabilitation and Habilitation Services,
the Regional Centers for the Developmentally Disabled, the Los Angeles
and San Bernardino County Schools,
and private rehabilitation agencies.
Project T.E.A.M.
Transitional Education Adjustment
Model
Riverside USD
6666 School Circle Dr
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 328-2522
They smooth the transition from
traditional school-age programs for
the severely handicapped young adult
to meaningful real life practical work
experiences.
Vocational Improvement Program, Inc.
8675 Boston Pl
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 483-5924
To provide disabled persons with a
continuum of vocational assessment
and placement services that encour-
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age, support, and reflect vocational
growth and upward mobility. Presently serving: San Gabriel Valley, Inland
Empire, High Desert, Low Desert,
Mountain Communities and Bishop/
Mammoth.
VOICE—Vocational Opportunities
and Integrated Community Experiences
Banning:
2985 W. Lincoln #402
Banning, CA 92220
(951) 849-1429
(951) 922-3457(Fax)
Loma Linda:
24723 Redlands Blvd, Ste AB&C
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 796-2656
Yucaipa:
35034 Yucaipa Blvd
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 797-2970
VOICE provides the following program
services: Activities of daily living, prevocational skills, speech and communication skills, developmental training
at age appropriate levels, socialization,
recreation, community integration
activities and academic skills where
applicable.
Westview Magnolia Behavior
Management Program
11728 Magnolia Ave #D
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 343-8730
(951) 343-8732 FAX
Westview’s Riverside Center Based
Program has a strong community component, where appropriate, and offers
employment opportunities as well.
Government
Agencies
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF
REHABILITATION
San Bernardino County Offices
Ontario Branch
(909) 948-6050 (VOICE & TTY)
3595 Inland Empire Blvd., Bldg. 4
Ontario, CA 91764-5921
San Bernardino Branch
(909) 383-4401 (VOICE)
(909) 885-0028 (TTY)
464 W. 4th Street, Suite 152
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1419
Victorville Branch
(760) 243-6024 (VOICE)
(760) 245-4127 (TTY)
15415 W. Sand Street, Second Floor
Victorville, CA 92392-2313
Riverside County Offices
City of Riverside Branch
(951) 782-6650 (VOICE)
(951) 682-0143 (TTY)
(951) 320-2061 (TTY)
(951) 782-4277 (TTY)
(951) 782-3296 (TTY)
3130 Chicago Avenue
Riverside, CA 92507-3445
Palm Desert Branch
(760) 674-0262 (VOICE)
(760) 674-0266 (TTY)
73-720 Fred Waring Drive, Suite 102
Palm Desert, CA 92260-2564
Temecula Branch
(951) 693-4451 (VOICE)
(951) 693-4468 (TTY)
27555 Ynez Road, Suite 310
Temecula, CA 92591-4678
STATE EMPLOYMENT
DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT
California One-Stop Career
Centers
San Bernardino County Centers
Web Site: www.co.sanbernardino.
ca.us/edd/wdd
Redlands - Workforce Services Office
814 West Colton Avenue
Redlands CA 92374
(909) 798-1796
San Bernardino Employment Resource
Center
646 North Sierra Way
San Bernardino CA 92415
(909) 386-0884
Rancho Cucamonga Employment
Resource Center
Blythe Branch
(760) 922-2118
1277 W. Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225-1423
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9650 9th St., Ste. A
Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730
(909) 948-6606
High Desert Employment Resource Center
15555 Main St., Suite G-4
Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 949-8526
City of San Bernardino One-Stop
Career Center
600 N. Arrowhead Ave., Suite 300
San Bernardino CA 92401
(909) 888-7881
www.sbeta.com
Victorville - Workforce Services
Office
15419 Cholame Rd
Victorville CA 92392
(760) 241-1682
(760) 863-2500
TT(760) 863-2555
Planet Youth
400 West Graham
Lake Elsinore CA 92530
(909) 471-8415
Corona Workforce Services Office
237 West River Road
Corona CA 92880
(951) 340-4036
Empower Youth Opportunity Center
930 North State Street
Employer State Building
Hemet CA 92543
(909) 765-6955
www.cflckids.org
Riverside County Centers
Web Site: www.rivcojobs.com
The Win Center Youth Opportunity Center
45570 Grace Street Suite 1
Indio CA 92201
(760) 775-2887
Blythe - Workforces Services Office
1277 W. Hobson Way
Blythe CA 92225
(760) 922-0103
Institute for Sales and Service
Excellence
72-840 Highway 111, Suite C101
Palm Desert CA 92260
(760) 776-7394
Workforce Development Center @
Hemet
1025 N. State Street
Hemet CA 92543
(909) 791-3500
(909) 791-3500
TTY(909) 765-1763
The Oasis Youth Opportunities
Center
351 Wilkerson Ave Suite F
Perris CA 92570
(951) 657-7105
Workforce Development Center @
Indio
44199 Monroe St Suite B
Indio CA 92201
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Mobile One-Stop
1151 Spruce St
Riverside CA 92507
(951) 955-3100
TTY(951) 955-8657
Workforce Development Center @
Riverside
1151 Spruce St
Riverside CA 92507
(951) 955-3100
Toll free: (800) 572-2733
A Resource Area is also available
for job searches. The job database
includes Cal-Jobs. You may use the
internet and fax free of charge for jobs
found in the database.
Workforce Development Center
Temecula
41002 County Center Dr Suite 205
Temecula CA 92591
(951) 600-6000
TTY(951) 506-5837
CALIFORNIA
CONSERVATION CORP.
Website: www.ca.gov/cccweb/ABOUT/
about.htm
CCC is an organization for young California residents between 18-23 years
of age who are willing to work hard.
The CCC focuses on the development
of good work habits, including teamwork, punctuality, and self-discipline.
CCC crews tackle natural resource
work in both cities and rural areas.
JOB CORPS OF THE
INLAND EMPIRE
3173 Kerry St.
San Bernardino, CA 92407
(909) 887-6305
(909) 887-8635 (Fax)
Mailing Address:
PO Box 9550
San Bernardino, CA 92427-9550
E-mail: [email protected]
Job Corps provides disadvantaged
youth with integrated academic,
vocational, and social skills training
they need to gain independence and
get quality, long-term jobs or further
education. Job corps is administered
by the U.S. Department of Labor
WIA (REPLACED THE JTPA
PROGRAM)
Eligible youth must be 14 to 21 years
of age, low income, and meet at least
one of six specific barriers to employment. A year-round youth program
emphasizes attainment of basic skills
competencies, enhances opportunities
for academic and occupational training, and provides exposure to the job
market and employment. Activities
may include instruction leading to
completion of secondary school, tutoring, internships, job shadowing, work
experience, adult mentoring, and comprehensive guidance and counseling.
The program emphasizes services for
out-of-school youth.
San Bernardino County
Workforce Investment Board
215 North D Street, Suite 301
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0046
(909) 387-9886
http://www.co.san-bernardino.ca.us/
wib/
Jobs and Employment Services
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Department
851 S. Mount Vernon Ave., Suite 22
Colton, CA 92324
(800) 451-JOBS
Riverside County
Riverside County Economic Development Agency
1151 Spruce Street
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 955-3100
www.rivcojobs.com
PRIVATE NON-PROFIT
TRAINING
CENTER FOR EMPLOYMENT
TRAINING
The Center for Employment Training
is a private, non-profit employment
training program for those who need
help the most (including farm workers). If eligible, funding is available
through a variety of government agencies. They are located in three different locations:
CET Riverside
9960 Indiana Ave
Suite 9
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 351-3100
San Bernardino
1430 Cooley Court
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909)478-3818
[email protected]
Temecula
42066 Avenida Alvarado
Suite A
Temecula, CA 92590
951-296-3010
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[email protected]
Web Sites: URL
Job Bank http://www.ajb.dni.us/
CalJOBS http://www.caljobs.ca.gov/
EDDhttp://www.edd.cahwnet.gov/
LMIC
Job Lines
City of San Bernardino(909) 384-5211
County of San Bernardino (909) 3875611
County of Riverside (951) 955-3550
Federal Employment (961) 757-3000
Federal U.S. Post Office (909) 3554339
S.B Unified School (909) 888-9935
State of CA Employ (213) 620-6450
State Of CA Cal Trans(916) 227-7856
State Of CA Corrections(909) 944-0883
State of CA Dept. Forestry(909) 8816900
Worker’s Compensation Appeals
464 W.4th St,239
San Bernardino,CA
(909)383-4341
What is Supported
Employment?
SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT is
available through work service programs for which your Consumer Services Coordinator will need to make
the referral. If you are employed in
this fashion, you will receive a job
coach who will help you ease into the
job that you have been given. Over
time, as you become more familiar
with your work, the job coach will become less involved in your daily tasks.
Ability Counts
775 Trademark Cir Ste 101
Corona CA 92879
(951) 734-6595
2059 Atlanta Ave
Riverside, CA 92507
Exceed
13800 Heacock Street, D-235
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
(951) 653-3611
(800) 771-5058
Goodwill
8120 Palm Lane
P.O. Box 851
San Bernardino, CA 92402-0851
(909) 885-3831
Web Site: http://www.goodwillie.org
Innovative Business Partnerships,
Inc.
Mailing:
P.O. Box 3339
Victorville, CA 92393
Location:
17191 Jasmine St.
Victorville, CA
(760) 243-1400
ARC Riverside
8138 Mar Vista Court
Riverside, CA 92504-4324
(951) 688-5141
Toll free: (888) 818-6298
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.ArcRiversideCA.org
Casa Colina Developmental Center
255 E. Bonita Ave
Pomona, CA 91769
P.O. Box 6001
(909) 596-7733
TDD: (909) 596-3646
Web Site: www.casacolina.org
Desert ARC
73-255 Country Club Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760) 346-1611
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OPARC
9029 Vernon Ave
Montclair, CA 91763
(909) 985-3116
(909) 982-5000 TTY
Web Site: www.oparc.org
Westview offers a program that includes both individual and group
placements in employment.
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1906 S. Commercenter East, Suite 211
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 890-1315
4280 Latham Street, Suite M
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 778-1555
Addressing Discrimination
/ Complaints
27450 Ynez Road, Suite 213
Temecula, CA 92591
(951) 695-4876
Department of Fair
Employment and Housing
Pomona Valley Workshop
4650 Brooks St.
Montclair, CA 91763
(909) 624-3555
Vocational Improvement
Program, Inc.
8675 Boston Pl,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 483-5924
Westview Supported Employment
Program
11728 Magnolia Ave, Ste D
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 343-8730
or
27576 Commerce Center Dr, Ste 103
Temecula, CA 92590
(909) 699-0047
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San Bernardino District Office
1845 S. Business Ctr Dr Ste #127
San Bernardino, CA 92408-3426
(909) 383-4373
Toll-free: (800) 884-1684
(800) 700-2320 (TTY)
If you think you have been discriminated against in a working environment, Fair Employment and Housing
is there for your assistance.
Social Security
Administration
To find your nearest office, you may go
online and use their office locator or
check your local telephone listings for
the Social Security office nearest you.
Telephone: 1-800-772-1213
TTY: 1-800-325-0778
www.ssa.gov
One of the Social Security Administration’s highest priorities is to help
beneficiaries with disabilities achieve
a better and more independent lifestyle by helping them take advantage
of employment opportunities.
The SSI and SSDI programs should
not be viewed as exclusive and permanent sources of income to the person
with disabilities. They should instead
be used as stepping stones to improving a person’s economic condition.
There are work incentives available
from the Social Security Administration designed to help people with disabilities enter or renter the workforce
by protecting their entitlement to cash
payments and/or Medicaid or medicare protection, until they can support
themselves.
Booklets on Social Security benefits
are available to the general public.
Familiarize yourself with work incentive provisions which can assist people
with disabilities and their families
make important decisions about employment.
You can get the publications via:
Phone at (410) 965-2039,
Fax at (410) 965-2037 or
Email at
OPLM.OSW[email protected]
What is SSI?
SSI makes monthly payments to
people who have low income and few
resources and are:
Age 65 or older;
Blind; or
Disabled.
If you are applying for SSI, you also
should ask for What You Need To
Know When You Get Supplemental
Security Income (SSI) (Publication No.
05-11011).
Disabled or blind children also can
receive SSI. You can get more information in Benefits For Children With
Disabilities (Publication No. 0510026).
The basic SSI amount is the same
nationwide. However, many states
add money to the basic benefit. You
can call Social Security to find out the
amount for your state.
What is SSDI?
The Social Security disability insurance program (sometimes referred
to as SSDI) pays benefits to you and
certain family members if you worked
long enough and paid Social Security
taxes.
Your adult child also may qualify for
benefits on your earnings record if he
or she has a disability that started
before age 22.
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The In-Home Supportive Services
(IHSS) program is administered by each
county with oversight by the California
Department of Social Services (CDSS).
For application and eligibility information contact your local adult services
section.
San Bernardino County
For intake, contact your local office:
San Bernardino
Rancho Cucamonga
Barstow
Victorville
Yucca Valley Needles (909) 891-3700
(909) 948-6200
(760) 256-2834
(760) 843-5100
(760) 228-5390
(760) 326-9328
Riverside County
Intake services in Riverside County are
centralized and you must contact the
following:
23119 Cottonwood Ave
Bldg B, 2nd Floor
Moreno Valley, CA 925532
To apply call: (888) 960-4477
Personal Care:
--ambulation
--bathing
--grooming
--bowel and bladder care
--dressing
--feeding
--menstrual care
--prosthesis care
--repositioning and skin care
--respiration
--transfers
Domestic Services:
--cleaning
--shopping
--food preparation
--laundry
--meal makeup
--menu planning
--restaurant meal allowance
--miscellaneous
Other Services:
--heavy cleaning
--protective supervision
--respite care
--teaching and demonstration
--transportation
--yard hazard abatement
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IHSS provides a number of services to
the developmentally disabled including:
a
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Paramedical Services
--administration of medications
--activities requiring sterile
procedures, etc.
INLAND REGIONAL CENTER
Headquarters: 1365 S. Waterman Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Mail: PO Box 6127
San Bernardino, CA 92412
(909) 890-3000
For inland regional
center consumers only
INLAND COUNTIES MASTER TRUST
The Master Trust of California is operated by Inland Counties Regional Center, Inc. to give persons with developmental disabilities
the opportunity to benefit from the estate planning of others and
assets of their own. In certain circumstances, the assets held in a
trust are not considered an asset or as income of the beneficiary
in determining eligibility for SSI and Medi-Cal benefits.
The advantages of this program are:
• Administration of the trusts is performed by the Trust Committee of the regional center’s Board of Trustees. This committee
consists of professionals in the legal, financial, business and medical fields and parents who have an interest and understanding of
the unique problems of individuals with developmental disabilities.
• Administration of the trusts is performed by the Trust Committee of the regional center’s Board of Trustees. This committee
consists of professionals in the legal, financial, business and medical fields and parents who have an interest and understanding of
the unique problems of individuals with developmental disabilities.
• Low trustee fees which enable trusts to be established with a
principal of less than $10,000.
Contact your case worker for more information.
Riverside Branch
1500 Iowa Ave, Suite 100
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 826-2608
ARCA
(ASSOCIATION OF REGIONAL
CENTERS)
The association functions as a leader
and advocate in promoting the continuing entitlement of individuals with
developmental disabilities to all services
that enable full community inclusion.
The association also participates in the
development of public legislative policy
and serve as a focal point for communication, education, training and prevention services.
(916) 446-7961
915 L Street, Suite 1050
Sacramento, CA 95814
www.arcanet.org
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
DEPARTMENT OF
SOCIAL SERVICES
The Department of Social Services provides protection from abuse and neglect,
encourages self-respect and promotes
responsible, self-sufficient citizenship.
Services offered:
*CalWORKS
*Welfare-to-Work
*Food Stamps
*General Relief
*Medi-Cal
*Abuse Services for both children,
and the elderly
* Adoption Services
Look in your telephone directory for local offices.
TAXES
State Franchise Tax Board
464 W. 4th St., Ste. 541
San Bernardino, CA
(800) 852-5711
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Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
1040 Iowa Ave.
Riverside, CA
(800) 829-1040
CALIFORNIA OSHA
Provides coverage of occupational
health and safety
www.cal-osha.com
(909) 383-4321
LABOR COMMISSION
(WAGES AND HOURS)
464 W. 4th St., Ste. 348
San Bernardino, CA
(909) 383-4334
Unemployment Insurance
Automated Hotline
(800) 300-5616 (English)
(800) 326-8937 (Spanish)
HEAP
Southern California
Edison
PO Box 292
Rialto, CA 92377
(800) 447-6620
Rate assistance: 20% discount off of
electric bill is income eligible.
Southern California Gas
California Alterative Rates
for Energy (CARE)
PO Box 2295
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
(909) 331-7593
Rate assistance, appliance repair,
weatherization of income eligible
CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE
ACCESS PROGRAM
A state mandated program that distributes telecommunications equipment and services to individuals
certified as having difficulty using the
telephone
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CTAP Call Center
English: (800) 806-1191
Spanish: (800) 949-5650
TTY: (800) 806-4474
Inland Empire Walk-in Service Center
CTAP RIVERSIDE
SERVICE CENTER
Bank of America Building
6370 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 310
Riverside, CA 92506
HOURS: MONDAY thru FRIDAY,
9:00am - 6:00pm
LIONS CLUB International
The Lions Club exist in numerous
locations in the Inland Empire from
Needles to Blythe to Temecula and
Upland. You will need to check your
local phone book or Chamber of Commerce. This charitable organization
has a myriad of services available to
the public, such as services for the
blind and visually impaired, work with
the deaf, sponsorships and scholarships for a wide variety of activities
and events.
Lions Club web site -- www.lions.org
Compassion in Action - USA
1205 W. Cypress #193
San Dimas, CA 91773
(909) 599-2087
Web Site: www.compassioninaction.us
A non-profit agency to assist low-
income disabled community members
in accessing the medical services they
need.
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES
Offers programs for needy individuals
and families:
* Transitional Living
* Counseling
* Housing Placement
* Education/Job Development
* Health and Nutrition
Riverside Director
(951) 689-7847
San Bernardino Director
(909) 866-5070
EASTER SEALS
Provides local services that promote
equality, dignity and independence for
children and adults with disabilities.
Services include:
* Recreational camps
* swimming
* orthopedic shoes
* equipment loans
Riverside Office
1450 University Ave. Suite F2
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 248-4874
San Bernardino Office
241 E. Ninth Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 888-4125
CALIFORNIA DEAF-BLIND
SERVICES
Pacific Plaza, 7th Floor
2001 Junipero Serra Blvd.
Daly City, CA 94014
800-822-7884 VOICE/TTY (within CA)
If an individual (birth through age 21)
has combined hearing and vision problems that are significant enough to require considerations (such as special-
ized adaptations, modifications, and
strategies) when presenting information or interacting with the child, then
that child, along with family members
and service providers, is eligible to
receive services from California DeafBlind Services.
Web Site: www.cadbs.org
CENTER ON DEAFNESS
INLAND EMPIRE (CODIE)
3576 Arlington Ave., Suite 211
Riverside, CA 92506
TTY/Voice (951) 275-5000
LIFE SIGNS Voice (888) 930-7776
LIFE SIGNS TTY (888) 930-7779
Services for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Services
* Health
* Human
* Employment
* Interpreting
BLINDNESS SUPPORT SERVICES
3696 Beatty Drive, Suite A
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 341-9244
(951) 785-6226 (Fax)
Services offered for the blind or visually impaired in both Riveside & San
Bernardino counties:
Information and Referral ; Braille
Transcription ; Independent Living
Skills training; Orientation and Mobility training; Rehabilitation technology/ Computer training; Employment
preparation; Job Development; Travel
training; Peer support/ Adjustment
Counseling; Affordable housing;
Health and Wellness
Hearing loss association of
california
To open the world of communication to
people with hearing loss by providing
information, education, support and
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advocacy.
Southern Calif. chapter coordinator:
(310) 829-3884
[email protected]
INROADS
Accepts referrals for children and
adults who are eligible for Regional
Center or DPSS services. Services
include:
*Respite
*Social Recreational services
*Pre-School & After School support
*Foster Family support
7955 Webster St., Suite 14
Highland, CA 92346
(909) 864-1551
HOPE THROUGH HOUSING
FOUNDATION
9065 Haven Ave. #100
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 438-2444
(888) 917-6225 Toll Free
[email protected]
Works exclusively in low-income
neighborhoods to bridge the gap between the residents of that community
and the services and resources available to them. Some of the programs
are: Job Education & Training; Living
Well Senior Programs; After School
and Beyond; Transitional Housing
Program.
NICHCY
National Information Center for
Handicapped Children and Youth
P.O. Box 1492
Washington, D.C. 20013
Offers referrals, state resource sheet,
newsletters and fact sheet about various disabilities.
ANGEL FOOD MINISTRIES
FOOD ASSISTANCE
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Angel Food is available in a quantity
that can fit into a medium-sized box
at $30 per unit. Each month’s menu is
different than the previous month and
consists of both fresh and frozen items
with an average retail value of approximately $60. Generally, one unit of
food assists in feeding a family of four
for about one week or a single senior
citizen for almost a month. The food
is all the same high quality one could
purchase at a grocery store. There are
no second-hand items, no damaged
or out-dated goods, no dented cans
without labels, no day-old breads and
no produce that is almost too ripe.
(FOOD STAMPS CAN BE USED). NO
INCOME GUIDELINES, OPEN TO
EVERYONE.
Call the 24-hour hotline for answers
to common questions, including menu
information and host site contact information
1-877-FOOD-MINISTRY
(1-877-366-3646)
STERI-CLEAN
Inland Empire
(909) 481-2285
E-mail: [email protected]
Specialized cleaning services for
hoarders. Free home assessment with
services and fees put in writing so
there is no surprise.
HAIR WHISPERERS
11670 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 990-1654
Web Site: www.hairwhisperers.com
Effective, efficient lice removal service.
Prices vary depending on area. Providers in the Inland Empire are available
by contacting the Los Angeles office.
SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY ONLY
Human Services
San Bernardino Co.
County Administrative Office
150 South Lena Rd.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-4717
No direct services at this location.
Human Services Department consists
of: Adult & Aging Services; Children’s
Fund; Children’s Network; Children’s
Services; Child Support Services; Community Relations; Homeless Services;
Preschool Services; Public Authority;
SBC Homeless Partnership; Transitional Assistance; Veterans Affairs; and
the Volunteer Involvement Program.
COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPT
686 E. Mill Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0610
(909) 891-3863
CSD is an agency that provides assistance to the low-income, elderly, homeless and disadvantaged individuals and
families to help them become stable
and self-reliant.
Services and programs offered:
*Energy Conservation
*Family Development
*Food Bank
*Senior Nutrition
*Food Stamp Employment & Training
*Homeless Coalition
*Weatherization.
HALL OF RECORDS
222 W. Hospitality Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-8322)
http://www.co.san-bernardino.ca.us/
ACR/
ROLLING START
Provide programs and services in San
Bernardino County to assist individuals with disabilities maintain an independent lifestyle. Services include:
* Independent Living Skills training
* Peer advising
* Deaf services
* Helpline
*Personal assistance
*Housing
*Job Seeking skills training
Web Site: www.rollingstart.com
Metro San Bernardino:
570 W. 4th St., Suite 103
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 884-2129
(909) 884-7396 (TDD
High Desert:
17330 Bear Valley Rd., Suite A102
Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 843-7959
KINSHIP SUPPORT SERVICES
This program provides a variety of
support support services to kinship
families, ranging from great-grandmothers raising their great-grandchildren, to older siblings raising their
brothers and sisters.
Locations:
Westside Kinship Support Services
(on the grounds of Westside
Christian Center)
785 N. Arrowhead Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 889-5757
Helping Hands Kinship Support
Services
511 North Laurel Avenue
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 986-9710
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Helping Hands Kinship Support
Services
16519 Victor
Street, Suite 203
Victorville, CA
92395
(760) 843-1177
C.A.S.A. of San
Bernardino
County
437 N. Riverside
Ave., Suite 10
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 881-6760
Web Site: www.casaofsb.org
CASA trained volunteers are appointed by the court to have the specific
responsibility of providing advocacy
for the best interests of a child in the
juvenile court system. CASA trained
volunteers are not social workers or
attorneys.
FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION
OF REDLANDS
Non-profit association which offers the
following services to its members:
* Holiday programs
* Support services for the homeless
* Emergency food assistance
* Assistance with utilities
* Educational/training programs
* Case management services
612 Lawton Street
Redlands, CA 92373
(909) 793-2673
(909) 793-7324
SILVER LAKES COMMUNITY
CHURCH
14766 Smithson Road
Helendale, CA 92342
(760) 952-1485
Offer a variety of services including:
indigent program, individual counseling, CARE program, education, re-
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ASSIST LEAGUE/UPLAND
8593 Archibald Ave.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
91730
(909) 987-2813
Three main areas of service:
(1) Operation School Bell is a
program that provides clothing for needy
children K-6th grades when
referrals are made through
the school districts. (2) Dental Program
for children K-8th grades whose parents
are not on welfare and they do not have
insurance and are low income. Referrals
are made through the school district
(3) A-LUV Program provides teddy
bears to fire and police staff to give to
victims of accidents, crimes, or trauma
who need this special service. Also ASK
(Assault Survivor Kit) Provide clothing, hygiene kits, and A-Luv Bear for
assault victims through San Antonio
Emergency Hospital.
Reach Out - West End
1126 W. Foothill Blvd., #110
Upland, C A 91786
(909) 982-8641
Programs include: Drug abuse prevention programs; PC1000 Drug Diversion
for court-ordered clients; Mentoring
program for drug abuse and pregnancy
prevention; Smoking cessation classes.
BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES
Chino, CA - Satellite Office
14125 Telephone Avenue #12
Chino, CA 91710-5771
Phone (909 )465-0057
COLTON NEIGHBORHOOD
SERVICES DEPT
670 Colton Ave.
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 370-6153
(909) 777-3351 FAX
This city office offers three different
types of services; child care, recreation program and Community Center
Activities including a senior nutrition
program. Info & referral for child care,
health care, housing and
other human services programs and
assist with translations, interpretation
and completion of forms, senior health
screening and income tax assistance
for residents of the Colton area.
Victor Valley Resource
Council
16692 Mojave Dr.,
Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 245-8592
24-hour Resource Help Line; Senior
Services Program to assist seniors
with their daily living needs and high
desert volunteer agency.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
ONLY
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY ACTION
The Department of Communty Action
addresses the root causes of poverty. It’s goal is to eliminate poverty
through a wide range of well-planned
programs and services.
The following services are offered:
*Dispute Resolution
*Contract Compliance
*Utility Assistance and
Weatherization
*Healthy Families Application
Assistance
*Notary Services
*Breast Cancer Education Services
*Mentoring
Community Action
2038 Iowa, Suite B-102
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 955-4900
Department of Public Social
Services - Riverside Co.
County Administrative Office
4060 County Circle Drive
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 358-3000
No direct services at this location. Oversees site offices, providing
residents with such services as: Child
Protective Services, Adult Protective
Services, AFDC, Food Stamps, General
Relief, G.A.I.N., Medi-Cal, adoption,
foster care, in-home supportive services, transitional child care, refugee
assistance.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY ASSESSORCOUNTY CLERK-RECORDER
4080 Lemon St., 1st Floor
Riverside, CA 92502
(951) 486-7000
http://riverside.asrclkrec.com/
WESTERN RIVERSIDE
FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION
Non-profit association dedicated to help
families with needs of all types.
Services offered:
* Clinical Services
* Community & Senior Services
* Senior Housing
* Childcare Services
* Nutrition Services
* Thrive Projects
* Transportation Services
Administrative office address:
21250 BoxSprings Rd
Suites 201 & 206
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
(951) 686-3706
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COMMUNITY ACCESS CENTER
Community Access Center (CAC) is a
community resource, advocate, and educator for Riverside County residents
with disabilities. Services include:
*Advocacy
*TEC Center
*Information & referral
*Personal Assistant referral
*Caregiver training
*Senior �Low Vision’ program
*Housing referral
*Independent Living Skills training
http://www.ilcac.org/
Riverside location
6848 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150,
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 274-0358 Voice
(951) 274-0834 TTY
Indio location
8233 Indio Blvd Suite 3
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 347-4888 Voice
(760) 347-6802 TTY
Rolling Start and Community
Access Center are the Independent
Living Centers for the Inland
Empire. These agencies are important
for IRC consumers. Their goal is to
help our consumers reaching adulthood
to live as independently as possible.
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Department of Health
Services
California Children’s
Services
(CCS)
San Bernardino County
150 E. Holt Blvd.
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 458-1637
FAX (909) 986-2970
[email protected]
Riverside County
10769 Hole Ave., Suite 220
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 358-5401
The California medical program for
treating children with physically handicapping conditions was started by the
California Legislature in 1927. Most
handicapping conditions are eligible for
benefits under the CCS program. This
tax supported program provides specialized medical care and rehabilitation for
children whose families cannot provide
all or part of the care.
CCS Program Goals
--To locate California children who may
need CCS specialized medical care
--To encourage California families with
physically handicapped children to
obtain the medical services necessary to
bring about the maximum development
of their children.
--To help California families with physically handicapped children to obtain
the medical services necessary to bring
about the maximum development of their
children
--To help California families obtain medical treatment of the child’s condition at
the time care will be most effective.
SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
FIRST 5 OF SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
330 North D St., Ste. 500
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0442
(909) 386-7706 or
1-888-9-FIRST5
First 5 San Bernardino strives to make
a positive difference in the lives of children, prenatal to age five, throughout the
county. This is primarily accomplished
through partnerships with local service
agencies to provide quality programs to
young children and their families. Other
tools or resources offered by First 5 in the
endeavor to improve early childhood include the Kelly Torres Center, the Kit for
New Parents, and our School Readiness
Initiative. Multiple programs centering
on Health Care Access, Early Child Care
& Education, & Family Supports.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
KIDS �N CARE
Assistance with locating childcare providers as well as providing guidelines to
follow when selecting child care.
Email [email protected]
San Bernardino Office
1111 East Mill St. Suite 100
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(800) 722-1091
Victorville Office
14397 Amargosa Rd.
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 245-0770
Rancho Cucamonga Office
9554 Foothill Blvd.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
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(909) 944-7432
WEST VALLEY SART
855 N. Euclid Ave.
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 983-2020
SART is an early intervention program for children ages 0-5 which provides comprehensive assessment and
treatment to improve a child’s overall
functioning.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
ASSOCIATION
Family Support Partner Program
To be eligible for a Family Support
Partner your child must be 0-5 years
and involved with Making a Difference
Association, West Valley SART program and/or the Dept. of Children Services. A Family Support Partner is an
experienced parent who understands
the system and works with families
who need additional support.
(909) 350-4895
E-mail: [email protected]
com
Family Resource Center
1535 N. Baker Ave. #2C
Ontario, CA 91764
(909) 981-5550
Family Based Services for low-income
or at risk families with a child between 0-5 years in the family. Must
reside within zip codes - 91764, 91762,
91761, 91730 and 91786. Services
include crisis referrals, home visits,
counseling, etc.
Kidship
1720 Mountain View Ave.
Loma Linda, CA 92354
(909) 796-3312
Brings together children of all abilities
-- children with medical conditions,
children with developmental delay and
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children with no disabilities.
First Step Child
Development Center
821 Sun Avenue
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 793-7856
Redlands Day Nursery
1222 Indiana Ct.
Redlands, CA
(909) 792-9717
1041 E. Brockton Ave.
Redlands, CA
(909) 792-2463
Baker Family Child Care
812 Stillman
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 798-6526
Lic# 364811525
Teddy Bear Tymes Child Care
900 E. Gilbert, Bldg. 8
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-0552
Administrator: Linda Drew
Christ the King Child Care
10505 Ford St.
Redlands, CA
(909) 793-8722
(909) 387-0561(Fax)
Administrator: Kathy Standley
S.H.U. Project Redirect
Child
Development Center
1548 N. Orange
Redlands, CA
(909) 798-4033
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Southern Riverside County
Family Day Care Association
(951) 678-0100
Private association which provides
child care referrals to licensed family
day care homes in Temecula, Murrieta, Sun City, Menifee, Wildomar, and
Lake Elsinore.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
PROJECT K.I.N.D.
Project K.I.N.D. was created to provide free health care to children, ages
5-17, with acute illnesses who do not
qualify for Medi-Cal and who have no
health insurance. Currently Riverside,
Alvord, Beaumont, Corona-Norco,
Jurupa, and Moreno Valley School
Districts participate in the program.
For information, please call the Project
K.I.N.D. office at (951) 686-3342.
FIRST 5 RIVERSIDE
2002 Iowa Ave, Suite 100
Riverside, CA 92507-2423
(951) 248-0014
Toll Free: (800) 266-3880
TDD: (951) 321-0063
E-mail: [email protected]
First 5 Riverside invests in partnerships that deliver results in these
areas: physical health, social-emotional health, cognitive development, a
stable home environment, and schools
that are ready. Programs center on
affordable child care, early education
and health care
Carolyn E. Wylie Center for
Children, Youth & Families
(formerly Children’s
Center)
4164 Brockton Ave.
(1st floor)
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 683-5193
The Wylie Center is a large multiservice center now serving over 450
children, youth, and families each year
through its programs and services.
Serving the Inland Empire, we provide the highest quality educational
programs and therapeutic services
to meet the needs, goals and hopes of
individuals with special learning, emotional and developmental needs.
--State Certified Non-Public School
--Licensed Preschool and Day Care by
California State Department of
Social Services
--Sensory-Motor and Allied Health
Therapies
--Mental Health Services
CALIFORNIA FAMILY LIFE
CENTER
930 N. State St.
Hemet, CA
(951) 765-0917
Serving Hemet, San Jacinto, Banning/
Beaumont & Quail Valley. Programs
for children of abuse, i.e,, Youth
Homes, Job Training, Foster Families
and Kin Care.
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Kids Care Club
Low cost drop in child care facility
Developmentally disabled children
welcome!
40665 Winchester Rd, Ste 8
Temecula CA 92591
(951) 296-9456
FIRST STEP CHILD
DEVELOPMENT CENTER
10510 Hole Ave
Riverside CA 92501
(951) 689-2811
Kids Unlimited Children’s
Center
4655 Texas Ave.
Riverside, CA 92540
(951) 785-9001
Child Development Center
Mt. San Jacinto Community
College
1499 North State Street
San Jacinto, CA
(951) 487-6752 ext.1480
Menifee Valley Campus
28237 La Piedra Rd.
Menifee, CA 92584
(951) 672-6752
BUILDING LOVING HANDS
4550 La Sierra Ave.
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 351-4340
Community resource for child care
and respite. Accepts all children from
2ВЅ to 14 years of age, and encourages families who have children with
disabilities to be enrolled. Also plans
special events, such as Kids Movie
Night and arts & crafts for children
and their families.
Web site: www.buildinglovinghands.
com
Early Childhood Studies
Riverside Community
College
4800 Magnolia Ave
Riverside, CA
(951) 222-8068
(951) 222-8690 Fax
Child Development Center
Riverside Community
College (Moreno Valley
Campus)
16130 Lasselle St.
Moreno Valley, CA
(951) 571-6214
(951) 601-6404 FAX
Child Time Children’s
Center
14700 Perris Blvd.
Moreno Valley, CA
(951) 242-0707
(951) 242-6835 FAX
San Gorgonio Child Care
Consortium
P.O. Box 1629
Banning, CA
(951) 849-2930
(951) 849-2262 FAX
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The Growing Place
4259 Jurupa Ave
Riverside, CA
(951) 686-8134
(951) 684-5437 FAX
Trustline
For trustworthy caregivers call...
(800) 822-8490
Story Land Preschool
11480 West Drive
Desert Hot Springs, CA
(760) 329-2954
(760) 329-2954 FAX
Temple Beth El Child
Development Cneter
2675 Central Ave
Riverside, CA
(951) 682-7282
(951) 682-9459 FAX
LEAPS AND BOUNDS PEDIATRIC
THERAPY
343 6th Street, Unit L
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 235-7456
Pediatric physical therapy provider.
Web Site:
http://www.leapsandboundspediatricpt.
com/
EDUCATION 1ST
Corona, CA
Provides tutoring services for students
with special needs from preschool to
college.
1-800-736-2734
Web site: www.educationfirst.vpweb.
com
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Fair Housing Council/
Riverside Co.
3933 Mission Inn Avenue
P.O. Box 1068
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 682-6581
(951) 682-0262 FAX
Accepts discrimination complaints and
offers info regarding landlord and tenant issues. Accepts, investigates and
mediates disputes.
Walk-in or call. F/T staff speak Spanish. Services are free.
Riverside County District
Attorney/Juvenile Division
Juvenile Division
9991 County Farm Road
Riverside, Ca 92503
(951) 358-4140
(951) 358-4497 FAX
Riverside County District
Attorney/Main
Main Office
4075 Main St., 1st Fl
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 955-5400
(951) 955-0196(Fax)
Victim-Witness Assistance
Riverside County District
Attorney
4075 Main Street
Riverside, CA 92501-3707
(951) 955-5450
(951) 955-5640 FAX
Crisis intervention, emergency assistance information & referral, court
support and assistance in filing for
victim of crime compensation. Spanish spoken. Services are free.
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Legal Aid
(951) 328-3131
609 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92506
Personal injury, divorce, family law,
criminal matters, eviction, all other
legal matters.
Public Defender/Riverside County
4200 Orange
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 955-6000
(951) 955- 6025
BOTH SAN BERNARDINO
AND RIVERSIDE
COUNTIES
Office of Clients Rights
Advocacy (IRC)
Disability Rights California
1585 South “D” Street, Suite 206
San Bernardino CA 92408
(909) 383-1133
Works in partnership with people with
disabilities - to protect, advocate for,
and advance their human, legal and
service rights.
Southern California Legal Office
3580 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 902
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(213) 427-8747
Catholic Charities/Refugee
and Immigration Progams
Refugee and Immigration
1450 N. “D” Street
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 388-1243
Assistance with preparation of applications for residency and low cost
SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
Legal Aid Society/San
Bernardino
354 W. 6th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 889-7328
This agency provides free legal advice
to low income persons. It also assists
with the paperwork for those clients
who represent themselves. For paper
work assistance arrive at 8:15 a.m.
Only the first 50 people each day are
seen (so arrive early). Clients only.
Attorney interviews 1st & 3rd Wed.
each month at 4:30 p.m.
Services are free.
Inland Counties Legal
Services/San Bernardino
715 N. Arrowhead Ave. Ste 113
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 884-8615
1-800-677-4257
ICLS provides free legal assistance
to people in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties who cannot afford a
lawyer. They assist low income people
in certain areas of civil (non-criminal)
law. Provide consultation and advice,
preparation of documents and court
papers, and representation in court in
administrative hearing’s in the following areas: family law, housing, and
citizenship.
Spanish Spoken. Services are free to
eligible low income and needy senior
citizens age 60 and older.
San Bernardino County
Public Defender
364 N. Mountain View Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-8373
Provides defense by attorney’s for
persons accused of a crime and who
are unable financially to provide their
own attorney. Public Defenders are
appointed by a court judge.
Inland Counties Legal
Services
570 W. 4th St, Ste 104
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 884-8615
Legal advice by appointment.
Public Defender-San
Bernardino County
Juvenile Division
730 E. Gilbert
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-2020
Represents juveniles, 18 years or
younger in Juvenile Court.
San Bernardino County Bar
Association
Lawyer Referral Services
555 N. Arrowhead
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 888-6791
Lawyer referral service.
San Bernardino County
District Attorney
Child Support Division
10565 Civic Center Dr., Ste 250
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 987-9984
1950 Sunwest Lane, Ste 200
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 381-8187
(909) 387-8405 FAX
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Represents the interest of minor’s by:
(1) determining who the parents are
(2) locating a child’s parents for the
purpose of establishing child support and/or paternity (3) establishing
and enforcing a child support order;
collecting child and spousal support
payments.
San Bernardino County District Attorney
Juvenile Division Office
900 E. Gilbert
San Bernardino, CA 92404
(909) 387-6979
Primarily responsible for criminal
juvenile cases.
Small Claims Court
Advisory Program and
Center for Dispute
Resolution
303 W 3rd St
Lowerlevel
San Bernardino, CA 92414
(909) 382-3650
Advice and assistance in filling out
paperwork for small claims court.
West End Legal Aid Clinic
10601 Clivic Center Drive Ste 260
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 977-4257
Referrals to legal aid clinics.
Western San Bernardino
County Bar Association
Lawyer Referral Service
10532 Acacia, #B-10
(909) 945-2980
Referrals to local attorneys.
Victim Witness Assistance
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San Bernardino County
District Attorney
8303 Haven Ave.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 989-0056
Crisis intervention emergency assistance information and referral, court
support and assistance in filing for
victim of crime compensation.
Inland Fair Housing and
Mediation Board
60 E 9th St Ste 100
Upland CA 91787
(800) 321-0911
(909) 984-2254 Ontario
560 N. Arrowhead
(909) 888-3763 San Bernardino
This board handles disputes in housing and transportation
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Riverside County Bar
Association
4129 Main St. Suite 100
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 682-1015
(951) 682-0106
Lawyer referral service.
Dispute Resolution Center
Riverside Co. Dept of Comm
Action
2038 Iowa Ave. Ste B-102
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 955-4903
(951) 955-6506 FAX
Mediates disputes for a wide range of
issues including: Landlord & Tenant,
Consumer & Business, sibling, parent
& child, employment, etc. Low cost
mediation services are available to the
county’s low income residents.
Also call (800) 511-1110
document preparation.
Services include: completion of forms,
talking pictures, follow up and inquiry
with INS for pending application. Staff
speaks: English, Spanish,
Chinese, and Vietnamese
Developmental Disabilities
Area Board #12
650 E. Hospitality Ln., Ste. 280
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(800) 962-8073
Protect and advocates the rights of all
persons with developmental disabilities.
(Including AIDS and HIV diagnosis)
or national origin. In employment,
harassment, or discrimination are also
prohibited on the basis of age (40 and
over), marital status, medical condition, pregnancy and denial of Medical,
family care, or pregnacy leave. Investigates Ralph Act (hate crimes).
Also call (909) 383-4373.
Western Law Center on
Disability Rights
P.O. Box 19206
San Bernardino, CA 92423-9026
(909) 890-2000
[email protected]
The center can assist you with Civil
Rights litigation, ADA compliance
issues, education and outreach. The
headquarters of the Western Law
Center on Disability Rights is located
at 919 South Albany St., Los Angeles,
CA 90015, (213) 736-8366.
Inland Counties Legal
1040 Iowa Ave Ste 109
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 368-2555
(951) 368-2550
ICLS provides legal assistance to
people in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties who cannot afford a
lawyer. Assist low income people in
certain areas of civil (non-criminal)
law. Provides consultation and advice
preparation of documents and court
papers and representation in court or
before administrative hearings in the
following areas: family law, housing
and citizenship. Full time staff speak
Spanish. Services are free, to eligible
low income and needy senior citizens
age 60+.
Fair Employment and
Housing
ComplaintsDiscrimination/
Employment/Housing
1845 S. Business Ctr Dr. Ste 127
San Bernardino, CA 92408-3426
(800) 884-1684
Investigates complaints of harassment or discrimination of employment,
housing, public accommodations and
services based on race, color, ancestry, religious creed, sex, disability
TODEC Legal Center
234 South �D’ St
Perris, CA 92570
(951) 943-1955 or
(800) 778-3713
http://www.todec.org
Able to assist individuals with a disability to understand Social Security
and medical coverage to reach their
goal of going to work with the least
amount of interruption of income and
health insurance. All services are
free.
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Inland Empire Latino
Lawyers
2060 University Ave. Ste. 113
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 369-3009
(951) 369-6211 FAX
One on one consultation with attorneys, prep of court documents. Assist
low income families on such issues
as minor custody, divorces, civil summons, restraining orders, etc.
Spanish spoken. Sliding scale. Sign-in
for legal clinics on Mon. 3 p.m.-4 p.m.
in Colton, Wed, 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. in
Riverside.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court
3420 12th Street Ste 125
Riverside, CA 92501-3819
(951) 774-1000
California Attorney
General’s Office
Public Inquiry Unit
PO Box 944255
Sacramento, CA 94244-2550
(800) 952-5225
Responds to written and phone inquiries and complaints concerning violations of the law.
Victims of Crime Program
Inland Empire
(909) 387-6583
(Verification unit)
Provides reimbursement to qualified
victims of crimes for expenses that occurred as a result of the crime.
California Rural Legal
Assistance Foundation
2000 “O” St, Ste 240
Sacramento, CA 95814
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(916) 446-7904 ext. 15
Info and referral on immigration
issues and referral service to other
agencies.
California State Bar
Association
Office of Public Education
555 Franklin St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 561-8250
(800) 843-9053 (attorney complaints)
Refer to lawyers in local area 800
hotline for complaints about lawyer.
Child Advocacy Program
Inc
555 N. D ST Ste 100
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 881-6760
(909) 881-6764 FAX
Support system of volunteers who
serve as guardians through the juvenile court system and represent
abused, neglected or sexually molested
children.
Inland AIDS Project (IAP)
RIVERSIDE
3767 Elizabeth Street
Riverside, California 92506
951-346-1910
951-369-6514 FAX
SAN BERNARDINO
1374 North Waterman
San Bernardino, California 92404
(951)346-1910
(909)380-7127 FAX
HESPERIA
18347 Madrone Street
Hesperia, California 92345
760-947-5577
760-947-0577 FAX
Legal assistance for low income person
with AIDS.
Information and referrals for counseling, treatment and legal help for
victims of violent crimes.
Inland Counties Legal
Services
10601 Civic Center Dr, Ste 260
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 980-0982
(909) 980-4871Fax
Also serves Montclair. Legal advice by
appointment.
Professional Advocates for
Special Students &
Immigration Disputes
82632 Highway 111, Suite A3
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 347-5779 fax (760) 347-6449
Contact: Gary Finn, Esq
Spanish Speaking Staff
Inland Counties Legal
Services
14196 Amargosa Rd, Ste K
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 241-7073
Legal advice by appointment.
Tel-Law
(909) 369-3563
(951) 369-3563
24 hour hotline of recorded message information on adoption, taxes, marriage,
divorce, jury duty, immigration, hiring and attorney, consumer issues, etc.
Must obtain subject’s phone code form
Internet. You can do this by searching
the” Tel Law Riverside”
Victims of Crime
Resource Center
3200 5th Ave
Sacramento, CA 95817
(800) 842-8467
Local San Bernardino Office
(909) 387-6583
www.1800victims.org
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RIVERSIDE AND SAN
BERNARDINO
COUNTIES
Consumer Advisory
Committee of the Inland
Regional Center
(909) 890-4775
Patricia Harrold, facilitator
The C.A.C. is a self-advocacy group
for people with developmental disabilities. The purpose of the C.A.C.
is to advise the Director of Inland
Regional Center and his/her staff on
issues involving policies, programs,
legislation, and regulations that effect the delivery of services and supports to consumers in Riverside and
San Bernardino Counties.
PEOPLE FIRST OF
CALIFORNIA
Currently, most of the established People First chapters are located in Northern California or San Diego. People
First was created to inform and support
local chapters so that all people with
developmental disabilities are able to
speak for ourselves, know their rights
and responsibilities, and are respected,
valued members of the community.
(adopted August 8, 1994)
Web Site: www.peoplefirstca.org
(916) 552-6625
E-mail: [email protected]
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INDEPENDENT LIVING
CENTERS
Community Access Center
6848 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150,
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 274-0358 Voice* (
951) 274-0834 TTY *
Assist people with disabilities in living independently in the community.
Indio: Community Access Center
81-730 Hwy 111, Suite 2
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 347-4888 Voice
(760) 347-6802 TTY
Rolling Start Center for
Independent Living
570 W. 4th St., Ste. 107
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 884-2129
TDD: (909) 884-7396
High Desert
15400 Cholame Rd, Ste B,
Victorville CA 92392
(760) 843-7959
Personal Assistant Referral, Housing Information, Systems and Individual Advocacy,
Peer Counseling, Information and Referral,
and Independent Living Skills Training.
Recently Assistive Technology Services has
also been added as a very important component to assist persons with disabilities.
CRISIS HOTLINES:
Riverside area (951) 358-4881
(24 hrs - 7 days a week)
Desert region (760) 863-8455
(7 days a week -- 8 am - midnight)
Riverside County Mental Health is
comprised of three major programs:
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, SUBSTANCE ABUSE CONTROL SERVICES, and PUBLIC GUARDIAN.
This section of the manual applies
only to Aging & Older Adult Services,
Children Services and Substance
Abuse Program.
The Mental Health Department has
been divided into geographic regions.
DESERT REGIONAL MENTAL
HEALTH covers Beaumont to Blythe
and south to the Salton Sea and Thermal. Services might vary from one
location to another. The Desert Region
offers the following:
ACES (Assessment, Crisis & Evaluation Services): ACES is a group
of Mental Health professionals who
work together to provide the following services: Chemical Dependency
Screening, Intake, Crisis Intervention,
Information & Referral, Psychiatric
Emergency Treatment.
(760) 863-8595 Se Habla Espanol
variety of services and supports:
Banning Mental Health Services
1330 W. Ramsey St., Suite 100
Banning, CA 92220
(951) 849-7142
(951) 849-1762 fax
Cathedral Canyon Clinic
68-615 Perez Rd., Suite 6A
Cathedral City, CA 92234
(760) 770-2222 Se Habla Espanol
(760) 770-2249
Indio Mental Health Clinic
47-825 Oasis St.
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 863-8455
Se Habla Espanol
760) 863 -8587 fax
Older Adult Services
47-825 Oasis St.
Indio, CA 92201
24-Hour Crisis Line
(760) 863-8455
Se Habla Espanol
(760) 863 -8587 fax
Blythe Mental Health Services
1297 W. Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 921-5000 Se Habla Espanol
(760) 921-5002 fax
The following outpatient clinics offer a
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Children & Adolescent Services Blythe
1297 W. Hobsonway
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 921-5000
Se Habla Espanol
(760) 921-5002 fax
(951) 487-2674
ol
MID-COUNTY REGIONAL MENTAL HEALTH covers from Homeland
to Mountain Center and south to Temecula. Services might vary from one
location to another. The Mid-County
Region offers the following:
Temecula Mental Health Services
41002 County Center Dr., Bldg B,
Suite 320
Temecula, CA 92591
(951) 600-6355
Se Habla Espanol
Hemet Mental Health Services
650 N. State St.
Hemet, CA 92543
(951) 791-3300
Se Habla Espanol
WESTERN REGION MENTAL
HEALTH covers from Moreno Valley
to the City of Riverside and west to
Corona/Norco. Services might vary
from one location to another. The
Western Region offers the following:
Mt. San Jacinto Vocational/Educational Services Program
950 Ramona Blvd., Suite 3
San Jacinto, CA 92582
(951) 487-2686
Se Habla Espanol
The Vocational Program assists clients
to obtain and retain gainful employment.
Older Adult Services
1688 N. Perris Blvd., Suites L7-L11
Perris, CA 92571
(951) 443-2200
Se Habla Espanol
and
41002 County Center Dr., Bldg B,
Suite 320
Temecula, CA 92591
(951) 600-6355
Se Habla Espanol
Mt. San Jacinto Children’s Services
950 Ramona Blvd., Suite 2
San Jacinto, CA 92582
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Se Habla Espan-
Perris Mental Health Services
1688 N. Perris Blvd., Suites L7-L11
Perris, CA 92571
(951) 443-2200
Se Habla Espanol
Adult Mental Health Services Blaine Clinic
769 Blaine St., Suite B
(cross street Watkins: Bus Route 1)
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 358-4705 Se Habla Espanol
Older Adult Services
769 Blaine St., Suite B
(cross street Watkins: Bus Route 1)
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 358-5370 Se Habla Espanol
Adult Mental Health Services Central Clinic
Tyler Village Wellness and Recovery
Clinic for Mature Adults
10182 Indiana Avenue
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 509-2400
Jefferson Wellness Center
1827 Atlanta Ave., Suite D-3
(cross street Spruce:
Bus Routes 1, 3 & 13)
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 955-8000
Se Habla Espanol
The Wellness Center programs include
Transition Age Youth Services, Vocational
Services Program, Intensive Group Support Program, Socialization Program and
Benefit Assistance Program.
The ISF clinic serves children and adolescents who are at risk of moving into
a higher level of placement (i.e., moving
from family home to foster care).
Adults System of Care
6355 Riverside Dr. (cross street Central:
Bus Routes 1 & 10)
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 369-5714
Se Habla Espanol
Specialized outreach and case management services for chronically homeless,
adults, older adults and veterans with a
serious mental illness.
Wraparound Services
4095 County Circle Dr.
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 358-5862
Se Habla Espanol
A community program whereby the Department of Social Services, Probation
and Mental Health plus Public Health
join together to deliver coordinated, highly
individualized services.
Children’s Treatment Services
9990 County Farm Rd., Suite 5
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 358-4840
Se Habla Espanol
Family, Adolescent, and Children’s
Treatment of Corona (FACT)
1195 Magnolia Ave.
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 273-0608
Se Habla Espanol
Interagency Services for Families
(ISF)
9990 County Farm Rd.
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 358-4859
Se Habla Espanol
Moreno Valley Children’s Interagency Program (CHIPS)
23119 Cottonwood Ave.,
Bldg A., Suite 110
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
(909) 413-5678
Se Habla Espanol
A CalWORKs Mental Health Service
counselor is located at every office
throughout the County. They are
headquartered at:
CalWORKs Mental Health Service
1827 Atlanta Ave, Suite D1
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 955-2169
Se Habla Espanol
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RIVERSIDE COUNTY 2-1-1
Volunteer Center/Riverside Co.
P.O. Box 5376
Riverside, CA 92517
From home dial 2-1-1 or away from home
(800) 464-1123 (Info/Ref) for help accessing family services, disability services,
legal referrals, consumer assistance, counseling or basic life needs.
Crisis and Suicide Intervention -- Direct
dial (951) 686-4357 or (951) 686-HELP for
24 hour crisis/suicide intervention hotline
staffed by trained volunteers. Speakers
promote community awareness and education for suicide prevention.
Family Service Association of
Western Riverside County
Central Office-Administrative Svcs
21250 Box Springs Road, #212
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
(951) 686-1096
Web site: http://www.familyservicerivca.
org
Full service marriage, family, child, individual and group counseling.
Mental Health Clinical Offices
La Sierra Clinic
11290 Pierce Street
Riverside, CA 92505
951.509.8733
Moreno Valley Clinic
21250 Box Springs Road #106
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
951.369-8036
Riverside Area Rape Crisis
Center
1845 Chicago Ave., Suite A
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 686-7273 (24 hours)
(866) 686-7273 for southwest county callers
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Offer free crisis line, and referral information to Counseling Services, Support
Groups, Police resources, Child Protective
Services (CPS), Elder Abuse Reporting,
Health resources, Pregnancy resources,
HIV testing, Shelters/Food, Legal services, Sexual Harassment, Domestic Violence services, Teen hotlines,
Hospitals and medical centers, Substance
abuse services
ADM REQ: victim of sexual assault, family member of significant other.
Wait: none, walk-in or call
Services are free and confidential.
Sexual Assault Services/
Coachella Valley
74-333 Highway 111 Suite 204
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(800) 656-4673 Hotline
(760) 568-9071 (24 hours)
Offer free crisis line, hospital, court, law
enforcement, accompaniment, info & referral, follow up, community education.
ADM REQ: victim of sexual assault, family member of significant other.
Wait: none, walk-in or call
Services are free and confidential.
Southwest Center Against
Sexual Assault
P.O. Box 2564
Hemet, CA 92546
(866) 373-8300 (24 hours)
Assisting sexual assault survivors and
their significant others through crisis
counseling, advocacy and support groups;
educating the community on sexual assault issues, including prevention techniques and referral resources
ADM REQ: victim of sexual assault, family member of significant other.
Wait: none, walk-in or call
Services are free and confidential.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Caritas Counseling Services
Provides professional individual, family,
group counseling, parent education services, and family enrichment programs. Professional counseling services are provided
by licensed therapists and supervised
pre-licensed therapists.
Riverside Center
4888 Jones Ave.
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 801-5282
Full service branch serving metropolitan
Riverside and outlying areas.
Dept. of Psychology, California State University
5500 State University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407
(909) 537-5569
Graduate students in 2-year M.S. counseling psychology program; provides longterm individual psycho-therapy at low
cost. Student therapists are supervised by
Ph.D. level psychologists on CSUSB faculty. Program serves clients who are not
suicidal, psychotic or drug addicted.
ADM REQ: not suicidal, abusive, drug
dependent or violent.
P/T staff speak Spanish.
Inland Valleys Center
21250 Box Springs Road, Suite 206
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
(951) 801-5282
Full service branch serving the cities and
surrounding communities of Moreno Valley, Riverside, Perris, Hemet, San Jacinto,
Sun City, Corona, Lake Elsinore, Temecula, Banning, Beaumont, and Cherry
Valley.
Coachella Valley Center
81-626 Highway 111
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 449-7877
Full service branch serving the Coachella
Valley.
Community Counseling
Center/ Cal-State San
Bernardino
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CRISIS WALK-IN CENTERS
Central Valley Region
Behavioral Health Resource Center
Central Triage Services
850 E. Foothill Blvd.
Rialto, CA 92376
PHONE: (909) 421-9200
WALK-IN HOURS, Weekdays, 8 a.m. to
8:30 p.m.
CITIES SERVED: Grand Terrace, Colton,
West San Bernardino, Rialto
Between the hours of 5:00 p.m and 8:30
p.m. ALL AREAS SERVED>
Vista Counseling
17216 Slover Ave., Bldg. L
Fontana, CA 92337
PHONE: (909) 854-3420
WALK-IN HOURS: Weekdays, 9 a.m. - 2
p.m.
CITIES SERVED: Fontana and Bloomington
Crisis/Urgent services available during
regular clinic hours (8-5, Mon-Fri).
EAST VALLEY REGION
East Valley Resource Center
Children Only
820 E. Gilbert St.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
PHONE: 909.387.7200
WALK-IN HOURS: Mon.-Wed, 8 am – 3 pm
CITIES SERVED: San Bernardino, Loma
Linda, Highland, Grand Terrace, Redlands,
Yucaipa, and all Mountain Communities
except Big Bear.
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Phoenix Adult Clinic
Adults Only
700 E. Gilbert St., Bldg. #4
San Bernardino, CA 92415
PHONE:(909) 387-7000
WALK-IN HOURS: Weekdays: 8 a.m. - 4
pm,
CITIES SERVED: San Bernardino, Loma
Linda, Highland, Grand Terrace, Redlands,
Yucaipa, and all Mountain Communities
except Big Bear.
WEST VALLEY REGION
Upland Community Counseling
934 N. Mountain Ave., Suite C
Upland, CA 91786
PHONE: 909.579.8100
WALK-IN HOURS: Weekdays, 9 a.m.- 2
p.m.
CITIES SERVED: Upland, Ontario, Chino,
Rancho Cucamonga, and Montclair.
Desert Area Region
Victor Valley Behavioral Health Center
12625 Hesperia Rd.
Victorville, CA 92392
PHONE: 760.955.1777
WALK-IN, HOURS: Weekdays, 8 am – 3
pm
CITIES SERVED: Victorville, Hesperia,
Apple Valley, Adelanto, Lucerne Valley,
Phelan and Barstow.
EXTENDED HOURS CLINIC FOR
ADULTS AND CHILDREN
850 E. Foothill Blvd.
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 421-9342
Hours: Weeknights, 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
For emergencies when we are closed,
please call the Access line at (888)
743-1478. You will be referred to other
emergency services available.
Chino, Chino Hills, Etiwanda
CRISIS CHILDREN SERVICES
Morongo Basin Region Pager 760-2932018 Serving the communities of Yucca
Valley, Morongo Basin, 29 Palms
Children’s Crisis Response Team
The Children’s Crisis Response Team will
o Provide crisis intervention where the child
is located.
o Evaluate children for danger to self and/
or others.
o Facilitate locating psychiatric hospital bed
if needed.
o Provide transportation to psychiatric
hospital if it can be done safely and child is
appropriate for transportation.
o Provide follow-up services to link child
and family to mental health services.
o Work with child and caretakers to develop
safety and crisis plans.
PLEASE CALL THE TEAM DURING
REGULAR HOURS TO CONSULT WITH
THEM WITH ANY QUESTIONS AND REFERRALS.
East Valley M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
(909) 421-9233
West Valley M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
(909) 579-8115
High Desert M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
(760) 245-6698
Morongo Basin M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
(760) 228-5329
EMERGENCY PAGERS:
East Valley Region Pager 909-420-0560
Serving the communities of San Bernardino, Highland, Yucaipa, Rialto, Bloomington,
Colton
West Valley Region Pager 909-535-1316
Serving the communities of Fontana,
Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Montclair,
High Desert Region Pager 760-734-8093
Serving the communities of Hesperia, Victorville, Adelanto, Oak Hills, Phelan
NON-CRISIS SERVICES
Access Unit
700 E. Gilbert St.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 381-2420
1(888) 743-1478
1(888) 743-1481 [TDD]
Bilingual Spanish/TDD locations
Access to All Languages
24 hours a day/7days a week
Provides screenings and referrals to the
entire system of care including Fee-for-Service, Contract and Department of Behavioral Health providers.
ADULT SERVICES
Adult Residential Services Clinic (ARS)
850 E. Foothill Blvd
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 421-9495
Adult Residential Services arranges placement and provides case management services for mentally ill consumers who require
higher and more structured levels of care
following hospitalization.
Conservatorship Investigation Unit
850 E. Foothill Blvd
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 421-9380
The Conservatorship Unit evaluates individuals referred for a Lanterman-PetrisShort (LPS) conservatorship and prepares
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all legal documents for court proceedings.
Employment Services Program
237 W. Mill St.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
( 909)-388-4198.
The mission of this program is to assist
mental health consumers in acquiring full
or part time employment working in conjunction with the State’s Department of
Rehabilitation (DR).
Housing Program
237 W. Mills St.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909)388-4178 or (909)388-4198.
Working in conjunction with the county’s
Housing Authority, DBH’s Housing program provides mental health services and
long term permanent housing for homeless
mentally ill or mentally ill/substance abuse
clients.
Mentally ill Homeless Program
(Limited availability for only 30 days)
237 W. Mill Street
San Bernardino, Ca. 92408
(909) 388-4133
Provides basic needs (food, housing, clothing), case management, employment, and
outreach services to homeless mentally ill
adults in San Bernardino County.
ONE STOP TAY CENTER
700 E. Gilbert St., Bldg 4
San Bernardino One Stop TAY Center
(909) 387-7194
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri
8:00 AM — 5:00 PM
Established for youth who are getting ready
to or who have already emancipated from
Foster Care, Group Homes, Juvenile Hall,
and/or youth from the community.
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West End One Stop TAY Center
9047 Arrow Route Suite 170
Rancho Cucamonga 91730
(877) 760-0770
High Desert One Stop TAY Center
14360 St. Andrews Drive, Suite 11
Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 245-4695
Morongo One Stop TAY Center
58945 Business Center Dr #D
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
(760) 228-9657
OUTPATIENT SERVICES
CENTRAL VALLEY REGION
(Bloomington, Colton, Fontana, Rialto,
West San Bernardino)
Mesa Counseling Center
850 E. Foothill Blvd.
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 421-9301
Nueva Vida
290 N. 10th St., Suite 102
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 825-6188
Vista Counseling Center
17216 Slover Ave., Bldg. L
Fontana, CA 92410
(909) 854-3420
EAST VALLEY REGION
(San Bernardino, Grand Terrace, Highland,
Loma Linda, Redlands, Yucaipa)
Boys & Girls Club Clinic
1180 W. 9th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92411
PHONE: (909) 386-4515
(909)388-9191
EMQ Children & Family Services
572 N. Arrowhead Ave., #200
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909)266-2700
ast Valley- Charlee
440 Cajon St.
Redlands, CA 92373
(909)307-5777
Valley Counseling Center
34324 Yucaipa Blvd., Suite B
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 790-1300
Valley Star EPSDT
1585 S. D St.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909)388-2222
East Valley Resource Center
820 E. Gilbert St.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909)387-7200
WEST VALLEY REGION
(Alta Loma, Chino, Montclair, Ontario,
Rancho Cucamonga, Upland)
FSA Alternative Choices
216 W. Sixth St.
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909)888-4440
Chino Multiple Diagnosis Clinic
6180 Riverside Dr., Suite H
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 590-5355 Fax (909) 590-5333
North Valley Schools
2915 N. Little Mountain Dr.
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909)886-1691
Pacific Clinics-Ontario
337 N. Vineyard Ave., #320
Ontario, CA 91764
(909)605-0514
RYGCA-Redlands
1323 W Colton Ave., Suite 105
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 798-6504
Upland Community Counseling
934 N. Mountain Ave., Suite C
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 579-8100
RYGCA-Yucaipa
35225 Avenue A, #101
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909)790-0210
West End Family Counseling
855 N. Euclid St.
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 983-2020
San Bernardino FICS-EPSDT
1908 S. Business Center Dr.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909)890-5930
DESERT AREA REGION
(Apple Valley, Crestline, Hesperia, Needles,
Phelan, Trona, Twenty-nine Palms, Victorville, Yucca Valley)
Telecare San Bernardino-ACT
423 Mackay Dr.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Barstow Counseling Center
805 E. Mt. View Avenue
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-5026
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Desert Mountain Children’s Center
(760) 552-6700
Three locations:
17800 Highway 18
Apple Valley, CA 92307
58967 Business Center Drive,
Suites C & D
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
42007 Fox Farm Road, Suite 2A
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Lucerne Valley Clinic
32700 Old Woman Springs Rd.
P. O. Box 2025
Lucerne Valley, CA 92356
(760) 248-6612
Needles Clinic
1300 Bailer St.
Needles, CA 92363
(760) 326-9313
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Trona Behavioral Health Clinic
13207 Market St.
Trona, CA 93562
(760) 372-5081
VCSS Desert Mountain FICS
14360 Saint Andrew Dr., #11
Victorville, CA 92392
(760)245-4695
Victor Valley Behavioral Health Center
12625 Hesperia Rd.
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 955-1777
High Desert Perinatal
11951 Hesperia Road
Hesperia Ca 92345
(760) 956-6780
Community Counseling
Center/
Cal-State San Bernardino
Dept. of Psychology
California State University
5500 State University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407
(909) 537-5569
Graduate students in 2-year M.S. counseling psychology program; provides longterm individual psycho-therapy at low
cost. Student therapists are supervised by
Ph.D. level psychologists on CSUSB faculty. Program serves clients who are not
suicidal, psychotic or drug addicted.
ADM REQ: not suicidal, abusive, drug
dependent or violent.
P/T staff speak Spanish.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Professional Counseling Programs
1441 N. �D’ St.
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 763-4970
Provides professional individual, family,
group counseling, parent education services, and family enrichment programs, Professional counseling services are provided
by licensed therapists and supervised
pre-licensed therapists.
High Desert
16051 Kasota Rd., Suite 700
Apple Valley, CA 92307
(760) 989-4090
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES
Provides 24 hour crisis intervention &
counseling for survivors of rape/Sexual
Assault. County offices are:
San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services
444 N. Arrowhead Ave., Suite 101
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1221
(909) 885-8884
Redlands Sexual Assault Service 30 Cajon Street Redlands, CA 92373 (909) 335-8777
Yucaipa Outreach 34282 Yucaipa Blvd. Yucaipa, CA 92399 (909) 790-9374
Victorville Sexual Assault Services
15437 Anacapa Road Suite #8
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 952-0041
Morongo Basin Sexual Assault Services
87382 29 Palms Highway
Yucca Valley CA 92284
(760) 369-3353
Bilingual Family Counseling
317 W. “F” St.
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 986-7111
County funded center offering a range of
drug and alcohol abuse prevention and
treatment programs. Outpatient drug
and alcohol treatment, co-dependency
program and self-help groups.
Inland Behavioral and Health
Services
Low cost Counseling Services
1963 North “E” Street
San Bernardino 92405
(909) 881-6146
VICTOR COMMUNITY SUPPORT
SERVICES
1908 Business Center Dr., Suite 220
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 890-5930
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Primarily provide counseling services
to San Bernardino Co Medi-Cal beneficiaries. There are several program that
serve the uninsured.
THERAPEUTIC BEHAVIORAL
SERVICES
790 Via Lata, Suite 300
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 433-0445
TBS is a home and community based,
short term intensive service for children,
youth and young adults (up to age 21)
with behavioral problems. For eligibility
requirements, contact TBS directly.
Family Service Association of
Redlands
612 Lawton St.
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 793-2673
Low-income and homeless families in
the East Valley can apply for Family
Service Association programs and services. Participants must have at least one
child under age 18 in the household or be
elderly, blind or permanently disabled to
be eligible. Families without permanent
housing are eligible for application for this
comprehensive case management program
including: Counseling; Food Distribution;
Basic Life Skills; Parenting classes; Job
Training Programs; Housing Support.
Solutions Educational
Enrichment Center
1734 N. Riverside Ave, Suite 6
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 875-5222
(909) 857-6427 FAX
OLIVE BRANCH COUNSELING
CENTER
84
9033 Baseline Rd., Suite H
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 989-9030
A non-profit organization providing
mental health services to the west
end communities of San Bernardino
and Riverside counties. Fees may be
adjusted according to current income
and household size.
Web site: www.olivebranchcounseling.org
INLAND VALLEY RECOVERY
SERVICES FOR TEENS
934 N. Mountain Ave., Ste. A & B
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 949-1667, ext. 245
Youth and family counseling on sliding fee scale; 1x1 drug and alcohol
counseling at no cost
web site: www.inlandvalleyrecovery.
org
Desert Counseling Clinic,
Inc.
Searles Valley Clinic
13193 Main Street
Trona, CA 93562
(760) 372-5174
Individual, family and group counseling. Psychiatric evaluations.
Accepts: Medi-Cal, Short-Doyle and
private insurance.
Oasis Counseling Center
500 Melissa Ave.
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-0376
Outpatient counseling, individual,
couple, family, marriage dealing with
personal and family problems. Drug
and Alcohol Treatment Program and
parenting classes.
Free prevention services.
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1736 Family Crisis Center
(310) 379-3620 (24 hr hotline)
24 hour counseling and referral to resources
for battered women & children, youth &
adults.
Breast Cancer Helpline
(310) 517-4660
Special cancer nurse may provide info, resource, and referral to women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
California Aids Hotline
Trilingual Hotline (Eng, Span, Filipino)
(800) 367-2437
Hotline sponsored by San Francisco AIDS
Foundation.
California Youth Crisis Line
(800) 843-5200 (24 hrs)
24 hour Crisis Line provides intervention,
counseling, youth to parent services, phone
connections to providers and families, and
info and referrals to youth in crisis and
their families.
CDC National Aids Hotline
(English)
(800) 232-4636
24 hour hotline offering AIDS info, nationwide referrals and free literature for anyone
in the US.
CDC National Aids Hotline
(Spanish)
(800) 232-4636 (800) 344-SIDA
Provide HIV and AIDS info & referrals.
CDC National STD Information
Number
8 am to 8pm M-F
(800) 227-8922
Info & referral to clinics.
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Child Abuse Hotline
To report any actual or suspected physical
or sexual child abuse, neglect or exploitation call the numbers below:
San Bernardino County
In San Bernardino (909) 384-9233 or
Outside San Bernardino (800) 827-8724
Riverside County
In Riverside ((800) 442-4918
Outside Riverside (800)422-4453
Elder or Dependent Adult
Abuse Hotline
To report abuse to elders or dependent
adults, contact the following:
San Bernardino County
(877) 565-2020
Riverside County
(800) 491-7123
Child Find of America, Inc.
(800) 426-5678 (800) I-AM-LOST
Registering and searching for abducted
children and photo dissemination of mission
children.
Crisis Access Hotline
Family Service Agency of San Bernardino
(800) 832-9119 (24 hrs)
Hotline for all crisis, such as suicide prevention, etc.
Crisis Hotline
Desert Community Mental
Health Center
(760) 240-8255 (24 hrs)
Crisis Hotline
Volunteer Center of Riverside
County
Hotline for all crisis, such as suicide prevention, etc.
24-Hour Crisis/Suicide Intervention
Hotline:
(951) 686-HELP (4357)
Domestic Violence Hotline
Chicano Service Action Center
(800) 548-2722 (Bilingual)
24 hour informal, bilingual, referral line for
counseling and lawyers and support for battered women and children.
NATIONAL RUNAWAY
SWITCHBOARD
1 (800) RUNAWAY
Youth can call for confidential support and
referrals to service providers.
NATIONAL SAFE PLACE
A network of organizations to keep young
people off the streets. When youth text the
word SAFE and their location to the number 69866, they will receive the address of
the nearest Safe Place site.
TREVOR PROJECT
1 (866) 488-7386
The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention to lesbian,
gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning
youth.
Family Helpline
Family Service Agency of San Bernardino
(866) 475-1411
To provide information to families with
children about their child’s development,
communication, parenting skills and attachment problems. The line additionally helps
with parent/child relationship problems and
services regarding food, shelter and clothing. Services are provided in English and
Spanish.
Hours: Monday through Friday,
8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Mental Health Crisis Hotline
1-800-962-HELP (4357)
High Desert Domestic Violence
(760) 949-4357 (24hrs)
Provides Self-Esteem House shelter for battered women and their children.
Inland Aids Project
Locations
3767 Elizabeth Street
Riverside, California 92506
951-346-1910
San Bernardino,
357 West 2nd Street, Suite 16
San Bernardino, California 92401
909-888-8851
Hesperia
18347 Madrone Street
Hesperia, California 92345
760-947-5577
Case Management for HIV infected persons,
crisis counseling, individual and family
counseling, support groups for HIV affected
persons, speaker’s bureau, buddy program,
home nursing, emergency shelter, food
bank, etc.
Medicare Telephone Hotline
(800) 633-4227
General Medicare program info & reporting
Medicare fraud.
Medicare/Medicaid Complaints
(800) 633-4227
Inspector General’s Hotline to report fraud
of health and human services.
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California Highway
Information
Cal Trans
(800) 427-7623
24 hour recorded messages about
highway conditions, wind advisories,
storm conditions or other factors that
will impede travel plans.
Riverside County Info Svcs
Information Line for County Services
(951) 955-1000
Provides phone numbers and or addresses to all Riverside County operated programs.
San Bernardino County
Info Svcs
(909) 387-2020
Provides phone numbers and or addresses to any San Bernardino County
operated program or office.
Breastfeeding Hotline
(888) 451-2499
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What is Medi-Cal?
Medi-Cal is California’s name for Medicaid, the federal and state program of
medical assistance for needy and lowincome persons who are residents in
the state of California. [Contact your
local Department of Public Social Services, a state agency, for more info.]
Who can get Medi-Cal?
Even if you are working, own a house,
or are married, you may be eligible
for Medi-Cal. Medi-Cal, you must
fall into one of the following Medi-Cal
program categories:
1.) If you are aged 65 years or older,
blind, or disabled and you are getting
Supplemental Security Income/State
Supplementary (SSI/SSP), you are
automatically eligible for Medi-Cal
and will be sent a California Benefits
Identification Card (BIC). If you are
getting Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), you may also
be entitled to get Medi-Cal benefits.
2.) If you are Medically Indigent if you
are a pregnant woman with no linkage to a PA program; a refugee in the
country 12 months or less; or a person
age 21-65 in a skilled nursing facility
or intermediate care facility.
What does it mean to be “Disabled” for Medi-Cal?
To get Medi-Cal as a disabled person,
you must have severe physical and/or
mental problems which will:
* last at least 12 months in a row and,
* stop you from working during those
12 months, or
* possibly result in death.
You must be able to prove your dis-
abling physical and/or mental problems with medical records, tests, and
other medical findings.
What Property/Assets are Allowed
for Medi-Cal?
There are property/assets limits for
the Medi-Cal program. The county
looks at how much you and your family have each month. The home you
live in, furnishings, personal items,
and one motor vehicle are not counted.
A single person is allowed to keep
$2000 in property/assets, more if you
are married and/or have a family. If a
child has property/assets or if a stepparent wants Medi-Cal for a stepchild,
other rules may apply.
What to have when applying for
Medi-Cal
When applying for Medi-Cal, you
should be able to bring in the following:
1.) You must be a resident of California in order to get Medi-Cal.
2.) Social Security card(s).
3.) Medicare card(s).
4.) Naturalization document(s).
5.) Pregnancy verification.
6.) Income verification.
You may apply without the proof,
but you will have to give it within a
few days. If you cannot get the proof
yourself, ask your eligibility worker to
help you.
Physician Referral Hotline
(909)887-1350
Specialist Referral Hotline
(800) 464-1123
Dental Referral Hotline
(909) 370-2112
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WE CARE DENTAL CLINIC
42-900 Bob Hope Dr., Suite 111
Rancho Mirage
Formed to provide vital dental care to
adult consumers of IRC.
Call for referral: (760) 565-6055
E-mail: [email protected]
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
CHDP
Child Health and Disability Prevention Program
120 Carousel Mall
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 388-0400
(800) 722-3777
Offers free comprehensive health assessments for children, ages birth to 18
who do not have health insurance and
meet income guidelines. CHDP contracts with medical providers located
throughout San Bernardino County.
Comprehensive health assessments
can include a dental screening.:
Loma Linda University School of
Dentistry
11092 Anderson
Loma Linda, CA 92350
(909) 558-4666 (emergency)
(909) 558-4689 (ages 3-15)
(909) 558-4675 (ages 15 & older)
Dental care ranging from simple cleanings and fillings to root canals, braces,
and dental implants. Lower than
average fees for most services. Special
“kid-oriented” clinic for children. Special clinic for disabled adults and children. Limited evening appointments
available. Insurance welcomed
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RIVERSIDE COUNTY
PROJECT K.I.N.D.
Kids in Need of Doctors
3993 Jurupa Ave.
Riverside, CA 92506 fax
(951) 686-1976
Treats Riverside County low-income
children 5-17 who do not qualify for Medi-Cal. This resource provides medical,
dental, optical and mental health services. Each visit is free with the excpetion of a copay for glasses. **Each child
must be referred by the school nurse
from a participating school district.
EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL CARE
DENTAL PROGRAM
24863 Taylor St.
Loma Linda, CA 92350
(909) 558-7025
(877)-558-6205
Serving Riverside County. Serving
children ages 0-5 with special health
care needs.
HOTLINES
TO REPORT CHILD ABUSE
24 HR / TOLL FREE
1-800-827-8724
1-800-442-4918
TO REPORT ADULT ABUSE
24 HR / TOLL FREE
1-877-565-2020
1-800-491-7123
Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 548-2722
Covenant Home Niteline
Children of the Night
(800) 551-1300
(800) 999-9999
Houe of Ruth
Domestic Violence
(909) 988-5559
Option House
Domestic Violence
24-Hour Crisis Hotline
(909) 381-3471
California Youth Crisis Line
P.O. Box 163147
Sacramento, CA 95818
(800) 843-5200
Hotline For Food
San Bernardino Dept of Public Health
351 N. Mountain View
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-6861 or
(800) 643-6630
Information about programs for San
Bernardino County.
Teen Line
(909) 885-4653
Shoplifters Anonymous
(800) 848-9595
Tobacco Use Reduction
(800) 637-6653
National Runaway Switchboard
(800) 786-2929 or (800) RUN-AWAY
Suicide/Crisis Line
1-800-832-9119
AMERICAN RED CROSS
Inland Empire
202 West Rialto Avenue
P.O. Box 183
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone: 909.888.1481
Provide emergency assistance to
families in disasters, maintain communication between military and
families in emergencies, disaster prep
and training, health services classes,
CPR training, first aid classes, water
safety, & blood pressure clinics. Call
your local ARC for services offered at
your location.
American Red Cross/Barstow
100 Veterans Pkwy
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 252-4258
American Red Cross/Fontana
8561 Fosena St.
Fontana, CA 92335
(909) 822-0535
American Red Cross/Palm Desert
Coachella Valley Service Center
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41-951 Corporate Way, Suite B
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760) 773-9105
American Red Cross/ Rancho Cucamonga
West Valley Division
9140 Haven Ave, Ste. 115
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone: 909.481.2835
American Red Cross/Redlands
Service Center
611 Chapel Street
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 793-2184
American Red Cross
Riverside County Chapter,
Riverside Service Center
6177 River Crest Dr., Suite B
Riverside, CA 92507
PO Box 55040
(888) 831-0031
Temecula Valley Training Center
27715 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 116
Temecula, CA 92590
(951) 676-3711
American Red Cross/Victorville
High Desert Chapter
16248 Desert Knoll Drive
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 245-6511
SALVATION ARMY
Provides emergency food, shelter,
clothing, transportation, bus tokens,
new school clothes, and limited health
services to families and individuals
in need. Rental assistance and rehab
programs for those who qualify. Assistance for anyone in need.
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Salvation Army/Barstow
(760) 255-2182
Salvation Army/Cathedral City
(760) 324-2275
Salvation Army/Corona
(951)278-2215
(951) 738-8686
Salvation Army Thrift Store/Fontana
17079 Valley Blvd, Suite D
Fontana, CA 92316
(909) 823-1875
Salvation Army/
Hemet
(951) 766-2020
Salvation Army/Moreno Valley/Banning
(951) 924-1881
Salvation Army/Ontario
1412 S. Euclid Ave
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 986-6748 (call first)
Salvation Army/Redlands Corps
838 Alta St.
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 792-6868
Salvation Army/ Riverside
3695 - 1st Street
Riverside, CA 92501
951-784-3571, ext. 105
Salvation Army/San Bernardino
Shelter for women with children
845 W. Kingman
San Bernardino, CA 92402
(909) 885-0353
Substance abuse and mentally ill not
accepted.
Salvation Army/San Bernardino
746 W. 5th St
San Bernardino, CA 92402
(909) 888-1336 or
(909) 888-1337
Salvation Army/Victorville
PO Box 1092
Victorville, CA 92393
(760) 245-2545
Salvation Army/Yucaipa
12134 California St.
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 790-3707
UNITED WAY
United Way/Morongo Basin
57500 Twentynine Palms Hwy
PO Box 986
Yucca Valley, CA 92286-0986
(760) 228-2716
Volunteer organization that raises
funds and allocates these funds to 27
different agencies that cover a wide
range of services.
United Way of Redlands
1568 Orange St
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 792-0822
Information and referrals to anyone
seeking assistance for housing, food,
utilities and medical help.
United Way/Corona/Norco
PO Box 1809
Corona, CA 91718
(951) 736-0620
A volunteer organization helping
people help people.
DEPARTMENT PUBLIC SOCIAL
SERVICES
If you are qualified you may be able
to receive expedited cash aide, food
stamps, or emergency Medi-Cal. Contact your local Public Social Services
for details. Telephone number will
be listed in your local directory under
“county” government.
Victim Witness Assistance
Program
You are eligible for emergency assistance only if either a victim or witness
to a crime and in immediate danger.
San Bernardino
(909) 387-6540
Victorville
(760) 243-8619
Rancho Cucamonga (909) 945-4241
Fontana
(909) 356-3414
Barstow
(760) 256-4802
Riverside
(951) 955-5450
Corona
(951) 272-5609
Hemet
(951) 766-2370
Perris
(909) 433-2900
Riverside (Juvenille)(951) 358-4140
THE UNFORGETTABLES
FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 84
Redlands, CA 92373
Assist Southern California low-income
families provide a dignified, appropriate burial for their children who have
died.
Toll Free, 1-800-446-8836
Direct, (909) 725-9197
Catholic Charities/
Community Services
SanBErnardino county
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Counseling and Emergency Asst
Prgms
1450 N. “D” Street
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 388-1239
703 E. Main St.
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-3733
16051 Kasota Rd., Suite 700
Apple Valley, CA 92307
(760) 242-2311, x8454
Catholic Charities/Community
Services
Emergency Assistance Program
1800 N. Western Ave. Ste 107
San Bernardino, CA 92411
(909) 880-3625
Offers food baskets, assist with
rental & mortgage payment, utility
payments, transportation, info &
referral, medical referrals, clothing,
and furniture assistance.
West End Center
904 E. California St.
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 391-4882
Serving the cities and surrounding
communities of Fontana, Etiwanda,
Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, Montclair, Chino and
Chino Hills.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Catholic Charities/Family
Assistance Program
Riverside Center
4888 Jones Ave.
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 689-1803
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Full service branch serving the metropolitan Riverside and outlying areas.
Rubidoux Resource Center
5473 Mission Blvd.
Riverside, CA 92509
(951) 328-1575
Inland Valleys Center
21250 Box Springs Road, Suite 206
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
(951) 784-5020
Full service branch serving the cities and surrounding communities
of Moreno Valley, Riverside, Perris,
Hemet, San Jacinto, Sun City, Temecula, parts of Corona, Lake Elsinore,
Banning, Beaumont, and Cherry Valley.
Perris Valley Resource Center
371 Wilkerson Ave.
Perris, CA 92570
(951) 443-1158
Coachella Valley Regional Center
35-325 Date Palm Dr Ste 143
Cathredal City, CA 92234
(760) 202-1222
Coachella Valley Center
81-626 Highway 111
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 342-0157
Full service branch serving the
Coachella Valley.
Farmworkers Resource Center
91260 Avenue 66
Mecca, CA 92254
(760) 863-7860
Desert Hot Springs Resource Center
14201 Palm Dr, Ste 108
Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
(760) 288-3313
USDA EMERGENCY FOOD
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
San Bernardino County
Community Action Partnership
696 S Tippecanoe Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 723-1580
A private, non-profit organization that
has a list of USDA food bank locations
throughout San Bernardino County.
Riverside County
For Food Banks that participate in
this USDA program in Riverside
County, call 2-1-1. They will give you
the location of the food bank closest to
you.
ALL SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
Children’s Fund
385 N. Arrowhead Ave.,
2nd Floor
San Bernardino, CA 924150132
(909) 3870-4949
Children’s Fund provides for the needs
of children (newborn to 18 years) who
are at risk because of abuse, poverty,
neglect or circumstances.
San Bernardino County Public
Health
WIC and Nutrition Programs
351 N. Mountain View Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-6315 (WIC)
Registered dieticians provide info &
referral for healthy eating and life
style choices during all stages of the
life cycle.
Child Abuse Family Violence
(800) 799-7233
Reporting agency, referral service and
counseling referral.
San Bernardino Homeless Coalition
686 E. Mill St
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-2020
Information and referrals.
BARSTOW/NORTHERN DESERT
Desert Manna/Emergency Housing
New Hope Village-Supportive Housing
209 N. First Ave
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-7797
Utility assistance, food pantry, and
commodities for low income families.
MORONGO BASIN
Twentynine Palms Firefighters
6560 Adobe Road
Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
(760) 367-7524
Holiday baskets for needy families in
29 Palms only.
SAN BERNARDINO METRO
Casa Ramona Drop-In Center
1524 W. 7th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92411
(909) 889-0011
Program provides assistance with
completing forms and food referrals.
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Frazee Community Center
1140 W. Mill St
Mail: PO Box 8250
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 889-4424
Short-term help for seniors.
persons, crisis counseling, support
groups, speaker’s bureau, emergency
food and shleter, utility assistance, relapse prevention counseling, education
outreach, advocacy and medical
referrals.
permanent housing.
Inland AIDS Project
357 W. 2nds St., Suite 16
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 888-8851
Case management for HIV infected
persons, crisis counseling, support
groups, emergency food and shelter,
utility assistance, drug rehab, education outreach, advocacy, and medical
referrals.
VICTORVILLE/APPLE VALLEY
Inland Temporary Homes
PO Box 239
Loma Linda, CA 92354-0239
(909) 796-6381
30 day emergency shelter for homeless
families.
Mentally Ill Homeless Program
590 N. Sierra Way
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 382-2020 Food, shelter, and assistance for homeless men 18 years or
older.
San Bernardino Emergency Shelter
803 W. 8th St
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 885-5140
Emergency shelter for women, children and families and help in finding
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Rock Church Food Distribution
Program
2345 S. Waterman Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 825-8887 x504
Families must bring picture ID to pick
up FREE food baskets. Call to check
on days and times for Waterman Ave.
distribution site as well as other distribution sites.
High Desert Homeless
14049 Amargosa Rd
Victorville, CA 92393
(760) 245-5991 or
Income Maintenance/AFDC/Medi-Cal
9655 9th Ave.
Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 956-4500
Services include income maintenance,
AFDC, Medi-Cal and food stamps.
Inland Aids Project
18347 Madrone St.
Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 947-5577
Case management for HIV infected
persons, crisis counseling, support
groups, emergency food and shelter,
utility assistance, drug rehab, education outreach, advocacy, and medical
referrals.
Samaritan’s Helping Hand
15527 8th Street
P.O. Box 1505
Victorville, CA 92393
(760) 243-5933
Emergency food and clothing, prescriptions paid for, household furnishing, info and referrals for services that
they cannot provide.
16051 Kasota Rd., Suite 700
Apple Valley, CA 92307
(760) 242-2311, x8454
REDLANDS/EAST VALLEY
Adventist Community Team Services (ACTS)
24914 Barton Road
PO Box 477
Loma Linda, CA 92354
(909) 796-8357
Primary goal is to assist disadvantaged people wihtout regard to race
or creed, in living as independently as
possible.
Family Services Assn/Redlands
402 W. Colton Ave.
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 793-2673
Low-income and homeless families in
the East Valley can apply for Family Service Association programs and
services. Participants must have at
least one child under age 18 in the
household, be disabled or elderly to be
eligible.
WEST SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
Altheian Christian Foundation
12801 N. Oaks
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 627-3635
Food, clothing, rent, and gas.
Fontana We Care
Olive Branch Transitional Housing
Program
16577 Upland
Fontana, CA 92408
(909) 822-2727
Transitional housing facility for
homeless families.
Foothill Family Shelter
1501 W, 9th Street Suite D
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 920-5568
Shelter for home families with children
and parenting/nutrition classes.
Echos of Faith Christian Center
11255 Central Ave.
P.O. Box 3100
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 627-0927
Information and referrals for needy
families.
Mercy House Walk-In Center of
Ontario
905 E. Holt Blvd.
Ontario, CA 91764
(909) 391-2630
Hours: Mon-Thurs, 9 am - 1 pm
Provides vouchers (dependent on availability), hygiene kits, laundry detergent,
assistance with IDs & birth certificates,
telephone, diapers & wipes, and bus
passes (based on need only). Identification is required.
Help on Call Info/Referral
Mt. Baldy Unified Way
9375 Archibald Ave. Ste 301
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-5703
(909) 980-1994 EXT 216
An info & referral service where to find
food, shelter, clothing, legal aid, youth
activities, counseling, and many other
services in the Inland Valley, including
protection for abused women and children.
Rialto Neighborhood Services
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214 N. Palm Ave, Ste 301
Rialto, CA 92408
(909) 820-2623
Referrals for housing utilities, food
and medical care.
Inland Valley Hope Partners
A non-profit organization supported by
faith communities and other affiliated
groups which operates an emergency
food pantry (first come, first serve) in
the following locations. ID and verification of income required. All services
are provided at no charge to recipient.
Beta Program Center
(Montclair, Chino, Chino Hills, Pomona, Diamond Bar, Walnut)
1095 W. Grand Ave.
Pomona, CA 91766
Monday-Thursday
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Sova Program Center
(Ontario, Upland, Montclair, Chino,
Chino Hills, Rancho Cucamonga)
904 E. California St.
Ontario, CA 91761
Monday-Thursday
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Claremont Center
(Claremont, Pomona)
660 N. Mountain Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711
Tuesday 2-5 p.m.
Thursday 2-5 p.m.
Saturday 9-11 a.m.
ALL RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Inland AIDS Project
3767 Elizabeth St.
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 346-1910
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Case Management for HIV infected
persons, crisis counseling, support
groups, Speaker’s Bureau, Buddy Program, emergency shelter, educational
outreach, advocacy and medical referrals.
Volunteer Center/Riverside
Information & Referral Service
(800) 464-1123
Countywide human service info and
referral line for agencies & individuals.
MOUNTAIN AREAS
DOVES
Domestice Violence Education &
Services
Big Bear Outreach Center
Summit Plaza
41943 Big Bear Blvd
P.O. Box 3646
Big Bear Lake, California 92315
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (909) 866-1546
Fax: (909) 866-8580
24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-851-7601
Crestline Outreach Center
23928 Lake Drive Suite A
P.O. Box 3098
Crestline, CA 92325
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (909) 338-8104
Fax: (909) 338-8113
24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-851-7601
CORONA/NORCO
Corona Settlement House
507 S. Vicenta
Corona, CA 92882
(951) 737-3504
Provide emergency food, basic subsistence, clothing, rent, mortgage, util-
ity assistance and emergency shelter
vouchers and info and referrals to
appropriate agencies.
Provide food, referrals, clothing, overnight motels & any emergency within
our means.
HEMET/SAN JACINTO
Safehouse
(951) 351-4418
Crisis intervention and support services for youth ages 12-17. Offer 24 hr.
assistance. Emergency shelter, community day school (2 weeks) required
to attend community school.
Survival Ministries
Lighthouse Community Church
23100 Betty Road
Perris, CA 92570
(951) 657-8810
Emergency food and clothing for needy
families. Thanksgiving and Christmas
food baskets for the needy.
RIVERSIDE METRO
Community Action Group (CAG)
7680 Casa Blanca Street
Riverside, CA 92504
(951) 688-3043
Advocates for people of the Casa
Blanca Community. Call for meeting
times.
MORENO VALLEY/BANNING/
BEAUMONT
God’s Helping Hand
13958 Old Highway 215
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
(951) 653-2529
Sponsors 3 thrift stores and 3 food
banks. Provides needy families with
clothing and food by appt (immediate
in extreme cases).
H.E.L.P. Inc.
551 Edgar Ave
Beaumont, CA 92223
(951) 845-2333 (24 hours)
Hope, Empathy, Love and Prayer
(H.E.L.P.) Suggest you use answering
service during nonoperational hours.
LOWER DESERT
Coachella Valley Rescue Mission
Family Shelter
47-518 Van Buren Street
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 347-3512
Food, clothing, shelter and referrals
to those in need. Meals 3 times a days
Mon.-Sun.. Breakfast & dinner on
Sunday 6:00am to 5:00pm. Bags of
food Thur-Sat. 9 a.m. (bread & vegetables). Family shelter for women and
children (8 week stay). Men’s shelter
for 5 days permonth with 21 day extension when employment is verified.
S.H.A.R.E is a community cooperative food program designed
to help families save up to 50%
on grocery bills. Once you are a
member, you purchase your food
and then pick up the food at your
local SHARE site at the designated time. There are no eligibilty
guidelines, income limits or membership fees. Online ordering is
available as well as a paper order
form that may be submitted. Host
S.H.A.R.E. pickup sites are located
throughout both counties. This
is the most current list, however,
please keep in mind that host
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pickup sites may change throughout the years!
Web site:
http://www.goldensharefoods.com/
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
Rialto Christian Center
234 W. Merrill Ave
Rialto CA 92376
Phone: (909) 888-1957
Pentecosta City Mission
607-609 Colton Ave
Colton CA 92324
Phone: (909) 783-3032
(909) 824-0233
High Desert Greater Mission
15531 Wichita Rd.
Apple Valley CA 92307
Phone: 760-780-3585 or
760-242-2736
Holy Family Parish
9974 “I” Ave
Hesperia CA 92345
Phone: 760-244-9180
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Lucerne Valley Lions Club
30220 Del Oro Rd
Lucerne Valley CA 92356
Phone: 760-248-7670
Bethel AME Church
312 N 5th Ave
Barstow CA 92311
Phone: (760) 252-1534
Apple Valley Church of the Nazarene
12935 Central Rd.
Apple Valley CA 92308
Phone: (760) 247-3033
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Arlington Christian Church
10510 Hole Ave
Riverside CA 92505
Phone: (951) 689-3397
Living Truth Christian Fellowship
1114 W. Ontario Ave
Corona CA 92882
Phone: (951) 735-2856
Quinn A.M.E. Church
25400 Alessandro Blvd, #105
Moreno Valley CA 92553
Phone: (951) 485-6993
NOTE: Throughout the �Housing Assistance / Tenant Rights’ section,
you will need to inquire regarding eligibility criteria as it will vary
depending on the program.
RIVERSIDE &
SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTIES
EASTER SEALS HOME SELECT
16946 Sherman Way
Van Nuys, CA 91406
(818) 996-9902
FAX (818) 996-1606
Provides creative residential solutions
that make it possible for low-income
adults with disabilities and/or lowincome persons who have a family
member with a disability residing
with them to purchase a home of their
own. This program is available in both
counties. MUST be a Regional Center
consumer.
HOME OWNERSHIP MADE EASY
(H.O.M.E.)
This is a Fannie Mae HomeChoice
program and designed to assist an individual with a disability buy a home.
This program may be used by families
who have a disabled family member
living with them.
For more information on this program,
telephone H.O.M.E. at (310) 258-4131.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
A non-profit Christian organization
which builds or rehabilitates homes
with the help of the homeowner family. A family is selected based on need,
their willingness to become partners
in the program and the ability to re-
pay the no-interest loan.
Local affiliates can be found:
High Desert
( 760) 241-3733
San Gorgonio Pass
( 951) 922-3944
Coachella Valley
(760) 342-2243
San Bernardino Area
(909) 387-1176
Riverside
(951) 787-6754
Hemet/San Jacinto
(951) 658-0235
Temecula Inland Valley
951) 296-3362
Big Bear Valley
(909) 547-3671
UNITED STATES
DEPT OF AGRICULTURE
Rural Housing Service
Provides financial and technical
resources for low-income rental and
house purchase in rural areas only.
Dependent upon property location,
household size and income.
Riverside County only
82901 Bliss Ave.
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 342-4624
San Bernardino County only
14393 Park Ave Suite 200
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 843-6882
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HUD USER CLEARINGHOUSE
PO Box 6091 Rockville, MD 20849
(800) 245-2691
(301) 519-5767 FAX
www.huduser.org
Computer based info service designed
to disseminate the printed reports
of research sponsored by the Dept of
Housing and Urban Dev.
NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
1390 North �D’ St
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 884-6891
Home ownership education and counseling, home maintenance counseling.
Down payment assistance programs
are offered for low to moderate income
families as well as grants assistance
for housing rehabilitation. Neighborhood Housing Services works in conjunction with city programs throughout the Inland Empire.
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM PLUS
164 W. Hospitality Ln., Suite 1
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 890-9022
(800) 439-1905
Transitional housing support for former foster youth ages 18 to 24 who are
transitioning out of child welfare or
probation systems..
Web Site: http://www.aspiranet.org/
program-services/transitional-housingprograms-for-emancipating-fosteryouth/
HOUSING AUTHORITY
OFFICES
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RIVERSIDE COUNTY
HOUSING AUTHORITY
The Housing Authority of the County
of Riverside is a public agency chartered by the State of California to administer the development, rehabilitation or financing of affordable housing
programs. The primary mission of the
Housing Authority is to provide affordable decent, safe and sanitary housing
opportunities to low and moderate
income families including elderly and
handicapped persons, while supporting programs to foster economic selfsufficiency.
Housing Choice Voucher Program
is the Section 8 program which provides rental assistance.
Affordable Public Housing owns
and manages rental units scattered
throughout Riverside County
Family Self Sufficient Program A
program which assists families receiving federal rental assistance move to
economic independence so they are
free of any governmental assistance.
First Time Home Buyer program for
first-time, low-income home purchase.
West County Office
West of Beaumont
5555 Arlington Ave
Riverside, CA 92504
Telephone (951) 351-0700
FAX
(951) 354-6324
Toll Free
1 (800) 655-4228
TDD
(951) 351-9844
East County Office
Beaumont to Blythe
44-199 Monroe, Suite B
Indio, CA 92201
Telephone (760) 863-2828
FAX
Toll Free
TDD
(760) 863-2838
1 (800) 609-5708
(760) 777-1319
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF
SAN BERNARDINO
Acquisition of property scattered
throughout San Bernardino County
has been the continued focus of the
Housing Authority. Our commitment
is to provide affordable, decent, safe
and sanitary public housing for low
and moderate income families including the elderly and handicapped
persons.
Administrative Offices
715 East Brier Drive
San Bernardino, CA 92408-2841
Telephone: (909) 890-0644 /
TTY Phone: 909.388.9279
There are five programs:
Resident Services,
The Resident Services program provides services and activities which are
designed to encourage economic selfsufficiency and improve the quality of
life for families and elderly/disabled
individuals who reside in subsidized
housing.
Homeownership Assistance Program
Assists eligible participants with finding an appropriate mortgage lender
and available down payment assistance programs.
Authority-Owned Housing Units
The Housing Authority also provides
951 housing units to working families,
seniors, and lower income renters..
Public Housing This Public Housing
program manages a portfolio of units
located in 21 cities and communities.
Branch offices are:
Waterman Gardens Office
425 Crestview Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
Phone: (909) 885-1593
Fax: (909) 388-2218 / TTY Phone:
909.388.9279
Area Covered: Waterman Gardens
Community and various scattered
sites in San Bernardino County.
9th & Medical Office
1738 West 9th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92411
Phone: (909) 885-6915
Fax: (909) 388-2546 / TTY Phone:
909.388.9279
Areas Covered: Medical Center Community and various scattered sites in
San Bernardino County.
Redlands Office
131 East Lugonia Avenue
Redlands, CA 92374
Phone: (909) 798-3332
Fax: (909) 798-6762 / TTY Phone:
909.388.9279
Areas Covered: Highland, Redlands,
Yucaipa and Loma Linda.
Chino Office
13088 Monte Vista
Chino, CA 91710
Phone: (909) 628-3413 / TTY Phone:
909.388.9279
Fax: (909) 628-2204
Areas Covered: Chino, Montclair, Ontario, & Rancho Cucamonga
Colton Office
772 Pine Street
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Colton, CA 92324
Phone: (909) 824-8277 / TTY Phone:
909.388.9279
Fax: (909) 824-8121
Areas Covered: Colton, Bloomington,
Rialto, & Fontana.
Barstow Office
421 South 7th Street
Barstow, CA 92311
Phone: (760) 256-8814 / TTY Phone:
760.951.7872
Fax: (760) 256-8873
Area Covered: Adelanto, Apple Valley,
Barstow, Hesperia, & Victorville
SECTION 8 Assisted Housing provides rental assistance in the form of a
Housing Choice Voucher.
BRANCH OFFICES
San Bernardino Office
672 S. Waterman Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone: 909.890.9533
Fax: 909.890.5333
TTY Phone: 909.388.9279
Areas Covered: Bryn Mawr, Lytle
Creek, & San Bernardino
Ontario Office
424 North Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91764
Phone: 909.983-1318
Fax: 909.983-5002
TTY Phone: 909.391.5058
Areas Covered: Alta Loma, Bloomington, Chino, Etiwanda, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga,
Rialto, & the unincorporated areas of
Pomona
Victorville Office
15465 Seneca Road
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Victorville, CA 92392
Phone: 760.243.1043
Fax: 760.243.2123
TTY Phone: 760.951.7872
Areas Covered: Adelanto, Apple Valley, Baker, Barstow, Big Bear, Cedar
Glen, Crestline, Daggett, Green Valley
Lake, Helendale, Hesperia, Hinkley,
JoshuaTree, Lucerne Valley, Morongo
Valley, Oro Grande, Phelan, Pinon
Hills, Sugar Loaf, 29 Palms, Twin
Peaks, Victorville, Wrightwood, Yermo, & Yucca Valley
COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE
PROGRAMS
Community Action
Partnership of Riverside
County
2038 Iowa Ave. Ste B102
Riverside, CA 92507
The Community Action Partnerships
has three programs which are related
to housing issues.
Weatherization Programs
Telephone (951) 955-6418
Provide home weatherization for low
income families only.
Individual Development Account
(IDA)
This program works with individuals or families to save money on their
own. At the $2,000 savings mark,
the agency will match the funds with
$4,000 and coordinate with other
available grants, if applicable, to
assist with a down payment on a first
house. There are 15 mandatory onenight training classes.
Contact (951) 955-4900
LIHEAP (Utility Assistance Program)
Telephone (951) 955-6448
The utility assistance program is a
one-time assistance program that
helps low and moderate-income individuals and families with utility payment assistance
COUNTY OF
SAN BERNARDINO
PROGRAMS
Community Action
Partnership of SAN
BERNARDINO County
696 S. Tippecanoe Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92415
The Community Action Partnerships
has two programs which are related to
housing issues.
Energy, Education & Environmental Services
Telephone:
Weatherization Services 909-723-1620
HEAP Appointments 909-723-1680,
X1681
Provides weatherization and energy
conservation assistance to eligible
low-income residents and processes
applications for Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP).
available grants, if applicable, to assist with a down payment on buying a
home. There are 15 mandatory onenight training classes.
Contact (909) 723-1571
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT
290 N. “D” St, Ste 6th Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92415-0040
(909) 388-0800
Manages a variety of affordable housing programs funded/regulated at the
federal, State, and local levels. The
primary purpose of these housing
programs is to expand the supply of
decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable
housing for the residents of San Bernardino County.
HOMELESS ASSISTANCE
Redlands Home Again Program
612 Lawton Street
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 792-9626
Individual Development Account
(IDA)
This program works with individuals or families to save money on their
own. At the $2,000 savings mark,
the agency will match the funds with
$4,000 and coordinate with other
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Comprehensive homeless assistance
program focusing on rehab and permanent housing. Daytime program only
(not a 24-hour shelter) offering child
care, case management, 3 meals daily,
etc.
Riverside I-Care Shelter Home
P.O.Box 769
Riverside, CA 92502
(951) 354-2273
Shelter for homeless families and
recovering drug addicts and women.
Stabilizes the homeless and assists
with basic needs and location of more
permanent housing.
San Bernardino
Westside Community Service Center
1505 West Highland Avenue / Map
San Bernardino, CA 92411
(909) 384-5428
Emergency assistance as resources
permit.
Upland
Foothill Family Shelter
(909) 920-5568
1501 W 9th St, #D
Upland, CA
(909) 946-1860 FAX
90-day shelter for families who are
homeless with children.
Inland Temporary Homes
P.O. Box 239
Loma Linda, CA 92354
(909) 796-6381
Web Site: www.inlandtemporaryhomes.org
A 2-step non-profit offering a 90-day
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shelter program and 21-24 months
transitional housing program for
homeless families with children under 18 years of age. Call for program
requirements.
CITY PROGRAMS
Check with your City Government for their most current housing programs.
City housing programs are
subject to change throughout the years depending on
funding availability.
MISCELLANEOUS IN
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Community Access Center
Staff provides assistance with the location of appropriate shelter. Services
include a housing registry with pricing
and accessible units, applications for
home modifications, filing for Section
VIII housing, referrals to emergency
shelter and referrals to agencies that
might be able to assist with rental and
utility assistance.
Locations:
6848 Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 274-0358 (Voice)
(951) 274-0834 TTY
83-233 Indio Blvd., Suite 3
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 347-4888 Voice
(760) 347-6802 TTY
Beaumont Senior Center
550 E. 6th Street
Beaumont, CA 92223
(951) 769-8539 Voice
Volunteer Center of Riverside
County
Shared Housing Program
2060 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 686-4402
Program developed to promote home
sharing. Shared housing programs
fall into one of two categories: Matchup programs, which help home providers find a compatible home seeker to
pay rent or possibly provide services
in exchange for a reduction in rent;
and shared living residences, which
involve a number of people living cooperatively as an unrelated family in a
large dwelling.
Coachella Valley Housing
45-701 Monroe Ste G
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 347-3157
(760) 342-6466 FAX
Developer in housing affordable to low
and very low income people. Also offer
child care, community development,
self-help, housing.
MISCELLANEOUS IN SAN
BERNARDINO COUNTY
Rolling Start
Referrals are available upon request
for individuals with disabilities as well
as assistance with creating resident
councils, mediation training and intervention in landlord-tenant disputes.
Locations
57 W. 4th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 884-2129
15400 Cholame Rd., Suite B
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 843-7959
COMPLAINTS
Fair Employment and Housing
Housing District Office
1055 West Seventh Street, Suite 1420
Los Angeles, CA 90017
(800) 233-3212
Investigates complaints of harassment of discrimination in employment,
housing, public accommodations and
services based on race, color, ancestry, religion creed, sex, disability
(including AIDS and HIV diagnosis)
or national origin, In employment,
harassment, or discrimination are also
prohibited on the basis of age (40 and
over), marital status, medical condition, pregnancy leave. Investigates
Ralph Act (hate crimes).
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board
Main Office :
107
10681 Foothill Blvd, Suite 101,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone: 909-984-2254 or
800-321-0911
E-mail: [email protected]
IFHMB educates the community at
large about their rights and responsibilities under fair housing laws.
Other Locations:
560 N. Arrowhead Ave., Ste. 7A
San Bernardino, CA 92401
Phone: 909-888-3763
14201 Kentwood Blvd., Suite 3
Victorville, CA 92392
Phone: 760-243-2412
222 East Main Street, Suite 221
Barstow, CA 92311
Phone: 760-256-7779
3933 Mission Inn Avenue
Riverside, CA 92501
1. 800.655.1812
The Fair Housing Council addresses
and promote fair housing (anti-discrimination) rights and further other
housing opportunities for all persons
without regard to race, color, national
origin, religion, sex, familial status,
presence of children, disability, ancestry, marital status, or other arbitrary
factors.
Other Locations:
City of Corona
650 Main Street
Corona, CA
(951) 371-6518
82868 Miles St.
Indio, CA 92001
Phone: 760-541-4402
Fair Housing Council of Riverside
County
CALIFORNIA HOUSING
FOUNDATION (CHF)
As a California Not-for-Profit charitable foundation, CHF is
dedicated solely to providing assistance to the developmentally
disabled population served by the California Regional Centers.
No one owns CHF, so all revenues, donations, and assets are dedicated to that purpose.
CHF will:
b Create a permanent stock of homes for developmentally
disabled persons.
b Provide financial grants for independent living.
b Seek new and innovative ways to serve Regional Center
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For more information on eligibility criteria, contact your IRC case
worker.
East County/City of Palm Springs
655 N. Palm Canyon, Ste. A
Palm Springs, CA
(760)864-1540
City of Moreno Valley
23890 Alessandro Blvd., Ste. A1
Moreno Valley, CA. 92553
(951) 653-8314
For inland
regional center
consumers only
STATE PROGRAMS
Access for Infants and Mothers
(AIM)
1-800 -433-2611
The AIM Program is low-cost health
care coverage for pregnant women.
Their newborns may be covered by the
Healthy Families Program. AIM is for
middle-income families who don’t have
health insurance and whose income
is too high for no-cost Medi-Cal. AIM
is also available to those who have
health insurance if their deductible or
co-payment for maternity services is
more than $500.
WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
WIC is a federally-funded health and
nutrition program for women, infants,
and children. WIC helps families by
providing checks for buying healthy
supplemental foods from WIC-authorized vendors, nutrition education,
and help finding healthcare and other
community services. Participants
must meet income guidelines and be
pregnant women, new mothers, infants or children under age five For
the location nearest you call
1-888-942-9675
California Children’s Services
(CCS)
Financially assists eligible families in
the diagnosis and treatment of children up to 21 years who have physically disabling or potentially disabling
conditions.
Locations:
San Bernardino County
150 Carousel Mall
San Bernardino, CA 92415
909-387-8400
Riverside County
10769 Hole Avenue, Suite 210
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 358-5401
Indian Health, Inc for .
Riverside and San Bernardino Co.
11555 1/2 Potrero Road
Banning, CA 92220
(951) 849-4761
Comprehensive health care and free
services for qualified Indians.
NON-PROFIT AGENCIES
California Hospice Foundation
3841 North Freeway Blvd., #225
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 925-3770
Info and referral to hospice care faciliites. Funding is provided by donations
and workshops, Non-profit organization serving California and Nevada.
American Holistic Health Assn.
P.O. Box 17400
Anaheim, CA 92817-7400
(714) 779-6152 24hrs.
AHHA offers free information about
health and wellness resources
Angel Flight West
3237 Donald Douglas Loop South
Santa Monica, CA 90405
(888) 426-2643 or
(310) 390-2958
Provides free air travel for patients
needing to travel for medical treatment or other compelling need. Serves
the Western U.S.
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In the U.S., public hospitals receive significant funding from local,
state, and/or federal governments. In addition, they may charge
Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurers for the care of patients.
Public and non-profit rural hospitals form a large part of the health
care safety net for the uninsured and poor underinsured.
400 N. Pepper Ave.
County Hospital for San Bernardino County
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 580-1000
Toll Free 1-877-USE-ARMC Arrowhead Regional Medical Center
Arrowhead Regional Medical
Center, Department of Family
Medicine,
Family Health Centers.
Fontana Clinic
16854 Ivy Avenue,
Fontana, CA 92335
909-422-8029
McKee Clinic
2372 N. Sterling St.
San Bernardino, CA 92404
909-422-8029
Westside Clinic
1543 West 8th Street, Suite A,
San Bernardino, CA 92411
909-422-8029
County Hospital for Riverside County
Riverside County Regional Medical Center
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PUBLIC HEALTH
SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
Public Health Clinic/ Barstow
303 E. Mt. View Street
Barstow
-800-722-4777
Contraceptive Clinic, Pregnancy Tesing & Counseling, STD Clinic Tuberculosis Skin Testing, Immunizations.
Public Health Clinic/Big Bear
477 Summit Blvd
Big Bear Lake
1-800-722-4777
Contraceptive Clinic, Pregnancy Testing & Counseling, STD Clinic.
Public Health Clinics/Fontana
17830 Arrow Blvd.
Fontana
1-800-722-4777
Contraceptive Clinic, Pregnancy Testing & Counseling,Pregnancy Care
Clinic, STD Clinic.
Public Health Clinic/Joshua Tree
63532 29 Palms Hwy, Suite D
Joshua Tree
1-800-722-4777
Contraceptive Clinic, Pregnancy Testing & Counseling, STD Clinic, Immunizations.
Public Health Clinic/ Needles
1406 Bailey Ave. Suite D
Needles
1-800-722-4777
(760)326-9230 (for Primary Care
ONLY)
Primary Care, Contraceptive Clinic,
Pregnancy Testing & Counseling,
STD Clinic, Tuberculosis Skin Testing,
Immunizations.
Public Health Clinic/Ontario
1647 E Holt Blvd.
Ontario
1-800-722-4777
(909)383-3060 (for HIV Clinic ONLY)
Contraceptive Clinic, HIV Clinic, HIV
Testing Confidential and Anonymous,
Pregnancy Testing & Counseling,
Pregnancy Care Clinic, STD Clinic,
Immuniations, Tuberculosis Skin
Testing.
Public Health Clinic/Redlands
800 E. Lugonia Ave., Suite F
Redlands
(909)793-6399
Contraceptive Clinic, Pregnancy Testing & Counseling, STD Clinic
Public Health Clinic/San Bernardino
799 East Rialto Ave
San Bernardino
1-800-722-4777
(909)383-3060 (for HIV Clinic ONLY)
Contraceptive Clinic, HIV Testing
Confidential and Anonymous, Pregnancy Testing & Counseling, Pregnancy Care Clinic, STD Clinic
.
Immunization Clinic
351 N. Mt. View Ave.
San Bernardino
Immunizations, TB Skin Testing
Trona Health Clinic
13205 Market St.
Trona, CA 93592
(760) 372-5473
Primary care - by appointment only
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Public Health Clinic/Victor Valley
16453 Bear Valley Road
Hesperia, CA 92345
1-800-722-4777
(909)383-3060 (for HIV Clinic ONLY)
Contraceptive Clinic, HIV Clinic, HIV
Testing Confidential and Anonymous,
Pregnancy Testing & Counseling,
Pregnancy Care Clinic, STD Clinic,
Tuberculosis Skin Testing.
Black Infant Health Services
(BIH)
505 N. Arrowhead Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(800) 227-3034
BIH helps pregnant and parenting African-American non-Hispanic women
develop and put into action their own
plans to improve theirs and their children’s health. You can refer yourself to
BIH if you are African-American, nonHispanic, 18 years of age and live in
one of the zip codes in following cities:
Adelanto 92301; Apple Valley 92307,
92308; Colton 92324; Fontana 92335,
92336, 92337; Hesperia 92344, 92345;
Highland 92346; Rialto 92376, 92377;
San Bernardino 92401, 92404, 92405,
92407, 92408, 92410, 92411, and Victorville 92392, 92394, 92395
Child Health & Disability Prevention (CHDP)
Carousel Mall, Suite 120
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 388-0400
(800) 722-3777
Offers free comprehensive health
assessments for children, ages birth
to 18 with full scope Medi-Cal and
periodic preventive health services to
income eligible children who are not in
the Medi-Cal program.
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PUBLIC HEALTH
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Health info Hotline
(951) 358-5000
This serves as an information finder
for Public Health, Environmental
Health, Animal Services, other Riverside County departments, local service
and state governmental agencies.
Banning Family Care Center
3055 W. Ramsey,
Banning, CA 92220
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (951) 849-6794
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, well child care and nutrition.
Corona Family Care Center
505 S. Buena Vista Ave. Suite #101,
Corona, CA 92882
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (951) 272-5445
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, well child care and nutrition.
Hemet Family Care Center
880 N. State St.,
Hemet CA 92543
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (951) 766-2450
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, well child care and nutrition.
Blythe Family Health Clinic
321 W. Hobsonway,
Blythe, CA 92225
Appointments and Clinic:
(760) 922-4981
atric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, well child care and nutrition.
Mecca Family Health Clinic
91275 66th Avenue Suite 500,
Mecca, CA 92254
Appointments and Clinic:
(760) 396-124
Indio Family Care Center
47923 Oasis St.,
Indio, CA 92201
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (760) 863-8283
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, well child care and nutrition.
Palm Springs Family Care Center
1515 North Sunrise Way, Palm
Springs, CA 92262
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (760) 778-2210
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS testing & care, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin testing,
well child care and
Jurupa Family Care Center
9415 Mission Blvd.,
Riverside, CA 92509
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (951)360-8795
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, well child care and nutrition.
Perris Family Care Center
308 E. San Jacinto Ave.,
Perris, CA 92570
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic:(951) 940-6700
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, well child care and nutrition.
Lake Elsinore Family Care Center
2499 E. Lakeshore Drive, Lake
Elsinore, CA 92530
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (951) 471-4200
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pedi-
Riverside Neighborhood Health
Center
7140 Indiana Ave.,
Riverside, CA 92504
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (951) 358-6000
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS test-
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ing & care, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin testing,
well child care and nutrition.
Rubidoux Family Care Center
5256 Mission Blvd.,
Riverside, Ca 92509
Appointments: 1-800-720-9553
Clinic: (951) 955-0840
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin
testing, radiology services, dental care,
well child
Temecula Neighborhood Healthcare
41002 County Center Drive, Building
B Temecula, CA 92591
Clinic: (951) 600-6300
Primary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually
transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS testing & care, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin testing,
well child care and nutrition.
Black Infant Health Program
308 E. San Jacinto.
Perris, CA 92570
(951) 210-1392 or
(800) 794-4814
Black infant Health Program can help:
Apply for Medi-Cal; Refer you to a
Doctor or Physician group; Refer you
to WIC (a nutritional health program);
Refer you to Public Health Programs
for Substance abuse (alcohol and drug
cessation programs), Family Planning,
Tobacco Free Families Program, Lead
Free Program, Dental Health Information Program.
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A Role of Men Program has been established for fathers, 951.210.1388.
Child Health & Disability Prevention (CHDP)
10769 Hole Ave, Suite 210
Riverside, CA 92505
1.800.346.6520
A preventive health program serving
California’s children and youth. CHDP
offers regular, preventive health assessments or check-ups to financially
eligible children..
Social Action Community
(SAC) Health System
Clinics
Complete health care for the entire
family. Appointments & Fees: Services offered on an advance-appointment
basis. Provide services at low cost.
Medi-Cal, and Medicare is accepted at
Norton, Frazee, and Arrowhead. Clients with limited income may qualify
for SACs sliding-fee scale, based on
income and family size. (Need to bring
proof of income. Minimum fee $60.00
for new patient; $45.00, once you are
an established patient)
SAC Norton
1455 E. Third Street,
San Bernardino, CA 92408
909-382-7100
SAC Frazee
1140 W. Mill Street,
San Bernardino, CA 92410
909-383-8092
SAC Arrowhead
1293 North �D’ St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
909.381.1663
Mobile Medical Clinics
Available each Saturday of the month
for Inland Empire patients (Riverside
& San Bernardino County) where they
provide free health care, free toys and
food.
(909) 463-0103, ext. 808
1st Saturday of each month 9am-1pm
CityLink
16803 Spring St, Fontana
Free immunizations & well checks for
children.
2nd Saturday of each month 9am-1pm
Hope Chapel
119 Belmont Ave, Ontario
Free immunizations & well checks
3rd Saturday of each month 9am-1pm
1st Presbyterian Church of San
Bernardino
1900 D Street, San Bernardino
Adult health care and children & family education available
4th Saturday of each month 9am-1pm
Mountain View Community
Church
8833 Palmetto Ave, Fontana
Free immunizations adn well checks.
Low Cost Medical Facility
FEDERALLY QUALIFIED HEALTH
CENTER
A FQHC is a community-based organization that brings primary health
care to underserved/underinsured/uninsured Americans, including migrant
workers and non-U.S. citizens. FQHCs provide their services to all persons
regardless of their ability to pay, and
charge for services on a community
board approved sliding-fee scale that
is based on the patients’ family income
and size.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
CITY OF RIVERSIDE
Arlanza Family Health Center
8856 Arlington Ave.
Riverside 92503
Community Health Systems Inc.
1970 University Ave.
Riverside 92507
COACHELLA VALLEY
Santa Rosa Del Valle Medical
Group, 1293 6th St.
Coachella 92236
Centro Medico Cathedral City,
69175 Ramon Rd #A
Cathedral City 92234
Coachella Health Clinic
49-111 Highway 111 #4
Coachella 92236 Central Medical Clinic
55557 Campus Rd
Thermal 92274
Central Medical Clinic
88775 Avenue 76 #1
Thermal 92274
SOUTH RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Moreno Valley Family Health Center
22675 Alessandro Blvd.
Moreno Valley 92553
Neighborhood Healthcare
41715 Winchester Rd #106
Temecula 92590
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
San Bernardino
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Inland Family Community Health
Center
665 North D St.
San Bernardino 92401
(909) 708-8158
Whitney Young Family Health
Clinic
1755 W Maple St.
San Bernardino 92411
(909) 386-7600
Al-Shifa Clinic
2034 B Mallory St.
San Bernardino 92407
(909) 473-9342
H Street Clinic
1329 N. �H’ St.
San Bernardino 92405
(909) 381-0803
WESTERN SAN BDNO COUNTY
Inland Family Community Health
Center
18601 Valley Blvd
Bloomington 92316
(909) 708-8158
Kids Come First
1501A South Bon View
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 673-9125
Montclair Medical Clinic
5111 Benito St.
Montclair 91763
(909) 399-3173 (Day Clinic)
(909) 625-9464 (Evening Clinic)
EAST VALLEY
Primary Care Clinic – Loma Linda
25455 Barton Road, Suite 201A,
Loma Linda, CA 92354
909-558-6658
(in the professional plaza across
from the VA Hospital) Accepts MediCal , Medicare and IEHP -bring card.
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High Desert
High Desert Community Care
Clinic
14075 Hesperia Road, Suite 201,
Victorville, CA 92395
760-951-8988
Clinic for medically indigent (not
on Medi-Cal or Medicare) To
qualify: Maximum Monthly Income
for single $690; Maximum Monthly
Income for married couple $1100.
The following resources regarding reproductive care are informational only
and do not imply Inland Regional Center’s support or recommendation.
Planned Parenthood
Provides low-cost health care services
-- birth control, STI testing and treatment, pregnancy counseling and prenatal care, cervical cancer screenings
as well as other reproductive related
health care needs.
Riverside CountY
Riverside Clinic
3772 Tibbetts Street, Suite A
Riverside, CA 92506
1-888-743-PLAN (7526)
Moreno Valley Clinic
12900 Frederick Street, Suite C
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
1-888-743-PLAN (7526)
Coachella Valley Clinic
49111 Highway 111, Unit 6
Coachella, CA 92236
1-888-743-PLAN (7526)
Rancho Mirage Clinic
71777 San Jacinto Drive, Suite 202
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
1-888-743-PLAN (7526)
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
Call 909.890.5511 for more information on services or to make an appointment at a clinic below:.
San Bernardino Clinic
1873 Commercenter West
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Upland Medical Center
918 W Foothill Blvd. #A
Upland, CA 91786
SAN BERNARDINO
Pregnancy Counseling Center
165 W Hospitality Ln # 1
San Bernardino, CA 92408
909) 885-0282
Pregnancy support services including counseling, maternity and infant
clothes, infant furniture, housing assistance.
RIVERSIDE
Riverside Life Services
3727 McCray St.
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 784-2422
A no-cost, faith based, confidential
service to women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.
HIV / AIDS
Inland AIDS Project
Case Management for HIV infected
persons, crisis counseling, support
groups for HIV affected persons,
emergency housing assistance, home
care, transportation, educational outreach, advocacy and medical referrals.
Riverside office
3767 Elizabeth Street
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 224-8314
San Bernardino office
357 West 2nd Street, Suite 16
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 888-8851
High Desert office
18347 Madrone Street
Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 947-5577
Foothill AIDS Project
362 Orange Show Lane
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 884-2722
Desert AIDS Proj/HIV Health Ctr.
P.O. Box 2890
Palm Springs, CA 92262-2890
(760) 323-2118
(760) 323-9865 FAX
HIV Health Center (outpatient specialty clinic), support groups for HIV
positive, caregivers, partners or family; HIV annoymous testing. Spanish
is spoken.
SPECIALTY
Breast Cancer Detection Program
- Every Woman Counts
1616 Capitol Avenue, Suite 74.421
Sacramento, CA 95814
1-800-511-2300 (Monday - Friday from
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8:30 AM to 5 PM.)
Breast Cancer early detection program for low income women 40+, not
covered by insurance or health plan,
unable to pay insurance copayment or
deductible.
DynaVox Sales
2100 Wharton Street, Ste. 400
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(866) 396-2869 (headquarters)
Call for information - a provider of
augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) products and services.
Golden Valley Medical and
Oxygen Service
424 W. Highland Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 884-0445
Johnson’s Orthopedist Appliances
Main Office
7254 Magnolia Avenue
Riverside, CA 92504
(951) 785-4411
Leaps and Bounds Pediatric
Therapy
343 6th Street, Unit L
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 235-7456
Pediatric physical therapy provider.
Web Site:
http://www.leapsandboundspediatricpt.
com/
LLUMC Medical Center
Pathologists
11406 Loma Linda Dr.
Loma Linda, Ca 92354
(909) 558-6144
Sonus Hearing Care Center
802 Magnolia Ave Ste #208
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 547-2111
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Scottish Rite Institute
Childhood Sphasia (Speech) Clinic
P.O. Box 458
San Bernardino, CA 92402
(909) 887-2335
Southern California College of
Optometry
Eye Care Center
2575 Yorba Linda Boulevard
Fullerton, California 92831-1699
Call for appt., 714.449.7401
The clinical teaching facility of the
Southern California College of Optometry. Patient examinations are performed by interns working under the
direct supervision of licensed Doctors
of Optometry.
Stroke Recovery Center
2800 East Alejo Road
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 323-7676
Provides free non-clinical programs
that offer long-term rehabilitation
services.
Web Site: www.strokerecoverycenter.
org
DURABLE MEDICAL
EQUIPMENT
Shield Health Services
935 S,Mt Vernon Suite 100
Colton, CA 92324
800-577-8797
United Medical Supplies
8811 Shirley Avenue
North Ridge, CA 91324
Newsome Medical
(818) 718-2811
(818) 718-5876 fax
American Diabetes Assocation
225 Broadway Suite 1530
San Diego, CA, 92101
(619) 234-9897
1 888 DIABETES
The Association funds research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes; delivers services to hundreds of communities; and provides objective and credible
information.
American Heart Association
Inland Empire Division
930 So. Mt. Vernon, Suite 600
P.O. Box 1707
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 424-1670
Palm Desert Division
74-020 Alessandro, Ste. A
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760) 346-8109
Their mission is to build healthier lives,
free of cardiovascular diseases and
stroke.
California Allergy and Asthma Network
Phone: 866.713.2224
Email: [email protected]
WestCAAN was organized to work with
schools to better enable them to respond
to life-threatening anaphylaxis and
asthma effectively in the public school
setting
American Cancer Society
Desert Sierra Region
1240 Palmyrita Ave Ste. A
Riverside, CA 92507
800-277-2345 24 hr
(951) 683-6415
Info, guidance, and education on prevention and early detection of cancer.
Support and encouragement by volunteers.
Arthritis Foundation
Inland Empire
4060 Chestnut St.
Riverside, CA 92501-3537
951/ 320-1540
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(4:30 p.m. on Friday) Pacific
Coachella Valley
73-710 Fred Waring Drive #104
Palm Desert, CA 92260-2510
760/ 773-3076
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(4:30 p.m.on Friday) Pacific
Pamphlets, brochures, educational
programs, exercise classes and support
groups. Serves Riverside Counties.
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Loma Linda University
Pediatric Nueroscience Center
2195 Club Center Drive, Suite A
San Bernardino, CA 92408
San Bernardino Health Care Services
Coordinator
(562)498-4923
Sickle Cell Organization
2060 University Ave. Ste 206
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 684-0420
Provides free testing, edu and counseling and newborn screening service to
high risk. Staff speaks Spanish and
all services are free.
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ALL COUNTY
Amtrak Passenger Station
Union Station
800 N. Alameda Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(800) 872-7245
Call for info and reservations anywhere in USA.
Auto Club of So Cal (AAA)
Offices throughout Southern California. Check “Automobile Club of
So Calif AAA” in the phone book for
offices.
California Department of
Transportation (Caltrans)
464 W. 4th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1400
(909) 383-4561
(909) 383-6899
California Highway Information
Cal Trans
(800) 427-7623
24 hr recorded messages about highway conditions, wind advisories, storm
conditions or other factors that will
impede travel plans.
Metrolink
PO Box 86425
Los Angeles, CA 90086-0425
(800) 371-5465
(800) 371-LINK
Regional train info for traveling from
Oceanside, Riverside, San Bernardino,
Lancaster or Oxnard to L.A. Union
Station.
Mobile Help
613 S. l Street
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San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 383-3883
Provided services for disabled: wheel
chairs, van conversion, electric scooters and other driving aids.
Travelers Aid of Inland Empire
1923 E. Avion St.
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 975-5379
Primary focus is to assist stranded
travelers. Crisis intervention, temporary food, shelter, gasoline voucher,
cab fare, etc. Works in conjunction
with nation wide nationwide network
of Traveler’s Aid.
Omnitrans Bus Service
1700 W. 5th St.
San Bernardino, CA
(800) 966-6428
Yellow Cab
1510 W. 5th St.
San Bernardino, CA
(909) 884-1111
SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
BARSTOW/NORTHERN DESERT
Dial-A-Ride/Barstow
190 Cal Avenue
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-0311 City
(760) 256-0315 County
Direct Access (Dial-A-Ride)
Tri-Community/Lucerne Valley
Reservations for certified elderly and
disabled passengers. Tri-Community
serves Baldy Mesa, Yucca Terrace,
Phelan, Lucerne Valley, Helendale,
and Pinon Hills.
(877) 545-8000
VICTORVILLE/APPLE VALLEY
Direct Access (Dial-A-Ride)
Reservations for certified elderly and
disabled passengers. Serves Hesperia
Victorville, Apple Valley, and Adelanto.
(760) 244 - 4000
Victor Valley Transit Authority
11741 E. Santa Fe Ave
Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 948-3030
Public transportation for the Victor
Valley and Tri-Community areas. Information line only.
MORONGO BASIN
Dial-A-Ride/Joshua Tree/29 Palms/
Yucca Valley
(800) 794-6282
Fixed route public transportation for
the cities of Yucca Valley, 29 Palms
and Joshua Tree.
SAN BERNARDINO MOUNTAINS
MARTA
Dial-A-Ride/Big Bear Lake/Rim
Area
513 Bowles
Big Bear City, CA 92314
BIG BEAR VALLEY(909) 878-5200
RIM AREA (909) 338-1113
Dial-A-Ride service M-Sun 6am-6pm.
Also information on ixed route public
transportation for Big Bear area.
REDLANDS/EAST VALLEY
Adventist Comm Team Srvs
(ACTS)
24914 Barton Road
PO Box 477
Loma Linda, CA 92354
(909) 796-8357
(909) 799-5653 FAX
“For Loma Linda residents only” Primary goal is to assist disadvantaged
people without regard to race or creed,
in living as independently as possible.
Omnitrans Access/East Valley
234 South “l” St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909)-383-1680
TDD (909) 383-1689
Omnilink/Yucaipa
1700 W. 5th St
San Bernardino, CA 92411
(800) 990-2406
WESTERN SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
Omnitrans Access/West Valley
234 South “l” St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(800) 990-2404
TDD (909) 383-1689
Omnilink/Chino Hills
1700 W. 5th St
San Bernardino, CA 92411
(800) 330-6424
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Dial-A-Cab/Highland
(909) 884-8777
Public transportation for the San Bernardino Valley.
as, persons with visible disabilities.
Inland Regional Center clients are eligible for this service. Limited to City
of Riverside.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Volunteer Center/Riverside
Transportation Access Program TAP
(951) 686-4402 or
(800) 464-1123
Provides bus and paratransit tickets
to agencies for distribution to seniors,
person with disabilities, and need clients in Western Riverside County.
RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY
1825 3rd St
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 565-5000
Fixed route bus service, Dial-A-Ride
service, discounts for the disabled and
seniors.
RTA Dial-A-Ride / RiversideJurupa-Hemet-San Jacinto-Lake
Elsinore-Murrieta-TemeculaPerris-Moreno Valley-small areas
within Corona/Norco, Beaumont/
Banning
Reservations
(800) 795-7887
Monday-Friday 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
TTY (hearing impaired phone)
(800) 369-3610
NON-RTA DIAL-A-RIDE
CORONA/NORCO
Dial-A-Ride/Corona-Norco
330 S. Maple Ste J
Corona, CA 91720
RIVERSIDE METRO
Special Transportation/Riverside
(951) 687-8080
Provides curb-to-curb bus service
for seniors age 60 and older, as well
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BANNING/BEAUMONT
Pass Transit/Banning
789 N. San Gorgonio Ste 92220
PO Box 998
Banning, CA 92220
(951) 922-3252
Provides curb to curb bus service for
seniors age 60 and older, persons with
diabilities, and ADA certified passengers.
Pass Transit/Beaumont
550 East 6th Street
Banning, CA 92223
(951) 769-8532
Provides curb-to-curb bus service for
seniors age 60 and older, persons with
diabilities, and ADA certified passengers.
Other Transportation Services
Amtrak (nationwide rail service)
(800) 872-7245
Care-A-Van (Hemet and San Jacinto)
(951) 791-3572
Coaster (San Diego Co rail service)
(619) 233-3004
Corona Cruiser
(951) 734-9418
Foothill Transit (San Gabriel Valley)
(800) 743-3463
Greyhound (nationwide bus service)
(800) 231-2222
Hemet Valley Medical Center
(951) 652-2811
Metrolink (regional commuter rail
service)
(800) 371-5465
Metro (Los Angeles-based bus service)
(800) 266-6883
MoVan (Moreno Valley)
(951) 358-9202
Norco Senior Bus
(951) 270-5647
North Co Transit District (San Diego)
(760) 966-6500
OCTA (Orange County transit service)
(800) 636-7433
Palo Verde Valley Transit (Blythe)
(760) 922-1140
Riverside Co Regional Med. Center
(951) 486-4380
Sprinter (north San Diego commuter
rail)
(760) 966-6500
Sunline Transit (Palm Springs)
(760) 343-3456
MEDICAL
TRANSPORTATION
vider for individuals with medical
complications.
AA Meditrans
1-888-343-7200
AA Meditrans is based in No. California but serves southern California
area also. They provide non-emergent
medical transport 24 hours a day, 7
days a week on pre arranged appointments.
TLC Medical Transport
(619) 284-7433
TLC Medical Transport provides medical transportation with door-to-door
local and long distance non emergency
medical transportation
Air Ambulance Service
Angel Medflight
8014 East McClain, Suite 220
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
(877)-264-3570 - (877) ANGEL-70
Angel Medflight is a full service
provider for medical ground and air
transport.
Web Site: http://www.angelmedflight.
com
When transportation needs are medically involved:
Premier Medical Transportation
575 Maple Ct.
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 433-3939
A non-emergent transportation pro-
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BLYTHE
Escuela de la Raza Unida
137 N. Broadway
Blythe, CA
(760) 922-2582
Bilingual private school - Offers
courses in ESL for ages 3-18 years.
CORONA/NORCO
Corona-Norco Adult School
300 Buena Vista Ave.
Corona, CA
(951) 736-3325
Classes in ESL.
HEMET/SAN JACINTO
Hemet Adult School
26866 San Jacinto St.
Hemet, CA
(951) 765-5190
ESL classes.
LAKE ELSINORE/TEMECULA
Center for Employment Training
Vocational Skill Training/Injured
Worker
42066 Avenida Alvarado Ste. A
Temecula, CA
(951) 296-3010
Training school offering shipping and
receiving, forklift certification and
automated office skills. GED and ESL
is offered concurrent with training.
PALM SPRINGS/
COACHELLA VALLEY
Center for Employment Training
Vocational Skill Training/Injured
Worker
49-111 Highway 111, Suite 5
Coachella, CA
(760) 398-8889
Training school offers training in
automated office skills, small engine
repair and building maintenance.
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ESL classes offered concurrent with
training.
College of the Desert-Adult
43-500 Monterey Ave.
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760)773-2559
ESL classes.
Coachella Valley Adult School
1099 Orchard
Coachella, CA
(760) 398-6302
ESL classes.
Palm Springs Unified School District
Adult School
559 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Suite B103
Palm Springs, CA
(760) 416-8450
ESL classes.
RIVERSIDE METRO
Jurupa Adult Education
4041 Pacific Ave.
Riverside, CA
(951) 222-7739
All levels of ESL are provided.
Riverside Community College
ESL and Literacy Programs
4800 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA
(951) 222-8000 (ext. 8631)
Offer ESL and basic reading courses.
Moreno Valley Campus
16130 Lasselle St.
Moreno Valley, CA 92551
(951) 485-6100
Norco Campus
2001 Third St.
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 372-7003
All three campuses provide aide in
reading, writing, and speaking English
Riverside Adult School
Education Services -Riverside USD
6735 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA
(951) 788-7185
Open enrollment for ESL classes for
adults 18 years and older.
MORENO VALLEY/BANNING/
BEAUMONT
Banning High Adult Education
541 N. Alessandro Rd.
Banning, CA
(951) 922-2740
ESL is open to non-English speaking
students 18 years and older, however,
they try to accommodate everyone.
BARSTOW/NORTHERN DESERT
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 252-2411
Conversational English classes, 4
levels.
SAN BERNARDINO METRO
Lake Arrowhead Library
Mountain Literacy Program
27235 Hwy 189
Lake Arrowhead, CA 92317
(909) 337-3118
Reading and writing English-adult,
primarily for English speakers, but no
one is turned away.
Highland Branch Library
27167 Baseline
Highland, CA 92346
(909) 862-8550
Speaking, reading & writing English.
Casa Ramona
1524 W. Seventh
Barstow Literacy Center
Barstow Branch Library
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-4847
Reading, writing and speaking English for 16 years and older.
Barstow Adult Evening School
551 S. Avenue H
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 255-6131
Conversational English for anyone
who is non-English speaking.
Barstow College
2700 Barstow Rd
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San Bernardino, CA 92411
(909) 889-0011
Reading and speaking English.
San Bernardino Valley College
701 S. Mt. Vernon Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 888-6511
Reading and language classes.
San Bernardino Public Library
Adult Literacy Center
555 W. Sixth St
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 381-8205
Reading and speaking English.
San Bernardino Adult Education
1362 E. Pacific St
San Bernardino, CA 92404
(909) 388-6004
Speaking, writing and reading English.
Libreria Del Pueblo, Inc.
964 Mt. Vernon Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92411
(909) 885-9219
Citizenship program which includes
classes.
San Bernardino County Library
104 S. Fourth St
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-5730
Reading and writing English for
those who have some English speaking knowledge.
VICTORVILLE/APPLE VALLEY
Apple Valley Literacy Center
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Church of the Valley
14933 Wakita Rd.
(760) 247-6494
Reading, writing, and speaking English.
WEST SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
Chino Community Adult School
Los Serranos School
5130 Riverside Dr
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 628-1205 or
(909) 628-1201 ext. 1555
Conversational English and citizenship classes.
Claremont Adult School
Claremont USD
2475 N. Forbes Ave
Claremont, CA 91711
(909) 624-6402
Life skills, conversation and English
grammar.
Fontana Adult Center
Fontana High School
9453 Citrus Ave.
Fontana, CA 92335
(909) 357-5555
Reading, writing and speaking English.
Chaffey Adult School
Various locations throughout Ontario
(909) 983-2010
Speaking and reading English.
NATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
YMCA / YWCA or
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
Make sure you check your local telephone directory for either of these two
organizations. They are always full of
recreational/sport activities for both
young and old alike.
Boy Scouts of America/California
Inland Empire Council (CIEC)
1230 Indiana Court
Redlands, CA 92374-2896
(909)793-2463
Administrative office for programs in
the Inland Empire. Based on Scout activities and ideals, this program seeks
to develop youth and prevent future
social cost for rehab or detention.
Boy Scout of America/Old Baldy
Old Baldy Council (Fontana
through Upland/Rancho Cucamonga)
1047 W. 6th Street
Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 983-4534
(909) 984-0064 FAX
Offers Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Boy
Scouts and Coed Exploring Programs.
Also offers Summer Camp and recreational activities that run throughout
the year. Coordinates character development, citizenship training and personal fitness programs for young men
first grade through age 20 and young
women ages 14-20.
Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio
Council
Youth Organization/Camps
1751 Plum Lane
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 307-6555
(800) 400-4475 Toll free
Girl Scouts offers an informal educational program, for ages 5-17, that assists in developing self-worth, values
and contributing to the community in
an all-girl environment. Resident and
day camps are offered to girls throughout the summer in various areas;
camps including camps.
Best Buddies
5601 W. Slauson Ave, Suite. 255
Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 642-2620 - Phone
(310) 642-2630 - Fax
(888) 68-BUDDY - Toll-Free
Best Buddies matches high school
students with intellectual disabilities
with their non-disabled peers and creates one-to-one friendships between
them. The University of California,
Riverside is the only college/university
in the Inland Empire to have developed a Best Buddies program for college students.
4-H Club/San Bernardino
777 E. Rialto Ave.
San Bernardino, Ca 92415
(909)387-2179
Sponsors 27 clubs in San Bernardino
County in city, mountain and desert
com
munities.
4-H Club/Riverside
Cooperative Extension (Univ of Calif)
21150 Box Springs Road, Suite 202
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
phone: (951) 683-6491
fCurrently sponsors 31 clubs in Riverside County in city and lower desert.
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Easter Seals/So California
After School Social/Recreational Program
241 E. 9th St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 888-4125
Children & adults with disabilities build
their social, communication & recreation
skills through interaction with non-disabled peers in their community.
SAN BERNARDINO /
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Anderson Square
851 S. Mt Vernon. Ave.
Suite 3
Colton, CA 92325
(909) 783-7520
A social center for adult individuals with
a developmental disability who live independently. The center includes books on
tape, DVD, MP3, TV room, pool tables,
ping pong, foosball along with games and
puzzles. There are also arts and craft
classes.
Challenged Children’s Rodeo
Rodeo sponsor for special needs children
for many years. Participants may weigh no
more than 80 lbs. and must be between the
ages of 4 and 12 years old. Able to accommodate children who use a wheelchair who
fall within these parameters.
Contact:
Jean Hoffman, (951) 520-9359
Crooked Frame Therapeutic Scrapbooking
Hobby Lobby
12550 Amargosa Rd., Suite C
Victorville, CA
(909) 499-4501
Using different mediums, exploring the
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therapeutic qualities of scrapbooking and
creativity.
My Play Club
Fairmount Park
2601 Fairmount Blvd.
Riverside, CA
(951) 688-5141
ARC Riverside’s inclusive play club for
children with and without disabilities.
You can register at http://arcriversideca.
org/my-play-club/
Yucaipa Teen Center
12385 7th Street
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 797-3662
Drop-in center for teens ages 13-18 years.
Pool, ping pong, video games, weight
room, snack bar and TV lounge.
Summer Youth Theater
Hi-Desert Playhouse Guild
61231 Twentynine Palms
Hwy, PO Box 128
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
(760) 366-3777
(760) 366-5459 FAX
Provides summer long basic skills program that enhances personal development for children ages 5-17 by training
in all phases of the theatre arts and allows children to participate in an on-stage
performance.
IncredABLE Program
Sponsored by the Rising Stars Foundation
& the Hafif Foundation. A talent showcase for special needs performers. Singing and dancing lessons for individuals
with special needs. Can also be accessed
through the City of Rancho Cucamonga
Community Services Dept.
For information:
(909) 477-2782
JUMP NIGHTS FOR SPECIAL
NEEDS KIDS - A family activity.
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 283-3967
Sky High Sports
3230 Cornerstone Dr.
Mira Loma, CA 91752
(951) 681-5867
Green Acres Interactive Therapy
35750 De Portoloa Road
Temecula, CA
(951) 302-6045
Roo’s Indoor Bounce
14580 7th St. Suite C
Victorville, CA
(760) 596-4131
Round-up Hope
35105 CalleLa Coca
Temecula, CA
(951) 757-3424
HORSEBACK RIDING FOR PEOPLE
WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
The following stables have experience
serving kids and adults with special
needs. You should call first for details:
Double 6 Ranch
23722 Yucca Loma Rd.
Apple Valley, CA
(760) 265-5236
T.H.E. Center
27260 Girard / PO Box 5337
Hemet, CA 02544
(951) 658-7790
Queen of Hearts Riding Center, Inc.
6405 Dana Avenue
Jurupa Valley CA 91752
(951) 734-6300
Healing Horses
Eldorado Polo Club
50950 Madison Street
Indio, CA
(760) 449-488
Heart With Hooves
2334 Del Mar Rd
Norco, CA 92860
(951) 317-7781
NDR Riding Center
3659 Pedley Ave.
TRAX Equestrian Center
2121 St. Lawrence Avenue
Riverside, CA 92504
(951) 689-8009
TROT (Therapeutic Riding
of Temecula)
40001 Berenda Rd
Temecula CA
(858) 205-9161
Tri-Valley Little League, Inc.
PO Box 2555
Yucca Valley, CA 92286
(760) 365-1581 (main office)
(760) 365-1972 (player info)
Baseball and softball programs for
youth 6-18 years.
George F. Beattie Planetarium
San Bernardino Valley College
701 S. Mt. Vernon Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 384-8539
Public astronomy programs for the
public and for schools and private
groups. Preschool through adult. Call
for prices.
Los Rios Ranch
39610 Oak Glen Rd
Oak Glen, CA 92399
(909) 797-1005
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Activities include: raspberry, apple, and
cherry picking, Frontier Rendezvous,
Apple Blossom Festival, bakery, and
much more.
Moonridge Animal Park
Wildlife Center
43285 Goldmine Dr (PO Box 2832)
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
(909) 584-1299
(909) 866-0183 Zooline
Exhibits of non-releasable native wildlife.
Riley’s Log Cabin Farm
12261 S. Oak Glen Road
Yucaipa, California 92399
(909) 797-7534
Two, four & six hour tours for kids of
all ages with age appropriate activities. Custom tours include: ropemaking,
archery, cider pressing, cornhusk dollmaking, nature walk, etiquette, printing
w/ antique printing press, corn grinding,
johnny cake making, bible studies, colonial or square dancing, and much more.
Call for tour reservations.
Daniel B Milliken Planetarium
5885 Haven Ave
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
(909) 652-6000
Hour long multimedia presentations for
K-adult on most Friday’s at 7 pm. Private presentations as requested. $4 per
person. Group rates available.
Friday Night Live Programs
FNL/CL
Riverside County Liaison
3525 Presley Ave.
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 782-2400
San Bernardino County Liaison
351 N. Mountain View Ave.
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San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-6623
Friday Night Live (FNL), for High School
age students, and Club Live (CL), for
Junior High age students, are peer programs designed to pervent or reduce Alcohol, Tobacco, and other Drug use among
young people. Young people are encouraged to join FNL/CL chapters at their
schools, community centers and other
places where young gather.
Riverside Community Players
4026 Fourteenth Street
Riverside, California 92501-4003
(951) 369-1200
Fax: (951) 369-1261 )
Live Theater; $12 per show.
Actors Unlimited
Temecula, CA
Sponsored by the Christian Youth Theater, acting classes for individuals with
special needs, 16 years of age and older.
Call to register, 1.800.696.1929.
Castle Amusement Park
3500 Polk St
Riverside, CA
(951) 785-3000
Miniature Golf, pony rides, petting zoo,
go-carts, thrill rides, arcade, restaurant,
and more.
Riverside Municipal Museum
3580 Mission Inn Ave.
Riverside, CA 92501-3307
909-782-5273
Nature labs, and cultural and natural
history of Riverside and the region.
Tumble Jungle
Gymnastics and Fitness Class for Children. Developmentally Disabled Children welcome! C41735 Winchester Rd.
SuiteA
Temecula, CA 92590
(951) 296-0064
Tumble Tots
721 Nevada Street, Suite #210
Redlsnds, CA 92373
(909) 335-6780
TUMBLE TOTS is dedicated to the
educational, physical, and psychological
development of children through gymnastics.
Wetlands Explorations
Riverside County Park District
Hidden Valley Wildlife Area
11401 Arlington Ave
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 785-7452 (Diane Falconer)
Various nature programs including
walks, crafts and birdwatching. $2-3.
Reservations/sign-up usually required.
Jurupa Mountains Cultural Center
7621 Granite Hill Dr
Riverside, CA 92509
(951) 685-5818 (Marie)
Activities include: rock collecting with the
dinosaurs and Fossil Shack. Others upon
request. $5 per person.
U.S. Adaptive Recreation Center
43101 Goldmine Drive
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
(909) 584-0269
Web Site: www.usarc.org
Recreation and socialization for individuals with disabilities including skiing in
the winter and watersports of all types
during summer.as well as mountain biking.
RIDE A BIKE
(951) 683-7100
Call for a map of bike trails.
OUTSIDE SAN
BERNARDINO /
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Los Angeles Zoo
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 644-4200
Visitors can view more than 1,200
mammals, bird, amphibians and
reptiles representing more than 350
different species.
SeaWorld San Diego
500 Sea World Dr
San Diego, CA 92109
(619) 226-3915
(800)-257-4268
SeaWorld San Diego is an interactive
adventure park with many opportunities to see marine animals, birds and
entertainment shows year-round. All
ages are welcome. Call for current
admission fees.
San Diego Zoo
2920 Zoo Drive
San Diego, CA 92112
(619) 231-1515
The San Diego Zoo is world famous for
its wildlife conservation programs and
the Panda exhibit. Also available are
tours, educational programs, sleepovers and other special experiences
for visitors. Call for current admission
fees.
Wild Animal Park
15500 San Pasqual Valley Road
Escondido, CA 92027
(760) 747-8702
The Wild Animal Park was developed
by the San Diego Zoo to display animals in their natural environment
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without cages. Also available are safaris, educational programs, sleepovers
and other special experiences for visitors. Call for current admission fees.
Casa Colina Outdoor Adventures
255 East Bonita Avenue
PO Box 6001
Pomona, CA 91769-6001
(909) 596-7733 ext. 2200
Toll-free 866/724-4127
Web Site: www.casacolina.org/centers/
outdoor.shtml
The Outdoor Adventures program was
created by Casa Colina to safely provide high adventure experiences for
individuals with disabilities.
Danny’s Farm
Cal Poly Pomona Farm Store,
4102 S. University Dr.
Pomona, CA
(213) 607-4432
web site http://dannysfarm.org/
Danny’s Farm offers a safe and nurturing petting farm and social environment for children and adults with
autism and other developmental disabilities. Check beforehand for scheduled closure dates.
Don’t forget to ask for a copy of
our Recreation Guide for more information on recreational activities available in our two-county
area.
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INLAND
REGIONAL CENTER
RECREATION GUIDE
A city-by-city guide to some of
the activities sponsored by
City Recreation / Community
Services Departments
as well as County,
State, and Federal
parks and groups
that cater specifically to
individuals with
developmental disabilities.
VISIT A MUSEUM
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Riverside Art Museum
3425 Mission Inn Ave.
Riverside CA 92501
951 684-7111
Fax 951 684-7332
The California Museum of
Photography
3824 Main St.,
(Downtown Pedestrian Mall)
Riverside CA 92501
(951) 784-3686
Riverside Metropolitan Museum
3580 Mission Inn Avenue
Riverside, CA 92501
951-826-5273
March Field Air Museum
Van Buren Blvd. offramp on I-215
March Air Reserve Base, CA 92518
(909)697-6600 (Mae Burtness)
Emphasizes the evolution of military
air power. Displays feature military
aviation artifacts, engines and trainers from 1918 to present.
Art Works
4649 Brockton Ave (near 14th St)
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 781-6844
Sherman Indian Museum
9010 Magnolia Avenue
Riverside, CA 92503
(951)276-6719
World Museum of Natural History
La Sierra University, Cossentine Hall
4500 Riverwalk Pkwy (at Raley Dr)
(951) 785-2209
Orange Empire Railway Museum
2201 S. “A” St.,
Perris CA 92570
(951) 657-2605 info
(951) 943-3020 office
Over 150 old trains and street cars to
ride and see. Pinic area. Free parkin.
reptiles representing more than 350
different species.
Living Desert Zoo & Gardens
47-900 Portola Avenue
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-346-5694
1,200 acres with 400 desert animals
and botanical gardens, Hiking trails,
Native American exhibits.
Western Center for Archaeology &
Paleontology
2345 Searl Parkway
Hemet, CA 92543
(951) 791-0033
Web Site: westerncentermuseum.org
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
San Bernardino County Museums
2024 Orange Tree Lane,
Redlands,CA 92374
(909)307-2669
Branch Museums for San Bdno
County Museum
Agua Mansa Pioneer Cemetery
2001 E. Agua Mansa Road
Colton CA 92324
(909) 370-2091
John Rains House
8810 Hemlock St
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
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(909) 989-4970
Mousley Museum of Natural
History,
35308 Panorama Drive
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 790-3163
�Asistencia’ Mission
26930 Barton Road,
Redlands CA 92373
(909) 793-5402
Yorba & Slaughter Families
Adobe,
17127 Pomona Rincon Road,
Chino CA 91710
(909) 597-8332
Yucaipa Adobe
32183 Kentucky St
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 795-3485
Museum of History and Art
225 S. Euclid Ave
Ontario, CA 91761
(909)395-2501
Group can reserve time and have gallery attendants talk about Ontario
History. We have gallery sheets that
feature a scavenger hunt for inside/
outside museum. Ages 6-adult.
Hi-Desert Nature Museum
57116 Twenty-nine Palms Highway
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
(760) 369-7212
A family oriented facility related to
the Hi-Desert’s unique natural and
historical environments.
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Redlands Historical Glass
Museum
1157 N. Orange St
Redlands, CA 92373
(909) 798-0868
Visiting the museum will give you a
glimpse of how our 19th & early 20th
century ancestors lived. House in a
1903 Victorian style home. Ages 13
and up, no fee.
Calico Ghost Town
3660 Ghost Town Rd.
PO Box 638
Yermo, CA 92398
(760) 254-2122
Historic theme park.
LIVE PERFORMANCES
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Fox Performing Arts Center
Corner of Market & Mission Inn Ave.
Riverside, CA 92501
Fox Box Office: (951) 779-9805
Newly renovated performing arts center which features Broadway musicals,
plays, and special attractions from
around the world
Performance Riverside
4800 Magnolia Ave.,
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 222-8100
Riverside Children’s Theater
P.O. Box 5066
Riverside, Ca 92517
(951) 689-5660
California Riverside Ballet
3840 Lemon Street, SuiteB
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 787.7850
Riverside Lyric Opera
4035 Market St.
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 781-9561
Riverside County Philharmonic
3485 Mission Inn Avenue
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 787-0251
Riverside Concert Band
(951) 785-4281
Redlands, CA 92373
(909) 793.2909
Rialto Community Playhouse
150 East San Bernardino Ave.
Rialto, CA
(909) 873-8514
San Bernardino Theater of
Performing Arts
562 W. 4th St.
San Bernardino, CA
(909) 663-2293
Riverside Master Chorale
Riverside City College
(951) 222-8000, ext. 5806
Victoria Gardens Cultural Center
12505 Cultural Center Drive
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
(909) 477-2752
Kidstuff
3485 University Avenue
(in Life Arts Center)
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 784-5849
San Manuel Amphitheater
2575 Glen Helen Parkway
Devore, CA
(909) 880-6500
Riverside Community Players
4026 Fourteenth Street
Riverside, California 92501-4003
Tel: (951) 369-1200
Hi Desert Cultural Center
61231 Highway 62
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
(760).366.3777
Palm Springs Follies
128 South Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, California 92262
(760) 327-0225
SHOPPING
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
Downtown Pedestrian Mall
Main St between 5th & 10th St
Riverside
Lifehouse Theater
1135 N. Church St.
Redlands, CA 92374
Phone: (909) 335-3037
Redlands Footlighters Theater
1810 Barton Road
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Cabazon Outlet Mall
48750 Seminole Drive
Cabazon, CA 92230
Ph: (951) 922-3000
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Promenade at Dos Lagos
2780 Cabot Drive
Corona, CA 92883
(951) 277-7601
Lake Elsinore Outlets
17600 Collier Avenue
Lake Elsinore, CA 92503
951.245.0087
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
Victoria Gardens
12505 North Mainstreet
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
(909) 463-2830
Ontario Mills Mall
One Mills Circle
Ontario, CA 91764
(909) 484-8300
Lake Arrowhead Village
28200 Highway 189
Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352
(909) 337-3715 (Chamber of
Commerce)
Barstow Outlets
Directly off I-15 freeway at the
Lenwood 178 exit.
(760) 253-7342
VOLUNTEER
Volunteer at Your Local Library
Call your local Senior Center for
volunteer opportunities.
Mission Inn Foundation
3739 Sixth St
Riverside, CA
(951) 781-8241
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Theater Arts Guild
15615 8th Street
Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 243-7493
American Red Cross.
Call for volunteer opportunities
Riverside County
(951) 656-4218
San Bernardino County
(909) 888-1481
Animal Shelters
Riverside County
Banning: (951) 922-3301
Blythe: (760) 921-7857
Coachella Valley: (760) 343-3644
Riverside: 1 (888) 636-738
San Bernardino County
Apple Valley: (760) 961-7535
Barstow: (760) 252-4800
Big Bear: (909) 866-4943
Devore: (909) 887-8055
Hesperia: (760) 947-1700
Joshua Tree: (760) 366-3786
Rancho Cucamonga: (909) 466-PETS
San Bernardino: (909) 386-1400
29 Palms: (760) 367-0157
Upland: (909) 931-4185
Yucca Valley: (760) 365-3111
West End: (909)-947-3517
Volunteer Center of Riverside
County
2060 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 686-4402
Hands On Inland Empire
9624 Hermosa Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91307
909.980.2857 ext 228
High Desert Resource Network
P.O. Box 293928
Phelan, CA 92329
760-949-2930
Riverside County Sheriff
Volunteer
Cabazon. . . . . . . . . (951) 922-7100
Blythe . . . . . . . . . (760) 921-7900
Hemet. . . . . . . . . . (951) 791-3400
Indian Wells . . . . . . (760) 836-1600
Indio. . . . . . . . . . (760) 863-8990
Lake Elsinore. . . . . . (951) 245-3300
La Quinta. . . . . . . . (760) 863-8990
Moreno Valley. . . . . . (951) 486-6700
Norco. . . . . . . . . . (951) 955-2600
Palm Desert. . . . . . . (760) 836-1600
Perris . . . . . . . . . (951) 210-1000
Rancho Mirage. . . . . . (760) 836-1600
Riverside. . . . . . . . (951) 955-2600
San Jacinto. . . . . . . (951) 654-2702
Temecula . . . . . . . . (951) 696-3000
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s
Volunteer Forces Unit
655 E Third Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415
909-387-0641
Riverside Metropolitan Museum
3580 Mission Inn Ave
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 826-5273.
March of Dimes
Inland Empire Division
3600 Lime Street, #521
Riverside, CA, 92501
Phone: (951) 341-0903
Hospital Volunteering
Colton
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center
(909) 580-6340
Hemet
Hemet Valley Medical Center
(951) 925-6389
Joshua Tree
Hi-Desert Medical Center
(760) 366-6281
Loma Linda
Loma Linda University
Medical Center
(909) 558-4654
Loma Linda University
Children’s Hospital
(909) 558-8022
Jerry L. Pettis Veteran’s Hospital
(909) 825-7084
Moreno Valley
Riverside Regional Medical Center
Volunteer Dept – (951) 486-5520
Murrieta / Temecula
Southwest Healthcare System
(951) 696-6104
Palm Springs
Desert Regional Medical Center
(760) 323-6394
Rancho Mirage
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Eisenhower Medical Center
(760) 340-3911
Redlands
Redlands Community Hospital
(909) 335-5526
Riverside
Parkview Community Hospital
(951) 688-2211 ext. 1400
Riverside Community Hospital
Telephone: (951) 788-3000
San Bernardino
St. Bernardine Medical Center
(909) 475-2574
Sun City
Menifee Valley Medical Center
(951) 679-8888 ext.7254
Victorville
Victor Valley Community Hospital
(760) 245-8691
Carolyn E. Wylie Center for
Children Youth & Families
4164 Brockton Ave. (1st floor)
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 683-5193 ext. 24
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Adopt-A-Street Program
Riverside County
(951) 683-7100
Adopt-A-Street Program
Apple Valley
(760) 240-7000 x 7072
Hesperia
(760) 947-1589
Redlands
(909) 798-7655
San Bernardino
(909) 384-5203
29 Palms
(760) 367-6799
Victorville
(760) 955-5095
League of Women Voters
568 No. Mt. View Ave. Ste. 150
San Bernardino, CA 92401
909-338-4163 (or leave messages at
909-889-8600)
The camps listed below have included
the needs of campers with developmental disabilities.
Camp Paivika
800 Playground Drive
Crestline, CA 92325
(909) 338-1102
Pilgrim Pines Camp
39570 Glen Rd.
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 797-1821
YMCA Camp Oakes
Big Bear
Camp Coordinator:
(909) 585-2020
Kris’ Camp / Idyllwild
For children with Autism
For general inquiries, and to be placed
on mailing list, please contact:
Leidy van Ispelen, Assistant Director
Phone (Mountain Time Zone):
(801) 733-0721
Email: [email protected]
Mailing Address: 3359 Creek Road,
Salt Lake City, UT 84121
Traditional camps:
Camp Azalea Trails
Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council
(909) 307-6555
Camp Edwards YMCA
Angelus Oaks, 92305
42842 Jenks Road East
(mailings: P.O. Box 277)
(909) 809-0814 or email
[email protected]
Camp Cherry Valley
Catalina Island
Boy Scouts of America
3450 E. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107-1934
(626) 351-8815 Ext. 237 or 249
Cuyammaca Outdoor School
12561 Highway 79
Descanso, CA 91916
(858) 292-3694
Camp Fox Outdoor School
24102 Highway 76
Santa Ysabel, CA 92070
(858) 292-3694
Joni & Friends
Murrieta
(606) 275-2568 (Arizona)
e-mail: [email protected]
Arrowhead Lutheran Camp
P.O. Drawer 11
Crest Park, CA 92326
(909) 336-2076
-------------------------------------------------One day surfing camp for children
with autism:
All Nations Camp Wrightwood
P.O. Box 1956
Wrightwood, CA 99237
(760) 249-3822
Surfers Healing Autism
Must register online
http://surfershealing.org/
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Camp Cherith At Sky Meadows
P.O. Box 400610
Hesperia, CA 92340
(909) 866-9366
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RIVERSIDE & SAN
BERNARDINO COUNTY
SERVING SENIOR
CITIZENS
Southern California Edison
Income Qualified Programs
P.O. Box 6400
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729
1-800-447-6620
Provides Services to needy Customers:
Lighting, Cooling, and Weatherization. May be eligible for 20% discount
on electric rate
riverside & san bernardino
counties
HICAP
Health Ins. Counseling & Advocacy
Program
1737 Atlanta Suite H5
Riverside, CA 92507
(800) 434-0222
A State Health Insurance Assistance
Program, providing Counseling &
Advocacy in MediCare related issues,
health insurance, HMO’s Medicare
billing and LTC.
National Indian Council on Aging
5997 Brockton Ave. Ste c
Riverside, CA 92506
(951) 369-8581
Program offers employment.
Family Service Association/
Offers senior services to residents of
the Inland Empire and Desert Communities.
Senior Specialty Services: Daybreak
Adult Day Services - a place for seniors to stay giving caregivers a break
Administration telephone:
(951) 686-1096.
Senior Nutrition Services: Provides hot, nutritious meals to seniors
throughout Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
Administration telephone:
(951) 342-3057
Senior Specialty Service Locations:
Daybreak Adult Day Services
1075 N.State St.
Hemet, CA 92543
(951) 791-3556
Kay Ceniceros Senior Center
29995 Evans Rd.
Sun City, CA 92586
(951) 672-9673
Life Services, Inc.
1111 N Brand Blvd Ste K
Glendale, CA 91202
(818 )547-0585
Assists seniors in life and financial
planning, and provides legal guardians for those unable to care for themselves. Serves all of So-California.
Senior Nutrition Services Locations
NOT-FOR-PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS
Riverside County
Banning Nutrition
78Q-N San Gorgonio
Banning, CA 92220
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Mission Villas Senior Housing
5870 Mission Blvd.
Rubidoux, CA 92509
(951) 276-1952
(951) 849-1920
Calimesa Nutrition
908 Park Avenue
Calimesa, CA 92320
(909) 446-107
San Bernardino County
Delmann Heights Nutrition
2969 North Flores
San Bernardino, CA 92405
(909) 887-2115
Hemet Nutrition
305 E. Devonshire
Hemet, CA 92543
(951) 652-3212
Grand Terrace Nutrition
22627 Grand Terrace Rd.
Grand Terrace, CA 92313
(909)-514-1672
Kay Ceniceros Senior Center
29995 Evans Rd.
Sun City, CA 92586
(951) 672-9673
Home of Neighborly Service
839 N. Mt. Vernon Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92411
(909) 388-4206
Mead Valley Community Center
21091 Rider St.
Perris, CA 92570
(951)-657-0686
Hutton Center Nutrition
660 Colton Ave.
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 825-1743
Moreno Valley Nutrition
25075 Fir Avenue
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
(951) 247-1667
Joshua Tree Center
6171 Sunburst
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
(760) 366-2471
San Jacinto Nutrition
625 S. Pico
San Jacinto, CA 92583
(951) 654-2054
Luque Nutrition
292 East O St.
Colton, CA 92324
(909) 824-9270
North Norton Nutrition
24424 Monterey
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(909) 386-5100
Redlands Nutrition
111A W. Lugonia
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 793-6999
Twenty Nine Palms Nutrition
6539 Adobe Rd.
Twenty Nine Palms, CA 92277
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(760) 367-3891
Wonder Valley Nutrition
6539 Amboy Rd.
Wonder Valley, CA 92277
(760) 367-1678
Yucaipa Nutrition
12202 First St.
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 790-3170
Yucca Valley Nutrition
57088 Twenty Nine Palms Hwy.
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
(760) 2285453
Senior Corps
Senior Corps connects today’s over 55s
with the people and organizations that
need them most on a volunteer basis.
For more information on available
programs, call 1-800-424-8867; or
e-mail [email protected]
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Riverside County Office on Aging
6296 Rivercrest Dr. Ste K
Riverside, CA 92507
(951) 867-3800
1-800-510-2020
Administers and implements program
development and coordination of senior services in Riverside County. For
a list of available services, call the toll
free number listed above.
Senior Nutrition programs
Riverside Co./Office of Aging
6296 River Crest Dr., Ste K
Riverside, CA 92507
1-800-510-2020
Senior nutrition at 20 different sites
throughout the county.
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Riverside Co Public Social Services - Adult Services
4060 County Circle Drive
Riverside, CA. 92503
(951) 358-3000
DPSS Adult Services provides social
service programs that help Riverside
County’s elderly and disabled citizens
to live safely while maintaining as
much independence as possible.
Senior Home Repair
Economic Development Agency
3403 10th Street, Suite 500
Riverside, CA 92501
1.800.510.2020 (Contact Office on Aging to streamline application process)
Free minor home repair program for
low income seniors and disabled persons who own and occupy their homes.
Riverside County Behavioral
Health
Older Adult Services
Provides provides mental health services to older adults, age 60 years and
above focusing on wellness, recovery,
and resiliency.
Older Adult Senior Services
Serves the special needs of severely
mentally ill adults age 60 and older.
Older Adult Service Locations
68-625 Perez Rd., Ste 11
Cathedral City, CA 92234
(760) 773-6767
650 N. State Street
Hemet, CA 92543
(951) 791-3388
31946 Mission Trails Suite B
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
(951) 245-7791
10182 Indiana Ave.
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 509-2400
Older Adult Senior Svcs Locations
47-825 Oasis Street
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 863-8455
1688 N. Perris Blvd., Suites L7-L11
Perris, CA 92571
(951) 443-2200
10182 Indiana Ave.
Riverside, CA 92503
(951) 509-2400
Volunteer Center of Riverside
County Programs
2060 University Ave, #212
Riverside, CA 92517-5376
Shared Housing Program
(951) 686-4402
Program developed to promote
home sharing.
Ombudsman for Long Term Care
(951) 686-4402 - Monday through
Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
1 (800) 464-1123 - Monday through
Friday (after 5:00 p.m.),
Saturday, Sunday and Holiday
Investigates to resolve problems
of older patients and residents of
long-term care facilities in
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
CITY SENIOR CENTERS
City sponsored senior centers serving
the needs of the seniors by offering a
variety of classes, activities and special events. In addition to social and
fitness programs these centers act as a
referral agency to assist seniors. Some
centers offer a daily lunch program for
seniors.
Banning Senior Center
769 N. San Gorgonio Avenue
Banning, CA 92220
(951) 922-3250
Albert A. Chatigny Community
Recreation Center (Beaumont)
1310 Oak Valley Parkway
Beaumont, CA 99223
Offers a number of senior services and
activities which are offered on an ongoing basis.
Norton Younglove Multipurpose
Senior Center (Calimesa)
908 Park Avenue
Calimesa, CA 92320
(909) 795-2287
Community Center at Tierra
del Sol (Cathedral City)
37-171 West Buddy Rogers Avenue
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Cathedral City, CA 92234
(800) 778-7706
Desert Hot Springs Senior Center
11-777 West Dr.
Desert Hot Springs, Ca. 92240
(760)-329-6411 ext 210
Indio Senior Center
45-700 Aladdin Street
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 391-4170
Eleanor Shadowen Senior Center
(Coachella)
1540 7th Street
Coachella, CA 92236
(760) 398-0104
La Quinta Senior Center
78-450 Avenue La Fonda
P.O. Box 1504
La Quinta, CA 92253
(760) 564-0096
Corona Senior Center
921 South Belle Avenue
Corona, CA
James Simpson Memorial Center
(Hemet)
305 E Devonshire Ave,
Hemet, CA 92543
(951) 765-2390
Canyon Lake Senior Center
23307 Canyon Lake Dr. South
(951) 244-6841 x650
Lake Elsinore Senior Center
420 E. Lakeshore Drive
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
(951) 674-2526
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Moreno Valley Senior Center
25075 Fir Ave
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
(951) 413-3430
Murrieta Senior Center
41717 Juniper Street
Murrieta, CA 92562
(951) 304-7275
Norco Senior Center
2690 Clark Avenue
Norco CA 92860
(951) 270-5647
Perris Senior Center
100 N. “D” St.
Perris, CA 92570
(951) 657-7334
Janet Goeske Center (Riverside)
5257 Sierra Street
Riverside, CA 92504
951-351-8800
Dales Senior Center (Riverside)
3936 Chestnut Street
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 826.5303
Mary Phillips Senior Center
(Temecula)
41845 6th Street
Temecula, CA 92590
(951) 694-6464
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
NOT-FOR-PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS
SERVING SENIOR
CITIZENS
BLYTHE
Colorado River Senior/Community
Center
HCR 20
P.O. Box 3408
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 922-6133
Senior recreaton and activities, daily
lunches, info & referrals.
Ageless Reflections
Blythe Senior Citizens Center
445 N. Broadway
Blythe, CA 92225
(760) 922-8830
Senior Center providing a variety of
social and recreational activities.
COACHELLA VALLEY
Mizell Senior Center
480 S. Sunrise Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760) 323-5689
A non-profit seniors organization
which offers a wide variety of services
including bingo, bridge, dance, counseling, social activities, lunch program
and many others.
Golden Rainbow Senior Center
700 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 416-7790
A senior center that promotes health,
wellness, and social programs to the
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community in the Coachella Valley.
Joslyn Cove Senior Center
73-750 Catalina Way
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760) 340-3220
The Joslyn Senior Center is a nonprofit, community organization providing
programs, services and activities for
adults 50 and better in Indian Wells,
Rancho Mirage and Palm Desert
Eisenhower Med Ctr Five Star
Club
Adult Day Care Center
42201 Beacon Hill Ste 1
Palm Desert, CA 92211
(760) 836-0232
Not for profit organization which offers social activities and personal care
for the frail elderly and respite and
supportive services for caregivers. Discounts and scholarships are available
for those on a limited budget
RIVERSIDE
Eddie Dee Smith Senior Center
5888 Mission Blvd.
Riverside, CA 92509
(951) 275-9975
Senior services, social and recreational
activities, food programs, trips and
tours, outreach to homebound frail.
Riverside Meals On Wheels
4845 Brockton Ave.
Riverside CA 92506-0134
(951) 683-7151
City of Riverside nonprofit volunteer
organization providing noon-time delivery of hot, nutritious meals, Monday
through Friday to senior and disabled
housebound residents in the city limits
of Riverside, California
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SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
Senior Training and Employment
Program (STEP)
686 E. Mill Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 891-3913
The offers part-time on-the-job training positions to qualified persons. To
qualify for the program a person must
be at least fifty-five (55) years old, an
unemployed resident of San Bernardino County, and meet federal lowincome guidelines.
County Office on Aging
Senior Centers
Senior Centers provide the senior
population of San Bernardino County
a place to congregate and participate
in a wide range of activities.
Adelanto Senior Center
11565 Cortez Street
Adelanto CA 92301
(760) 246-7736
Apple Valley Senior Center
14933 Wakita Road
Apple Valley, CA 92307
(760) 247-3155
Baker Valley Senior Center
P.O. Box 28
Baker, CA 92309
(760) 733-4485
Barstow Senior Center
555 Melissa
Barstow, CA 92311
(760) 256-9111
Big Bear Valley Senior Center
146
42651 Big Bear Blvd.
Big Bear CA 92314
(909) 584-0323
Bloomington Senior Center
18317 Valley Blvd.
Bloomington, CA 92316
(909) 877-4310
Bonnie Baker Senior Center
149350 Ukiah Trail
Big River CA 92242
(760) 665-2667
Casa Ramona Senior Program
1524 W. 7th St.
San Bernardino CA 92311
(909) 889-0011
Chino Senior Center
13170 Central Ave
Chino 91710
(909) 591-9836
Delmann Heights Senior Center
2969 North Flores
San Bernardino 92405
(909) 887-2115
El Mirage Senior Club
1488 Milton
El Mirage 92301
(760) 388-4429
George White Senior Center
856 S. Nuevo Ave.
Fontana 92335
(909) 822-4493
Gibson Senior Center
250 N. Third St.
Upland 91786
(909) 981-4501
Grand Terrace Senior Center
22627 Grand Terrace Rd.
Grand Terrace 92313
(909) 824-1491
Havasu Lake Senior Center
So. 17 Mile Rd.
Havasu Lake 92363
(760) 858-4336
Hesperia Senior Center
16292 Lime St.
Hesperia 92345
(760) 244-1680
Highland Senior Center
3102 E. Highland Ave.
Highland 92369
(909) 862-8104
Hinkley Senior Center
35779 Mt. View
Hinkley 92347
(760) 253-4677
Home of Neighborly Senior Center
839 N. Mt. Vernon
San Bernardino 92311
(909) 885-3491
Hootman Senior Center
2929School Rd.
Running Springs 92382 (
909) 867-3176
Hutton Senior Center
660 Colton Ave.
Colton 92324
(909) 370-6168
James Brulte Senior Center
1120 Baseline Rd.
Rancho Cucamonga 91730
(909) 477-2780
Jessie Turner Senior Center
6396 Citrus Ave.
Fontana 92336
(909) 428-8372
Josephine Knopf Senior Center
8384 Cypress Ave.
Fontana 82335
(909) 428-8376
Landers Senior Center
58380 Reche Rd.
Landers 92285
(760) 364-3936
Leisure Shores Senior Center
24658 San Moritz Dr.
Crestline 92325
(909) 338-5036
Luque Senior Center
292 East “O” Street
Colton 92324
(909) 370-5087
Lucerne Valley Senior Club
10431 Allen Way
Lucerne Valley 92356
(760) 248-2248
Mentone Senior Center
1331 Opal Ave.
Mentone 92359
(909) 794-0327
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Montclair Senior Center
5111 Benito
Montclair 91763
(909) 625-9462
Mountain Communities Senior
Center
675 Grandview Rd.
Twin Peaks 92391
(909) 337-1824
Needles Senior Center
1699 Bailey
Needles 92363
(760) 326-5643
Newberry Springs Senior Center
3383 Newberry Rd.
Newberry Springs 92365
(760) 257-3284
Oldtimers Foundation Senior
Center
8572 Sierra Ave.
Fontana 92335
(909) 829-0384
(760) 868-8637
Red Mountain Senior Center
P.O. Box 824
Red Mountain 92558
(760) 374-2201
Redlands Community Senior Center
111 W. Lugonia
Redlands 92373
(909) 798-7579
Redlands Joslyn Senior Center
21 Grant St.
Redlands 92373
(909) 798-7550
Rialto Senior Center
14111 S. Riverside Ave.
Rialto 92376
(909) 877-9706
San Bernardino Senior Center
600 W. 5 th St.
San Bernardino 92410
(909) 384-5430
Ontario Community Senior Center
225 East “B” St.
Ontario 92764
(909) 395-2021
Trona Senior Center
13187 Market St.
Trona 93562
(760) 372-5889
Perris Hill Park Senior Center
780 E. 21 st St.
San Bernardino 92418
(909) 384-5436
Victorville Activity Center
15075 Hesperia Rd.
Victorville 92392
(760) 245-7047
Phelan Senior Center
9856 Sheep Creek Rd.
Phelan 92371
(760) 868-8067
Victorville Senior Center
14874 Mojave Dr.
Victorville 92392
(760) 245-5018
Pinon Hills Senior Center
10433 Mountain Rd.
Pinon Hills 92371
Wonder Valley Senior Center
80526 ВЅ Amboy Rd.
148
Twentynine Palms 92277
(760) 367-1678
Wrightwood Senior Center
P.O. Box 607
Wrightwood 92397
(760) 249-3854
Yucaipa Senior Center
12202 First St.
Yucaipa 92399
(909) 797-1177
Yucca Valley Senior Center
57088 29 Palms Hwy
Yucca Valley 92284
(760) 228-5453
Yucca Valley ONLY
YANA Phone Alert to address seniors who otherwise have no daily
contact. To sign up:
From Morongo Valley, Yucca Valley,
Landers, Flamingo Heights, Yucca
Mesa and Johnson Valley, call (760)
365-9413
From Joshua Tree, Copper Mountain
Mesa, call (760) 366-4175
From Twentynine Palms, Desert
Heights, Wonder Valley, Amboy,
Cadiz, call (760) 367-9546.
San Bernardino County
Behavioral Health
Agewise Program
850 E. Foothill Blvd.
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 421-9470 1(800) 451-5633
This program provides in-home behavioral health and case management
services to mentally ill older adults
(60+ years of age). For services we
cannot provide Agewise assists in
linking clients to available community
resources.
SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTY
NOT-FOR-PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS
SERVING SENIOR
CITIZENS
Senior Help Line
Community Senior Services
141 Spring St
Claremont, CA 91711
(909) 625-4600
Referral and assistance program for
seniors, the disabled and caregivers.
�Just for Seniors’
Loma Linda University
Medical Center
25333 Barton Rd.
Loma Linda, CA 92354
Free community membership for
people 55 and older. Offers free newsletter and discounts at fitness center,
cafeteria and gift shop. Seminars and
classes on senior issues.
Senior Needs
Victor Valley Resource Council
16692 Mojave Dr.,
Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 243-9646
This programs provides minor home
repair and home modification for lowmoderate income seniors. Also offered
are referrals to a host of agencies for
work experience, training and services.
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PSYCHIATRIC
Loma Linda University Behavioral
Medicine Center
1710 Barton Road
Redlands, CA 92373
(909) 558-9275
The seniors psychiatry program is an
INPATIENT program specially designed
for the older adult needing assessment
and treatment of an acute psychiatric
disorder. The unit is separate from the
other treatment programs, and the staff
has been trained for the unique problems associated with treating seniors.
Home Instead Senior Care
The Home Instead Senior Care family network of locally owned franchise
offices was developed with a desire to
help your family keep your aging mother, father, grandparents or friends in
their home as they grow older.
Home Instead Senior Care provides
non-medical based, home care services
to those who desire it, such as assistance with trips to the doctor, reminders to take the right medication at the
right time, meal preparation, light
housekeeping, errands,and shopping
Locations:
Riverside
6751 Brockton Ave
Riverside, CA 92506
951-369-7047
Hemet, Banning
414 S. Palm Ave. Suite A
Hemet, CA 92543
(951) 929-1050
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Palm Springs, Palm Desert
74140 El Paseo, Suite 2B
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760) 674.1905
Riverside Southwest County
25136 Hancock Ave., Suite A
Murrieta, CA 92562
(951) 696-2100
San Bernardino
1430 East Cooley Drive
Suite 120
Colton, CA 92324
909-370-0343
Rancho Cucamonga/Upland/Ontario
9213 Archibald Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 476-9030
Victorville/Apple Valley/Hesperia
13334 Amargosa Rd
Victorville, CA 92392
760-843-5655
Canine Support Team, Inc.
PO Box 891767,
Temecula, CA 92589
951-301-3625
Trains assistance dogs for persons
with disabilities other than blindness.
Service dogs assist with a variety of
daily tasks. Social dogs may also be
placed with individuals in nursing
homes or in group care facilities.
Canine Companions for
Independence
124 Rancho del Oro Drive
Oceanside, CA 92057
(760) 901-4300
Toll Free: (800) 572-BARK (2275)
TDD: (760) 901-4326
Train four types of assistance dogs:
Service Dogs, Skilled Companions,
Hearing Dogs and Facility Dogs.
Guide Dogs of the Desert
60740 Dillon Rd.
P.O. Box 1692
Palm Springs, CA 92263
(760) 329-6257
or
(888) 883-0022
Train guide dogs for the legally blind.
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International Shriners Headquarters
Job Accommodations Network
(800) 237-5055
(800) 526-7234
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International
(800) 223-1138
National Association for Parents of the Visually Impaired
National Association for Sickle Cell Disease
(800) 562-6265
(800) 421-8453
National Cancer Institute Information resource Branch (800) 4-CANCER
National Captioning Institute
(800)-374-3986
National Braille Institute (800) 272-4553
National Center for Shuttering
(800) 221-2483
National Child Abuse Hotline
(800) 4-A-CHILD
National Down Syndrome Congress
(800) 232-6372
National Down Syndrome Society (800) 221-4602
National Easter Seal Society
(800) 221-6827
National Fragile X Foundation
(800) 688-8765
National Information Center on Children and Youth with Handicaps
(NICHCY)
(800) 695-0285
National Library Service for the Blind and
Physically Handicapped
(800) 424-8567
National Mental Health Association Crsis Line (800) 273-TALK
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National Neurofibromatosis Foundation (800)-323-7938
National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)
National Spinal Cord Injury Hotline
Reyes Syndrome
(800) 999-6673
(800)962-9629
(800) 233-7393
Social Security Administration
(800) 772-1213
Spina Bifida Association of America
(800) 621-3141
Stuttering Foundation of America (800) 992-9392
Tourette Syndrome Association
(800) 237-0717
United Cerebral Palsy Association (800) 872-5827
United Scleraderma Foundation
(800) 722-HOPE
Western Union-Braille/Large Print Telegrams
(800) 325-6000
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