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Mental Health & Community Resources

UUSD WELLNESS CENTER 

Please visit the UUSD Wellness center for resources and support for mental health and well being

UUSD Wellness Center

The resource guide listed below has been compiled for the convenience of the families of our students. If you are unable to locate the service you need, call the info line at 211 listed under Community Services. Info Line 211 is the largest information and referral program in California and a referral specialist can direct you to the most appropriate agency.
 
Crisis Hotlines (Suicide Prevention)
*Please dial 911 in case of emergency and imminent danger*

DISTRICT VIRTUAL WELLNESS CENTER

District Virtual Wellness Center

CARE SOLACE

 Care SOLACE can help you with substance abuse or mental health. They provide help with finding a medical provider that will work with you whether or not you have insurance. Care Solace is on a mission to calm the chaos associated with mental healthcare coordination for high school and college students. The organization’s web-based system works alongside multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) as a tool for school staff and families to connect with community-based mental healthcare resources and providers. The proprietary care navigation system taps into a vast database of mental healthcare resources to find carefully vetted local therapists and programs in minutes.Care Solace provides the network necessary to help faculty, students and families determine when support is needed, and assists in coordinating community-based mental healthcare options. 

You can expect the following from Care Solace:

  • Parents are provided an individualized pathway of mental health care specifically for their loved ones needs.
  • Tap into our Care Concierge Program to fill the gap of referring care and ensuring parents take advantage of your resources. Let us be your parents' concierge care service by helping them navigate their insurance and showing them where to go for help.
  • 24x7 parent and district staff support. We speak Spanish!

Here is the link for help: Link to Care SOLACE

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Mental health problems can be very common.  In fact, an estimated 50% of all Americans will experience a mental health challenge at some point in their lifetime.

Upland Unified School District recognizes that our students experience mental health issues and seeks to promote their emotional, psychological, and social well-being.  

HOW TO GET SUPPORT AND ACCESS SERVICES

  • Discuss your concerns with your child’s school counselor, psychologist, nurse, or administrato
  • Contact the UUSD Counseling Center      909-949-6526 or 909-949-1070   

  • Contact your health insurance provider to find out what services are covered and how to obtain a referral.

CRISIS COUNSELING SERVICES

San Bernardino County Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT)

909-458-1517           909-535-1316 (afterhours)

 

San Bernardino County Mental Health Services- Crisis Walk-In Clinic (M-F 8am-10pm/ Sat 8-5pm)   (All ages) 

850 E. Foothill Blvd, Rialto, CA

909-421-9495

 

San Bernardino County Merrill Center- 24hr Crisis Stabilization Unit   (13 years and older)

14677 Merrill Ave, Fontana, CA

951-643-2340

 

Canyon Ridge Hospital    (13 years and older)

5353 G Street, Chino, CA

909-590-3700

 

Crisis Text Line    24/7 crisis support

Text HOME to 741741

 

Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center      (All ages)

1710 Barton Road, Redlands, CA

909-558-9344

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

800-273-8255   800-273-TALK

Project Sister Family Services    

909-626-HELP (4357)   24 Hour Rape Crisis Hotline

909-623-1619 or 626-915-2535   Counseling services for sexual assault and child abuse survivors

 

San Bernardino County Children & Family Services 

Child Abuse Hotline

1-800-827-8724

 

San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services 

800-656-4673 (National Toll Free Number)     909-885-8884 (Inland Empire)   Both numbers 24hr hotlines

 

TEEN Line    A hotline staffed by teens, offers active listening, crisis intervention, and resources.

1-800-TLC-TEEN (852-8336)

 

Trevor Life Line A national 24-hour confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth

866-488-7386

COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES

Mental Health Systems-One Stop TAY Center

316 East E St., Ontario, CA

909-983-4466

 

Samaritan Counseling Center

1126 W. Foothill Blvd., Upland, CA

909-985-0513

 

South Coast Community Services  

1-877-527-7227

 

University of Phoenix

3110 E. Guasti Road,     Ontario, CA

909-472-3798

 

West End Family Counseling Services

855 N. Euclid Ave., Ontario, CA

909-983-2020

ALCOHOL & DRUG REFERRALS

Dept. Behavioral Health, Substance Use Disorder and Recovery Services

Screening, Assessment & Referral Center (SARC)

2940 Inland Empire Blvd., Ontario, CA

909-458-1376

 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration SAMHSA

National Helpline  1-800-662-HELP (4357)

RECURSOS DE SALUD MENTAL

Recursos de Salud Mental (PDF)

Emergency Numbers & Hotlines

211 (United Way Hotline) – call for local resources

Suicide Prevention

800-273-TALK (8255)

Info & Referral 24 Hour Hotline

(Drug & Alcohol Only)

800-662-HELP (4357)

Community Crisis Response Team (available 24/7)

909-458-1517 office 909-535-1316 pager (after hours)

National Domestic Violence Hotline

800-799-SAFE (7233)

House of Ruth (Domestic Violence)

24 Hour Crisis Hotline 877-988-5559

Option House (Domestic Violence)

24 Hour Crisis Hotline

909-381-3471

Rape/Sexual Assault Center

24 Hour Crisis Hotline

909-885-8884

800-656-4673

National Child Sexual Abuse Helpline

866-367-5444

Child Abuse Hotline

909-384-9233

800-827-2724

Basic Needs: Food Banks

 

San Bernardino County Food Bank

call for information

909-723-1580

Lifeway Church Ministries

7477 Vineyard Ave, Ranch Cucamonga

909-948-5557

first Saturday of every month 11:am – 1pm

San Bernardino County Food Bank –

Pentecostal Community Outreach Church

280 N. Vista Pl., Upland 909-920-3891

Cucamonga Christian Fellowship

11376 5th St, Rancho Cucamonga 909-945-5333

last sat of the month ,10am-12pm & Sundays, 12:45-2pm

Inland Valley Hope Partners – Claremont Center

660 N. Mountain Ave., Claremont

909-622-3806 ext 401

M & TH 8:00-6:00pm

(once every 30 days)

Inland Valley Hope Partners – SOVA Program Center

904 E. California St., Ontario 909-622-3806 ext 200

Thursdays 8am-6pm

(once every 30 days)

Inland Valley Hope Partners – Upland Center

814 Alpine St., Upland

909-622-3806 Every 3rd Wednesday 5:30-7:30pm

Christian Life Center Apostolic Church

718 E. Maitland, Ontario

909-982-1676 2nd Saturday each month

Foothill Family Shelter 1501 W.9th St., Upland 909-920 0453

Closed on Mondays, Closed for Lunch from 12 to 1 pm limited program provides food, diapers, formula and other baby items (once every 30 days per family)

Abundant Family Church

9269 Utica Ave, Ste 125, Rancho Cucamonga 909-987-7110

T & TH 4-7pm, Sat 10am-1pm

Food, clothing, hygiene products and household items

The Salvation Army 1412 S. Euclid Ave., Ontario

909-986-6748

Food distribution & meals provided

Upland Church of Christ

331 W. 9th St., Upland

909-982-1676

2nd & 4th Monday 10-11am (clothes also available)

Inland Valley Hope Partners -Beta Center

209 W. Pearl, Pomona

909-622-3806 ext 301

M-TH 9am-3pm

Inland Valley Hope Partners- Pomona

1753 N. Park Ave, Pomona 909-622-3806 

food security program (once every 30 days)

St. Joseph ‘s Church –His Hands Ministry ( Upland residents only) 837 N. Campus Ave, Upland

909-981-8110

Food Pantry M –TH 9-11am;sat 11am-3pm

Water of Life

8440 Nuevo Ave, Fontana

909-803-1059

Food warehouse T & TH 2-6pm; USDA distribution 4th Thursday of the month starts at 11:30am

Fresh Start Ministries & Community Services

1205 N. Baker Ave., Ontario

909-988-7942 

 909-630-2662

Provides food donations and other community resources

Rancho Cucamonga Family Resource Center

9791 Arrow Rte, Rancho Cucamonga

909-477-2781

Food pantry Tuesdays 12-3pm; clothes every 1st Friday of the month 12-3pm. Hygiene products available upon request

Basic Needs: Clothes/Shoes

Foothill Family Shelter 

1501 W. 9th St., Upland

909-920 0453

Closed on Mondays, Closed for Lunch from 12 to 1 pm

limited program provides food, diapers, formula and other baby items (once every 30 days per family)

Abundant Family Church

9269 Utica Ave, Ste 125, Rancho Cucamonga

909-476-0300

T & TH 4-7pm, Sat 10am-1pm

Food, clothing, hygiene products and household items

Outreach Nation

9155 Archibald Ave.,Ste. 104

Rancho Cucamonga 

909-825-8080

from 1:00-3:00 Saturdays (call to confirm) Provides new and secondhand shoes for individuals and families

Christian Development Center

5080 Kingsley Ave., Montclair

909-624-8100

4th Saturday of the month 8am-12pm

 

Clothes and shoes for children and adults

Lifeway Church Ministries

7477 Vineyard Ave., Rancho Cucamonga

909-948-5557

Saturday 9am-1pm

Provides new and used clothing

Foothill Family Thrift Store

 

1250 W. Foothill Blvd., Upland CA 91786

909-982-1785

 

M-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 12-4pm

Christian Life Center Apostolic Church

718 Maitland, Ontario

 

909-947-7629

2nd Saturday of the month Provides donated clothing that may include children’s clothes, work clothes, maternity clothes and shoes.

Rancho Cucamonga Family Resource Center 9791 Arrow Rte, Rancho Cucamonga

909-477-2781

Food pantry Tuesdays 12-3pm; clothes every 1st Friday of the month 12-3pm. Hygiene products available upon request

Discovery Shop (Discount/Thrift Store)

1236 W. Foothill Blvd., Upland

909-981-7466

 

M-F 10am-5pm

 

Basic Needs: Shelter/Resources

Foothill Family Shelter

 

1501 W. 9th St., Upland

909-920 0453

Closed on Mondays, Closed for Lunch from 12 to 1 pm

120 day transitional program, one year program, low-cost permanent housing

Inland Valley Hope Partners

1753 N. Park Ave, Pomona

909-622-3806 

Emergency housing, food, emergency rental/utility assistance/motel vouchers, support services

Water of Life – Homeless Ministry

8440 Nuevo Ave., Fontana

909-803-1059

Referrals for shelter. Provides hygiene kits, food bags, blankets, clothes.

Mercy House

453 S. Bon View, Ontario

909-391-2630 

Provides hygiene kits and some food, Walk- in resource center for housing needs.

House of Ruth (Domestic Violence)

522 N. Fern Ave. , Ontario

877-988-5559 24HR HOTLINE

909-391-4515

Provides domestic violence services and shelter

Option House (Domestic Violence)

813 N. D St., Suite A, San Bernardino

909-383-1602

Provides domestic violence services: shelter, counseling, basic needs, legal services, free parenting classes.

Path of Life Ministries – Shelter

 

6216 Brockton Ave #211, Riverside

951-683-4101 (shelter for individuals)

951-275-8755 (shelter for families)

951-351-4418 (shelter for youth)

 

Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, recovery homes, and health care services.

Pacific Lifeline (Transitional/Long Term Shelter)

909-931-2624

Pacific Lifeline

Program only available to women with children. Includes case management, therapy, food support.

Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County

696 S. Tippecanoe Ave., San Bernardino

 

909-723-1560

Provides emergency assistance, transitional housing, case management.

Rancho Cucamonga Family Resource Center

 

9791 Arrow Rte, Rancho Cucamonga

 

909-477-2781

Provides referrals for housing, emergency assistance with food, clothing

Prototypes – STAR House (Domestic Violence)

323-461-4118

Residential for women and children impacted by domestic violence

Mental Health System Inc, (One-Stop TAY Center

316 East E St., Ontario

909-983-4466

Provides support for mental health services and homeless services.

San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health – Housing Program

820 E. Gilbert St., San Bernardino

909-387-8618

Provides mental health and long term permanent housing for homeless mentally ill and/or substance abuse clients

Mary’s Mercy Center

641 N. Roberds Ave., San Bernardino

909-889-2558

M – Th 8:00- 4:00 pm

Provides food, clothing, showers, infant needs, housing/shelter programs; Veronica’s Home of Mercy is residential home for pregnant women and their children and they provide services for domestic violence, substance abuse and homeless.

Basic Needs: Housing Resources

Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino –Upland

1200 N. Campus Ave. , Upland

909-982-2649

Agency develops low-rent public housing for low-income families.

Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino –Ontario

424 N. Lemon Ave., Ontario

909-983-1318

Agency develops low-rent public housing for low-income families.

Housing Opportunities Collaborative Inland Empire

8711 Monroe Ct., Rancho Cucamonga

909-553-1080

877-647-8764

Provides Affordable housing, homebuyer education, homelessness resources, foreclosure intervention, financial well-being classes, fair housing, debt management, credit counseling.

Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services

320 W. G St. , Ontario

800-761-6747

Provides down-payment assistance, homebuyer education, foreclosure intervention counseling, financial literacy workshops and neighborhood revitalization services.

Basic Needs: Rental/Utility Assistance

California Lifeline Program

866-272-0349 English 

866-272-0350 Spanish

M-F 7am-7pm

Low cost telephone service based on income, for the homeless when funds are available.

The Salvation Army

 

1412 S. Euclid Ave., Ontario

909-986-6748

 

Rental assistance

Inland Valley Hope Partners – Claremont Center

660 N. Mountain Ave., Claremont

909-622-3806

Rental/Utility assistance/housing.

Inland Valley Hope Partners -Beta Center

209 W. Pearl, Pomona

909-622-3806 ext 301

 

Utility assistance and motel vouchers when available.

Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County

696 S. Tippecanoe Ave., San Bernardino

909-723-1560

Provides food vouchers, bus passes, gas passes, rental assistance, motel assistance

Inland Valley Hope Partmers - SOVA

904 E. California, Ontario

909-391-4882

 

Provides rental assistance/eviction prevention, utility assistance, food pantry/vouchers, and other community resources .

Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

909-723-1500 M- F 8:00 – 4:45 pm

 

Emergency Utility Assistance

Southern California Edison

800-447-6620

 

Offers utility discounts based on family income

Catholic Charities – Pomona

1460 E. Holt Ave., Ste 98, Building #3 Pomona

909-629-1331

Rental/Utility assistance/Move in assistance. Additional services includes motel vouchers.

So Cal Gas Co.

877-238-0092 English

 

800-342-4545 Spanish

Call for information: CARE Program, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, GAF

Mental Health

West End Family Counseling

855 N. Euclid Ave., Ontario

909-983-2020

Provides outpatient mental health counseling to individuals, families and groups.

Mariposa Community Counseling

 

2940 Inland Empire Blvd., Ontario

909-458-1350

 

Provides outpatient mental health counseling to individuals, families and groups.

South Coast Community Services 

 

9500 Haven Ave., Rancho Cucamonga

909-980-6700

Free Counseling Available

Provides counseling, coaching and support services to children, teens, adults and families.

Mental Health Systems Inc. 

 

316 East E St., Ontario

909-983-4466

Provides mental health and homeless services for transitional age youth (age 16-25).

University of Phoenix – Counseling Skills Center

3110 Guasti Rd, Ste 102 Ontario CA 909-472-3798

Interns provide free counseling to children and adults.

 

Health Care: Hospitals

Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

400 N. Pepper Ave., Colton

909-580-1000

San Antonio Regional Hospital

999 San Bernardino Rd, Upland

909-985-2811

Kaiser Ontario Medical Center

2295 S. Vineyard Ave., Ontario

909-724-5000

St. Bernardine Medical Center

2101 Waterman Ave., San Bernardino

909-883-8711

Health Care

Park Tree Community Health Center (CHDP)

1556 S. Sultana, Ontario

909-984-7384

Provides low cost health and wellness services

Unicare Community Health Center (CHDP)

437 N. Euclid Ave. #A, Ontario

909-988-2555

San Joaquin Valley College

4580 Ontario Mills Parkway, Ontario

909-291-8121

Free dental hygiene services only

Denti-Cal Program

800-322-6384

 

Contact this number to find local dentists accepting Medical.

Ontario Clinica Medica Familiar (CHDP)

403 W. F St., Ontario

909-988-3288

M-F 9am-6:30pm, Sat 9am-2:30pm

 

Provides medical care to children and adults.

Ontario Public Health Clinic (CHDP)

150 E. Holt Blvd., Ontario

800-722-4777

Clinic Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

Provides primary care services to children and adults.

Every Woman Counts

800-511-2300

Locations include: Ontario Public Health Clinic and Ontario Clinica Medica Familiar

Free clinical breast exams, mammograms, pelvic exams, and Pap tests.

Loma Linda University School of Dentistry

11092 Anderson St., Loma Linda

909-558-4675

M-TH 8am-5pm, Fri 8am-12pm

Low cost generals services for children and adults

Water of Life – Well of Healing Mobile Medical Clinic

1st Saturday of the month – Fontana

16779 Spring St., Fontana

2nd Saturday of the month – Ontario - Hope Chapel 119 Belmont Ave., Ontario

3rd Saturday of the month – Muscoy Clinic

2219 W. 3rd Ave., San Bernardino

4th Saturday of the month - San Bernardino

123 Mt. View, San Bernardino

Hours for all clinics: 9am-1pm

For more info call: 909-803-1059

 

Provides free health screenings, health management and health education

Bloomington Community Health Center

18601 Valley Blvd., Bloomington

Medical & Optometry – 909-546-7520 Dental – 909-546-7530

 

Medical & Dental Clinic

Hours: M-F 8am-5:30pm, Sat 8am-5pm

 

Provides primary care for adults and children. Assistance to enroll in Medical. Sliding Fee Scale if eligible.

Molina Healthcare- Medi-Cal

 

1-855-322-4080

Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)

10801 6th St., Ste #120, Rancho Cucamonga

909-890-2000

Offers affordable healthcare coverage through: Medical, Medical, Medicaid and Healthy Kids. Also includes other health and wellness benefits and program.

Health Care: Pregnancy/Family Planning

Planned Parenthood

918 W. Foothill Blvd., Upland

909-890-5511

Services includes family planning, birth control, STD testing.

Assure Pregnancy Clinic

9161 Sierra Ave.#108, Fontana

909-232-8460

Free pregnancy test, ultrasound, options counseling, birth control, STD testing.

   

Substance Abuse/Addiction

Department of Behavioral Health Access Unit

888-743-1478 24 hrs/7 days a week

National Drug and Alcohol Assistance

800-662-HELP (4357) Drughelp.org

House of Hope

877-403-8016

 

For Women Only. 90 day Inpatient Substance Abuse, age 18 and above, low level treatment – No Detox

Inland Empire of California Al-Anon & Alateen

909-824-1516

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Call or go online for local meetings. Support for family and friends of alcoholics

Inland Valley Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services

1260 East Arrow Hwy, Upland, CA.91786

909-932-1069 (service/intake)

909-932-1087 fax

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Alcohol and drug treatment services, including detox for adults; residential for adults and women with children; and outpatient for adults and adolescents ages 11-17.

Prototypes Women’s Residential Treatment Center

 

845 E. Arrow Hwy, Pomona

909-634-2950 (admission)

909-624-1233 (main) Provides detox, mental health counseling, recovery support services for drug and alcohol addiction, vocational and educational rehab services, parenting classes and other services. Also provides transitional and permanent housing.

Prototypes Outpatient Treatment Center

 

831 E. Arrow Hwy, Pomona

909-621-9058

Provides treatment for co-occurring disorders.

Prevention and early intervention, medical services, medication, domestic violence services.

Inland Behavioral & Health Services (IBHS)

1963 N. E St., San Bernardino

 

909-881-6146

Provides outpatient drug free programs for adults and adolescents.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

800-397-2333 24 Hour Hotline

909-622-4274

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

909-825-4700

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

800-359-1216 24 Hour Hotline

909-888-9282

 

Education/Youth Programs

 

Upland Unified School District

390 N. Euclid Ave., Upland

909-985-1864 main

Easter Seals Child Development Center –

Head Start

531 W. 8th St., Upland

909-981-4668

Upland Head Start

732 N. 3rd Ave., Upland

909-931-0147

Upland USD Step Up Preschool

390 N. Euclid Ave, Upland

909-9985-1864 Ext.344 ( Kristin )

Upland Unified School District

Healthy Start Family Center

 

Located at Upland Elementary School

601 N. 5th Ave., Upland

909-949-7804 Hours: M-F 7:30am-4pm

Services include: Information & Referrals, Case management, homeless and foster youth services, mental health counseling, parent program, adult education, health care clinics, District Child Care, THINK TOGETHER, after school programs

Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

Administrative Office

8265 Aspen Ave., Ste 100, Rancho Cucamonga

909-980-6490

Career Training Center

1501 S. Bon View Ave., Ontario

909-947-3400

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Provides courses at no cost to high school students and low cost to adult students. Internships offered and scholarships available

Upland YMCA – Dr. Loren and Kay Sanchez

Early Childhood Development Center 

 

1150 E. Foothill Blvd., Upland

909-946-6120

Licensed preschool facility. Financial aid available to those who qualify.

Upland High School Library provides daily tutoring/homework assistance for 9th-12th graders.

Upland YMCA

1150 E. Foothill Blvd., Upland

909-946-6120

 

Services include homework club, summer day camp, teen programs, healthy living classes/programs.

Vic’s Place After School Program

 

Locations: Magnolia Colony Apartments, Oaks Apartments & Upland Housing Authority

 

909-931-4280

After school neighborhood tutoring program for grades K-6. Snack provided.

Reach Out

1126 W. Foothill Blvd., Ste 250, Upland

909-982-8641

Provides mentoring, parenting, community education

Day Reporting and Reentry Services Center (DRRSC) - Free GED Program

For referral and information call 855-560-6732 or 909-463-7557

Upland Public Library

450 N. Euclid Ave, Upland

909-931-4200

Provides children, teen and adult programs including basic literacy training to adults.

First Presbyterian Church

 

869 N. Euclid Ave., Upland

909-982-8811

 

Wed 4-5pm - September Through May

 

Services for all ages including college and GED prep.

Social Services/Public Assistance

Transitional Assistance Department (TAD) – Ontario Office

1627 E. Holt Blvd., Ontario

877-410-8829

c4yourself (apply online)

Support programs such as CalWorks, Food stamps, Medi-Cal, General Relief, Cash Aid, Child Care, Foster Care, Refugee Resettlement.

Transitional Assistance Department (TAD) – Rancho Cucamonga

10825 Arrow Rte., Rancho Cucamonga

877-410-8829

c4yourself (apply online)

Support programs such as CalWorks, Food stamps, Medi-Cal, General Relief, Cash Aid, Child Care

Children’s Network – San Bernardino

825 E. Hospitality Ln, 2nd Fl, San Bernardino

909-383-9677

Department of Children & Family Services (CPS)

 

Central Office

9518 E. 9th St, Rancho Cucamonga

909-945-3762

Helping Hand Kinship Support Service Resource Center 316 East E. St, Ontario, CA. 91762

909-986-9710

Caregivers taking care of relatives, children, helping with guardianship paperwork..

Employment Development Department (EDD)

 

America’s Job Center

9650 E. 9th St. #A, Rancho Cucamonga

909-948-6606

800-480-3287 (Disability)

877-238-4373 (Paid Family Leave)

 

800-300-5615 (Unemployment)

San Bernardino County Dept of Child Support Services – West Valley Region

191 N. Vineyard Ave., Ontario

866-901-3212

Department of Public Health

351 N. Mt. View Ave., San Bernardino

800-782-4264

909-387-6359

M – F 8am – 5pm

Closed on Holidays

Department of Aging and Adult Services(DAAS)

 

686 E. Mill St., 2nd Fl, San Bernardino

909-891-3900

In Home Supportive Services (IHSS)

686 E. Mill St., 1st Fl, San Bernardino

909-891-3700

Women, Infant & Children (WIC)

 

150 E. Holt Blvd., Ontario

800-472-2321

909-252-5170

Hours: M,W, TH 7:30am-5pm, T 8:30am-6pm, Fri 7:30am-4pm

Women, Infant & Children (WIC)

9507 Arrow Rte., Bldg 7, Ste A, Rancho Cucamonga

800-472-2321

909-252-5170

Hours: M,W, TH 7:30am-5pm, T 8:30am-6pm, Fri 7:30am-4pm (Closed every other Friday)

Social Security Office

1100 Holt Blvd., Ontario

800-722-1213

Red Cross 855-891-7325

(Fire and Disaster Assistance)

Legal Services

Inland Counties Legal Services

10565 Civic Center Dr., Ste 200, Rancho Cucamonga

909-980-0982

800-977-4257

 

Free Legal Clinic to low income people and free civil legal assistance to seniors.

Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino

909-889-7328 588 W. sixth St, San Bernardino.

Call for information regarding location, days and times of Legal Aid clinics.

Provides legal assistance with family law, guardianships, conservatorships, bankruptcy, and eviction.

Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board

 

1500 S. Haven Ave #100, Ontario

800-321-0911

 

Other Resources

Child Care Resource Center

1111 E. Mill St., Ste 100, San Bernardino, CA

909-890-0018

Hours: M-F 8am-5:00pm 

 

Provides subsidized child care services for eligible families in the city of Upland.

Pomona Unified School District

1460 E. Holt Ave.#130, Pomona

909-397-4740

Provides subsidized child care services for eligible families in the city of Upland.

Inland Regional Center

 

1365 S. Waterman Ave., San Bernardino

909-890-3000

Hours: M-F 8am - 5:00pm

Provides services to children and adults with developmental disabilities in San Bernardino and Riverside County.

Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)

Free Child Car Seat Safety Program

(for IEHP members only)

Must be pregnant or have given birth in the last 12 months or must have a child who is an IEHP member and is younger than 12 months. Parent has to attend a program session in order to receive free car seat.

Call 866-224-IEHP (4347) for information