Community Resources

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Abuse Services

Chat at http://www.loveisrespect.org  Text loveis to 22522*  Call 1-866-331-9474                                                                                (24 hour service to provide support answer  questions and provide counseling)

 

Child Abuse National Hotline (800) 4-A-CHILD
(24 hour service provides referrals for counseling; abuse reporting)

Child Abuse Reporting Hot Line San Bernardino County (909) 384-9233
(24 hour service for reporting child/elder abuse/neglect)

Rape, Abuse, Incest Hotline (National Sexual AssaultHotline) (800) 656-4673
(24 hour service/counseling)

http://www.silentnomore.org

Adults Molested as Children (AMAC) / Rape Crisis (951) 686-7273
Provides support for sexual assault victims including accompaniment to hospital, counseling, and support group; adolescent males- “My Strength” program; batterers intervention; court mandated therapy. http://rarcc.org/

Sexual Assault Services (909) 885-8884
24 hour rape assistance and counseling.

http://www.sbsas.org

Addiction/Recovery

National Drug/Alcohol Treatment (800) 662- HELP
Provides referrals to drug/alcohol treatment programs and support groups in your area

M-F 8-4:30.

Alcoholics Anonymous (909) 825-4700
Inland Empire central office will refer to local meetings and times.

http://www.inlandempireaa.org

San Bernardino County Drug/Alcohol Treatment (909) 421-9465
Women’s outpatient, non-residential services, co-occurring disorders, perinatal program.
Open M-F 8am to 5pm, Spanish spoken.

Riverside County Drug Abuse Program (951) 955-2105

Sober living home, AA meetings, referrals, youth program for ages 13 and up.

AL-ANON (909) 824-1516
(Help-line for families of alcoholics).

http://www.ca-inlandempire-alanon.org

Narcotics Anonymous (909) 795-0464http://www.iefoothillsna.org/ Spanish: (888) 622-4672

Cocaine Anonymous – Inland Empire (951) 359-3895

http://www.inlandempireareaca.org/

National Problem Gambling Helpline (800) 522-4700

Celebrate Recovery
Christ centered 12-Step recovery Program. Support groups for all types of problems & addictions including: food, sex, or relationship addictions, co-dependency and chemical dependency.

https://www.celebraterecovery.com

Celebrate Recovery at Mosaic (909) 628-1571
Multi-topic (anger management, co-dependency and substance abuse, eating disorders…) 12-step gender specific support classes for adults ages 18 and older. 7:00 PM Mondays at Mosaic Inland, 5540 Schaefer Ave., Chino.

Celebrate Recovery at Inland Vineyard Corona 951-310-4012 www.oneandonlyhigherpower

 

Anger Management Groups

YWCA (951) 687-9922

The program is designed to meet the needs of individuals who have been court ordered to participate in a 26 or 52 week “Anger Management” program. Please be aware that this is not a court approved 52-week “Domestic Violence” group. Although it does address domestic violence, this is considered an anger management group not domestic violence. This class meets Tuesday Nights, 6:00PM-8:00PM. Cost is $25 per person, per session.

Alternatives to Domestic Violence (951) 737-8410
The program is certified through the Riverside County Probation Department for the court-ordered program for perpetrators of domestic violence. No fee for CPS and DPSS referrals and sliding scale for self-referrals.

 

Crisis

Suicide and Crisis Hotline (951) 686- 4357
Referrals for shelter, clothing, counseling

WE-TIP (800) 78-CRIME
24 hour service, felony crime-line; anonymous reporting; reward for convictions

http://www.wetip.com

Sexual Assault Services (24 hour crisis line) (909) 885- 8884

Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center (951) 686-7273
(24 hour hotline; English and Spanish)

http://www.rarcc.org/index.php?date=2010-01-01

Family Resource Center (909) 381-3579
Private counseling center for adult survivors of sexual abuse—
M-F 9:00 – 2:00

Run Away National Hotline (24 hours) (800) RUN-AWAY
Crisis for youth and families; shelter referrals; transportation.

http://www.nrscrisisline.org/

AIDS California Hotline (800) 367-2437
Provide HIV/ AIDS information and referrals; free testing; over the phone counseling available.

http://aidshotline.org/

National Suicide Hotline (800)-SUICIDE
Trained volunteers & professional counselors that are there to listen.

http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

http://www.autoinsurancecenter.com/suicide-and-the-cost-of-life.htm

 

Additional Suicide Prevention and Crisis Care Resources

Sexually Transmitted Disease/ HIV/AIDS support groups

http://www.herpes-coldsores.com/std/aids_support_groups.htm

Domestic Violence and Shelters for Women and Children
Crisis Line – Riverside (951) 683-0829
24 hour domestic violence help; protective order assistance; counseling; outreach; shelter.

House of Ruth Hotline (909) 988-5559
(24 hour hotline; individual/group counseling; phone support; legal advocate; shelter for women and children; DV counseling; food; English/Spanish;)

http://houseofruthinc.org

Option House (909) 381-3471

24 hour hotline; temporary DV women’s shelters; support/outreach; free support groups, crisis education and self defense; assistance with protective order paperwork; English/Spanish

Safe House (951) 351-4418
Crisis intervention for teens (11-17); runaways-24 hour emergency shelter for youth in crisis; individual, family and group therapy; in-facility school; family reunification.

http://www.operationsafehouse.org

Doves of Big Bear Valley (909) 866-5723
24 hour hotline; provides women and families domesticviolence shelter; individual counseling; support groups (parenting, anger management, women’s writing….); legal assistance; protective order help.

High Desert Domestic Violence (760) 955-8723
Confidential emergency shelter for battered women and their children. Counseling, support groups, emergency food, and clothing, assistance with restraining orders…

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Victor Valley Domestic Violence (760) 955-8723
(26 bed shelter for abused women and their children, outreach, TRO (temporary restraining order) assistance, parenting classes, children’s program, support groups, etc. Spanish spoken. Maximum stay is 90 days.)

Shelter from the Storm, Inc.(800) 775-6055

(760) 328-7233 (SAFE)
Hotline advocates provide crisis counseling, safety planning, assistance with finding shelter, referrals to SFTS programs or other organizations, advocacy with the police, and other crucial services. (70 bed domestic violence shelter for battered women and their children, 45-day program, 5 outreach offices, 3 evening groups, parenting class, counseling).

http://www.shelterfromthestorm.com

Eating Disorders

Overeaters Anonymous (909) 887-7972
Offers a 12-step recovery program for compulsive over-eating

Eating Disorders Hotline (800) 841-1515
Provides referrals to programs and services in your area.

Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center

http://www.edreferral.com

Eating Disorder Anonymous

http://www.eatingdisordersanonymous.org

Advanced Center for Eating Disorders (951) 285-7988
Offers: outpatient treatment center for Anorexia, Bulimia, binge-eating, compulsive over-eating, exercise addiction, confidential, most insurance accepted.

http://www.whitesidemanor.com/

Del Amo Hospital (800) 533-5266
An intensive, 6-week outpatient recovery program for men and women with eating disorders, 3 evening sessions weekly, group session, yoga/body awareness group, art therapy, complimentary aftercare sessions.

Home

Something Fishy Eating Disorder Treatment Finder(866) 690-7239

http://www.something-fishy.org

Rader Programs (800) 841-1515
Provides inpatient, outpatient, day programs and family (weekend) programs specializing in the treatment of eating disorders.

http://www.raderprograms.com

Valenta, Inc. (909) 771-8023
Provides treatment to assist individuals struggling with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and various forms of these illnesses and combines medical and therapeutic treatments. Offers three levels of care to meet the needs of the community: partial hospitalization (PHP); intensive outpatient (IOP) and aftercare treatment for adults and adolescents.

http://valentaonline.com

 

Grief Resources

Loma Linda University Medical Center Bereavement Resources:

http://www.llu.edu/llumc/services/bereavement/comsupport.html

The Mourning Star Center
Palm Desert (760) 836-0360
Victorville (760) 948-7249
Riverside (760) 948-7249
Banning (951) 845-8439
Serves children between the ages of 3 and 18, and their parents or other adult caregivers in ongoing grief support groups.

http://www.mourningstar.org

For parents who have lost a baby:

Always in my Heart RTS Support Group (909) 558-7261
A support group for parents who have lost a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death. Meets the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in room 129A at Loma Linda University Rehabilitation Institute and at the Mt. View Plaza, Suite #10 on the 4th Tues of every month from 9:30-11:30 am.

http://lomalindahealth.org/medical-center/our-services/bereavement/index.html

 

For parents who have lost a child:

The Compassionate Friends (951) 637-7916
A support group for parents who have lost children of any age. Meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. held at First Baptist Church of Riverside.

 

Groups for adults:
Grief Recovery Group (909) 558-4367
Bereavement support groups for adults experiencing the death of a loved one. Sessions begin on the first Monday of January, April, July, and October. Meetings are offered in the afternoon or evening at Loma Linda University Medical Center.

Grief Recovery Workshop (951) 571-9090 ext 2221
A seven-week workshop held twice yearly (January and June) for those who have lost a loved one; held at Grove Community Church in Riverside.

http://www.thegrove.cc/index.php/road-to-growth/counseling

 

Adult Bereavement Support Group (951) 274-0710

Call for meeting place and time. A Spanish speaking group is available.

 

Grief Recovery Support Group (909) 425-1777
Group meets every Wednesday night at 5:30 p.m. at Immanuel Baptist Church in Highland.

http://www.ibchighland.org

Suicide Aftercare Association (909) 393-2563
Support group for those who have lost friends or relatives through suicide. Meets the first and third Wednesday of each month from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. in Chino Hills.

http://www.suicideaftercare.org/california.html

Survivors of Suicide Loss (951) 679-2008
Anyone who has lost a family member or friend is invited to attend support group which meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday at 7:00 pm at The First Baptist Church in Sun City.

http://www.sossd.org/heal.htm

 

Family Planning Services

Birth Choice (951) 699-9808
Offers pregnancy testing, information and assistance in Temecula.

Home Page

San Bernardino Pregnancy Resource Center (909)-382-4550
Offers: Free pregnancy testing, resource referral, factual literature to help you make an informed and educated choice regarding your pregnancy, free Lending library, maternity clothes, Layette, baby clothing, diapers, wipes, etc., and Post Abortion Syndrome (PAS) help, free referral for adoption information, and prenatal and postnatal guidance and support.

http://www.sbpcc.net/

Planned Parenthood, Riverside (888) 743-7526

Planned Parenthood, San Bernardino (909) 890-5511

Planned Parenthood, Upland (909) 985-0065

 

Veterans Resources

American Psychological Association
“Resilience in a Time of War: Homecoming”. Online material to help those returning from military service, as well as their families:

http://www.apa.org

The Health Resource Center (HRC) (909) 825-7084 Ext 6197

(800)741-8387

Provides information on health, prevention and diseases that affect veterans today and has many support groups located in the Loma Linda VA Medical Center, first floor, room 1F20.

US Department of Veterans Affairs
California department of Veterans Affairs (800)-952-5626

Corona Vet Center (951) 734-0525

Return with Freedom                                                                                                                                                                       Provides Private Individual  and Family therapy for Veterans and  Public Service Personnel http://www.returnwithfreedom.org  888.452.3990

San Bernardino Vet Center (909) 801-5762
Offers: individual, group, marital, and bereavement counseling; assistance in applying for VA benefits; medical referrals/liaison with VAMS; employment referral/assistance from a Vet Rep with EDD; information and referral to community resources; sexual trauma counseling and referral; and community education.

http://www.vetcenter.va.gov/

 

Additional Resources

Children’s Treatment Services (951) 358-4840
Outpatient counseling services for children located in Riverside

Emotions Anonymous (909) 873-2273
12-step support group for men & women to become emotionally healthy

Inland Legal Services, Redlands (909) 792-2762

Inland Legal Services, San Bernardino (909) 884-8615
Provides legal services in the Inland Empire area who cannot afford an attorney

United Way San Bernardin County 211

211 offers a live operator, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for assistance with health care, child care, food, clothing, housing, counseling and support groups, parenting resources volunteer opportunities, community groups, and elder and disability services.
http://www.211sb.com

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