24-hour emergency shelter providing safety, counseling, and family reunification services for runaway, throwaway, homeless and at-risk youth in Riverside County.
Serving all young people by fostering the development of a strong values-centered life.
A caring community called to impact family and community with nutritious emergency food through our “Healthy Food for Healthy Families” program at no cost.
Provides compassionate social services that respond to the suffering of the vulnerable and those in crisis in our local communities.
Incorporated in 1911 and serves the residents of the Eastside of Riverside meeting needs including emergency food, counseling, education of youth and DUI counseling.
United Way unites people, ideas, and resources to improve lives with our community. We fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person.
Offers residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment, mental health and counseling services. Specialize in women with children and adolescent services. Insurance, Medi-Cal, sliding scale fees.
An all-volunteer organization dedicated to clothing, comforting and educating the children of our community.
Serving the homeless through shelter care and case management. The purpose is to address barriers of dysfunction and guide people towards self reliance.
To improve each child’s life by implementing educational programs and activities that increase self-esteem, courage, and positive values through tutoring, computer training, sports education, homework help, mentoring and more.
We strive to serve those in need by assisting them with basic necessities.
Over 266,000 families assisted yearly through 8 programs for housing, transportation, referrals, suicide prevention, safeguarding the elderly, youth programs, and other critical needs.
To facilitate the dream of homeownership as well as improve living conditions for those in the community.
Operation School Bell and Operation Snack Attack provide new school clothes, hygiene kits, reading books and nutritious food snacks to homeless and economically disadvantaged children.