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Resources

    • 211

      2-1-1 provides free and confidential information and referrals.


 

    • Associated Clinical Therapists Inc.

      ACT is a Community Agency designed to provide Individuals, Couples and Families with Confidential, Safe, Peaceful settings to examine various issues that interfere with their abilities to positively move forward in their lives.


 

    • The Boys and Girls Club of San Bernardino
      (909) 888-6751

      Offers club programs and services to promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.


 

    • California Youth Connection (CYC)

      CYC is guided, focused and driven by current and former foster youth with the assistance of committed community members. They promote the participation of foster youth in policy development and legislative change to improve the foster care system.


 

    • California Youth Crisis Line
      (909) 843-5200

      They offer a 24-hour hotline for runaway and homeless youth, and crisis calls. They also provide crisis intervention counseling, and referrals to resource agencies for shelter, transportation, medical care, legal aid or counseling in the area where the call originates.

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    • Child Abuse Hotline
      1-800-827-8724

      To report Child Abuse:
      In the San Bernardino area call: 384-9233
      Outside of the San Bernardino area call: 1-800-827-8724


 

    • Children and Family Services

      Children and Family Services mission is to protect children, offer services to stabilize families to remain together, provide permanency for children if they cannot remain safely in their own home and strive to make the lives of children and families better.


    • Children’s Network

      The goal of the Children’s Network is to help “children at risk” by improving communications, planning, coordination and cooperation among youth serving agencies; identifying gaps and overlaps in services; providing a forum for clarifying perceptions and expectations among agencies and between agencies and the community; setting priorities for interagency projects; and implementing collaborative programs, public and private, to better served children and youth.


 

    • Choices Clinic
      (909) 888-3100

      Choices Clinic seeks to help young women and their partners by providing medical and counseling services in addition to life skills mentoring programs in order to offer the necessary assistance they require when faced with an unexpected pregnancy.


 

    • Community Action Partnership
      • Establishing innovative programs that provide families with a safe and healthy environment.
      • Challenging individuals to achieve positive results towards personal and collective prosperity.
      • Promoting personal growth and creating opportunities for asset building.

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    • Family Resource Center
      (909) 875-5288 / center4healing.org

      They serve children and families in San Bernardino County, offering parenting classes, anger management classes, and various forms of therapy.


 

    • Forward Focus Youth Enrichment Center
      (888) 440-4428 / fwdfocus.org

      Forward Focus Youth Enrichment Center provides high-quality youth services and enrichment programs that are engaging, educational, and entertaining.


 

    • Foster Youth Services (FYS)

      The purpose of FYS is to meet the unique educational needs of children and youth in foster care, or in homeless situations, by providing advocacy and other services designed to encourage student academic and personal success.


 

    • Gang Reduction Intervention Team
      (909) 793-7746

      They offer behavior modification, youth empowerment, cognitive provoking exercises, gang intervention training, health education and training.


 

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    • Inland Valley Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services (IVRS)
      (909) 932-1069 / inlandvalleyrecovery.com

      IVRS is a not-for-profit corporation that has been providing low to no-cost substance abuse recovery and counseling services.


 

    • Kids Come First Community Clinic
      (909) 673-9125

      Offers low-cost and sliding scale healthcare for children and youth ages 0-18. Services include well child check-ups and physicals, weight management/nutrition classes, asthma classes, application assistance for Medi-Cal and Healthy Families Insurance Programs.


 

    • Kids N Care

      KidsNCare offers resources for parents, child care providers, and the community on behalf of children.


 

    • Kinship Support Services

      The Kinship Support Services Program helps strengthen families of individuals who are raising children of their extended family by providing them with information, community resources, education, and other services related to their needs.


 

    • Music Changing Lives

      Designed to offer mentorship programs for underprivileged and neglected children, helping them improve their chances of achieving a positive and successful life.

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    • Office of the Ombudsman for Foster Care
      1-877-846-1602 / fosteryouthhelp.ca.gov

      The Foster Care Ombudsman’s Office investigates complaints about state and local agencies regarding foster care. They provide an independent forum for review and resolution of concerns related to the care, placement or services provided to children and youth place in foster care.


 


 


 

    • San Bernardino County Preschool Services

      The Preschool Services Department is committed to improving the well-being of our children; preserving and empowering their families and strengthening the communities in which they grow.

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    • Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Center
      (909) 387-7194

      TAY works with foster youth between the ages of 16 and 25. The goal of the TAY Center is to assistance youth in becoming independent. The Center offers Independent Living Skills Classes, Therapy, Homeless Assistance, Employment and Transportation Assistance, GED/High School Diploma classes and much more.


 

    • Trinity Youth Services
      (909) 825-5588 / trinityys.org

      Provides foster care, mental health services, therapy and residential/homes for children who have been victims of abuse, violence, neglect and abandonment.


 

    • Urban Conservation Corps of the Inland Empire

      The San Bernardino National Forest Association Urban Conservation Corps is a workforce development program that offers young men and women the chance to serve on the National Forest and become employable citizens through hard work in environmental conservation.


 

    • The Unforgettables Foundation

      An organization that assists families with the many crises surrounding the death of a child.

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    • Valley Star Children and Family Services

      Dedicated to helping troubled children, adolescents and families, Valley Star uses individualized and highly flexible approaches that span school, family, and community environments.


 

    • Youth Action Project

      The Youth Action Project is a non-profit organization that works to empower San Bernardino’s youth to develop the skills and habits needed to experience economic and social success.


 

    • The Youth Empowerment Services (YES) Center
      (760) 948-3434

      The mission of the YES center is to empower youth to successfully emancipate into society as independent and stable young adults.


 

    • Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy

      The organization’s purpose is to help enrich the lives of young people through life building activities and instruction in the areas of education, employment, health, mentoring, and community service.


 

    • The Brightest Star, Inc.

      The Brightest Star, Inc. (BSI) program is dedicated to providing mental health wellness to abused, abandoned and neglected children and teens in foster care through a wide variety of activities to cover different therapeutic formats to promote healing, self-esteem and dream building.


 

    • Wraparound

      The Wraparound process provides individualized, comprehensive, community-based services and supports to children and adolescents with serious emotional and/or behavioral disturbances that are currently placed or at risk of being placed in an RCL 10-14 group home.