Community Resource Guide - San Bernardino
San Bernardino County Website
Walgreen’s COVID-19 Drive Thru Testing
San Bernardino Testing Sites
MyTurn WebsiteFREE COVID-19 tests at community testing sites open to everyone. Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are accepted up to 30 mins before closing. Rapid and PCR testing available.
- www.myturn.ca.gov/ / (833) 422-4255
Safe, free, effective COVID-19 vaccines and confidential testing are available to everyone ages 5 and up regardless of immigration or insurance status. Schedule flu, vaccine, and booster appointments, find testing sites, and arrange transportation or in-home visits via the website. For any additional questions call the COVID-19 hotline number.
Planned Parenthood Health Centers
www.PPOSBC.org / (714) 922-4100 / (909) 890-5511
Our nine Health Centers in Orange and San Bernardino counties, offer important health care and education services to every person, every family, and every community. Our doors are open, no matter what. We offer:
- Cancer screenings
- Breast health care
- Annual well-woman checkup
- Birth control
- Emergency contraception
- Sexual health education
- STD testing and treatment
- Family planning counseling
Planned Parenthood Roo
Young people can ask Roo their burning questions about their health, their body, relationships, getting care at Planned Parenthood, or choose from a list of questions, to get the answers they need within seconds, day or night.
Planned Parenthood believes that knowledge empowers people to make healthy choices. Our robust comprehensive sex education programs provide the information needed to understand all aspects of sexual and reproductive health. We also provide a free online resource with articles and events for information about sexual and reproductive health, family planning, birth control, and more.
A free support network for birth control information.
Hesperia Health Center
www.opa-fpclinicdb.hhs.gov/site/san-bernardino-county-department-public-health-hesperia-clinic / (800) 722-4777
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday only: 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. (Primary care and reproductive health services only)
16453 Bear Valley Rd., Hesperia
Reproductive health and primary care. Offers immunizations, reproductive health/STD services, maternal health, pediatrics, TB skin testing, primary care services, and HIV services.
Maternal Outreach Management System (MOMS)
www.MomsOrangeCounty.org / (800) 787-5858 / (714) 972-2610 / [email protected]
Prenatal education, prenatal and infant health screenings, parent/child group classes, and referral services. Mothers can get in-home one-on-one or classroom education and support during pregnancy and through the first year after birth. *Majority of classes are offered in English and Spanish. Home visitation program is available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
www.MotherToBaby.org / (866) 626-6847
MotherToBaby, a service of the non-profit Organization of Teratology Information Specialists, is dedicated to providing evidence-based information to mothers, health care professionals, and the general public about medications and other exposures during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. Talk directly to the experts behind the most up-to-date research.
National Women's Health and Breastfeeding Helpline
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Breastfeeding individuals can call with questions or concerns about breastfeeding. Women's health information specialists are trained as breastfeeding peer counselors. Calling is free and unlimited. Health information specialists are available in English and Spanish.
A Better Balance, the Work and Family Legal Center
www.ABetterBalance.org / (833)-NEED-ABB (833-633-3222)
www.ABetterBalance.org/espanol (Spanish site)
www.ABetterBalance.org/know-your-rights (State-by-state workplace rights hub)
ABB is a national, non-profit legal advocacy organization. Our free and confidential legal helpline can help you understand your workplace rights around caring for yourself and your family members. We assist workers nationwide facing various issues at work related to: accommodations for pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions; sick leave; family and medical leave; discrimination based on being a parent or other caregiver; scheduling; and equal pay (including inquiries from potential employers about salary history). Please note that ABB’s consultations are for information only; we can discuss possible options with workers seeking legal advice and/or representation.
www.MosesHouse.org / (760) 955-1895 / [email protected]
15180 Anacapa Rd., Victorville
Provides services to families who are pregnant or have child under 6 years old. Services include parenting classes, emergency resources such as diapers and formula, referrals, transportation services and case management services. Virtual and in-person services are available.
DNA Diagnostics Center
www.dnacenter.com / General questions: (800) 681-7162 / Consultation: (800) 613-5768 / [email protected]
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. EST
DNA Diagnostics Center, also known as DDC provides comprehensive DNA testing services for paternity and family relationships.
SpermCheck Fertility is an at-home test that indicates male fertility/infertility in minutes by measuring sperm count. This test is ideally used early in the family-planning journey as many couples do not think to test the man until months or years have passed of trying to conceive.
Have questions or need help signing up for Medi-Cal? We can help. Call us at (714) 922-2477.
(800) 322-6384 / (800) 735-2922 (TTY)
Medi-Cal members can seek dental services through Denti-Cal.
IEHP’s Behavioral Health
(800) 440-4347 / (800) 718-4347 (TTY)
Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Patients with IEHP Health Plan can obtain behavioral health services with contracted psychiatrists, psychologists, LCSWs, LMFTs and nurse practitioners and other behavioral health care providers.
CalOptima Behavioral Health Line
(855) 877-3885 (24-Hour Hotline / (800) 735-2929 (TTY)
San Bernardino County Behavioral Health
www.wp.sbcounty.gov/dbh/ / (888) 743-1478
This website is a tool to help meet your behavioral health and substance abuse needs. Access and Referral and 24-hour Crisis Response Teams are available at any time to answer questions about behavioral health, alcohol and drug services, and crisis situations.
San Bernardino Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT)
CCRT provides crisis intervention services in the home and in the community – wherever the person is. Services include assessments and referrals to appropriate mental health care services. Teams are available in English and Spanish.
East Valley (Colton, Rialto, Yucaipa, Loma Linda, Bloomington, San Bernardino)
(909) 421-9233 / Text (909) 420-0560
High Desert (Hesperia, Victorville, Apple Valley, Phelan, Barstow, Adelanto, Lucerne Valley)
(760) 956-2345 / Text (760) 734-8093
West Valley (Chino Hills, Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Fontana, Montclair)
(909) 458-1517 / Text (909) 535-1316
All phone numbers are available daily from 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline/ / (800) 662-HELP (4357) / (800) 487-4889 (TTY)
SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Visit the online treatment locator, or send your zip code via text message: 435748 (HELP4U) to find help near you.
Medi-Cal Non-Medical Transportation (NMT)
IEHP / (800) 440-4347 Option 2
Monday – Sunday: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
CalOptima / (714) 246-8500
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Molina (844) 292-2688
Monday to Friday: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Monarch (714) 246-8500
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Non-medical Transportation (NMT) is a benefit for patients with Medi-Cal. It provides transportation to Medi-Cal covered services by use of passenger car, taxicab or any other forms of public or private transportation including private vehicles. Members using NMT must be able to walk without assistance from the driver.
IEHP Community Resource Center (CRC)
www.iehp.org/en/community/community-resource-centers / (866) 288-4347
12353 Mariposa Rd., Ste. C-2 & C-3, Victorville, 92396 (near Vallarta Supermarkets)
805 West 2nd St., Ste. C, San Bernardino, 92410
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
CRC is a place where anyone in the community can:
- Take no-cost health/fitness classes
- Learn about affordable health coverage
- Get connected with community-based programs/organizations
Participants can access social services:
- Employment services
- Computer training
- Legal advocacy & support
National Alliance on Mental Illness
www.namisb.org / (909) 654-4134
A local resource for mental health services, education, and outreach, including support groups, treatment, suicide prevention, and more. Call or text (855) 845-7415 to contact the California Peer-Run 24/7 Warm Line for emotional support and resources. Only offering virtual services until further notice due to COVID-19.
West End Family Counseling Services
www.WEFCS.org / (909) 983-2020
7165 Etiwanda Ave., Rancho Cucamonga
855 N. Euclid Ave., Ontario
Provides low-cost mental health services including parent education in West San Bernardino County. Services available in Spanish. Clinics are accessible by appointment only at this time.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
www.SuicidePreventionLifeline.org / 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255) (24-Hour Hotline)
Connect with a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7. Spanish services provided.
Alcoholics Anonymous Inland Empire
www.AAInlandEmpire.org / (909) 825-4700
897 Via Lata, Ste. AA, Colton
Find AA meetings serving the Inland Empire area. Call or refer to website for meeting times.
San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health Mesa Triage Services
(909) 421-4601 / (888) 743-1479
850 E. Foothill Blvd., Rialto
Provides a full range of substance abuse treatment services for on a residential, outpatient or day treatment basis for adults and substance abusing women who are pregnant and/or are parenting children, generally age three or younger, including those who have drug or alcohol-exposed babies. No fee required.
www.OutreachNation.com / (909) 944-1759
9565 Business Center Dr., Ste. A, Bldg. 11, Rancho Cucamonga
Program for individuals who abuse alcohol and/or drugs, provides assistance to better understand the nature of the disease of alcoholism and support efforts to recover. Other resources include: Counseling classes such as individual counseling, anger management counseling, domestic violence counseling, couples therapy, and group therapy. Payment determined on sliding scale fee. Office accepts IEHP Medi-cal. Provides food bank distribution Monday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
www.all-options.org / (888) 493-0092
Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 1 a.m. (EST)
Saturday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (EST)
A national talkline and online forum with judgment-free support for people to talk about the decisions, experiences, and emotions of pregnancy, parenting, adoption, and abortion. Spanish, Hindi, and Hebrew service assistance available.
Miscarriage & Abortion Support
An informational and resource webpage on miscarriage and fetal anomaly support.
Pregnancy Options Workbooks
Provides workbooks for individuals facing pregnancy decisions or looking for emotional and spiritual support. Available in English and Spanish.
Center for Child Birth Injuries
The Birth Injury Center educates the public and helps individuals identify if their family has fallen victim to negligence by an institution. The organization creates and distributes educational content and provides access to legal representation for these highly sensitive situations. Its website offers an in-depth knowledge base and connections to reputable resources across the United States.
A website that provides information on adoption services.
Adoption Law Office of Jan Chamerat
(805) 705-5952 (Cell) / [email protected]
P.O. Box 1500, Solvang, 93464
Adoption attorney using integrity, respect, honesty and hard work in bringing children into loving homes through her adoption law practice.
Seneca Family of Agencies SoCal
www.SenecaFOA.org/seneca-southern-california / Sherie Gimple, Family Coordinator / (714) 383-9401 / [email protected]
233 S. Quintana Dr., Anaheim / (714) 202 - 2106
1801 Park Court Place Ste. H, Santa Ana, 92701 / (714) 957-1004
Provides adoption and foster care services and education for parents and professionals. Individual, family, and group counseling in areas of adoption, attachment issues, depression, grief, anxiety, and behavioral issues.
San Bernardino County Adoption Services
HS.SBCounty.gov/cfs / (909) 891-3300 / [email protected]
1495 S. E St., San Bernardino 92415
Public agency providing adoption services to birth parents and adoptive parents. Birth parents can choose adoptive parents and participate in an open adoption.
www.ExhaleProVoice.org / Text: (617) 749-2948
Weekdays: 3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturdays: 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Sundays: 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Exhale offers a free, national textline that provides emotional support, resources and information. All communication is completely confidential and counselors offer support and respect without judgment. The Exhale textline is available to individuals who have had abortions, and to their partners, friends, allies, and family members. For a confidential talkline, go to www.connectandbreathe.org/contact.html for more information.
California Smokers’ Helpline
www.kickitca.org / (800) 300-8086 / (800) 600-8191 (Spanish line)
A free program that can help you quit smoking, including self-help materials, referrals, and one-on-one counseling over the phone.
Emergency Food Assistance
Loveland Jubilee Pantry
(909) 873-2710 / 790 E. Foothill Blvd. Ste A, Rialto
Food is given away every Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. This program provides food and clothing for needy families on a monthly basis. Personal hygiene items are sometimes available.
BenefitsCal is a one-stop-shop to apply for...
•CMSP (County Medical Services Program)
•GA/GR (General assistance and general relief)
Salvation Army – San Bernardino
(909) 888-1336 / 838 Alta St. Redlands
Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Food distribution occurs the 1st Thursday of each month from 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Provides community information and referral assistance to the homeless. Emergency shelter for women and children, married couples and men with dependent children (Call: (909) 888-4880). Provides meal programs every day at 4:30 p.m. except Saturdays.
Please call 211 if you need further help locating places that offer food and living assistance and clothing.
Partners Against Violence
Provides support for Survivors of sexual assault and violent crimes. All of our services are confidential and available at no cost to Survivors, their significant others, and family members. We are partners committed to building healthy relationships, families, communities, and generations that are free from violence. Services are provided to those residing within San Bernardino County and East Riverside Counties. No proof of citizenship or residency status is needed.
- Crisis Response and Crisis Hotline
Reach a trained crisis intervention advocate any day, any time on our 24/7 Crisis Hotline.
Have an advocate by your side during medical and legal appointments.
Someone who is in your corner, with you throughout the journey of healing.
Specialized, confidential counseling for individuals and groups. Includes Survivor led peer-based counseling, trauma informed and strength-based, as well as support groups for Survivors and families. Offered in-person and virtually for individuals ages 4 and up.
San Bernardino Office (formerly SBSAS)
444 N. Arrowhead Ave., Ste. 101
San Bernardino, 92401
Coachella Valley Office (formerly CVSAS)
78370 Hwy 111, Ste. 130
La Quinta, 92253
Morongo Basin Office (formerly MBSAS)
58945 Business Center Dr., Ste. C
Yucca Valley, 92284
High Desert Office (formerly HDSAS)
15437 Anacapa Rd., Ste. 8
Redlands Satellite Office
(inside Redlands Police Department)
30 Cajon St., Redlands, 92373
Yucaipa Satellite Office
(inside Sheriff's station)
34144 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, 92399
RAINN: Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network
www.RAINN.org / (800) 656-HOPE (4673)
www.RAINN.org/es (Spanish site)
Provides free 24-hour confidential counseling, crisis intervention, and support to victims of sexual assault. Also provides referrals, information for friends and family, and offers out programs to prevent sexual assault, help victims, and make sure that rapists are brought to justice.
Redlands Community Hospital
www.RedlandsHospital.org / (909) 335-5500
Redlands Community Hospital provides forensic evidence collection after sexual assault.
Kaiser Permanente - Fontana Medical Center
healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/southern-california/facilities/fontana-medical-center-100127 / (909) 427-5000
9961 Sierra Ave., Fontana
Provides forensic evidence collection after sexual assault.
Safe at Home
www.sos.ca.gov/registries/safe-home/ (877) 322-5227
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Safe at Home program serves victims of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, human trafficking, and elder/dependent adult abuse, as well as reproductive health care workers, volunteers, and patients, and public entity employees and contractors. Safe at Home provides these individuals a substitute mailing address that can be used to help keep their home, work, and school address confidential and out of the hands of someone who has harmed or wants to harm them. There are fees for reproductive health and public entity applicants and participants.
Domestic Violence Hotlines
www.HavenHills.org / (818) 887-6589 (24-Hour Hotline)
Provides 24 hour crisis line, 30 day crisis shelter, counseling, 18 month transitional housing, children’s program, LGBTQ services
House of Ruth
www.HouseOfRuthInc.org / (877) 988-5559 (24-Hour Hotline)
Free domestic violence support, including emergency shelter, crisis intervention counseling, case management services, legal advocacy, adult and children’s therapy, support groups, and 24-hour hotline.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
www.NDVH.org / (800) 799-SAFE (7233) / (800) 787-3224 (TTY) / Text "START" to 88788
Provides free 24-hour information and referrals for victims of domestic violence. Also provides crisis intervention, resource materials, and bilingual advocates.
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
www.LoveIsRespect.org / (866) 331-9474 / Text LOVEIS to 22522 (TYY)
Peer advocates offer support, information, and advocacy to those involved in abusive dating relationships, as well as concerned parents, teachers, clergy, law enforcement, and service providers.
Futures Without Violence
www.FuturesWithoutViolence.org / [email protected]
Provides programs, policies, and campaigns that empower individuals and organizations working to end violence against women and children around the world.
Option House Inc.
www.optionhouseinc.com / (909) 381-1602 / (909) 381-3471 (Crisis Hotline)
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Option House Inc provides the following services:
- Short Term Emergency Shelter
- Legal Services
- CalWorks Services
- One on One Domestic Violence Support Sessions
- Group Domestic Violence Support Sessions
- Teen Dating Violence Prevention
Majority of services are provided in English and Spanish and are free of charge.
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
www.eeoc.gov/national-human-trafficking-resource-center / (888) 373-7888 (24-Hour Hotline) / Text: 233733
www.eeoc.gov/es/node/26093 (Spanish site)
Anonymous and confidential, accessible in more than 160 languages, this hotline is able to provide help, referral to services, training and general information.
California Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking
1 (888) KEY-2-FREE(DOM) / (888) 539-2373 (24-Hour Hotline)
Anonymous and confidential, accessible in more than 160 languages, able to provide help, referral to services, training and general information. Resources/legal services offered in Spanish.
Get information on what to do if you’re stopped by Police, Immigration Agents, or the FBI.
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
Supports the health and well-being of LGBTQ persons, their family, and friends through support, education, and advocacy.
All Saints Episcopal Church
3847 Terracina Dr., Riverside 92506 (Cross street is Magnolia Ave; Across from RCC)
When: 2nd Sunday of each month
Time: 7:00 p.m.
No cost to attend. Free Parking. Any youth under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. These meetings are for LGBTQ+ individuals, as well as parents, families, and allies.
PFLAGTemecula.org / (951) 878-8052 / [email protected]
41000 Main St., Temecula, 92590
When: 4th Wednesdays of each month
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
www.folxhealth.com / [email protected]
FOLX Health is a digital healthcare service provider specifically designed to support LGBTQIA+ people. The FOLX team of largely queer, trans, and nonbinary clinicians currently provides testosterone and estrogen hormone replacement therapy (HRT), erectile dysfunction medication, PrEP — all able to be shipped directly to members' doors — as well as required lab monitoring through at-home kits or Quest Diagnostics locations. Members communicate with FOLX through secure digital video visits and/or messaging.
LGBT National Help Center
National Hotline: (888) 843-4564
Youth Hotline: (800) 246-7743
Senior Hotline (Ages 50+): (888) 234-7243
Coming Out Support Hotline: (888) 688-5428
One-to-One Chat: www.LGBThotline.org/chat
Monday – Friday: 1 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The LGBT National Help Center provides vital support through our national hotlines, one-to-one online chats and email peer support, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the US and Canada. We speak to anyone of any age, regardless of gender, sexuality, gender identity, ethnicity, or location about coming out issues, relationship concerns, parent issues, HIV/AIDS anxiety, safer sex information, suicide prevention, discrimination, isolation and much more.
www.translifeline.org / (877) 565-8860
www.translifeline.org/quienes-somos/?lang=es (Spanish site)
Peer to peer hotline support for trans, gender diverse, and questioning individuals. This resource pledges that they will not engage in nonconsensual active rescue (calling 911 or law enforcement).
Offers gender affirming care services. Will see uninsured and underinsured patients and has a low cost visit option.
The Trevor Project
www.TheTrevorProject.org / (866) 4U-TREVOR (866-488-7386) / Text “START” to 678678
Crisis and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ youth, including toll-free and online chat hotlines.
LGBTQ+ Healthcare Directory
A free, searchable database of all kinds of doctors, medical professionals and healthcare providers who are knowledgeable and sensitive to the unique health needs of LGBTQ+ people in the USA and Canada.
LGBTQ Support Centers
www.bienestar.org/testing-screening / (866) 590-6411
www.bienestar.org/es (Spanish site)
Provides case management, housing assistance, mental health counseling, peer support, substance abuse services to persons with HIV/AIDS. Serves the Latina/o LGBT community and offers HIV testing, referrals, support groups, and addiction support services in English and Spanish. Some locations may have more services.
Lambda Legal (Western Regional Office)
www.LambdaLegal.org / (213) 382-7600
4221 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 280, Los Angeles
Legal information and help with discrimination or unfair treatment because of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and HIV status.
Transgender Law Center (TLC)
www.TransGenderLawCenter.org / (510) 587-9696
www.transgenderlawcenter.org/espanol (Spanish site)
Transgender legal advocacy, community advocacy, client intake, legal referrals.
San Bernardino County/Orange County 2-1-1
www.211SB.org / 211 / OC Toll Free: (888) 600-4357
By dialing 2-1-1, get linked to thousands of local health and human services programs. It’s a free resource that provides referrals to community health and social services, including food, shelter, transportation, prenatal care, substance abuse, government assistance programs, workforce development, health insurance access programs, elder care, child development care, safety services, and more.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program
www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DOA/Pages/OAmain.aspx / (844) 550-3944
The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides drugs to individuals who otherwise could not afford them. The drugs provided by ADAP have been determined to prolong quality of life and to delay the deterioration of health among individuals infected with HIV.
To find the nearest ADAP enrollment site or participating pharmacy, please call.
San Bernardino Department of Health HIV Services
www.wp.sbcounty.gov/dph/programs/hiv-aids / (909) 782-4264
351 N. Mountain View Ave., 3rd Floor, San Bernadino,92415
HIV Prevention Services offers community testing and ongoing care and treatment for those living with HIV, including access to HIV medications (AIDS Drug Assistance Program).
www.hivinfo.nih.gov/home-page / (800) 448-0440
Offers information on HIV treatment and research, customized clinical trial searches, and referrals to a host of other useful, government-approved resources. Health information specialists can confidentially answer questions in both English and Spanish.
San Bernardino County HIV/AIDS Program
www.wp.sbcounty.gov/dph/programs/hiv-aids / (800) 255-6560
Clinical Services/STD Testing: (800) 722-4777
Provides confidential HIV antibody testing and counseling and AIDS Drug Program.
606 E. Mill St., San Bernardino
Victorville / Hesperia
16453 Bear Valley Rd., Hesperia
150 E. Holt Ave., Ontario
11336 Bartlett Ave., Ste. 11, Adelanto
303 E. Mountain View St., Barstow
800 E. Lugonia Ave., Ste. F, Redlands
This free tool estimates the number of calories a person needs to consume each day. Can be used as a guideline for how many calories to consume each day to maintain, lose, or gain weight at a chosen rate.
Calorie Counter by FatSecret
App Stores: Apple, Android, Windows, & BlackBerry
This free app helps users track and log food intake and physical activity, nutritional information, ingredients and recipes that fit user’s nutritional plan; weight chart and journal; Apple Health, Google Fit, Samsung Health, and Fitbit exercise tracking integration; access to community support. The Premium version includes nutritional meal plans created by dietitian, and advanced meal planning.
Languages: English, Spanish, and others.
Choose My Plate
Apps: Start Simple with MyPlate app on Apple & Android
This free tool provides education and resources from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to find a healthy eating style that can be maintained and built on throughout the lifetime taking into account the individual’s needs. Users can set food goals, see daily progress towards and tips to help meet food goals, earn badges as goals completed, sync to smartwatch.
Eat This Much
Apps: Apple & Android
Eat This Much Free – Daily meal planning based on user’s nutritional goals and food preferences, grocery list and cooking instructions, nutrition and weight logging and tracking.
Eat This Much Premium – Fee required – All of the above services plus weekly meal planning, customizable daily meal planning, automatic and customizable grocery lists, sync with Apple Health.
Apps: Apple & Android
Basic – Personalized weight loss plan based on user’s goals, food and physical activity logging and tracking, sync Apple Health and Google Fit apps, access to community support.
Premium (Fee required) – All of the above services plus additional logging and tracking options, meal and physical activity planning, sync devices like fitness trackers or scale.
Languages: English, Spanish, and others.
Move Your Way
Services: Tools, videos, and fact sheets from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to make it easier to get more physical activity.
Languages: English and Spanish (health.gov/espanol/moveyourway)
Apps: Apple & Android
MyFitnessPal Free – Personalized nutrition profile based on user’s goals, food and physical activity logging and tracking, personal food database, sync to numerous apps and devices, access to community support.
MyFitnessPal Premium (Fee required) – All of the above services plus additional and customizable logging and tracking options, guided fitness and nutrition plans, meals and recipes.
Languages: English, Spanish, and others
Obesity Action Coalition
Services: Education, advocacy, and support for individuals affected by the disease of obesity by a national non-profit organization; can join the Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) Community for access to additional news, health and wellness information, events and educational opportunities, and getting involved with OAC.
IEHP Community Resource Centers
Open to: General community (you do not have to have insurance). Classes limited to IEHP members are noted on the class calendar. Virtual classes offered – see below link to access Class Calendar.
Cost: Free to all
Services: Fitness Classes like yoga, tai chi, line dance, kickboxing. Wellness Classes like nutrition, cooking, meditation.
Languages: English and Spanish classes available
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturdays 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Check the website for a monthly class schedule.
805 W. 2nd St., Suite C.
San Bernardino, 92410
(at Marshall's Plaza)
(866) 228-4347 press "4"
12353 Mariposa Road Unit C2 and C3
(866) 228-4347 press "5"
3590 Tyler St., Ste. 101
Riverside, CA 92503
(Across from Galleria at Tyler - next to Dollar Tree)
(866) 228-4347 press "3"
City Parks, Recreation, & Community Services Departments
San Bernardino Parks, Recreation & Community Services
Open to: General community (you do not have to be a resident of San Bernardino)
Cost: Fees required (non-resident fees apply)
Services: Recreational activities and classes, parks. Recreational and community centers.
Online Registration: apm.activecommunities.com/sbcity/Home
Contact: (909) 384-5233
Upland Recreation and Community Services
Virtual activities and socially distanced outdoor classes offered. See below link to access the Virtual Recreation & Resource Center. City trails and basketball courts open. Park amenities and centers open.
Open to: General community
Cost: Fees required for classes
Services: Recreational activities and classes, parks
Recreation Classes: apm.activecommunities.com/upland/Activity_Search
Virtual Recreation & Resource Center: www.uplandca.gov/virtual-recreation-resource-center
Contact: (909) 931-4280
Victorville Community Services Department
Virtual activities offered. See below link to access the Virtual Recreation Center. Facilities closed and in-person classes and activities canceled.
Cost: Fees required for most classes and sports. Some free classes.
Services: Recreational activities and classes, parks. Community and sports centers.
Register for Activities: apm.activecommunities.com/victorvillerec
Virtual Recreation Center: www.victorvilleca.gov/government/city-departments/community-services/recreation/virtual-recreation-center
Contact: (760) 245-5551