If you need someone to talk to, are concerned about someone, need help finding a local resource, or assistance navigating the behavioral health system.
Staff of trained and experienced advisors are available to support. Their team will assess your needs and connect you with the appropriate resource or assist with a mental health referral.
They are available 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. Assistance is available in English and Spanish (other languages can be made available as needed).
24/7 Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline
Línea de crisis y prevención de suicidio 24/7 del Inland Empire
Chat with Peer Support and express what’s on your mind. Safe, confidential, and free. Monday through Friday 8:00 am –5:00 pm. Visit the website to chat online or download the mobile app.
The It’s Up to Us campaign is designed to empower residents of Riverside County to talk openly about mental illness, recognize symptoms, utilize local resources, and seek help.
This website is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health. Find agencies, programs, or facilities near you.
DPSS supports working-class individuals and families who are struggling with low income. Their mission is to support and improve the health, safety, well-being and independence of Riverside County’s individuals and families. Their CalFresh program puts food-buying power into the hands of working-class households. With CalFresh, families can buy healthy food to meet their household’s needs.
View this resource guide for various community organizations in Moreno Valley including shelters, emergency housing, homeless teen shelters, showering facilities, food, clothing, mental health, substance abuse counseling and recovery.
INSPIRE Life Skills Training emphasizes 6 points: Education and Job Training, Life Skills Training, Part-time Employment, Professional Counseling and Medical Care Access, Mentoring, Housing Assistance.