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San Bernardino County

Inland Empire Health Plan: Mental Health and Wellness

Find general information about mental health and resources available in San Bernardino. The Inland Empire Health Plan is one of the largest Medicaid health plans and the largest not-for-profit Medicare-Medicaid plan in the country.  

San Bernardino County Behavioral Health  

Find locations for walk-in clinics, urgent care, outpatient clinics, and more. 

San Bernardino County Transitional Assistance Department

Transitional Assistance Department (TAD) enhances the quality of life in the community by administering support programs to persons in need of financial, nutritional, and/or medical assistance while working with families and individuals to attain self-sufficiency. Find the programs offered, including Cal Fresh, in their drop-down menu.   

Family Assistance Program

Family Assistance Program provides free shelter and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence and homelessness. Their programs include two runaway/homeless youth shelters, a homeless youth street outreach team, youth drop-in centers, Next Steps re-entry program, drop-in community centers, and other programs and services to support the needs of the communities in Victor Valley, San Bernardino, Morongo Basin, and Fontana.

Foster Youth Online and Hotline Help

San Bernardino County Children and Family Services has a collection of local and statewide resources for homeless and foster youth. Independent Living Program (ILP) is a nationwide program designed to provide basic life skills, career exploration, and job readiness preparation for foster teens. In this program, the eligible teens (16-21 years of age) will learn skills to prepare them to transition to adulthood and living on their own. Find local contact information for ILP and other information every foster youth should know!

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At Altus Schools, we have developed a comprehensive mental health program that consists of several elements designed to support students directly and build staff capacity to create safe and supportive learning environments that are trauma-informed, culturally responsive, and that connect students and families to appropriate resources. Highlights of our mental health program include (1) teachers who are specially trained in suicide screening, trauma-informed practices, human trafficking prevention, and socio-emotional learning; (2) strategic partnerships with community organizations to provide mental health services; (3) a team of school nurses; (4) a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; (5) a Healthy Youth Department that coordinates student webinars and professional learning to support students’ mental health and wellness; (6) student webinars with socio-emotional learning through our Resilience in Students and Education (RISE) series; (7) suicide prevention, intervention and postvention protocols; (8) tools for connecting students and families to information resources; (9) parent/guardian webinars through our Family Learning Series on student mental health, wellness, and community resources; and (10) administration of special programs and coordination of services for identified student groups.