Counseling Resources

This page has tons of local resources. Please click on the pictures and or links to access them. Many of the agencies listed below work with insurance providers as well as providing sliding scale to no cost options. Make sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of your page. Talk to your Schools Counselor for additional information.

Ways to get Mental Health Help.pdf

Click to download for Mental Health Centers and more resources for families and students.

PARENT TO PARENT RESOURCE LIST.pdf

Riverside County Office of Education

Virtual Groups available!

Transitional Age Youth (TAY)


Please call for updated information!

Online support groups Stepping Stones January 2021.pdf

Riverside University Health System- Behavioral Health

A Mental Health Outreach Program Located in Riverside County

TAY Siblings Support Group

3rd Wednesday of Each Month

1:30 pm-3:00 pm

For more information, please contact Angie at

951-988-7166

or email MRodrigues@ruhealth.org


TAY Siblings Support Group.pdf

Riverside University Health System- Behavioral Health

A Mental Health Outreach Program Located in Riverside County



Please call for updated information!

Cup of Happy Brochure.pdf

Mental Health Resources

Food Assistance Resources

Provides support and valuable resources and information on school re-enrollment, school closure information, online support groups for parents & students, obtaining distance learning devices, parent workshops, and more.

Resources on:

Connects you to local services for food, housing/shelter, utilities, health, and therapy.

Phone Number: 211

Connects students and families with mental healthcare resources and providers in their communities.

Provides information for families in need of food assistance. Also, rental & utility assistance, assistance for households with senior citizens, weatherization program for low income families, financial assistance, and issues with eviction.

Provides services for "low income" families within the boundaries of the Corona-Norco School District. It includes a food pantry & a thrift store.

Provides support for uninsured children - Medical, Dental, and Vision.

RUHS has been the foundation of health care, community wellness and medical education in Riverside County for more than 100 years

Teen Health

Free Teen Clinic Services (Male & Female): Confidential Walk in

Free Teen Clinic Services

Please contact the health center for times and appointments.

Free Teen Clinic Services

Please contact the health center for times and appointments.

Community Health Centers in various locations.

A resource to support domestic violence survivors.

Provide range of services aimed at breaking the cycle of physical and emotional violence within families and the wider community.

HOPE Collaborative - HEALING . OUTREACH. PREVENTION. EDUCATION.

The mission of the HOPE Collaborative is to promote the safety of children and prevent abuse and neglect in Riverside County.


The Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center is committed to providing culturally responsive support and services to survivors of sexual assault and their families and to providing community education to achieve awareness and the prevention of all forms of sexual violence.


RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization.


RUHS has been the foundation of health care, community wellness and medical education in Riverside County for more than 100 years

SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.


Established in 1972, MFI Recovery Center is a CARF accredited, non-profit corporation dedicated to providing quality, affordable mental health and substance abuse treatment programs for men, women, women with children, and adolescents.

Full Circle Recovery (FCR) has successfully rehabilitated drug and alcohol abuse sufferers for more than twenty years. Residential in-patient & out-patient treatment center.

Program available to adolescents (13-18 years of age)

Accepts most major PPO insurances

Teens in Crisis & Hotlines

When families come to us, they’re usually at their wit’s end—parents are frustrated and children don’t know where to turn. Our 21-day Emergency Shelter provides a caring staff that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for youth and their families who need help negotiating the often challenging road from childhood to an independent adult life.

***Disclaimer: If you or if someone you know is considering Suicide please dial 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room. The links on our website are purely for educational purposes and are not intended as psychological interventions or as a substitute for psychological treatment. If you are in need of psychological help you should seek the consultation of a licensed mental health professional. We have provided links to resources throughout the website.***