- Child Healthcare
- Crisis Stabilization Unit
- Dental Care
- Domestic Violence 24/7 Hotline
- Emergency Care Services
- Family/Community Support
- Learning Disability Testing
- Mental Health Counseling
- Rehabilitation Resources
- Senior and Elder Care
- Sexual Health Services
- Suicide Prevention
- Women's Health Services
- Case management for basic needs (clothing, food, housing, etc.)
- Mental health counseling
- Physical health services
- Crisis intervention
- Homeless services for students and families
Call (909) 930-6793 for a referral from an Ontario-Montclair school site for services. OMSD is located at 1515 South Bon View Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761. Offices are open weekdays 7:30 am – 4:00 pm.
To receive aid from this resource, your child must be a student attending a school in the Ontario-Montclair school district. Then, the school’s outreach consultant will fill out a referral form along with the parents to make the child qualify for this care. Those with Medi-Cal and IEHP qualify.
Crisis Stabilization Unit
- 23-hour voluntary psychiatric urgent care center (ages 13+)
- Mental health evaluations and medication
- Case management
- Peer support
Call (909) 458-1517. The office is located at 14677 Merrill Ave., Fontana, CA 92335.
Call the phone number for welfare checks and emergency interventions (if someone is suicidal/homicidal). This number is only for emergencies.
- General Dentistry
- Wisdom teeth care and removal
- Root canal care
- Gum disease care
- Cosmetics (whitening)
Reach the front desk by calling (909) 984-7883. The Mission Dental Care office is located at 914 W Mission Blvd, Suite #H. The office’s hours are 9:00am to 8:00pm Monday-Friday and Saturday by appointment only.
Call the front desk to make an appointment or make an appointment on their website here. Those with Medi-Cal and IEHP qualify for care.
Domestic Violence 24/7 Hotline
- General support
- Emergency shelter
- Transitional housing
- Children’s programs
- Child abuse treatment programs
Call (877) 988 5559 to speak with a confidential representative and receive support.
Call the hotline phone number and speak with a representative. If they are accepting new cases, the representative will assess needs and provide relevant resources for support. No payment is required.
Emergency Care Services
- Trauma center (around-the-clock emergency care)
- Burn care
- Licensed social workers
- Multilingual care and assistance
- Direct contact with individual medical providers
Call (909) 580-1000 for care. The building is located at 400 N Pepper Ave., Colton, CA 92324.
In case of emergency, call (909) 580-1000 or visit the facility at 400 N Pepper Ave., Colton, CA to receive care. If you need a specific service, call in advance and make an appointment. Medicaid and IEHP are taken.
- Connection with resources tailored to specific needs
- Shares information from community members about helpful resources
- Facilitate support by posting requests to community members
- Assists in building a community support network
Call (616) 600-9642 for more information. The main office is located at 2031 Commercial St., San Diego, CA.
Download the Family Proud app to begin coordinating care from your phone. From there, begin inviting people into your care circle meant to create a digital support network with your community. You can then post updates, ask questions, and have meaningful conversations with those in your community network. Check out the Family Proud website for more details.
Learning Disability Testing
Provide testing for the following:
- Auditory processing
- Executive functioning
- Retained primitive reflexes
- Processing skills
Call (909) 598-2482 to inquire about services. The Stowell Learning Center is located at 15192 Central Ave., Chino, CA (they also have locations in Pasadena, Irvine, and Thousand Oaks).
Call (909) 598-2482 or go to their website and click on the button that says “Speak to a Learning Specialist.” Referrals are not necessary for care or diagnosis. Once you speak with a specialist, you can begin the testing, diagnosis, and treatment process. No form of insurance is accepted, however, once testing and treatment begin, you can apply for reimbursements with your insurance provider directly.
- Free mamograms
- Free x-rays
- Free ultrasounds
For inquiries and questions, call (909) 622-3166. For exam information and scheduling, call (877) 426-3926. Inquiries can also be sent via email to email@example.com. The main office is located at 2475 N Garey Ave., Pomona, CA, yet services can be digital and mobile.
Call (877) 426-3926 to schedule an exam. On the day of the exam, do not wear deodorant or perfume. Bring previous mammogram scans, films, and reports if you have them. Wear two-piece clothing (ex] a long sleeve with a tank top underneath). Do not schedule a mammogram the week before your menstrual period.
To find the location of the mobile mammogram clinic, click the button with the three lines at the top right corner of the website. Then, click imaging centers, which will reveal a drop-down list of locations. Click your desired location for more information.
- Health insurance coverage
Call (800) 541-5555 for general information. Call (410) 786-3000 to speak with a local representative.
Call (800) 541-5555 or (410) 786-3000 to speak with a representative and inquire about care. You can call with questions about a variety of topics: Medicaid eligibility, coverage, services, liens/third-party liability, provider enrollment, Medicaid claims, lost Medicaid card, finding a Medicaid/CHIP provider, and the status of a Medicaid/CHIP application.
To apply for coverage, click “Contact Us” on their website to see a heading called “Application Process.” This section includes details on how to apply for coverage.
Mental Health Counseling
- Counseling for bipolar disorder, clinical depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and more
- Outpatient programs
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Eating disorder treatment
- Group, individual, and trauma therapy
Call (909) 458-1350 for inquiries and for more information on how to receive care. Mariposa Community Counseling is located at 2940 Inland Empire Blvd., Ontario, CA.
Call (909) 458-1350 to begin the care process and book an appointment. No referrals are needed, and care is offered to those of all ages. IEHP is accepted.
- A broad spectrum of treatment options depending on the addiction and severity
- Holistic approach to healing the mind, body, and spirit
- Drug and alcohol counselors
- Safe place to recover and heal
Call (909) 296-4715 for inquiries and more information about care options. Call (888) 681-4594 to receive care.
Call (888) 681-4594 to receive care from a care team consisting of doctors, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, nutritionists, case managers, social workers, and recovery advocates. When calling, inquire about payment options including their free treatment options.
Senior and Elder Care
- Live-in or live-out care
- Caretakers tailored to specific needs
- Memory care
- Diabetic care
- Palliative care
- Mobility work
Visit the Care.com website for more information.
Go to Care.com and create an account where you will identify your specific needs and other family information. They will then create a list of professional caregivers in your area that could fit in with your specified needs. You will then contact and choose the caregiver you would like. Background checks can be conducted on caregivers for an extra fee.
Sexual Health Services
- Birth control
- Family planning
- Primary care
- Pregnancy testing and care
- Abortion care
- STD/STI testing
- In-person and telehealth visits
- Interpreter services (must be mentioned when making the appointment)
Call (909) 890-5511 for more information or visit their website. While Planned Parenthood has a number of different locations, their Upland office is located at 918 W Foothill Blvd, Upland, CA.
Call (909) 890-5511 to make an appointment and ask any questions. Medicaid and other insurance providers are accepted. Planned Parenthood serves all patients regardless of payment. Patients under 18 can seek medical care without parental consent.
- Counseling in over 150 languages
- Confidential support
Call 988 for support. Visit the 988 helpline website for more information.
Call 988 to speak with a confidential support person and receive care. Care is free of charge.
- Trained counselors
- Bilingual support
- Know The Signs Training Course
- Mental Health First Aid Training Course
Call (951) 686-4357 for care or to inquire about training courses. Also, visit their website for more information on courses. Care is free of charge.
Call (951) 686-4357 to speak with a trained, confidential counselor.
Women’s Health Services
- Prenatal care
- Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
- OB-GYN care
Call (909) 579-0806 or visit their website to make an appointment.
Call (909) 579-0806 or visit their website to inquire about care services and to book an appointment. Medicaid and IEHP are accepted.