Mental Health and Wellness Support for Excelsior Students, Staff, Student-Families and Staff-Families.
Excelsior Charter Schools has partnered with Care Solace to help our students, staff members and their families find mental health providers and programs that offer:
- In person therapy
- Online therapy
- Residential inpatient treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Detox centers
- Family Counseling
Call (888) 515-0595 or CLICK HERE.
Care Solace’s team is available 24/7 and can support you in whatever language you prefer. Your personal Care Concierge will research and make phone calls for you to quickly find a quality provider matched to your needs. They have thousands of resources that will accept your insurance, private or Medi-Cal or sliding scale options. Once they identify a provider matched to your needs, they will personally assist you with booking an appointment and check in to see if you are happy with that provider or support you in finding someone else.
Click here for more information on Spectrum Internet Assist!
Local Inland Empire non-profits are working with the California Public Utilities Commission to connect residents to high-speed, inexpensive internet through the California Emerging Technology Fund during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You may even be eligible for a complimentary Chromebook if you are in a Frontier serviceable area!
To qualify and get high-speed internet provided by Spectrum, Human-I-T, AT&T, Frontier or Comcast, call one of the authorized organizations below:
Call/Text: (909) 406-9372 or (909) 454-7129
Email: [email protected]
SBX: Youth & Family Services
Text “Connect” to (951) 406-4466
Or go to www.sbxinc.org/low-cost-internet to see if you qualify.
Great Harvest Community Center
Call: (909) 352-9060
Email: Greg Walker [email protected]
AT&T Access Program for Low Income Families
In compliance with the Student Voter Registration Act of 2003 (Elections Code sections 2145-2148) we are providing a meaningful opportunity for our 18 year old students to register to vote. Please note that while only students turning 18 years of age prior to any election are eligible to vote, California law now allows 16 and 17 year olds to pre-register to vote.
- Jobs with Amazon- third parties
- Auto CAD Drafter Needed
- Installation Department Manager Opportunity
- Goodwill Orientation Flyer
- Free Forklift Training and Job Placement Assistance
- Assembly Job- Full Time
- Biggest EVER Hiring Event
- CNC Turret Punch-press
- DHL Supply Chain Internet Job Fair
- HR Positions- Hiring Immediately ENGLISH | SPANISH
- KEHE Warehouse Job
- Metal Finisher
- Metropolitan Water- Steps to Landing your Next Job Web Series
- MIG Full-Time Welder
- PRD Mechanical Assembler
- PRD Wireman
- PRD Welder
- Ramp Agent
- Warehouse Associate Job
- Digital Press Operator
- UPS Open Positions
- Amazon Hiring Opportunities
- Now Hiring a Part Time Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) in Riverside, CA
- Director of Nutrition Food Services
- CAHELP JPA- Program Specialist
- Operations Supervisor
- Manager – New World of Work Workforce Development
- Senior Specialist Education
- Production Line Operator
- Account Executive
- Promotions Marketing Director
- Traffic Coordinator
- Excelsior Maintenance Worker
- FedEx Now Hiring
- Hot Jobs- BNSF
- Hot Jobs- Big Lots
- SurgiCal Precision- Now Hiring Medical Assistant
- Center for Employment Training – Women’s Empowerment Workshop – MARCH 31, 2021
- Center for Employment – Women in Automotive – MARCH 23, 2021
- Cardena’s Market – HELP WANTED
- Bakery Clerk
- HOT JOBS- Fastlane Trailer Mechanic
- Meat Clerks
- Riverside Unified- Selector
- LKQ PYP Hiring Event
- Rapid Response Flyer
The County of San Bernardino Workforce Development Department is offering the CalWorks Youth Employment Program (CYEP) and the CalWORKs Subsidized Employment Program (CSEP).
Use the links below for more information:
Click here to learn more about U.S. Census Bureau Virtual Recruitment.
- County Approved Transitional Age Youth (TAY)
- CWE – Community Wholeness and Enrichment Program
- Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS)
- Transition Resource Directory
- Victor Community Support Services
Desert/Mountain Children’s Center Resource’s which include:
- Food & Clothing
- Bill Assistance
- Child Care/Preschool
- Medical Care
Click here to read the February newsletter from California Homeless Youth Project, which contains information on college transition, disability intersection, real cost of college, and juvenile justice.
Click here for more information on:
- Goodwill Locations
- Events & Discounts
- How to Donate
Heroes Warehouse has furniture for Veterans, active duty, reservists and their families who are in need.
Please visit this link for more details:
*Must bring your DD214 or Veteran ID.
www.Victor.org is comprised of three agencies that provide a wide array of services and supports to people of all ages. Through our various programs, we offer people hope, skills and tangible solutions to assist them in leading productive, successful lives.
Click here for more information on The B.L.O.C.K. Youth Drop-In Center and Community Resource Center.
Click here to learn more about Food and Mental Health Contacts and Resources.
Click here to learn more about the iFoster Free Phone Program.
Please use this link to learn more about The Community Pantry Program in San Bernardino and the dates and locations at which you can find resources.
Child Care Resource Center has received additional funding to pay for child care for essential workers who qualify. This emergency funding is short term for the period of May 1st to June 30th, 2020.
Click here to apply.
Click here to learn more about CAPSBC’s Virtual Food Drive.
GAF- Click here for CARE webinar classes.
Click here for great news about Pandemic EBT.
Click here to learn about more about California-Hawaii Elks Major Project.
Click here to learn more about what companies are hiring during COVID-19.
Amazon is currently hiring for entry-level warehouse positions. These jobs are Seasonal, Full-Time, and there are warehouses in Chino, Eastvale, Fontana, and Rialto.
Visit amazon.force.com to apply.
Employment Development Department has begun a mass hiring effort due to COVID19.
They are immediately seeking representatives with accounting, tax, and fact-finding interviewing experience for full-time, intermittent positions which may become permanent.
Click here to learn more about U.S. Census Bureau Virtual Recruitment.
Click here for job opportunities with medical testing firm Optum.
Click here for job seeker COVID-19 quick links.
Click here to learn more about Free Mental Health Support during COVID19.
Click here to learn more about Drive-Thru testing in San Bernardino County.
Click here to learn more about Free Mental Health Services for students during COVID19.
Click here to learn more about SoCalGasCAREs.
Clear here to read more about San Bernardino County Community Resources for COVID19.
Click here to read more about the Executive Order for Expanded Child Care.
Click here to learn more about Community Resources near you via IE Connect.
Click here for COVID19 testing site locations and events.
Click here for more San Bernardino County Testing Locations.
Click here for Free Flu Shots and COVID-19 Testing.
Click here for COVID 19 testing locations for November 2020.
Click here to learn more about Victor Valley COVID 19 Compliant 24-hour Shelter.
Click here for Community Healthy Systems Free COVID 19 testing.
Click here to read more about how FEMA can help pay Funeral Costs for COVID-19 Related Deaths.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis Helping Hands Pantry will be continuing its regular services and is adding home delivery for seniors and shut-ins. This program is active now and to receive this service you must go to https://helpinghandspantry.org/programs/delivery-service/ and follow the directions. They are serving the communities of San Bernardino, Redlands, Loma Linda, Grand Terrace, Highland, Mentone, Yucaipa, Colton, Rialto, and Fontana.
You can enroll in school even if you have:
- Uncertain Housing
- A Temporary Address
- No Permanent Physical Address
Click here for more Enrollment Information for Homeless & Foster Youth.
With the Family Support List you can find the names, locations and contact information for the following areas:
- East Highland
- North Victorville
- San Bernardino
Foster Care Ombudsperson announced at the Child Welfare Policy Roundtable that the office would remain open and available to respond to requests seven days a week. The number is 1-877-846-1602.
The office of the Foster Care Ombudsperson was established by California Legislature in 1998 to disseminate information about foster children’s rights and investigate and resolve complaints made by foster youth regarding their care, placement, and services.
“Helping Our Homeless Achieve Self-Sufficiency”
Click here for more information from the High Desert Homeless Services regarding:
- Single & Family Temporary Housing
- Transportation Services
Click here for more information from the San Bernardino County Office of Homeless Services regarding:
- Homeless Provider Network
- Food Distributors
- Emergency Solutions
- Emergency Shelters
303 E. Vanderbilt Way
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Ph: (909) 386-8297
Fax: (909) 890-0868
Click here for information on support for students and families affected by the Camp Fire.
As part of the Colonies Holiday Miracles event, Mark Christopher Auto Center and Colonies Partners are supporting the donation of a new Chevrolet Spark!
Click here for a copy of the application.
Need somewhere to stay? Oasis House is here for you! Click here to view the Oasis House Flyer.
Oasis House provides housing and resources to homeless transitional age youth (ages 18-24). Support our efforts by sharing this with underprivileged young adults in need of housing. You can also volunteer as a mentor, join our Advisory Board or donate much-needed funds. With your help, we can guide our youth to be self-sufficient contributors to the High Desert.
We have beds available now for young people in need of immediate housing. Please call or email Tesoro at 760-961-0352 or [email protected]
Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school will get extra food benefits. These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. P-EBT benefits help families in California buy food when schools are closed because of the coronavirus emergency.
Families will get up to $365 per eligible child on their P-EBT card to use on food and groceries.
Click here for more information.
Click here to apply.