Reach Out News

February | 2023

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Strengthening the IE Community through Our Programs

Black History Month

Get Psyched!

Inland Health Professions Coalition — Get Psyched!

Reach Out's Inland Health Professions Coalition held Get Psyched! for students at Cajon High School in San Bernardino.

The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health and the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools gave students an overview of different behavioral healthcare careers and provided them with mental health resources.

Students also had the opportunity to receive Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) — a suicide prevention training. They also participated in a simulation of Hearing Voices, an empathy-building activity that gave them the opportunity to understand the challenges of individuals living with psychosis.

Stay tuned for Inland Health Professions Conference on April 12, 2023!

Medication Drop Boxes

Medication Drop-box Installation and Ribbon-cutting at Ontario Police Station

Reach Out's Community Health & Policy Department partnered with the Ontario Police Department and Ontario Fire Department to install medication drop boxes at both departments.

The medication drop boxes are part of Reach Out’s ongoing effort to reduce substance abuse and misuse throughout the Inland Empire. The drop boxes, for the safe disposal of unneeded or expired prescription medications, are in the lobby of the Ontario Police Department, 2500 S. Archibald Ave., and the Ontario Fire Department, 425 E. B St.

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Tax Season is Here

Earned Income Tax Credit

Have you claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit? You may be eligible for a tax credit of up to $6,935 if you:


  • Worked and had an income in 2022
  • Plan to file a tax return
  • Generally made less than $59,187
  • Have a social security number


Visit the IRS website to see if you qualify!

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Latino Health Collaborative (LHC) is a collective of community stakeholders focused on finding solutions to increase access to care and eliminate health disparities in the Inland Empire. Join LHC to receive update on a variety of topics related to health and the well-being of the Latinx community.

Contact Josie for more info

Partners for Innovative Communities' (PIC) mission is to empower communities by increasing their capacity to create healthy and safe environments through policy design, partnerships, and collaboration. PIC's priority areas are restorative justice, school climate, and substance abuse prevention.

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The Inland Health Professions Coalition (IHPC) works collaboratively with students, educators and health professionals to achieve a diverse and community responsive health workforce in Pomona Valley,

San Bernardino and

Riverside Counties.

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Fontana Community Coalition (FCC) is a passionate, dedicated and attentive grass-roots community partnership that promotes positive direction and opportunity for youth recognition, celebration of Fontana’s cultural diversity, policy and collaborative solutions that respond to the specific needs of the


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The Morongo Basin Community Coalition (MBCC) is a community group focused on reducing substance abuse in the Morongo Basin. This coalition is designed to assist the community in building partnerships, engaging stakeholders, and facilitating community discussion to create a safer and healthier Morongo Basin.

Contact Karen for more info

Healthy Jurupa Valley (HJV) is part of a national Healthy Cities movement to improve the health and quality of life of all our residents. Healthy Jurupa Valley is a private public partnership between the City of Jurupa Valley and the non-profit agency Reach Out. Our work is accomplished through five Action Teams that focus on goals set by community members, for community members.

Contact Natalie for more info

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