Reach Out recently held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting event to celebrate the new Jurupa Valley Resource Center on Thursday, March 23rd. The center will provide the community with a wide range of valuable community resources, including:
• Housing and Utility Support • Mental Health Support • Substance Use Prevention
• Violence Prevention • Employment and Workforce Development • Family Health and Wellness • Youth Education and Empowerment • Financial Literacy and Education • Immigration Services • Translation Services.
Attendees had an opportunity to tour the facility, enjoy music, a food truck, face painting, a balloon artist, opportunity drawings, and more! In addition, Community Health Systems Inc. mobile vaccine unit was on site administering COVID-19 vaccinations, boosters, and flu shots. Those who received their booster or vaccination received a gift card.
Special guests included City of Jurupa Valley elected officials Mayor Chris Barajas, Mayor Pro-Tem Guillermo Silva, and Council Member Leslie Altamirano. Additional dignitaries include: The Office of Congressman Mark Takano, Office of State Senator Richard Roth, Office of California State Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes, and Riverside County Board Supervisor Karen Spiegel.
For more information about Jurupa Valley Resource Center visit we-reachout.org/jvrc or call (951) 465-4564.