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School Resources

Your high school counselor is available to assist you with questions and concerns. The school psychologist and school nurse can also provide information if needed. See your high school counselor for conflict management.

Suicide:

Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
HopeLine http://hopeline.com/
Suicide & Crisis Intervention (800) 843-5200 (call or text)
  May text 8:30am-Midnight
Suicide Prevention Center (310) 391-1253
Youth America Hotline (YAH!) 1-800-252-8336
Crisis Chat http://crisischat.org
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-273-8255 
PRIDE - The Trevor Project 1-866-488-7386

2-1-1 - United Way

1 (888) 435-7565
Monday-Friday 24 hours a day
Free and confidential information and referrals for:
Food, clothing, shelter, counseling, crisis services, health and dental care, elder assistance and much more

Abducted and Sexually Exploited Children

California Missing Children Hotline (800) 222-3463
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (800) 843-5678
Jacob Wetterling Foundation (800) 325-HOPE (4673)

Abuse/Rape/Sexual Molestation

Child Abuse Hotline (800) 540-4000
Child Protective Services (800) 827-8724 or (909) 384-9233
Child Protective Services - RC (909) 945-3762
House of Ruth (909) 988-5559 or (909) 623-4364
Child / Sexual Abuse Riverside (800) 442-4918
Project Sister / Rape Hotline (909) 626-HELP (4357)
  Child Abuse (626) 966-4155
Rape Abuse Incest National Network (800) 656-4673

Alcohol and Drug Counseling

Alcohol and Drug Helpline (800) 821-4357
Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (909) 629-4084
Al-Anon and Alateen (888) 425-2666
Alcoholics Anonymous (909) 825-4700
Chino Human Services (909) 591-9822
Mariposa Community Counseling (909) 458-1350
Matrix Institute (909) 989-9724
Narcotics Anonymous (909) 622-4274
New Day Institute (909) 517-2020
Ontario Community Counseling (909) 933-6341
Youth Services (909) 949-4667

Behavioral Health

Behavioral Medicine Center (Inpatient Program) (866) 884-2334
Canyon Ridge Hospital (909) 590-3700
Mental Health Systems - TAY Center (909) 983-4466
Valenta - Depression and Anxiety (909) 771-8023

Counseling Services

Access Unit (888) 743-1478
Caritas Counseling of Catholic Charities (909) 763-4970
Chino Human Services (909) 591-9822
Community Crisis Response Team (909) 535-1316 or (909) 458-1517
Crisis Walk-in Clinic - Rialto (909) 421-9495
Focus West (909) 467-5203
House of Ruth (909) 988-5559
Inland Valley Recovery Services (909) 932-1069
Juvenile Intervention Program (909) 387-3700
Mariposa Community Counseling (909) 458-1350
Martinez Counseling Center (909) 466-6939
Mesa Counseling Center (909) 421-9200
Mental Health Systems - TAY Center (909) 983-4466
Montclair Day Reporting Center (909) 447-4501 Ext 207
Ontario Community Counseling (909) 933-6341
Parent Project (909) 447-4507 Ext 207 or 203
Pomona Health Care (800) 420-9064
Project Sister (909) 623-1619
Reach Out Group Counseling (909) 982-8641
Samaritan Counseling Center (909) 985-0513
South Coast Community Services (909) 980-6700
Tri-City Mental Health (909) 623-6131
The Olive Branch (909) 989-9030
Upland Community Counseling (909) 458-1350
University of Phoenix (UOPX) (909) 472-3798
West End Family Counseling (909) 983-2020
Youth Services, Upland (909) 932-1069

Drug Testing

Ontario Testing Center (909) 937-3955

Eating Disorders

Overeaters Anonymous (951) 715-2080 or (626) 335-3355
Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (630) 577-1330

Emergency Food and Shelter

Catholic Community Charities (West End) (909) 391-4882
Catholic Social Services (909) 388-1239
Chino Neighborhood House (909) 628-5608
Community Action Partnership (909) 723-1500
Housing Authority of San Bernardino (909) 890-0644
Inland Valley HOPE Partners (food) (909) 622-3806
Salvation Army (909) 986-6748
Outreach Nation Food Bank (909) 825-8080

Employment

Rancho Cucamonga Employment Resource Center (909) 941-6500

 

General Assistance

Eileen's HOPE Closet (909) 985-0966
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (877) 623-3435
Pacific Clinic Drop-In Transitional Age Youth (909) 466-8696
Parents of Murdered Children (Inland Empire) (909) 987-6164
Rancho Cucamonga Resource Center (909) 477-2781
United Way, Mt. Baldy Region (Help on Call) (909) 980-1994
WE TIP - National Headquarters (800) 472-7766

Job Counseling

California Conservation Corps (909) 594-4206
Inland Empire Job Corps (909) 887-6305

Pregnancy/Parenthood

Alternative Avenues/Pregnancy Counseling (909) 398-4838
Department of Public Health (800) 782-4264
San Bernardino County Family Planning (800) 722-4777
Bethany Christian Services (909) 465-0057
Planned Parenthood (800) 230-7526
American Adoptions (800) 236-7846
Postpartum Depression Hotline (800) 944-4773

Recovery

American Recovery Center (909) 865-2336
Jericho Outreach (909) 591-1465
Hope Recovery Center (951) 603-0031
Inland Valley Recovery Center (909) 932-1069

Runaway Services

Child Find of America (800) I-AM-LOST (426-5678)
Children of the Night Hotline (800) 551-1300
Covenant House (800) 786-2929

Sexual Diseases

AIDS Hotline (800) 367-2437
AIDS Testing (Public Health) (800) 722-4777
Department of Public Health (800) 782-4264
Foothill AIDS Project (909) 482-2066
Planned Parenthood (800) 230-PLAN

Smoking Cessation

American Cancer Society  
Nicotine Anonymous (800) 642-0666
Reach Out West End (909) 982-8641
TobaccoFreeCA  

Transportation

Omni Trans (800) 966-6428

Disclaimer:

This list of agencies and entities has been compiled for the convenience of the families of our students. The list may be neither complete nor exhaustive. CJUHSD assumes no liability for the quality or appropriateness of the services provided by these groups. Interactions with these agencies or entities will be done so solely at the risk of the user, who bears the responsibility.