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San Diego's New Children's Museum
What: Target Dollar Second Sunday Enjoy $1 admission to the museum with a variety of activities for the children.
When: Second Sunday of every month. 12pm-4pm
Where: 200 W. Island Ave., San Diego 619-233-8792

Summer Movie Express
What:  $1 family movies
When: Tues & Wed, 10-12
Edward Theatre - Promenade Temecula

The Fullerton Arboretum
 $5 donation to a 26-acre botanical grden with streams, wildlife, ponds and 4000 plus unique and unusual plant species from all over the world. Several special events throughout the year with fee. Check their website for more information. 
Where:1900 Associated Road, Fullerton

Michaels Kids Club
What: While you shop let your kids explore their creativity and enjoy our summer Passport to Imagination program. $2 - $5 per child, ages 3 and up.
When: Click on link below for schedule 
Register at a Michaels near you

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
What: Come see the largest collection of Southern California Marine Life in the World (donation  $5 adults, $1 children/seniors)
When: Tues - Fri 12pm-5pm and Sat-Sun 10am-5pm
3720 Stephen M. White Dr., San Pedro 310-548-7562

Hometown Buffet
What: Kids 11 and under eat for $.99 
When: Thursday Nights
At a location near you

Palm Desert Aquatic Center
What: Recreation Swimming, Water Slides, and Lap Swimming. Admission for 12 & under is $4.50 or less depending on age.
When: Sat and Sun 11-5
YMCA Palm Desert

Everyone can help!
Fight Human Trafficking
Learn about the red flags that may indicate one is being trafficked.
To report a possible
 trafficking victim call
1- 888-3737-888

Southwest County Square Dance Youth  Group
What: Learn to square dance to modern music (ages 8-18) $3 donation requested
When: Every 2nd and 4th 
Saturday of each month from 1:00-3:00pm
Where: Animal Friends of the Valleys, 3371 Mission Trail, Wildomar 

Pennypickles Workshop
What: Hands on Science Workshop for kids - most $5 per person. 
When: Every Friday at 5:30pm
Temecula Children's Museum 42081 Main St., Temecula 

Tom's Farms
When: Weekends
What: Family Fun Zone which includes petting zoo, tractor rides, train ride, shooting gallery, merry go round, panning for gold, and more $5 or less per person, per event
Where: Tom's Farms in Corona

Regency Theatres
What/When: $2 movies before 6:00pm and $3 movies after 6:00pm
Moreno Valley, Perris, City of Riverside, Fontana


Paperback Swap

On-line book  swap where you trade your books with others for free. This  includes hardbacks, audiobooks, textbooks
 and more


Focus on the Family 
A great website for parents with an abundance of resources geared
 toward raising 
children, marriage issues, single parenting and more.


Resources for Families in Need
This list includes community services, food banks, housing, healthcare, legal aid, and more. 


K9 Web Protection
Protect your 
kids on the internet for FREE.


An on-line radio 
broadcast just for children. This teaches in story format with characters your children can relate to. It's all about issues that children face in todays world.


One Million Moms
Protect your 
family from those who would harm them morally, emotionally 
and spiritually.


 Tools for keeping 
your kids safe with social media. Including everything 
from blogging to 
social networking, sexting, webcams, cyberbullying and 


Evolution vs. God
An  interview with college students 
and professor's. 
What is the real truth?
watch video here


Plugged In
Detailed movie 
reviews for your family that include content of violence, 
sexuality, drugs and alcohol, profane language, and  
spiritual content.

Moreno Valley Chamber of Commerce


12625 Frederick St., Ste. E-3
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
Phone: (951) 697-4404
Facsimile: (951) 697-0995


Moreno Valley City Hall

14177 Frederick Street
PO Box 88005
Moreno Valley, CA 92552 Phone: 951.413.3000
Hours: Monday - Thursday; 7:30am - 5:30pm
Fridays: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Get in touch: Contact us


National Senior Citizens’ Day

The City of Riverside is celebrating Senior Citizens’ Day. The Mayor’s Commission on Aging has partnered with several City departments, non-profit organizations and the business community to bring a day of joy and celebration to the City to honor the many contributions of senior citizens. The Awards Ceremony will be held on:

Senior Citizens’ Day, at City Hall.

Cheryl-Marie Hansberger
Chief of Staff
Phone 951-826-5551
Felina Rosales
Administrative Assistant to the Mayor
Phone: 951-826-5551
Lalit Acharya
International Relations Officer
Phone: 951-826-5551
Frank Arreola
Assistant to the Mayor
Phone: 951-826-5551
Joshua Maher
Assistant to the Mayor
Phone: 951-826-5551
Kathy Young
Office Specialist
Phone: 951-826





211 Riverside Co. Help Line    800-464-1123 or 211

Linking people in need with those who can help, 2700 different programs to help with health, human and social services.  Open 24/7, financial aid, food, etc.


American Red Cross    951-676-3711

When a disaster threatens or strikes, the Red Cross provides shelter, food, health and mental health services  addressing the basic human needs.


DPSS (Social Services)    951-600-6500

Food stamps, general relief voucher program, CalWORKs cash assistance, temporary financial assistance, employment services, Food Stamps, and Medi-Cal are programs administered by DPSS that help individuals and families meet their needs for shelter, food, and medical care during a time of financial hardship.  Welfare-to-Work program provides employment services that help families reach self-sufficiency through employment.  The Community Action Partnership (CAP) acts as the official antipoverty agency in Riverside County.  CAP provides the disadvantaged of our county with opportunities for education, wealth building, advocacy, and financial assistance.


Community Action    951-955-4900

Matched Savings Program; utility payment assistance; dispute resolution; youth programs; weatherization services.


Community Access Center    951-274-0358

Help for those with disabilities, food, meal vouchers, rental assistance, advocacy, housing.


Suicide Crisis Center    951-686-4357 • 800-784-2433 • 800-273-8255, 

Suicide prevention, crisis intervention, confidential 24 hour crisis line.  Crisis counselors are waiting for your call.


HELP, Inc.  951-922-2305

Food, transportation, money for gas and electric bills, motel vouchers, rental/mortgage assistance.


SAFE    951-587-3900

(Safe Alternatives for Everyone) Abuse prevention, teen anger management, self esteem for girls, victim awareness. P.A.L. is a youth violence prevention and intervention program that provides recreational activities with law enforcement officers for youth ages 5 to 17.  The Breakthrough Program provides services to young people identified as being high risk for alcohol, drugs and binge drinking.


ADV    951-506-2552

(Alternatives to Domestic Violence) Assists individuals and families in their efforts to change and rebuild their lives free of violence through programs of crisis intervention, counseling, legal advocacy, community education, life and job skills training, child development services and community service coordination. 


Child Abuse Prevention Hotline  800-4ACHILD

Counseling for dealing with children issues.


Catholic Charities    951-485-2185

Provides case management services, emergency food, rental and mortgage assistance, utility assistance, transportation, information and referral outreach services advocacy.  Professional counseling services are provided by licensed therapists.  Assists clients with application for naturalization, work permit, family reunification, fiancé visa, registry and certificate of citizenship for children.


Salvation Army Riverside  951-784-4490

Food, clothing, electric and rental assistance.


Salvation Army Murrieta    951-677-1324

Assistance according to need.  Disaster relief services, day care centers, summer camps, holiday assistance, services for the aging, AIDS education and residential services, medical facilities, shelters for battered women and children, family and career counseling, vocational training, correction services, and substance abuse rehabilitation.


Birth Choice of TEMECULA    951-699-9808

Pregnancy Resource Center

27488 Enterprise Circle West, #4

Temecula, CA 92590

Office: 951-699-9808

    Pregnancy counseling, maternity clothing, baby food and clothing.


Workforce Development Centers:

Resume prep, interview skills, computers, mailing supplies, telephones available, typing skills review.  Anything to help with finding a job.

    Temecula  951-600-6000

    Hemet   951-791-3500

    Riverside  951-955-3100


Neighborhood Healthcare  951-600-6331

Provides Medical services for all ages.  Helps with application for low cost healthcare for anyone.


The Sheepfold    877-747-3653

A safe refuge for women and children.  The Sheepfold’s mission is twofold. First, to shelter and provide daily care to ease the pain of battered women and children who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets, in their cars or in a park. Secondly, to restore their sense of self-worth, help them find employment and establish them in an apartment of their own.


Path of Life Family Shelter     951-275-8755

(Project Achieve) Path of Life Ministries’ mission is to help people become productive in life by addressing barriers of dysfunction through the process of rescuing, restoring, and rebuilding lives.


Lutheran Social Services    951-689-7847

Riverside.  Resource direction i.e. SSI, housing assistance, bus passes, food and clothing.


Amelia’s Light, Moreno Valley    951-689-7847

Housing assistance for everyone, Help with Social Sec, rental assistance, bus passes, food pantry.  Transitional housing, 1 bedroom, from 90 days to 2 years for women with children, Every direction to make her self-sufficient, Employment, 12 step, savings program etc.  Also Lutheran Social Services.


Genesis Shelter, Riverside    951-656-6020


Our House    951-766-7969

Drug and Alcohol treatment center for women with children or who are pregnant.  Six month stay.


Fair Housing Council    951-682-6581

Anti-Discrimination, Landlord-Tenant, Property management training, Enforcement of Housing Rights.


Housing Authority    951-351-0700

Low income and HUD housing lists, Section 8 voucher application.


Circle of Hope, Corona    951-278-2215

With current ID, 90 day transitional housing (from 4:30 PM until 8:00 AM only) for women with children and single ladies.  Advocate for homeless families providing temporary shelter, case management, collaboration with the City of Corona and other service providers. Our intent is to help women achieve self sufficiency.


Housing & Dev., Corona    951-736-2260

Affordable housing, 1st time buyer program available summer of 2008.


Valley Restart Shelter, Hemet    951-766-7476

Soup Kitchen 6 days (no Sunday or holidays) , sign in 5:00 PM, dinner 6-7:00 PM, 90 days shelter for singles and families (includes fathers)  As part of our goal of helping our residents to restart their lives, Valley Restart Shelter offers a number of programs: assessment, education, information and referrals related to gaining self-sufficiency and independence.  Classes in Budgeting, Life Skills, Relapse Prevention, Introduction to Computers and Introduction to Culinary Skills prepare our participants for a better life.


House of Decision  951-845-0103

Cherry Valley.  Emergency shelter 2 - 4 wks, No more than 2 children under age 11, may stay during the day.


Habitat for Humanity    951-787-6754

Investment of hundreds of hours into building your habitat house.  We sell our houses to qualified* families with volunteer labor, for the cost of construction.  Our staff is supported by our home improvement/hardware “ReStore” sales.  Our donor’s funds are then free to be dedicated to build houses.  The houses are sold to a qualified family for a low monthly no-interest mortgage that repays the cost to construct the house.


Kings Hall, Moreno Valley    951-697-4195

Help the homeless with transitional housing and employment for up to 2 years. Helps mothers with schooling, Families (no more than 6 with children under age of 18) - no single males.


Project Touch    951-677-96613

Assistance to the homeless..


Western Eagle Foundation    951-695-7206

28075 Diaz Road, Temecula 92590 - Mon-Fri-9:00-4:00,Sat 8:30-3:00.  1st Saturday of the month and the following Monday 1/2 off of everything, food, furniture, clothing etc.  Food Box $25.00 enough food for four for a week.  Assistance with food, clothing, household goods, other necessities.


Temecula Community Pantry    951-676-8022

28870 Pujo Street, Temecula, CA  92590. Help with food.  Mon-Fri 8:30 until 1:00


Hemet Community Pantry  951-929-1101

135 N. San Jacinto Ave. - Services from 9AM Monday thru Friday.


Sun City Community Cupboard  951-301-4414

26808 Cherry Hills Blvd., Sun City - 9:00-3:00  Mon-Fri.  Emergency Food- No Charge. Food distribution according to size of family (need proof of family members).  Serves Romoland, Sun City, Menifee, Quail Valley and Canyon Lake.


St. Martha’s, Murrieta  951-677-6347

Food and Thrift Store, 39793 Avenida Acacias, Murrieta.   Free food pantry for all French Valley and Murrieta residents with proof of income, Bank statements, Pay stub or Social Security letter. Special vouchers for SMURF mothers.  Food and nutrition program for pregnant or women with newborns or children under five yrs.  Working families may be eligible.


Rancho Community Church    951-303-6789

31300 Rancho Community Way, Temecula, CA - Every other Monday from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM food available to anyone that shows up.


WIC   800-455-4942

41002 County Center, Bldg. B, Temecula CA 92592. WIC provides monthly food vouchers for to income eligible pregnant and breastfeeding moms and children up to 5 years of age.  WIC encourages and provides breastfeeding support, but for those who choose not to breastfeed, WIC provides infant formula.  Other foods include, milk, eggs, cheese, bread, beans, fruits/veggies, juice, etc.  WIC also provides nutrition & health education and referrals to healthcare and services.

Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7:30 - 5:00 pm, Tuesday: 7:30 - 6:00 pm, Friday: 8:30 - 5:00 pm (One Saturday per month - call for date and time.)



Temecula Neighborhood Health    951-600-6331 or 951-600-6300

41002 County Center Drive , Suite 310; M-W-Th-F 7AM-4:30PM Tuesday 7 AM - 7:30 PM  General medical service for all ages. Help with application for low cost healthcare.  Pediatrics and Women’s Health; Sliding scale fee.  Must state income.  Medical care for healthy families and some HMO’s.


BabyCal  800-222-9999

Info line for pregnant women.  Information for pregnant women care.  Help finding medical providers and help paying medical bills.


In Home Support Services  888-960-4477

Must be over 65 or disabled or blind and receive SSI or low income with low assets.  Will help pay for services provided to you so that you can remain safely in your own home.  Alternative to out-of-home care, such as nursing homes or board and care facilities.  Mon thru Fri 8AM - 5PM


Inland Co. Legal Services - Riverside  888-455-4257

Free family law and civil services to income qualified


Family Law Assistance  951-600-6400


Public Service Law Corp.  951-682-7968

Low Income legal aid. Family law, Civil, Guardianship.  Office for Riverside County, 4129 Main Street or the new Library on Pauba in Temecula. Call to set up appointment.


Inland Empire Latino Lawyers    951-369-3009

Legal service for low income for Riverside or San Bernardino County residents.  Offices in Colton and Riverside at 1:00.  First come first serve.


Riverside Office of Education    800-442-4927 

Assists in finding Day Care providers for anyone so they may go to school or to work.  8:30-4:30 M-F. Must go to their office for paperwork , 2300 Market Street, Riverside


Dial-a-Ride 800-795-7887 

Must have doctor’s Certification of Disability or be a Senior Citizen. Free transportation M-F 5:00 AM thru 8:30 PM, Saturday 8:15 AM thru 6:15 PM, Sunday 8:15 AM thru 5:30 PM


Legislative Assistant to Supervisor Jeff Stone  951-791-3490


Utility Assistance  951-955-6448


People Helping People, Temecula  951-757-5212


Team Tax, Tax Preparation  951-695-1998

Tax consultation - sliding scale fee.  Monday thru Thursday 10-4, Tuesday evening by appointment. 30680 Rancho California Road, Suite 406