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Citywide Coalition is a community-based partnership of Moreno Valley's non-profit organizations that perpetuates change and greater impact through cooperation, with a common goal to break the cycle of helplessness and improve the quality of life for Moreno Valley's residents.

Children/Youth

  • Community Now
    951.205.9231
    communitynow.info
    gpiwithcn@communitynow.info
    An award-winning non-profit organization that develops and implements student leadership teams at school sites. Our goal is to empower our participants by coordinating student led programs and activities that promote mental wellness, physical fitness and personal development to improve community safety and increase personal opportunities for our youth.
  • Sigma Beta Xi, Inc
    951.247.1700
    sigmabetaxi.com
    info@sigmabetaxi.com
    To establish strong families and communities by building an organization of diverse men who will exemplify leadership and professionalism; Academies for Young Men, Middle and High school campuses in MVUSD.

Church

  • Church of Christ
    951.214.3675
    cocmv.com
    churchofchrist@cocmv.com
    This agency provides food for individuals in need.
  • Discovery Christian Church
    951.924.5002
    discoverthelife.org 
    mail@discoverthelife.org
    Christian, Non-denominational; bible-based; Reach People for Jesus Christ through outreach and evangelism, Build them up in Him through care and teaching, and Honor God in all we do; Sunday worship celebrations; Spiritual Development; Biblical Studies; Life Groups; Outreach/Volunteers; Financial Peace University.
  • Faith Southern Baptist Church
    951.485.0767
    faithcenter@verizon.net
    To make Christ and his truth known in every way he can be known; Bible teaching and preaching, Christian counseling, Bible and book distribution, Providing food and clothing.
  • Lord of Life Lutheran Church 
    951.924.4887 
    lolmv@verizon.net
    Agency is a church that provides 12-step support groups for families dealing with a loved one who is addicted to alcohol.
  • New Beginnings Fellowship
    951.378.3998
    To assist our community in their family, social, educational, basic (food, clothing) and spiritual needs; biblical teaching, mentorship, assist with feeding families, educating on self-development/growth.
  • Palm Canyon Community Church
    951.247.2273 
    www.palmcanyon.org 
    leslie@palmcanyon.org
    Agency is a church that provides services to the community.
  • Renewal Christian Fellowship
    951.656.7879
    Christian Church providing services to the community.
  • St. Christopher's Church
    951.924.1968
    Agency is a church that provides an emergency food pantry for the community.
  • Salvation Army 
    951.653.9131
    Preach the Gospel and meet needs in His Name without discrimination; Food pantry; youth programs,
  • Trinity Baptist Church 
    951.601.0253
    www.trinitybaptist-mv.org
    pastorgueste@hughes.net
    Reaching people for Christ, Teaching them the Bible and how to live it out and Releasing them to serve within the community; Spiritual Growth; Food giveaway monthly; Food baskets as needed; step parents classes; Crown Ministries Financial planning; Homeless ministry.
  • Valley Christian Church
    951.242.5683
    Facebook page
    To be a Church that is dedicated to the fulfillment of the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) through focusing on C - Christian Education, P - Producing Christ-Centered Family; Weekly worship services, Bible studies, Christian school (Pre-K through 8th grade), Food distribution.

Food

  • Community Assistance Program of Moreno Valley (C.A.P.) 
    951.485.7792
    Agency is a private non-profit food pantry located in Moreno Valley, CA. They actively work to improve the quality of life for Moreno Valley residents who are in need of emergency food, clothing, and utility assistance.
  • Salvation Army 
    951.653.9131
    Preach the Gospel and meet needs in His Name without discrimination; Food pantry; youth programs.

Health

  • California State Department of Rehabilitation - Riverside District
    951.782.6650
    http://www.dor.ca.gov/
    State agency is an employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities.
  • Epilepsy Education Everywhere
    951.892.5265 
    www.epilepsyed.org 
    meghan@epilepsyed.org
    Agency is dedicated to raising awareness and education about epilepsy with the general public. They offer community outreach through volunteers at speaking opportunities, health fairs and other events. For details see main website below.

Housing/Homeless

  • Fair Housing Council of Riverside County Inc.
    951.653.8314 
    http://fairhousing.net/
    Landlord-tenant, counseling, mediation svc. Mortgage counseling, first-time home buyers workshops. Antidiscrimination SVC training.
  • LightHouse Social Service Centers
    951.571.3533
    www.lighthouse-ssc.org
    info@lighthouse-ssc.org
    The LightHouse Transitional Living Program provides comprehensive transitional living services to male veteran ages 18 years and up, in a drug and alcohol free, peer-oriented, supportive environment. Transitional living services can be provided to 12 veterans at any given time. Supportive services for veteran families.
  • Operation SafeHouse, Riverside
    951.351.4418
    http://operationsafehouse.org
    Provides emergency shelter intervention and outreach services to runaway, homeless and other youth in crisis. SafeHouse offers youth positive alternatives to becoming victims of the streets. Emergency shelter, food, clothing, counseling for at risk youth. Community school, Transitional living program, Substance abuse program Family counseling.
  • Saving Grace Homes
    951.444.5806
    951.205.2991 (Hotline)
    www.savinggracehomes.com
    This agency provides clean and sober transitional housing for men where they live as an unrelated family in recovery.
  • Immanuel House
    951.653.3000
    www.immanuelhouse.org
    immanuelhs@aol.com
    This agency provides housing and supportive services for mentally challenged adults and homeless. The transitional living/substance abuse program provides up to 50 beds.
  • Hole in Wall Inc., The
    951.202.1742
    The Agency addresses the needs of the homeless community.
  • Path of Life Ministries
    951.786.9048
    www.thepathoflife.com
    ljarman@thepathoflife.com
    Homeless shelter and rapid re-housing and rental assistance

Other

  • California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. 
    951.784.9962
    Facebook page
    christophers@cimsinc.com
    Non-profit agency that works for the social welfare, educational and economic advancement of its member tribes, groups, organizations and Indians and other Native Americans living in its service area.

Resource Center

  • Catholic Charities San Bernardino/ Riverside
    951.924.9964
    www.ccsbriv.org 
    isantana@ccsbriv.org
    To end poverty and empower our families to become independent by equipping them with resources available and a structured plan of action; Family and Community Services; Counseling; Immigration and Citizenship services.
  • Community Connect / 211 Riverside 
    951.329.4706
    www.connectriverside.org 
    bobbie@connectriverside.org
    To connect people in need with those who can help; 211 Riverside, Housing Assistance, Suicide Prevention hotline, senior ombudsman services, alternative sentencing program, transportation assistance and non-profit resource center.
  • Family Service Association
    951.342.3057 
    951.686.1096 
    855.372.4968 (Telephone) 
    fsaca.org
    tdonahue@fsaca.org
    This agency is a private, not-for-profit human service organization that has been meeting the needs of individuals, families and communities in the Inland Empire and Desert communities.
  • Loving Me 1st
    951.575.9750
    kama@lovingmefirst.org
    Our goal is to bring more awareness to domestic violence and save lives.
  • P.W. Enhancement Center 
    951.616.1628
    pwecenter.org 
    info@pwecenter.org
    Agency provides the following services as funding and eligibility permit: Emergency housing; Housing referrals; Homeless prevention; Supportive services sub-contractor for veteran families. Food Assistance.
  • Salvation Army
    951.653.9131
    Preach the Gospel and meet needs in His name without discrimination; food pantry; youth programs.

Seniors

  • 511
    877.224.6511 (Telephone)
    511 (Hotline)
    Agency provides information regarding; Regional highway conditions - Public transportation route information.
  • Moreno Valley Transit Service
    800.795.7887 (Telephone)
    800.351.6571 (Hotline)
    Agency provides paratransit services for residents of the City of Moreno Valley.
  • Friends of Moreno Valley Senior Center
    33.745.8454
    The MoVan Transportation Program is sponsored by Friends of Moreno Valley Senior Center Inc.  The "MoVan" transports senior citizens over the age of 60 + years and disabled adults to the Moreno Valley Senior Community Center and other necessary destinations for medical, dental, optical, and grocery stores. The Mo Van is a Paratransit bus providing "Curb to Curb Service" for up to (12) passengers and (2) wheel chair tie downs. The Mo Van provides low cost intra‐city (non‐ADA) service and covers a 20-mile radius of Moreno Valley. See the Senior Page for more information.

Transportation

  • California State Department of Rehabilitation - Riverside District
    951.782.6650
    http://www.dor.ca.gov/
    State agency is an employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities.
  • Epilepsy Education Everywhere
    951.892.5265 
    www.epilepsyed.org 
    meghan@epilepsyed.org
    Agency is dedicated to raising awareness and education about epilepsy with the general public. They offer community outreach through volunteers at speaking opportunities, health fairs and other events. For details see main website below.

Veterans

  • U.S. Vets
    310.348.7600
    usvetsinc.org
    This agency provides emergency shelter for veterans, help for veterans in progress, long term supportive housing, help for chronically homeless and disabled veterans, inpatient and outpatient substance abuse programs for veterans and support for veteran families.
  • The Meta Point
    951.259.4645
    tmetapoint@gmail.org
    Proving a continuum of resources and services to our female veterans.
  • LightHouse Social Service Centers 
    951.571.3553
    www.lighthouse-ssc.org
    info@lighthouse-ssc.org
    The LightHouse Transitional Living Program provides comprehensive transitional living services to male veterans ages 18 years and up, in a drug and alcohol free, peer-oriented, supportive environment. Transitional living services can be provided to 12 veterans at any given time. Supportive services for veteran families.
  • Immanuel House 
    951.653.3000
    www.immanuelhouse.org
    immanuelhs@aol.com
    This agency provides housing and supportive services for mentally challenged adults and homeless. The transitional living/substance abuse program provides up to 50 beds.

Women

  • Ladies with Purpose Foundation 
    951.567.9211 
    yladywpurpose@yahoo.com
    To encourage, equip, empower young ladies to be self-sufficient and self-reliant, independent of public assistance, to pursue their career goals; career counseling, employment assistance, educational assistance, employability workshops and seminars, job clubs and fairs.