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HEMET UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
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PARENT RESOURCE CENTER
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COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR THE HEMET/SAN JACINTO AREA
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211-Information and Referral Line:http://www.211.org/211 is a vital service that connects millions of people to help every year. 1-800-464-1123
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What’s Up SAFEHouse Apphttps://safehouseofthedesert.com/whatsup-app/Anonymous Text Communication 24/7 with a licensed Mental Health Professional from SafeHouse.
Text 844-204-0880
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CLOTHING
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Hemet USD District Closetswilliams1@hemetusd.orgGently used clothing. 951-765-0070831 Devonshire Ave. Hemet, CA 92543Parking lot across from CVS
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Hemet Seventh Day Adventisthttp://www.hemetadventist.org/contact-usClothing, including uniforms and items for work. Open for food and clothing distribution on Tuesdays from 9am-11:30 am951-929-263227025 Girard St. Hemet, CA 92544
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Dwelling Place City Churchhttp://www.dpcitychurch.com/Every 3rd Sat. Hemet/San Jacinto residents need ID951-658-071727100 Girard St. Hemet, CA 92544
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COUNSELING-CHILDREN 17 YRS. & YOUNGER
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C.A.S.A. (Center Against Sexual Assault) Center for Restoring the Hearthttps://swcasa.org/C.A.S.A. offers free and confidential support with a professional counselor to all survivors of sexual violence. Individual counseling, peer to peer counseling, survivor support groups, accompaniment services, advocacy services, prevention education.951 652-8300 Crisis Hotline: 1 866 373-8300
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Arbor Hospice Home & Hemet Hospicewww.hemethospice.orgWorking with HUSD as support for children in school groups. As a hospice support agency, Hemet Hospice Volunteers, Inc. has stayed true to their founding mission and continues to provide resources for hospice patients, families, and the bereaved with love and compassion.951 658-9288890 W. Stetson Ave. Ste. A Hemet, CA 92543
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Victor Community Support Serviceswww.victor.orgVictor Community Support Services is a community-based focused agency which delivers mental health and family support services in the homes, schools and communities951 439-29391105 E. Florida Ave. Hemet, CA 92543
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COUNSELING-CHILDREN 13 YRS.-17 YRS.
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The Trevor Project Helpline Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ Youthhttps://www.thetrevorproject.org/Provide Lifeline, Chat, Text and Social Networking for LGBTQ youth under the age of 25.1-866-488-7386 Lifeline Text “START” to 678678
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What’s Up SAFEHouse Appoperationsafehouse.orgAnonymous Text Communication 24/7 with a licensed Mental Health Professional from SafeHouse.
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Youth Crisis Hotlinehttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/California Coalition for youth offers support, encouragement and referrals to youths needing assistance1 800 273-8255
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COUNSELING-18 & OLDER
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Alternatives to Domestic Violencewww.alternativestodv.orgHelp for Domestic Violence Victims offers: 24-hour toll free crisis line in (TDD Accessible), children's counseling court accompaniment for victims, teen violence prevention programs, anger management programs, anger management programs for abusers,community education, specialized training for law enforcement, legal, social and emergency medical personnel, a fee-based, full service counseling center.1 800 339-SAFE / 1 800 339-72331005 N. State St. Hemet, CA 92543
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Family Services Association Mental Healthhttps://www.fsaca.org/Child abuse prevention and treatment, family visitation support center, & private counseling951-292-5790625 S. Pico San Jacinto, CA 92582
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S.A.F.E. Safe Alternatives for Everyonehttp://www.safefamiliesca.org/Safe Alternatives for EVERYONE is committed to providing services for children, youth and families who have experienced or are at risk of abuse and violence.951 587-390028910 Pujol Street Temecula, CA 92590
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GLASSES
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California Lions-Friends in Sighthttps://clfis.info/free-vision-screening/California Lions Friends in Sight provides free vision screenings and recycled eyeglasses throughout Southern California and Northern Mexico. All are welcome, especially children and those with financial hardship.951-845-4559P.O. Box 7 Beaumont, CA 92223
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New Eyes Glasses for Those in Needhttps://new-eyes.org/applicationThey work around the clock to bring corrected vision to people in the U.S. This means they buy thousands of people in need new pair of eyeglasses every year.973-376-4903549 Millburn Avenue Short Hills, NJ 07078
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National Eye Institute (NIH)https://nei.nih.gov/health/financialaidThis institute provides different agencies that assist with various eye care needs.
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FOOD
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Food stamps-Riverside County Department of Public Social Services (Hemet)-www.dpss.co.riverside.ca.us Family services, adult services, children services. 951-791-3000561 N. San Jacinto St., Hemet, CA 92543
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CALFresh/SNAPwww.c4yourself.comC4Yourself ® is an online application system that allows you to apply for benefits.877-410-8827
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Soboba Tribal TANFhttp://sobobatanf.org/Tribal TANF is a federal and state funded program that provides time-limited assistance to needy families with children in an effort for those children to be cared for in their homes or in the homes of relatives951-654-59641425 Spruce St. Suite A Riverside, CA 92507
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Community Pantryhttp://hemetcommunitypantry.org/Their primary mission is to provide emergency food and shelter to local residents in need. They assist families in low-income brackets as well as those on fixed-incomes or those who are unemployed or underemployed.951-929-1101191 S. Columbia St. Hemet, CA 92544
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Project Food Box-Western Eagle Foundationhttp://www.western-eagle.org/browse-64551/Project-Food-Box.htmlIn 2003, Western Eagle Foundation launched the "Project Food Box" program to assist families that have limited resources and do not qualify for government assistance. There are no forms to fill out, and no income requirements to participate in our program951-695-720640940 County Center Dr Temecula, CA 92591
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HEALTH SERVICES
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Hemet USD Wellness Committee https://parentcenter.hemetusd.org/The HUSD Wellness Committee is seeking input from parents and community members on current and future HUSD Wellness goals.951-765-0004258 N. Thompson St. Hemet, CA 92543
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Borrego Health-San Jacinto Health Centerwww.borregohealth.org/They can help you apply for: Family PACT, CHDP, CDP and Sliding Fee. Walk-In welcomed, they accept Medicare, Medi-Cal, Molina, Blue Cross, PPO, IEHP, Private Insurance951 487-8506651 N State St. San Jacinto, CA 92583
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Hemet Family Health Centerhttp://www.rivco-familycarecenters.org/Provide and/or support the delivery of comprehensive, culturally competent, quality primary health care services to the low-income and the underserved population.951-766-2450880 N State St Hemet, CA 92543
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Covered California Certified Agentwww.coveredca.comCovered California is California's health insurance exchange, where individuals, families and small businesses can find affordable, quality health insurance.1-800-300-1506340 N. San Jacinto St Ste A Hemet, CA
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County of Riverside-Department of Public Social Services (DPSS)http://dpss.co.riverside.ca.us/office-location/hemet-02Medi-Cal is no or low cost health care coverage for California residents with limited income and resources. The program is California’s version of the Federal Medicaid program and is funded by state and federal tax revenue. Medi-cal provides health coverage for children, pregnant women, families, the elderly, blind, and disabled.1-877-410-8827541 N. San Jacinto Street, Hemet, CA 92544Application for Health Care Assistance
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Neighborhood Healthcarewww.nhcare.org/Neighborhood Healthcare is an award-winning organization that provides quality health care and promotes wellness to our Southern California communities.951 216-6100903 E Devonshire Ave. Ste D Hemet, CA 92543Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm
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HOUSING
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Village Meadowswww.villagemeadowsapartments.comSection 8, Government subsidized Housing program.951-929-5152700 S. Arbor Pkwy. Hemet, CA 92545
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Valley Restart valleyrestart.info/Valley Restart is a shelter and resource center for persons experiencing homelessness located in the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley. Incorporated in 1989 as a 501c3 not for profit agency, Valley Restart is supported by a collaboration of the public, private and religious sectors.951 766-7476200 E Menlo St. Hemet, CA 92543
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Salvation Army Shelterhttps://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/provide-shelter/In addition to providing temporary homeless shelters, they provide families with meal-planning, utility, and long-term housing assistance.951-791-9495340 S. Palm Ave Hemet, CA 92545
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INTERVENTION SERVICES
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Alcoholic Anonymous Central Officehttps://aainlandempire.org/Support group for substance abusers, their families and friends; AA literature909-825-4700897 Via Lata, Ste “AA” Colton, CA 92324
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Arrid ClubSupport group for substance abusers, their families and friends; AA literature909-825-4700120 S Harvard St. Hemet, CA 92543Mondays: 6am, 7am, 12pm, 5pm, 7pm
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Sobriedad Y Salvación (Spanish)Support group for substance abusers, their families and friends; AA literature909-825-4700249 E Main St. San Jacinto, CA 92583Thurs.7pm, 9pm
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Hemet Valley Recovery Centerhttps://www.hvrc.com/Programs: Chemical dependency, chronic pain, older adult, young adult, Sage Retreat, family, recovery residency1 866 273-0868 951-765-4903371 N. Weston Place Hemet, CA 92543
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MFI Recovery Center Hemet Outpatient Serviceshttps://www.mfirecovery.com/drug-addiction-treatment-centers/hemet-outpatient-services/MFI Recovery Center's addiction counseling programs in Hemet offer a full continuum of addiction treatment services for adolescents, men, women, and women with children1-866-218-4697 951-683-6596950 N. State Street, Ste. E Hemet, CA 92543
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Riverside County Department of Public Health Tobacco Control Projecthttp://www.rivcotcp.org/AboutUs.aspxThey address tobacco consumption through education, advocacy, and creating health promoting/disparity reducing policies and programs. This will eventually lead to increased quit rates, initiation reduction, and smoke-free environments. They will complete their mission by collaborating with new and existing partners.951-358-4977Health Education Branch 4065 County Circle Drive Riverside, CA 92503
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Hemet USD Tobacco-Use Prevention Program (TUPE)https://www.hemetusd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=254964&type=d&pREC_ID=582524The purpose of the TUPE program is to reduce youth tobacco use by helping young people make healthful tobacco-related decisions through tobacco-specific educational instruction and activities that build knowledge as well as social skills and youth development assets.951-765-51001791 W. Acacia Ave. Hemet, CA 92545Tobacco Brochure
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Child Protective Serviceshttp://dpss.co.riverside.ca.us/office-location/hemet-03CPS is the major system of intervention of child abuse and neglect in California. Existing law provides for services to abused and neglected children and their families. CPS’ goal is to keep the child in his/her own home when it is safe, and when the child is at risk, to develop an alternate plan as quickly as possible.1-800-442-4918 951-791-3200547 N. San Jacinto Street Hemet, CA 92543M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm
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Suicide Prevention Lifelinehttps://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/They can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.1-800-273-8255
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Bullying Preventionhttps://www.hemetusd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=260702&type=d&pREC_ID=1342083Hemet USD practices Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and Restorative Practices to provide meaningful consequences to all students involved in bullying situations-both the students acting as bullies and students who feel they have been the target of bullying. All sites have Counselors available to meet with students who have been a victim or who have engaged in bullying.Contact your childs' school site.
Online reporting system.
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INTERNET-LOW COST
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Spectrum Internet AssistSpectrumInternetAssist.comSpectrum Internet Assist is a new low-cost, high-speed broadband service that provides qualigying households with internet service for $14.99 per month. Member of the household must be a recipient of one of the following programs: National School Lunch Program (NSLP), The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). 1-844-525-1574
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PARENT EDUCATION
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Hemet USD Parent Resource Centerhttps://parentcenter.hemetusd.org/The Parent Resource Center is dedicated to serving all parents by providing the necessary resources in order for parents to assist their children in achieving academic, social, and emotional success.951-765-0004258 N. Thompson St. Hemet, CA 92543
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The Carolyn E. Wylie Center for Chilren, Youth & Familieshttps://wyliecenter.org/The Carolyn E. Wylie Center is a large multi-service center now serving over 3,401 children, youth, and families each year through its programs and services. Serving the Inland Empire, we provide the highest quality educational programs and therapeutic services to meet the needs, goals and hopes of individuals with special learning, emotional and developmental needs.951-683-51934164 Brockton Ave. Riverside, CA 92501M-Th: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Fri: 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
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TEEN MOTHERS
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Betty G. Gibbel Regional Learning Centerhttps://www.rcoe.us/betty-gibbel-regional-learning-center/The Betty G. Gibbel Regional Learning Center Community School (onsite) program serves grades 6-12 in a traditional school environment. The Independent Study program serves elementary grade students through adults in an independent learning environment. Our Come Back Kids program serves youth who have dropped out of school up to the age of twenty-two in an independent learning environment.951-826-42501251 Eagle Drive San Jacinto, CA 92583
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California School Age Families Education Program-(CAL-SAFE)https://www.rcoe.us/student-program-services/alternative-education/cal-safe-program/Part of the RCOE Community School. RCOE began serving pregnant and parenting teens in 1971, and the Cal-SAFE program became operational in 2000, incorporating elements of the former Pregnant Minors; School Age Parenting and Infant Development; and the Pregnant and Lactating Students programs. Cal-SAFE operates under the direction of the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools.951-826-498026868 San Jacinto Street, Hemet, CA 92543
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Helen Hunt Jackson College Prep & Family Tree Learning Centerhttps://hhjftlc.hemetusd.org/The students at Helen Hunt Jackson are looking for an educational program that is flexible enough to meet those individual needs. Whether they are college bound, diploma bound, or seeking ways to recover credits, Helen Hunt Jackson students have a common goal—to graduate with a high school diploma that prepares them for their next step in life. Helen Hunt Jackson students are determined self-starters who want greater flexibility, a smaller campus, in an individualized program.951-765-519326400 Dartmouth St. Hemet, CA 92544
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Hemet Family Care Center-Teen Clinichttp://www.rivco-familycarecenters.org/Locations/Hemet.aspxPrimary care, family planning, pregnancy testing and counseling, perinatal care, cancer screening, sexually transmitted diseases, adult and pediatric immunizations, tuberculosis skin testing, well child care and nutrition.951-766-2450880 N State St, Hemet, CA 92543Open: Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
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My City Youth-Teen Mommy Shoppehttp://www.mycityyouthcenter.com/teenage-mommy-shoppeThe teen parent program provides at-risk and low income teen parents with counseling, parenting classes and guidance in completing high school, continuing on to college, finding jobs, and becoming successful parents. There are field trips, weekly trips to the park, quarterly fun activities, and an on-site play area where moms and their little ones can gather each week.951-652-0647145 N. Tahquitz Ave. Hemet, CA 92543Mommy Shoppe Hours: Wed. 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. & Fri. 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
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Woman, Infant & Children (WIC) Hemethttp://www.rivhero.com/Riverside County WIC helps pregnant women, new mothers and young children eat well, stay healthy and be active. The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Our team is committed to helping you and your children achieve your best health951-358-72001055 N. State St. Hemet, CA 92543
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TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
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Care-A-Van Transit, Inc.https://www.careavantransit.com/Transportation for seniors, disabled and low-income951-791-3572749 N. State St. Hemet, CA 92543
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Hemet Unified Transportationhttps://www.hemetusd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=255491&type=dStudent must meet the requirements. Live more than 2.0 miles from school Elementary. 4.5 miles for Middle and High School.951-765-51001791 W. Acacia Ave. Hemet, CA 92545
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Hop Skip Drive (Uber for kids)hopskipdrive.comSafe rides to and back to school or other activities. 5yrs+ experienced caregivers.1-844-467-7547
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UTILITY ASSISTANCE
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Community Action Partnershiphttps://www.capriverside.org/LIHEAP and SHARE-assistance with Gas or Utilities, if qualified951 955-4900749 N. State St. Hemet, CA 92543
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Community Pantryhemetcommunitypantry.org/Emergency food, utility, rental assistance Mon-Thu 9am-11:30am *Must Show ID & SS#951-929-1101191 S. Columbia St. Hemet, CA 92544
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Southern California Edison CARE Programhttps://www.sce.com/wps/portal/home/residential/assistance/care-feraReduces energy bills for eligible customers by about 30%.1-800-655-4555P.O. Box 800 Rosemead, CA 91770
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Southern California Edison FERA Programhttps://www.sce.com/wps/portal/home/residential/assistance/care-feraReduces electric bills for qualified households by 18%.1-800-655-4555P.O. Box 800 Rosemead, CA 91770
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Southern California Gas Company CARE Programhttps://www3.socalgas.com/save-money-and-energy/assistance-programsReceive a 20 percent discount on your natural gas bill if you qualify.1-800-427-2200Centralized Correspondence PO BOX 1626 Monterey Park CA 91754-8626
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VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS
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Hemet Hospice Volunteerhttp://hemethospice.org/volunteer-3/Whether it’s providing support to school children who have experienced the death of a loved one, sharing your special crafting skills and talents, or providing respite support to caregivers for just a few hours a week; the amazing contributions of volunteers are essential to the work provided by Hemet Hospice Volunteers and Arbor Hospice.951-766-9629890 W. Stetson Avenue Ste. A Hemet, CA 92543
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Central County United Wayhttp://www.ccuw.org/This agency provides a variety of volunteering opportunities based on your zip code. 951-929-9691 418 E. Florida Avenue Hemet, CA 92543Search for volunteer opportunities here.
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Habitat for Humaity Hemet/San Jacintohttp://www.hemetsanjacintohfh.org/Habitat for Humanity Hemet / San Jacinto is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.951-658-0235615 N San Jacinto St, Hemet, CA 92543
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YOUTH PROGRAMS
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California Family Life Centerhttps://www.cflckids.org/Opportunities for job search, college enrollment, and independent living skills are offered in order to provide the youth with stepping stones to a brighter future.951-654-2352930 N State St Hemet, CA 92543
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S.A.F.E. & Zone After School Expanded Learning Programshttps://www.hemetusd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=260702&type=d&pREC_ID=582606Hemet Unified School District in partnership with Valley Wide Recreation and Park District and other community agencies to provide a safe after school environment for students offering opportunities for enrichment, academic support, physical education, and creative learning.951-658-3538 ext. 201
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My City Youth Centerhttp://www.mycityyouthcenter.com/My City Youth Center is an incorporated 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization located in the city of Hemet, California, which provides a safe place for at-risk youth ages 8 to 18 to gather. We offer free programs including art, guitar lessons, dance instruction, gymnastics, basketball training, an outdoor skate park, a recreation room, computer programming, tutoring, and after school homework help951-652-0647145 N Tahquitz Ave. Hemet CA. 92543Office hours: Monday - Thursday: 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Fridays: 1 P.M. - 5 P.M.
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Cops 4 Kids & Communitieshttp://www.c4kc.org/Cops 4 Kids & Communities provide young people with opportunities to engage in programs that help them achieve academic success, take charge of their health by building healthy habits that will stick with them throughout their lives, and foster the skills they need to become leaders in their communities.951-654-21111112 S. State St. San Jacinto, CA 92583
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