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Johnsons Computer Service: Giving Back Program

Johnsons Computer Services is an organization that provides computers for individuals that need a computer but can not afford it. If you or someone you know is in need of a computer, please visit: http://johnsonscomputerservice.com/wp/giving-back/ for an application and more information. If you wish to donate to this program, there is also an option to do … Continue reading

Homeless Services and Programs

We discovered this awesome site:http://www.riverside-recovery-resources.org/homeless.html while searching the web the other day! please visit this link and support this website. Homeless Services & Programs AMELIA’S LIGHT & GENESIS HOUSE 3772 Taft Street Riverside, California 92503 951-689-7847 23310 Meyer Drive, #4 On the former March Air Reserve Base Riverside, California 92518 951-656-6020 Genesis House and Amelia’s Light … Continue reading

Cancer: First Steps for the Newly Diagnosed

First Steps for the Newly Diagnosed refers to the information that needs to be gathered and the decisions that need to be made in the initial days and weeks after you are diagnosed with cancer. In this program, we offer practical guidelines designed to help you take those first steps toward successfully meeting the challenges … Continue reading

Do you know what benefits you are eligible for?

Please visit: http://www.benefits.gov/ to see what yoy aand your family qualify for. You may be eligible for food assistance, rental assistance, veterans assistance,…etc. and not even know! Please visit ASAP to take the free questionnaire and find out what benefits you may qualify for.

Family Healthcare Information

Group and Individual Health Insurance, and Information on the Affordable Care Act HealthCare.gov (Department of Health and Human Services) Medicaid Medicaid (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) Medicaid Information for State and Territorial Departments (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) Medicare Medicare  en español (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) Medicare & You (Centers for … Continue reading

College graduates and near-grads converge on job fair seeking future employment (Our website was also mentioned))

From right, Kevin Rodriguez, 18, of Perris, Rebecca Arguello, 18, of Moreno Valley, and Ashley Saunders, 24, of Upland, all students at San Joaquin Valley College, speak with California Baptist University representatives Merritt Robinson, left, and Francois Jacobs Thursday at a job fair in Rancho Cucamonga. (Micah Escamilla/Correspondent) RANCHO CUCAMONGA – More than 30 companies … Continue reading

Attention:C/0 2012 High School Seniors

Please be sure to check out our post for your chance to win our Prom Contest. I Dont Want To Pay For Prom Contest has helped hundreds of teens make their prom a night that they will never forget. Please visit: https://someonehelpedmehelps.wordpress.com/ for more info 🙂

How to Apply to Meals on Wheels

How to Apply Meals on Wheels, Inland Empire, provides seven nutritious prepared meals, including milk, which are delivered each week. Clients include those who are 60 years-plus and individuals with disabilities. The cost is $20 a week. Our meal types include: – Regular, healthy meals – Lower fat and reduced sodium – Diabetic-friendly – Easy-to-chew … Continue reading

Meals on Wheels Volunteer Program

We are currently looking for volunteers to deliver meals to homebound seniors, hospice patients and other qualifying families in the San Bernardino area. Volunteers help by providing companionship and nourishment to Seniors by delivering meals to them every week. We are looking for a commitment of 1-4 hours once a week. Meals must be delivered … Continue reading


GET FIT IN 2012 ZUMBA Fitness Classes WOW WOW WOW *Only $3 for 1 hour Class * 8 classes for only $24…. >Taking the 1st – 15 people! > Reserve your spot TODAY!! >Class Times Tues. & Thurs. 5:30pm -6:30pm >You take it at your pace…. >You don’t need to know how to dance it … Continue reading