San Bernardino and Riverside Counties


Service Councils and Family Resource Centers

Inland Empire is home to several coalitions and family resource centers give an opportunity for you to be engaged in your community. The following are Service Councils and Family Resource Centers in your community.



Inland Empire Family Resource Center Coalition

The Inland Empire Family Resource Center Coalition (ieFRCC) is a collaborative network of members from organizations that support Family Resource Centers. Although each Family Resource Center is unique, they all focus on family strengths & build confidence and self-esteem within families.

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Rancho Cucamonga Service Council

Our mission is to unite business, charitable organizations, schools, churches and those who want to make Rancho Cucamonga a better place. 

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Inland Empire Disabilities Collaborative

To Promote Equal Opportunity, Universal Access, and Full Participation of People With Disabilities In All Aspects of Life. Launched as a networking tool, the Collaborative brings together over 800 service providers from regional organizations that serve people with disabilities and seniors. The Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) led the way in the creation of this unique initiative in February of 2006.

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Inland Regional Center

It is our goal to help provide you with the resources you need in order to enhance the quality of life and increase independence, inclusion and empowerment for IRC consumers.

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County of San Bernardino Reentry Collaborative

The San Bernardino County Reentry Collaborative (SBCRC) is a partnership of agencies, organizations and individuals committed to making our communities safer through the successful reentry and long-term success of the formerly incarcerated.

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Inland Empire Community Collaborative

The Inland Empire Community Collaborative (IECC) is the result of two years of 13 non-profit agencies working together to strengthen our organizations and improve outcomes for individuals and communities throughout San Bernardino County. Each of the members have a sustainability plan which directly responds to the needs and priorities of our target audiences and local communities.

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