Reach Out helps implement Healthy City initiatives and offers assistance to new and already established cities in San Bernardino and Riverside County.


Healthy Jurupa Valley’s mission is to inspire residents to ignite change, bringing greater health, safety, and quality of life  to everyone in the city.

Healthy Jurupa Valley currently has five work groups collaborating together to improve the City of Jurupa Valley:

  • Arts & Recreation
  • Gardens & Markets
  • Family Resource Network
  • Community Prosperity
  • Safety & Readiness

Join your fellow residents and leaders for an important gathering that will lead to key decisions and strategies to improve and advance the health and quality of life of all the residents of our City!

For more information on the Healthy Jurupa Valley Discount card email

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Latino Health Collaborative (LHC) is a collective of community stakeholders focused on finding solutions to increase access to care and to eliminate health disparities in San Bernardino County.

Our mission is to improve the health of Latinos and our community and to address barriers within the public and private systems that impact health and access to health care.  In the past few years, LHC has grown to a coalition of more than 75 members representing a wide swath of communities and disciplines, and is recognized for its expertise in coalition building, health advocacy, and community organizing.

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CCPL cohort members were carefully chosen for their ability and potential to effect change in creating safer, healthier communities.  Members were specifically chosen to be representative of a minimum of six sectors (governmental/civic, business, education, community based organizations/philanthropy, faith based organizations and community leaders) with a minimum of 10 members per cohort.

CCPL members have participated in an intensive program of cross-sectoral leadership development.  Through this process, a shared theory of change was developed incorporating an integrated, coordinated effort to increase and sustain local leadership.

The Center fills a critical gap in the Inland Empire’s current structure by fostering catalytic leadership, promoting field-building, and developing policy and advocacy competencies in our indigenous public and private organizations to achieve greater social impact.

Objectives for the Center for Civic Policy & Leadership are:

  • Increase cross-sectoral collaboration to increase the health, stability and safety of the region
  • Increase leadership competencies in all participants
  • Strengthen participants’ ability to engage in comprehensive assessment, policy and advocacy activities for economic, social and physical factors that result in meaningful long-term policy change in creating healthier communities

Health Innovations Prize Case Study Form

CCPL Health Innovations Prize

Contact Omar Gonzalez at or at 909.982.8641 for more information.

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Healthy San Bernardino is an active community coalition that promotes healthy eating, lifestyles, and environments.

We envision a community with:

  • Access to healthy food
  • Safe streets and public spaces, schools, parks, and open spaces
  • Appropriate healthcare, wellness, and prevention, including behavioral health
  • Economic stability and quality educational and employment opportunities
  • Community-driven collaborative leadership
  • Personal awareness, motivation, and responsibility with a community-wide sense of hope and purpose

Since 2012 we have spearheaded the development of Health Hubs, a place-based strategy of convening a robust network of agencies collaboratively promoting community health at specific locations.  At the grassroots level Health Hubs aim to improve the health of the city by creating spaces to encourage and promote healthy eating and active living.

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The Healthy Muscoy Coalition has been actively working on increasing resources, community engagement and food access in Muscoy.

In partnerships with local community leaders the coalition has been able to create dialogue and events in Muscoy to increase community wellness.

The coalition has been actively working on three goals

  • Create health advocacy campaigns in the region
  • Improve the built environment
  • Improve access to fresh and healthy food
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For more information on joining a Healthy City Collaborative or for meeting times and locations, contact us at (909) 982-8641.

Unused pills can be left at Jurupa Valley drop-off box

September 6th, 2016|0 Comments

By IMRAN GHORI / STAFF WRITER Published: Sept. 1, 2016 3:21 p.m. Jurupa Valley residents will be able to leave unused or expired prescription pills at a drop-off box at a Riverside County Sheriff’s Department [...]

Ontario passes butane ordinance regulating quantities sold

May 27th, 2016|0 Comments

By Liset Márquez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin ONTARIO >>Ontario has passed San Bernardino County’s first ordinance regulating the sale and possession of butane to curb the manufacturing of concentrated marijuana. The ordinance is in response [...]

Reach Out’s 10th Annual Community Health Fair

August 7th, 2015|0 Comments

Reach out will be having their 10th annual Health Fair on Sunday, October 11, 2015. The location will be held at Sam Alba Park in Ontario, CA. We are excited to announce that we are now accepting [...]

Reach Out hosts National Innovative Communities Conference in Ontario

June 26th, 2015|0 Comments

By Grace Wong, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin ONTARIO >> Malachi Compton, 13, from Colton, listened intently to Garret Hawthorne, president of Healthy Thinking, Inc., as he talked about how to choose educational paths that align [...]