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Visit our CNUSD Adult Ed website:
Provides education for adults through:
- English Language Learning & Citizenship preparation
- High School Diploma or Equivalency preparation
Promotes College and Career Readiness through:
- Short-term Career Technical Education courses
- Industry-recognized Certification courses
- Transition to College or Career preparation courses
- Services that support entry or re-entry into the workforce
Prepares students to be productive members of the community through:
- Civic integration & parent academic support courses
- Community interest courses in Oil Painting & Sewing
This Virtual Calming Room is a place for students and families to find tools and strategies for managing emotions and feelings. We are here to support you! -CNUSD School Counselors
Child Care Referal
Access the online referral system at https://secureweb.rcoe.us/ONLINEREF/or
call (800) 442-4927.
Counseling/ Mental Health Resources
The Corona Norco Unified School District provides counseling services for your student at every school site. These services include both academic and social emotional support for your student. To speak to a counselor, please call your child’s school office. Find Mental Health Resources and more at www.cnusd.k12.ca.us/mentalhealth.
24 Hour Mental Health Emergency Treatment Services
- 9990 County Farm Road, Suite 4, Riverside 92503
- (951) 358-4700
- (909) 763-4970
CARES Riverside County Department of Mental Health
- Helps locate outpatient mental health services for children and patients in Riverside County.
- (800) 706-7500
- Free tele-health and virtual therapy resources made available through our partner Care Solace. Support available 24/7.
- (888) 515-0595
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Care Solace website
Carolyn E. Wylie Center
- Serving the Inland Empire, they 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.
- 4164 Brockton Avenue, Riverside 92501
- (951) 683-5193
Community Access Network
- CAN Counseling Center provides a variety of therapeutic services including individuals, family and couples therapy. For information: www.fosterkidscan.org.
- 2275 South Main Street, Corona 92879
- (951) 279-3222
Family Adolescent and Children’s Treatment (FACT of Corona)
- For serious emotional difficulties. Psychiatrist available. Medi-Cal, Healthy Families, and Healthy Kids are accepted.
- 1195 Magnolia Avenue, Corona 92879
- (951) 273-0608
HELPline 24 Hour Crisis/Suicide Intervention
- The HELPline connects you with someone who cares, who will listen and support you in your time of crisis. Bilingual counselors are also available. The hotline serves as a lifeline to those who may be feeling overwhelmed, in need of emotional assistance and possibly considering suicide. Together you explore alternatives to help stabilize your situation. All conversations are confidential.
- (951) 686-4357
LifeSource Affordable Counseling
- Serving adults, children, couples and families in the Inland Empire by providing individualized counseling options that are affordable and effective.
- 7177 Brockton Avenue, Suite 452, Riverside 92506
- (951) 682-7143
National Alliance on Mental Illness Western Riverside County
- Provides support and referral services to people in the Riverside, Moreno Valley, Corona, Norco and Jurupa Valley/Rubidoux area.
- 4095 County Circle Drive, #A, Riverside 92503
- (951) 369-2721
Parent to Parent Telephone Support Line
- Non-emergency line for parents/caregivers of Riverside County who are raising a child/youth with mental health, emotional and/or behavioral challenges.
- (888) 358-3622
The Lehman Center
- Family counseling, individual counseling, and parent classes are offered.
- Services for Children: 3705 Myers Street, Riverside 92503 - (951) 358-4625
- Services for Adults: 9990 County Farm Road, Suite 5, Riverside 92503 - (951) 358-4834
Take My Hand
- Connect with a Peer Support Specialists (PSS) who utilizes lived experiences to connect with people who are having life challenges. A PSS will support you by listening and validating your concerns, offer resources, provide coping strategies and link you to the right level of care.
- Chat hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Website: www.takemyhand.co
The Trevor Project
- Provides crisis and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth between the ages of 13-24.
- (866) 488-7386
COVID Related Aid
Disaster Financial Assistance with Food, Housing, and Bills
Fair housing Council of Riverside County
3933 Mission Inn Ave Riverside, CA
Community Action Partnership
2038 Iowa Ave, B102
Assistance for Households with Senior Citizens
Riverside Office on aging
Senior Meal Reservation
Corona Senior Center c/o Casa Grande Apartment Complex
801 Magnolia Ave
Corona, CA 92879
Meals Served: Fri 10:30am-12:30pm
Family Service Association
Senior Nutrition Program
Weatherization Program for Low Income Families
Community Action Partnership
Appliance Repair or Replacement
Heating/cooling system repair or replacement
Families with children under 18 can apply for CalWorks online
www.c4yourself.com or call 877-410-8827 and request an application be mailed to them
Information about the CARES ACT and money coming from the Treasury Department to individuals and families please visit www.irs.gov/cornavirus
Corona-Norco United Way COVID-19 Financial Assistance Application
The Corona-Norco United Way is currently accepting financial assistance applications for community members that have been impacted by COVID-19. Learn more here.
Issues with Eviction
Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order that authorizes local governments to pause evictions for renters through May 31, 2020. Tenants who are having issues may call the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County at 1-800-655-1812. Callers will receive a call back within 24 hours.
- A rental assistance program coordinated between Riverside County, Inland SoCal United Way and Lift to Rise. All residents who can document a financial impact related to Covid-19 are eligible for $3,500 in rental assistance, regardless if their income level.
- United Lift Rental Assistance Fund Frequently Asked Questions
- California Work Opportunities and responsibility to kids is temporary financial assistance program designed to provide families the means to meet their basic needs in times of hardship.
- Click here for the CalWORKS website.
- Individuals and families can receive free assistance to complete applications for Medi-Cal, CalFresh and CalWorks. We also assist with annual renewals, follow up forms and any questions you have regarding social services. Available year round with bilingual staff.
- (951) 736-4636
- Located in the Parent Center, 152 E. Sixth Street, Corona 92879
Register for diaper assistance at DiaperBankIE.org. follow the link or fill the form below
Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school will get extra food benefits. These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. P-EBT benefits help families in California buy food when schools are closed because of the coronavirus emergency. Pandemic EBT
PEBT Extension - California was approved to provide additional P-EBT benefits to children who already received P-EBT benefits for the month of August and September 2020. Each eligible child will automatically receive a new P-EBT card with the added benefits. Call Joanna Buchholz at Project Insure for more details (951) 736-4636
Families in need of food assistance can apply for CalFresh at
DPSS (Department of Public Social Services) 877-410-8827
Some of the food pantries may no longer be providing food.
Please call to verify if they are providing assistance.
For Additional Resources, please dial 211 or 800-464-1123
Society of St. Vincent De Paul
601 West 6th Street
Corona, CA - 92882
Food Resource Location: 0.51 miles from Corona
Program Hours: Saturday, 10:30am - 1:30pm.Eligibility: Must reside in Norco or Corona
St Edwards Catholic Church
605 West Fifth Street
Corona, CA - 92882
Food Resource Location: 0.58 miles from Corona
Program Hours: Saturday, 10:00am - 12:00pm.
St. Mel’s Cathlic Church
4140 Corona Avenue
Norco, CA - 92860
Food Resource Location: 5.12 miles from Corona
Thursday: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Inland Vinyard Christian Fellowship
935 North McKinley Street
Food, Saturday 9:00am -10am
Second Harvest Food Bank Serving Riverside County
2950 - B Jefferson Street
Riverside, CA - 92504
Food Resource Location: 9.96 miles from Corona
Riverside County Food Access Sites
- Find your closest food pantry with this convenient app. Type in your address and the map will show the location, date and time of the food pantries and distributions in your area.
- (909) 391-3999
- Free food pantry program with multiple locations and times: www.uplmnonprofit.org/events
- The CalFresh program is a federally funded program that provides monthly food benefits to assist low-income households in purchasing the food they need to maintain adequate nutritional levels for the month.
- For more information please call: (877) 847-3663
- Grab & Go meals are FREE for all students through December 31, 2020. Meals will continue to be distributed curbside at most CNUSD school sites, on the first day of each week. Students will receive breakfast and lunch for each school day. Students need not be present, but parents and/or students will be asked to provide valid CNUSD pin numbers for all meals, just as we do during the typical school year. A student may receive only one bag of food per week. Click here for times and locations.
- Parents are encouraged to complete a free or reduced meals application. Visit www.cnusdnutrition.com for more information.
Corona Settlement House
- 507 S. Vicentia Avenue, Corona 92882
- (951) 737-3504
- Open daily from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Inland Vineyard Community Church
- 935 N. McKinley, Corona CA 92879
- (951) 549-1192
- Every Saturday 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.
- Must be 18 years and over with valid ID.
New Hope Family Worship Center
- 804 S. Lincoln Avenue, Corona CA 92882
- (951) 737-4673
- Every Friday 9 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
St. Mel’s Catholic Church
- 4140 Corona Avenue, Norco CA 92860
- (951) 737-7144
- Every Thursday at 10 a.m.
Homeless Student/Family Resource- CLUB HOPE
The CNUSD Parent Center supports Club Hope
Club Hope provides academic and social-emotional support for students and their families who are experiencing homelessness and/or lack fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence. Cassandra Willis is the new homeless liaison overseeing students who qualify for this special program.
School on Wheels
- School on Wheels provides free tutoring, mentoring, and devices to children in Grades K-12 that are homeless or living in group foster homes. At this time all tutoring is done online.
- Click here for a PDF flyer.
- School on Wheels Referral Form
- A Riverside University Health System program that connects those who are homeless or at risk of losing their housing with available resources in the community.
- (800) 498-8847
- Email: email@example.com
- Click here for a PDF flyer.
CNUSD Community Volunteer Tutoring Services
Our Community Volunteer Tutor program, a part of Club Hope, is a FREE one-on-one ZOOM tutoring program. We utilize adult members of our community, retired teachers, and Medical School students who wish to support our Corona/Norco/Eastvale community. All tutors have been through a background check and training.
If you are interested in receiving this free tutoring assistance please apply online at: https://tinyurl.com/cnusd-communitytutor-request
After you fill out the request form, a Community Volunteer Tutor will reach out to you. Priority will be given to students who are demonstrating strong academic need.
Free...Food Drive-Thru- Come and pick-up fresh groceries to help feed your family.
THIS Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 10:00am-12:00pm
Corona High School
1150 West Tenth Street
*Enter parking lot from Lincoln Avenue
Holiday Assistance: Do you need a little help this holiday? If so, please fill out the form below to request assistance from our Holiday Helpers! Families selected will be notified via e-mail or phone.
Also, if you missed our backpack giveaway last month, we still have some backpacks available. Please give us a call at (951) 273-3132 to see how you can receive one for your CNUSD student.
Immunization Notification to Parents
Notificación de Inmunización a los Padres
California State Law requires that proof of immunizations be provided at the time of enrollment in school. If a physician is refusing to see a child for a well-child checkup there are other avenues for the child to get vaccinations. Many local pharmacies will take insurance and/or cash payment for vaccinations. County public health clinics are open and will administer vaccinations. There are multiple clinics also available for immunizations.
- Clinica Medica Familiar
- Corona Family Care
- Most Kaiser facilities are providing vaccinations for their patients.
Parents may contact any local pharmacy via telephone to confirm if their insurance is taken for the vaccinations.
FREE OR LOW COST CLINICS
• Corona Community Health Center
2813 S. Main St., Corona, CA 92882.
Clinic: (951) 272-5445
Open Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Closed Weekends and all County Holidays
APPOINTMENTS: 1-800-720-9553 CITAS: 1-800-720-9553
• Jurupa Valley Community Health Center
8876 Mission Blvd., Jurupa Valley, CA 92509
Clinic: (951) 360-8795
Open Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm,
Closed Weekends and all County Holidays
• Clinica Medica Familiar
217 E 3rd St, Corona, CA 92879
CNUSD is partnering with nonprofit organization human-I-T to provide the digital resources needed to support you in participating in your coursework remotely. For families looking for a low-cost computer, you can purchase these resources easily through human-I-T’s website: hitconnect.org.
Proof of low-income status is required. human-I-T can also provide unbiased support in finding an internet provider that suits a family’s specific needs by answering questions and getting signed up.
To apply, please text the number below or complete the online form.
● Text: (562) 372-6925
● Online Application: https://human-i-t.org/request-internet/
The Access program from AT&T provides a low-cost option for wireline home Internet access to low-income households in the 21 states where we offer wireline home Internet services. To be eligible, at least one person in your household must be a participant in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
Go to att.com/access to learn more about Access from AT&T. For assistance beyond our online resources, please call 1‑855‑220‑5211.
Xfinity Internet Essentials
You may qualify for Internet Essentials if:
• You are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI and others.
• You live in an area where Comcast Internet service is available.
• You are not an existing Xfinity Internet customer and have not subscribed to Comcast Internet within the last 90 days.
• You have no outstanding debt to Comcast that is less than one year old. Households with outstanding debt more than one year old may still be eligible.*
For more information click HERE.
Spectrum Low Income Internet
To qualify for this program, one or more members of your household must currently receive assistance under one of the following programs:
National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP
For more information, click HERE.
Wifi y Recursos de Internet
El programa Access de AT&T ofrece una opción de bajo costo para el acceso a Internet en hogares de bajos ingresos en los 21 estados donde ofrecemos servicios de Internet en hogares de cable. Para ser elegible, al menos una persona en su hogar debe ser participante en el Programa de asistencia nutricional suplementaria, o SNAP.
Visite att.com/access para obtener más información sobre el acceso de AT&T. Para obtener ayuda más allá de nuestros recursos en línea, llame al 1-855-220-5211.
XFINITY Internet Essentials
Puede calificar para Internet Essentials si:
• reúne los requisitos para programas de asistencia pública como el Programa Nacional de almuerzo Escolar, asistencia para la Vivienda, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI y otros.
• vive en un área donde está disponible el servicio de Internet Comcast.
• no es cliente de Xfinity Internet y no se ha suscrito a Comcast Internet en los últimos 90 días.
• no tienes deuda pendiente con Comcast que tenga menos de un año. Los hogares con deuda pendiente de pago de más de un año de edad pueden seguir siendo elegibles.
For más información haga clic AQUÍ.
Spectrum Internet de bajos ingresos
Para calificar para este programa, uno o más miembros de su hogar deben recibir asistencia bajo uno de los siguientes programas:
• Programa Nacional de almuerzo Escolar (NSLP)
• Provisión comunitaria de Elegibilidad (CEP) del NSLP
Para obtener más información, haga clic AQUÍ.
A la luz de las preocupaciones recientes sobre la salud, Corona Norco USD se está asociando con la organización sin fines de lucro human-I-T para proporcionar los recursos digitales necesarios para ayudarlo a participar en sus cursos de forma remota. Para las familias que buscan una computadora de bajo costo, puede comprar estos recursos fácilmente a través del sitio web de human-I-T: hitconnect.org. Se requiere prueba de estatus de bajos ingresos. human-I-T también puede proporcionar apoyo imparcial para encontrar un proveedor de Internet que se adapte a las necesidades específicas de una familia respondiendo preguntas y registrándose.
Para presentar una solicitud, envíe un mensaje de texto con el número a continuación o complete el formulario en línea.
● Mande un texto al (562) 372-6925
● Aplique en linea: https://human-i-t.org/request-internet/
Parent Center Resources/Programs
Need to contact us?
Call us at (951) 273-3132. We are located at 152 E. Sixth Street Corona, CA 92879.
2020- 2021 Parent Center Request for Family Support Referral Form below
If you have a family in an emergency situation please contact us directly at (951) 273-3132.
Digital Learning Parent Resources
Everything from EdGenuity to Rosetta Stone, Logging in to turning in and everything in between!
Digital Learning Support brought to you by CNUSD
CORONA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Grades: Kindergarten – 6th grade
Day and Time: Monday –Thursday 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Homework Help in all subjects in a group setting
No reservations required
Grades: Middle and high school students
Day and Time: Tuesdays 4:00 – 6:00 PM, Wed. 4:00 – 6:00 PM,
Day and Time: Tuesdays 4:00-6:00PM, Wednesdays 4:00-6:00PM, Thursdays 3:15 – 4:15 PM
Tutoring in all subjects in a group setting
No reservations required
CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL
Grades: 4th – 12th students in CNUSD
Day and Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00 – 4:15 PM from 2/11
Day and Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00-4:15PM from 2/11 to 5/14/2020
Subjects: Language Arts, Math, and Science
Contact: Mr. Meister at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration
CORONA CHURCH OF CHRIST
Grades: 1st – 5th students
Day and Times: Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Subjects: Language Arts and Math only
Contact: Call 951-737-5359 for more details
SCHOOL ON WHEELS
Grades: K–12 students who are homeless living in shelters,
Grades: K-12 students who are homeless living in shelters, motels, and/or, vehicles. Also available to students living in group foster homes
Call the Parent Center 951-273-3132 for a referral
CNUSD PARENT CENTER
Grades: Kindergarten – 12th grade
Day and Times: Mondays – Thursdays 3:00 – 6:00 PM
Contact: Call the Parent Center to get a tutor referral at
Cost: $10 for 1-hour long 1 to 1 tutoring. Math tutoring by
Cost: $10 for 1-hour long 1:1 tutoring, math tutoring by appointment only
CORONA NORCO UNITED WAY
Grades: 3rd to 11th students
Tutoring Days and Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Homework Assistance: Wednesdays 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Tutoring Subjects: Math, Language Arts, and homework
Cost: FREE Parents must be Corona residents and meet income qualifications
Contact: Denisse Olguin at 951-736-0620
Cost: FREE Parents must be Corona residents and meet income
Income based free online tutoring for students residing in Corona and in grades 3rd-11th. A few spaces are still available. For more information, please contact Denise at (951) 736-0620 ext. 405. Click to view their website.
A free online tutoring service started by three Santiago High School seniors. They offer 1-on-1 tutoring on various subjects with support in several languages. Sign up for a session on their website.
A tool for Drug and Mental Health Help - www.caresolace.com/CNUSDfamilies
National Crisis Line – 1-800-273-8255
HELP Line – 951-686-4357
Crisis Text Line – Text: CNUSD to 741-741
Safe House Text Line – Text SHHelp to 274637
National Domestic Violence Line - 1-800-799-7233
Domestic Violence Text Line – Text: LOVEIS to 22522
Child Protective Services – 1-800-422-4918
Local Community Service Resources and Support- 211