Agency: Redlands Police Department Recreation Bureau
This program offers enrichment classes for children and adults: ballroom, latin, rhythm, line, folkloric, and belly dancing, cheerleading, dog obedience, fencing, First Aid & CPR, guitar, karate, piano, and yoga.
This program provides education for parents and their school aged children, transitional aged youth and preschool children and their parents. As-well as a support group for pregnant and new mothers experiencing anxiety and postpartum depression.
Agency: UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Provides federally approved information on HIV/AIDS treatment, counseling, and prevention guidelines. Also offers a database of HIV/AIDS clinical trials, vaccines, and information about approved and experimental HIV/AIDS drugs.
Provides an anonymous confidential hotline that offers referrals for HIV/AIDS services. Also provides emotional support to those in need. Callers can discuss sexual risk behaviors with a trained counselor over the phone.
Provides impact litigation to protect immigrants' access to the courts and their right to due process. Also provides legal advice and analysis to: Legal services attorneys Health and social service providers Government workers Community organizers Legislative staffers
Supports the fire service and medical community to prevent burns. Also addresses the needs of burn survivors throughout all the stages of recovery. Staff and volunteers work closely with the community to host prevention programs, raise funds, and provide services to survivors.
Agency: The Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology
This program provides medical and surgical eye care referrals to seniors. Participating doctors provide medical eye exams and care for anything diagnosed at the initial visit for up to 1 year at no out-of-pocket cost for the physician's services. Medicare and any other insurance will be billed and accepted as payment in full. Uninsured are seen at ...