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​Fost​er Youth

Foster Youth is a collaboration between college and community partners to lead the effort in improving the educational experience and outcomes of young people from foste​​r care at Norco College.

Independent Living Program (ILP) Contact Information


Food Assistance

  • Riverside County Cal Fresh/Medi-Cal/ Cash Aid
    www.c4yourself.com or your nearest County office
  • HOPE Food Bank: 29885 2nd St. #R Lake Elsinore, 951-245-7510
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help Food Pantry (Tuesdays Only)
    5250 Central Ave, Riverside, CA 92504, 951-689-8921

Mental Health


  • Riverside Transit Agency​: Customer Information 
    1825 Third Street, Riverside, CA 92517.
    Reservations for pick-up. 951-565-5002 or 800-795-7887

Educational and Vocational Resources

  • ​​Community Access Center​ (CAC)​ 
    ​6848 Magnolia Ave., Suite 150, Riverside, CA 92506, 951-274-0358
    A private, non-profit corporation that provides vocational training, job training, job placement, community integration, day services, self-care and self-advocacy for individuals with intellectual and  developmental disabilities.
  • Riverside County Office of Education​ – Career Technical Education (CTE)
    9825 County Farm Rd., Riverside, CA 92503, 951-826-6450
    A Riverside County Office of Education department that offers Vocational and Career Education to young adults. CTE also offers workshops, job fairs, seminars and employment placement to students and graduates.
  • California Youth Connection​
  • California Community College Foster Youth Success Initiative
  • Financial Aid Information​
  • The ARC of Riverside County
    8188 Lincoln Ave., Riverside, CA 92504, 951-688-5141 x 228
    A nonprofit corporation helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. ARC offers adult day services, Job Training, Job Placement and Supported Employment along with Advocacy and Recreational events.