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Equity & Foster 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 foster care at Norco College.


Contact Us

Phone: (951) 738-7743 
Website: Phoenix Scholars  


Independent Living Program (ILP) Contact Information




Food Assistance


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.