Riverside’s Child and Family Services are dedicated to helping families succeed. We offer a range of programs that serve children and families at all levels of development – including before birth.Learn More
We work with adults with a wide range of needs and goals. We take a person-centered, strengths-based approach to all levels of care, while providing a safe, caring, and accepting environment for each person we serve.Learn More
We have developed a range of prevention, consultation, training, support, and treatment services that work on a large scale in school systems, cities, towns, and private corporations.Learn More
A new division of Riverside Community Care, MindWise Innovations (formerly Screening for Mental Health) – equips schools, workplaces, colleges, and communities with tools to help them address mental health issues, substance use, and suicide risk – enabling their members to live healthier lives.
Early bird discount until Friday, August 30. “Holding Steady in Unsteady Times: Working in Contexts of Ongoing Traumatic Stress.” This year’s annual conference will focus on how professionals understand and make meaning of their trauma work in the context of what’s happening in the world, and how that affects what they bring into the room in a meaningful and effective way, which both supports the people they serve and sustains the professionals.
Waheeda Saif, Program Coordinator at Riverside Trauma Center, is co-author of a valuable new resource available from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network.
William H. is one of 2,200 people enrolled with Riverside Community Partners, a Behavioral Health Community Partner Program. Enrollees get assistance navigating the entire care system, including medical, behavioral health, and social services such as housing and benefits. In William’s own words, read how he has made a remarkable transformation.