From hospitals to clinics to crisis lines, health agencies across Riverside County offer medical care and public health information. Find services for seniors, for mothers and infants and for those facing financial challenges within the community.
Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health
The Behavioral Health department provides treatment and support services to children, transition age youth (18 - 21 year-olds), adults and older adults who have a mental illness. The department also administers the public guardian program, which supports people unable to properly care for themselves or who are unable to manage their finances.
Riverside University Health System - Medical Center
Riverside University Health System – Medical Center stands today as a pillar of excellence in health care and medical education in the region. Located in Moreno Valley, the 439-bed medical center and its 60+ hospital-based primary and specialty care clinics have been recognized for delivering high-quality care.
Riverside University Health System - Public Health
Riverside University Health System - Public Health promotes and protects the health of all county residents and visitors for the wellbeing of the community. With a staff of 700 doctors, nurses, health educators, nutritionists, communicable disease and community program specialists the department works towards preventing disease and healthier communities.
Riverside University Health System - Community Clinics
Riverside University Health System - Clinics provide free or low-cost health, dental and medical care. The clinics focus on those with low income or no health insurance; however, almost anyone across the county can get some form of assistance. Services offered by each clinic vary by specialty.