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COMMUNITY RESOURCESGUIDE

DisclaimerThe San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department INROADS Program has provided this Community Resources Guide to San Bernardino County inmates to provide information regarding services available at a community level to aid theirsuccessful re-entry. This booklet is provided as an informational service only and does not constitute and should not be relied upon as anofficial record of the Sheriffs Department or the INROADS Program.The following content is produced from sources believed to be reliable. SBCSD/INROADS makes no representation,express or implied, that the information in this booklet is complete, timely, or accurate. No warranty expressed or implied is made regarding: accuracy, adequacy, completeness, legality, reliability, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or usefulness of any information.Any elected officials, officers, agents, or employees shall not be held responsible for anyerrors or omissions produced by secondary dissemination of this information.Revised January 2016

Table of ContentsProbation & District Attorney’sParole & Drug Court LocationsCriminal Charges/Custody LetterLegal AidVictims Witness and RestitutionTattoo RemovalDepartment of Motor VehiclesSocial Security Administration InformationTAY Center (Youth age 18-25)Temporary / Transitional AssistanceBehavioral HealthHealth/Dental ServicesReproductive Health and ParentingCounseling and Outpatient ResourcesCommunity Resources/Commodities USDAObtaining Free Reading MaterialSelf Help GroupsDriving Under the Influence ProgramsAnger Mgmt./Batterers’ Treatment ProgramsChild Abuse Treatment & Parenting ClassesDomestic Violence AssistanceHomeless AssistanceSheltersSober Living/ Inpatient ResourcesPublic & Low Cost HousingUtility AssistanceLiteracy ProgramsEducation ResourcesGED Testing CentersEmployment Education/Resources/ApprenticeshipsDisability ResourcesCalifornia Voter’s RightsVeterans AffairsQuick 6667

Probation/District Attorney’sSan Bernardino CountyProbation Office LocationsSan Bernardino CountyDistrict AttorneyCentral Branch :Day Reporting and Re-entry Support Center104 W. 4th St.San Bernardino, CA 92415San Bernardino316 N. Mt. View Ave.San Bernardino, CA 92415Ph: 909-382-7800Fax: 909-387-6313Ph: 909-387-8309Central Adult Services401 North Arrowhead AveSan Bernardino, CA 92415Rancho Cucamonga8303 N. Haven Ave., 4th FloorRancho Cucamonga, CA 91730Ph: 909-386-1810Ph: 909-989-0056West Valley Services17830 Arrow BlvdFontana, CA 92335Fontana Barton Plaza10535 Foothill Blvd Suite 235Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730Ph: 909-356-3496Ph: 909-477-8333Joshua Tree Branch Office63665 29 Palms HwyJoshua Tree, CA 92252Morongo District Attorney6527 White Feather Rd.Joshua Tree, CA 92252Ph: 760-366-4130Ph: 760-366-4120Victorville Adult Branch Office15480 Ramona Dr.Victorville, CA 92392Victorville District AttorneyPh: 760-243-826914555 Civic Dr.Victorville, CA 92392Ph: 760-243-8600Los Angeles CountyDistrict Attorney - Hall of JusticeContacting your Public DefenderCollect Calls Accepted211West Temple St.Los Angeles, CA 90012Joshua Tree: 760-366-5789Ph: 213-974-3512Fax 213-633-1956Needles: 760-326-9242Email: [email protected] Cucamonga: 909-948-4669Riverside CountyDistrict AttorneySan Bernardino Central: 909-387-83733960 Orange St. # 500,Riverside, CA 92501Victorville: 760-241-0413Ph: 951-955-5400Victorville Conflict Panel14420 Civic Dr. Suite 8Victorville, CA 92392(No direct phone-send mail)4

Parole & Drug Court LocationsParole OfficesSan Bernardino CountyDrug Court LocationsFontanaRialtoSan Bernardino 1-2San Bernardino GPS 1Barstow235 East Mountain View Ave.Barstow, CA 92311303 West Fifth St.San Bernardino, CA 92401Ph: 909 -06-3516Fax: 909-384-7403or 909-384-7413Ph: 760-256-4860Big Bear477 Summit Blvd. P.O. Box 2806Big Bear Lake, CA 92315Ph: 760-866-0156Ontario 1 - 2Pomona 1 - 2Central351 North Arrowhead Ave.San Bernardino, CA 92415-0240971 Corporate Center Dr.Pomona, CA 91768Ph: 909 802-1020 or 909 802-1030Fax: 909 802-1050Ph: 909-387-3994Fontana17780 Arrow Hwy.Fontana, CA 92335Victorville 1 - 2San Bernardino GPS 2Ph: 909-350-9322Joshua Tree14040 Park Ave.Victorville, CA 92392Ph: 760-241-3744Fax: 760-241-04436527 White Feather Rd.Joshua Tree, CA 92252Ph: 760-366-4112NeedlesRiverside &3Riverside GPS1111 Bailey St.Needles, CA 92363Ph: 760-256-48601777 Atlanta Ave., Ste G-3Riverside, CA 92507Ph: 951-782-4479 or 951-248-0258Fax: 951-782-4491 or 951-782-4929Rancho Cucamonga8303 North Haven Ave.Rancho Cucamonga, CA 92373Moreno Valley 1-3Ph: 909-945-414414327 Frederick St.Moreno Valley, CA 92553Ph: 951- 571-4040Fax: 951-653-3201Redlands216 Brookside Ave.Redlands, CA 92373Ph: 909-387-4033Victorville14455 Civic Dr.Victorville, CA 92392Ph: 760-243-8248Civil Department Suite 100Criminal/Traffic Department Suite 2005

Criminal Charges/Custody LetterTo obtain a copy of your criminal history or verification of incarceration youmay obtain a copy from the Sheriff’s Records Department at the addressbelow or one of the local Sheriff substations in your area.This document is necessary to prove the date (s) of incarceration to ChildSupport Services. The records department will charge 10.00 for each FIVEbookings. Cash or Money order accepted only. Picture ID required.Sheriff ’s Headquarters Records Department655 E. 3rd St.San Bernardino, CA 92415909-888-5916Records department is open to the publicMonday-Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm(Except Holidays)You may obtain a certified copy of a birth, death and marriage certificatesdirectly or by mail from the San Bernardino County Office of Vital Recordsonly if the birth, death or marriage occurred in San Bernardino County.San Bernardino County RecorderCounty Clerks Office222 West Hospitality Ln.San Bernardino, CA 92415909-387-8306 or 855 732-2575Fee for servicewww.sbcounty.gov/arcArchives 909-890-1713Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates.Fee for service High Desert Government Center 760-995-8065Other counties within California contact:California Department of Health ServicesOffice of Vital Records-M.S. 5103P.O. Box 997410Sacramento, CA 95899-7410Call 916-445-26846

Legal Aid ResourcesLegal Aid Society ofSan Bernardino County Non Profit588 W. 6th St., San Bernardino CA 92410M-T-TH 9am & 1st & 3rd Wed 10am909-889-7328 or866-889-7328 - Toll FreeEstablishing Eligibility For ServicesTo establish your eligibility for services the LegalAid Society of San Bernardino requires all individuals seeking legal assistance tocomplete an application prior to receivinglegal assistance. You must select the applicationthat corresponds to where the legalassistance will be given. For instance, if you aregoing to the San Bernardino office you shouldwww.legalaidofsb.orgdownload and fill out the San Bernardino applicaThis agency provides Free legal assistancetion. You can view and fill out the application on ato low income or low to moderate income based computer by opening theupon the annual HUD Poverty guidelines. Bringapplication in Adobe Reader. If you do not haveall court documents and proof of legal residence. Adobe Reader, a free version can be found on(CLOSED all court holidays)their website. Once you have downloaded and inPlease bring all existing files and ordersstalled Adobe Reader, you can download an application and fill it out. After you have completedSAN BERNARDINOthe application, you must print the application out,since you will be unable to save the information588W. 6th St. San Bernardino CA 92410Every Monday 9:00 am, Every 4th Tuesday 5:30 pm you entered into the application. If you prefer tofill out the application by hand simply download the(For Family Law and Landlord Tenant)application, open it in Adobe Reader, and print theEvery Wednesday 1:30 pmapplication.Unlawful Detainer/Eviction AnswersIf you arrive AFTER the times listed you may NOTMonday-Friday at 9:00 am be seen that day! You must bring: ID/Proof of Residence (bill with name and address) Proof of Income(3 most current paystubs, award letter or bank statement) ABSOLUTELY NO CHILDREN OR GUESTSALLOWED INSIDE!!! NO PARKING IN THE BACK.FONTANA2nd Monday at 5:30 pmDon Day Neighborhood Center14501 Live Oak Ave., Fontana, CA 92337909-349-6997Inland Empire Latino Lawyers AssociationEligibility Screening & AppointmentsVICTORVILLE1st & 3rd TUESDAY at 1:30 pmVictorville Seniors’ Club14874 S. Mojave DriveVictorville, CA 92392760-245-5018951-369-30062060 University Ave. #113Riverside, CA 92507LOS ANGELES / RIVERSIDE COUNTIESLegal Aid Association of Los Angeleswww.lafla.org 800-399-4529JOSHUA TREE2nd Thursday at 11:00 amJoshua Tree Community Center6171 Sunburst Ave., Joshua Tree, CA760-366-2471The Public Service Law Corporation4129 Main Street Ste. #101Riverside, CA 92501PSLC provides legal services only in civil cases(not criminal cases). Family law, landlord/tenant &Guardianship/Conservatorship cases.Free Legal Services for Qualifying Individuals951-682-1015 Fax 951-682-01067

Victims Witness and RestitutionServices for Victims Court Ordered RestitutionWhat is Restitution?Referral to community agencies forcounseling.Reassurance and support for victimsand their families.Emergency assistance for short-termneeds.Special services to victims of sexualassault and domestic violence.Crime prevention and information.Money for losses sustained as the result of being a victim of crime. The Victim’s Bill of Right Act in the CaliforniaConstitution states that, ―all personswho suffer losses as a result of criminalactivity shall have the right to seek andsecure restitution from the persons convicted of the crimes causing the lossesthey suffer.‖California VictimsCompensation ProgramPh: 800-777-9229Fax: [email protected] the offender ask for a restitutionhearing?Yes. If the offender disagrees with theamount of restitution ordered by thejudge, he/she can ask for a hearing.Witness AssistanceSan Bernardino County:909-387-6540 Is restitution a life-long debt?Yes. Restitution does not go away untilit is paid in full. Even if an offendermoves out of state or files for bankruptcy, the restitution debt remains.Assistance in making court appearances.Orientation to the criminal justicesystem.Witness reception area.Notification about the status of acase before, during and after prosecution.Cooperation with employers innotification of court appearances.Fontana909-477-8333Joshua Tree760-366-5740San Bernardino909-387-8309Rancho Cucamonga909-945-4241Victorville760-552-6947What is the difference between aRestitution Order and a Fine?A Restitution Order is what the offendermust pay to the victim and a fine iswhat the judge can order the offenderto pay society.What if the offender cannot pay atthe time of sentencing?Restitution fines and orders neverexpire.Even if the offender cannot pay at thetime of sentencing victims may collectat a later date.8

Tattoo RemovalTattoo Removal OptionsWhen your tattoo gets in the way of employment option it may be time to consider removal. Tattoos turn off some employers. If your begging to regret your tattoos for onereason or another please don't resort to drastic measures to remove them.Laser tattoo removal is considered the safest, quickest and most likely to leave your skinintact following treatment. Other treatment options are surgical excision, chemical peeland traditional dermabrasion. These various treatments options are invasive treatmentmethods and often result in scarring.Aesthetic Skin Laser—Dr. Herrick, General Practice, Physician Assist. Jennifer Konir415 Orange Street, Redlands, CA 92374,15366 11th St., Suite K Victorville, CACost 50 for the consultation. Website: 65Agape Light—Dr. Popkow MD Family Practice Consultation is free. Low cost tattoo removal.12027 Venice Blvd., Ste. B, Los Angeles, CA 90066310-915-8060Clean Slate Tattoo Removal (Second Saturday each month clinic/sliding scale)http://www.Cleanslatela.org12401 East Slawson Ave, Whittier, CA 90606Also managed by Dr. Popkow of Agape Light562-945-9111Senza Medical Group- Dr. Leonardo Rasi(909) 810-2800 or (909) 793-3563, 226 Nordina St., Redlands, CA 92373Free Consultation—Website: tattoo-removal/TatBeGone Medical Group, Inc. Dr. Douglas Mest MD2200 Harbor Blvd., Ste. B-240949-642-6975Costa Mesa, CA 92627 Website: www.tat2begone.com/Consultation is free. Low cost 75/25 square inches for verifiable probation/parole patientsDr. Tattoff—Dr. Will Kirby, (2 locations)9197 Central Ave, Ste H,, Montclair, CA 91763 and909-267-72001441 W MacArthur Blvd, Ste A., Santa Ana, CA 92704949-581-5334Tattoo removal costs are based on the size of the tattoo and the number of treatments, with a 98 pervisit minimum. Consultations are free. Website: http://drtattoff.com/Erase-a-tat—Dr. Jiensup Kim, (3-locations)1207 E. Florida, Hemet CA 92324,900 E. Washington, St., Ste., Colton, CA 92313,160 E Artesia Ste. 360, Pomona, CA 92176.Prices beginning at 50/square inch, and reduce with additional treatments855-ERASE-A-TAT951-751-5455800-339-6993 is a referral info line, which includes tattoo removal programs in LA County.9

Department of Motor VehiclesDepartment of Motor VehiclesDrivers License and IdentificationCard Application can be obtainedat your local DMV office. To applyfor an original driver’s license youwill need the following: Where is my local DMV? I needto visit in person not online.San Bernardino1310 N. Waterman Ave. CA 92335Fontana8026 Hemlock Ave. CA 92336Norco3201 Horseless Carriage Dr. 92860Rancho Cucamonga8678 Archibald Ave. CA 91730Redlands1659 W. Lugonia Ave. CA 92374Riverside6280 Brockton Ave. CA 92506Victorville14855 Corta Dr. CA 92395Complete an original application formGive a your thumb printHave your picture takenProvide your social security numberVerify your date of birth and true full namePay the application feePass a visi