211 San Bernardino County is your one-stop connection to thousands of community services through a toll-free 3-digit phone number, an online database and directory, and a 24-hour call center staffed by highly trained specialists. Dialing 2-1-1 is a confidential call with live, bilingual staff to assist callers 24 hours a day. If you are outside the area or dialing 2-1-1 doesn’t work at your place of business, you can always use 888-435-7565 instead
Here at Five Keys, our goal is to restore communities through education. Our philosophy is that through social and restorative justice principles, we can provide traditionally under served communities the opportunity to restart their education, focusing on five key areas: Education, Employment, Recovery, Family, and Community.
Empowering Students to Achieve Their Personal Best
Barstow Community College (BCC) is an open-access, comprehensive two-year institution serving a diverse student population in the Mojave region of San Bernardino County, California. The College’s campus is located in the City of Barstow, California, situated in California’s high desert, between Los Angeles, California and Las Vegas, Nevada.
Established in 1959, the Barstow Community College District (BCCD) encompasses a vast service area, stretching from the Nevada border on the East to Kern County on the West, and from Inyo County in the North to the San Bernardino Mountain range in the South. BCCD serves the communities of Barstow, Lenwood, Newberry Springs, Daggett, Yermo, Hinkley, Ludlow and Baker. The institution also maintains a satellite learning center at the U.S. Army National Training Center in Ft. Irwin, California, which serves military personnel and their families
Chaffey College is in San Bernardino County and serves students in Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, Chino Hills, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario and Upland as well as Mt. Baldy and Guasti areas. Chaffey College has campuses in Rancho Cucamonga, Chino and Fontana and serves four school districts: Chaffey Joint Union High School District, the Chino Unified School District, the Fontana Unified School District and the Upland Unified School District.
Collaborations and Innovations for Educational Enrichment
College of the Desert provides excellent educational programs in basic skills, career and technical education, certificate, transfer preparation, associate degrees, noncredit and distance education, which are continuously evaluated and improved. Our programs and services contribute to the success, learning and achievement of our diverse students and the vitality of the Desert Community College District, surrounding areas and beyond.
Deep Learning, Personal Growth, and a Supportive Community
With its dedicated professors, ample extracurricular opportunities, supportive staff, and beautiful surroundings, Crafton Hills College is a place where students thrive. Since its opening in 1972, more than 100,000 people of different ages, interests, and backgrounds have attended CHC, drawn to the outstanding educational opportunities available to students interested in earning two-year associate degrees, transferring to four-year colleges and universities to obtain bachelor's degrees, career and technical education programs, and general education to increase job effectiveness or learn new skills.
Riverside City College is the most dynamic and diverse college in the Inland Empire. From its opening in 1916 on the site of the former Poly High School, Riverside City College has grown to be one of California's leading community colleges and is a landmark in downtown Riverside.
Serving more than 19,000 students each semester, Riverside City College provides students with a wide range of choices including associate's degree programs, transfer to a four-year college or university, or career certificates that prepare them to enter the workforce. Riverside City College is home to strong programs in liberal arts, science, performing arts, the School of Nursing and athletics.
Improving the Quality of Life in the Inland Empire
San Bernardino Valley College maintains a culture of continuous improvement and a commitment to provide high-quality education, innovative instruction, and services to a diverse community of learners. Its mission is to prepare students for transfer to four-year universities, to enter the workforce by earning applied degrees and certificates, to foster economic growth and global competitiveness through workforce development, and to improve the quality of life in the Inland Empire and beyond.
Victor Valley Community College uplifts the diverse communities we teach and serve by promoting educational excellence, enhancing local prosperity, and ensuring environmental leadership.
The mission of Victor Valley Community College is to:
Cultivate intellectual growth, social responsibility, environmental stewardship, cultural enrichment, and economic development.
Create exceptional and accessible lifelong learning opportunities that afford students within our expanding communities the attainment of knowledge and skills necessary for success in the global economy.
Embrace difference in our communities by integrating their wealth of multicultural knowledge and wisdom into a cohesive and resourceful learning environment for all.
Inspire innovative teaching and service with imaginative uses of collaboration and technology, fostering vibrant programs that are measurably effective in addressing student learning and community needs.
Empower each student to learn by modeling academic integrity, democratic citizenship, and meaningful contribution to society.
CAPSBC is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit serving San Bernardino County since 1965. CAPSBC works with our low-income communities by supporting, advocating for and empowering low-income residents to achieve self-reliance and economic stability.
Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.
The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (CBSS) offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in the behavioral sciences. At the undergraduate level, degrees are offered in anthropology, behavioral sciences, Christian behavioral sciences, psychology and sociology. At the graduate level, the CBSS offers a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology, a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology, a Master of Arts in Counseling Ministry, a Master of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and a Master of Social Work.
The CBSS is one of the oldest and largest schools within CBU. In addition to its rich historical foundations and current strength in student enrollment, the CBSS is well known for its variety of program offerings, research and scholarship, practicum and training sites and service to the community. The Center for the Study of Human Behavior, the only facility of this kind at CBU, serves as an integral student and faculty research and training center
Psychology is one of the largest departments at CSUSB, with 34 full-time and 20 part-time faculty, 140 graduate students, and 2700 undergraduates. The department offers two undergraduate majors – Psychology and Human Development – with two formal concentrations within Psychology – Biological Psychology and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. In addition, the department houses four master's programs: Child Development, Clinical/Counseling, Psychological Science, and Industrial/Organizational. In its annual list of America's Best Colleges, USNEWS and World Report recognizes psychology as one of CSUSB's highly respected academic departments