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  • November

Free Flu Vaccine

Spread fun, not the flu! Join us on Saturday, November 3 at Arlanza Family Health Center for a FREE flu vaccine. There will be a pumpkin patch, music, snacks and prizes. Please call (951) 213-3450 for more information. View the flyer for more information.

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  • November

8th Annual Hensel Phelps Turkey Giveaway

We will be hosting a Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings giveaway in partnership with Hensel-Phelps, for families in need. Join us as we make a difference in the communities we serve. *Giveaway is limited to quantities on hand* To sign-up between Oct. 1 – Nov. 5 please call, (951) 686-6266. View the flyer here: English | Spanish

RFP Information

The information included below pertains to the 2018 Integrated Health Initiative to Reduce Disparities in Physical and Behavioral Health (IHI) Request for Proposals. Please note that the deadline to submit applications for this RFP has now passed (as of October 1, 2018, 5:00 PM). The application period is closed until the next funding cycle is determined.

To be eligible to apply: (1) the application organization must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; government entity; or Native American Tribal government or organization; and (2) the applicant organization’s project must serve residents of the cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley, and/or directly serve children ages 0 to 17 who reside in Riverside County.

RFP and Attachment Templates:

You may download all documents related to this RFP below:


RFP Addendum_2018-09-18_RCHF-IHI

RFP Addendum_2018-09-26_RCHF-IHI

Scope of Work Template

Partnerships & Collaboratives Template

Project Budget Template_rev 9-26-18

RFP Informational Webinar

Click here to watch the recorded RFP Informational Webinar that was held on August 30, 2018.

Click here for the Questions & Answers from the RFP Informational Webinar.


Frequently Asked Questions

The Center for Disease Control’s How to Write SMART Objectives  document is a helpful resource for developing objectives that are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-phased).

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  • October

31 Faces of Pink Ribbon Place

On Oct. 1, the Pink Ribbon Place will launch a campaign highlighting 31 local women going (or have been) through breast cancer. Explore the personal stories of women who have been affected by cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness month!

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  • October

Pink On Parade

Riverside’s breast cancer awareness walk, Pink on Parade will return to Ryan Bonaminio Park/Mt. Rubidoux on Oct. 20! Enjoy a 5k up Mt. Rubidoux and a 1.8K Family Fun walk around Ryan Bonamino Park.  All proceeds will go towards the programs at the Pink Ribbon Place.  Register for the walk today, visit!