The Healthy RC Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program reflects a national movement to create opportunities for students, including those with disabilities, to safely and conveniently walk, bike, and roll to school. The SRTS program brings together parents, community members, students, teachers, school officials, City staff, and public safety officers to identify and address potential safety issues and strategize ways to encourage students to become more physically active.
No estás solo. You are not alone.
The City of RC's Mental Health Subcommittee is hosting ongoing grief groups facilitated by Wholistic Health Collaborative for Spanish speaking community members. Join us for weekly conversations starting every Saturday October 1st . Groups will cover resources for those coping with grief and find a community of support. Every Saturday from 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. To register call: 909-293-9124
Connect and learn alongside a community of veterans in the region. Build a community and join in on conversations related to wellness, perseverance, and resilience. We will be covering student-veterans resources that will aid you when navigating various academic and social challenges. We will be diving into various topics such as transitioning into civilian life, Healthy Mind and Body, Military/VA Benefits, Owning Your Own Narrative, and healing intergenerational trauma.
8/24 | MANAGING MILITARY TRANSITIONS
9/14 | OWNING YOUR OWN NARRATIVE
What does reopening look like for Rancho Cucamonga?
The City of Rancho Cucamonga is continuing to evaluate program and service offerings as well as hours of operation. As we work to reintroduce quality programming, events, and services, please know that the safety of our participants, employees, and volunteers is of the utmost importance.