RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA., August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Housing Authority of San Bernardino County (HACSB), an on-site partner of the Inland Empire Health Plan’s (IEHP) Victorville Community Resource Center, conducts housing support workshops for county residents.
These free workshops will provide residents with a wide range of information on housing assistance resources, including how to register for housing assistance and learn more about the county’s housing voucher program.
Each workshop is open to the public and will take place at the Victorville Community Resource Center located at 12353 Mariposa Road, offices C-2 and C-3.
Workshops are scheduled from 9am-10am the following Wednesdays:
- August 3
- August 17
- September 7
- September 21
“By offering housing resource workshops at the Victorville Community Center, clients can learn more about affordable housing services offered by HACSB and access support services from other community partners all in one place,” said said HACSB’s director of policy and public relations, Nicole Beydler. “We hope this partnership will help connect affordable housing and related services, and that clients can leverage these services to achieve their goals.”
HACSB is focused on providing housing assistance through resources authorized and funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Through this work, HACSB is one of the nation’s most progressive housing authorities and the largest provider of affordable housing in San Bernardino County.
Currently, HACSB assists approximately 26,000 people, most of whom are elderly, disabled, veterans and children.
“We are proud to partner with IEHP to bring these housing resource workshops to the community. Safe and stable housing is fundamental, but it takes more than housing to achieve an enriched quality of life,” Beydler added.
Through the collaboration of IEHP and HACSB, the health plan’s Victorville Community Resource Center was also designated as a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) EnVision Center last year. This highlights the center’s ability and commitment to empowering households with the resources and support needed to become self-sufficient. Resources relate to economic empowerment, academic advancement, health and wellness, and character leadership.
“Knowledge and information is power,” said the director of the Victorville IEHP Community Resource Center. Delia Orosco. “Together with HACSB and our other hub partners, we can empower our communities with the information they need to truly inspire positive change in their own lives.”
In addition to HACSB, the IEHP Victorville The center currently hosts five partners on site to support residents of the community. Partners include Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy, TODEC Legal Center, Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County and the goodwill of Southern California.
For more information on IEHP’s Community Resource Centers, visit iehp.org.
With a mission to heal and inspire the human spirit, Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) is one of the top 10 Medicaid health plans and the nation’s largest nonprofit Medicare-Medicaid plan. In his 26e year, the IEHP accompanies more than 1.5 million inhabitants in Riverside and Saint Bernardine counties enrolled in Medicaid or Cal MediConnect plans and has a growing network of more than 7,800 providers and nearly 3,000 team members. Through vibrant partnerships with providers and community organizations, coupled with award-winning service and a tradition of quality care, IEHP is fully committed to its vision: We will continue to see our communities receive optimal care. and vibrant health. For more information, visit iehp.org.
SOURCE Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)