ICRC COVID-19 Response

Inland Caregiver Resource Center would like our community of family caregivers and older adults to know how much we value you and that we are with you through these challenging times. The agency is abiding by Governor Newsom’s Executive Order as well as following CDC recommendations very closely. Staff is committed to continue providing as much support as we can within these new limitations. For the time being, educational works shops, support groups, and conferences will be postponed. We are working on making these services available via phone or the internet and will keep you posted. Don’t hesitate to call us if you have questions about other services available as our office continues to be open.  For updated information on COVID-19, we encourage you to visit the following links:

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We are here to help…

Since 1985, Inland Caregiver Resource Center (ICRC) has been helping families, friends, and the community cope with and manage the challenges of caregiving. The agency does this through a variety of services at no cost. To be eligible for services, a client must be caring for a loved one with a brain impairment that occurred after the age of 18 (ex. Alzheimer's, stroke, Parkinson's, traumatic brain injury, etc.) or be caring for a loved one 60 years of age and older in need of assistance with at least 2 activities of daily living. The agency also offers some supportive services to older adults 60 years of age and older living alone. Click here for a full description of all of ICRC’s services.

Anywhere you live, there is help…

ICRC is a non-profit organization and part of the statewide system of Caregiver Resource Centers in the State of California. Anywhere you live in California there is help. ICRC provides services to the Counties of Riverside, San Bernardino, Inyo, and Mono. If you live in a county other than the ones mentioned, please click here to find the Caregiver Resource Center nearest you.


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