COMMUNITY NOW:

CULTIVATING RESILIENCE FOR MENTAL Well-Being

WHO WE ARE

Founded in 2010 as a grassroots organization promoting campus safety,

Community Now has become an important partner with Riverside County School Districts in promoting mental wellness among 3rd - 8th graders.

Community Now is one of the few mental well-being promotion programs in the Inland Empire that focuses specifically on elementary and middle school students. The mission of Community Now is to use evidence-based principles to teach all people life skills that they need to become socially and emotionally strong. Preparing them to cope with the stressors of school, work, family and the community. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, 

We help answer these important questions that children ask:

  • How do I learn when I’m so lonely?
  • How can I focus on school when I have so many problems at home?
  • How can I stop bullying when I see you bully people every day?
  • How can I change if no one is there to show me how?
  • Why should I trust that my teachers care about me when they only care about my grades?
  • How am I supposed to think about the future when I feel so hopeless?

What we do

01.

— Our Mission

The mission of Community Now is to create an environment that promotes mental well-being in children, in schools and in the community and to advocate on behalf of programs that foster mental and physical wellness in a supportive environment. 

02.

— Our Vision

We are guided by a vision of a world that fosters kindness, promotes physical and mental well-being and encourages each person to be the best he/she can be.

The Get Plugged In Program helped me…..

Make a difference in people’s lives

It showed me ways to make a difference in society

It helped me come out of myself

To be safe and stop bullying

To stand up against bullying

It got me better grades

To be a better person

To be an awesome leader

It helped me by making me a part of a group and teaching me how to work with people

By leading us on the right path

Thank you for being very kind, I love the student leadership team. You are the best!

It helped me to be nice

It helped me do good things

It helps me by making the school site a better place

Think that we should stop bullying and being mean to each other

To be more positive and not be scared

It has helped my problem solving

Let Us Congratulate

Shor Denny

On her induction into Grand Canyon University’s 2020 Alumni Hall of Fame.

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