Last Clinic in 2020: November 4th, 2020 (Auto-Refill ONLY) 

      In efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Riverside Free Clinic will be suspending a lot of services (including dental services) until further notice. Our last clinic for this year is currently scheduled to be on November 4th and we will only be providing auto-refill medication to returning patients. Please check back periodically, as we continue to update information. Thank you for your understanding, as we work to return to normal function as soon as possible. If you will be coming to the November 4th clinic to pick up a prescription, please fill out the form below for quicker service.

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 Counseling services will continue via web/phone for our existing clients. At this time we have more service requests than anticipated, so NEW clients will be put on a waiting list.  The link below has information and instructions so we can contact you:

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If you require immediate medical attention, please seek help at the Riverside University Health System located at 26520 Cactus Ave, Moreno Valley, CA 92555 or call (951) 486-4000.

For more information and resources please visit our Covid-19 page.  

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The Diabetes Management Committee is dedicated to serving individuals with Diabetes and empowering these patients to live healthy lives through comprehensive care. This care consists of distributing equipment and supplies essential to monitoring progress, providing additional education on how to make better diet and lifestyle choices.

With Riverside County being an underserved county in the Inland Empire, Diabetes is prominent in our community, therefore making our committee a substantial part of our frequent clinics. With unique care to every one of our patients, the Diabetes Management Committee is always proud to serve and support in order to provide the best possible health care experience.

 

 

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