Riverside County Department of Public Social Services: Moreno Valley (Food Stamps, General Relief and Medi-Cal) information provided by: Riverside County Office on Aging

The Assistance Programs consist of Food Stamps, General Relief, and Medi-Cal. Food Stamps provide aid in the form of coupons for limited grocery items. The Food Stamp Program is designed to promote the general welfare and to safeguard the health and well-being of the nation's population by raising the levels of nutrition among low-income households. Eligibility for this program is income-based. General Relief (GR) is a small, County-funded, vouchers-only program and is generally a source for needy individuals who may not qualify under the primary aid programs. The County provides for limited funding directly to the housing provider. The program also provides for a modest food supplement. Medi-Cal is health insurance for California residents with limited income and resources. Medi-Cal is health care insurance for children, pregnant women, families, the elderly, blind and disabled. Medi-Cal can pay for the expenses of pre-natal care, dental care, physical therapy, pharmacy services, vision care, nursing home care, emergency medical transportation and other medical expenses.

M-Th 7:30am - 5:30pm / F 7:30am - 5:00pm

Record last updated: Aug 31 2017 9:50AM
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  • Physical Address:
    12625 Heacock Street
    Moreno Valley, CA 92553
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  • Physical Address:
    12625 Heacock Street
    Moreno Valley, CA 92553
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    (951) 413-5200

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Poor service
2/13/2017 2:24:35 PM

They did not provide us for American sign language for us as deaf senior citizens. We came there twice for nothing as we sat for 3 hours. Had an appointment with an interpreter but they did not know what to do with us. The previous building on Cottonwood Lane the former staff always make sure that we would get an interpreter in advance for an appointment visit with social workers.

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