Disability Resources

Welcome to the Disability Resource Center of Murrieta! Our mission is to provide support to individuals who are temporarily and permanently disabled by helping them retain and/or become part of their community to the fullest extent of their physical and mental capabilities. The City of Murrieta believes that all people, regardless of their ability or disability, should have the opportunity to experience the rich rewards of daily living.

Disability Resource Centers

Community ConnectCommunity Connect - Connecting People in Need with Those That Can Help

Community Connect has a wide impact on Riverside County, serving all areas in a variety of capacities including:

  • Counseling
  • Housing
  • Professional and Self-Development
  • Rental Assistance
  • Senior Services
  • Transportation

For more information on programs and services, please contact 951-686-4402.

Immanuel HouseImmanuel House

Immanuel House founded in 2007 and located at March Air Base is a division of the parent company Immanuel Sobriety Inc. (ISI), designed and developed to provide transitional living, housing, services and resources to disadvantaged people in the Riverside County/Inland Empire communities of California. ISI provides outreach services to enhance the complete individual and his/her family, assisting in the process of transition. For more information regarding support programs, please contact 951-653-3000.

The Arc of Riverside County

The Arc of Riverside County is a private, non-profit corporation serving adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These services include:

  • Arc RiversideAdvocacy
  • Day Services
  • Job Placement
  • Life Skills
  • Vocational Training

The Arc has six facilities in Riverside County for those in need of full-time development and functional skills. For information contact 951-688-5141.

Southern California/Tri-Counties Branch of the International Dyslexia Association

The Southern California Tri-Counties is a volunteer organization of parents and professionals whose focus is to support and benefit those dealing with learning differences, including dyslexia such as:

  • The International Dyslexia AssociationAdults
  • Educators
  • Families
  • Individuals
  • Professionals
  • Students

The Southern California Tri-Counties Branch actively promotes effective teaching practices and related educational intervention strategies for any individual with a language-based learning disability. For more information, please contact 951-686-9837.

Loma Linda University PossabilitiesLoma Linda University Health - Diverse PossAbilities

PossAbilities is a free community outreach program developed by Loma Linda University Health. Its goal is to offer disabled individuals who were born with or have suffered a permanent physical injury a sense of community and a healthy social network. For information regarding outreach programs, please contact 909-558-6384.

Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine CenterLoma Linda University Health - Behavioral Medicine Center

Issues are often overwhelming and can lead to psychiatric crisis such as:

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Emotional Pain
  • Unresolved Grief

This outpatient program provides a holistic approach to behavioral health needs, focusing on mind, body, and spirit. For information contact 951-290-6530.

Federal Benefits and Social SecuritySocial Security Administration - Disability Benefits

The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability programs are the largest of several Federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities. While these two programs are different in many ways, both are administered by the Social Security Administration and only individuals who have a disability and meet medical criteria may qualify for benefits under either program. To apply, please contact 800-772-1213.