HIV Care and wrap-around services are provided at three RUHS - Public Health clinic locations. Care includes client-focused, individualized treatment plans. Wrap-around services include Nutrition therapy and support from a Social Services Professional. To make an appointment call (951) 358-6037

Partner Services 

Assistance and/or Confidential Partner notifications 

Free Testing of Partners 

Assistance linking newly diagnosed HIV infected individuals with care 

Assistance to medical providers in locating newly diagnosed HIV infected individuals 

Confidential Line: (951)-637-6979 

Medical Marijuana Identification Card (MMIC) | For more information Click here 

How to apply 

Applicants and caregivers must apply in person.

Please provide the following information at the time application submission: 

  • Completed Medical Marijuana Program Application. 
  • Government-issued photo-identification card as proof of identity. 
  • Proof of Residency such as California ID, current and valid California motor vehicle registration, current rent or mortgage receipt, or utility bill. 
  • Medical documentation, such as DHS Form No. 9044, WRITTEN 
  • DOCUMENTATION OF PATIENT'S MEDICAL RECORDS, or an original script completed by a qualified attending physician. 

Early Intervention Program (EIP) 

  • Nursing Intake 
  • Psychosocial Assessment 
  • Health Education 
  • Nutritional Assessment 
  • MD Intake 
  • EIP staff provides a support network to address emotional and clinical needs 

Clinic information 

Riverside Neighborhood Health Clinic
7140 Indiana Avenue Riverside, CA 92504 
Phone number: (951) 358-6037 
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5pm 

Perris Family Care Center 
308 East San Jacinto Avenue Perris, CA 92570 
Phone number: (951) 940-6700
Hours: Tuesday’s 7:30am-3pm 

Indio Family Health Center
47-923 Oasis Street Indio, CA 92201
Phone number: (760) 863-8283
Hours: Once a month 8am-1pm 
Appointments: (800) 720-9553 

Community Health Outreach Workers (CHOWs) 

  • Conduct community outreach events 
  • Link community members to adequate resources 
  • Provide free HIV testing and counseling 
  • Provide health education and STD/HIV prevention methods 

Mental Health 

  • Provide education, prevention and testing for substance abusers 
  • Provide education and prevention for youth at risk 
  • Surveillance 
  • Report to the State Office of AIDS 
  • Gather HIV/AIDS statistics 
  • Ensure all providers are kept current of HIV regulations and reporting to SOA 


We are closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. In keeping with the guidelines and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we have suspended our current schedule for free HIV testing.

In order to help ensure the safety and well-being of patients we serve, we ask that anyone interested in free HIV testing please call 1-800-243-7275, for further information and assistance or order a FREE HIV IN-HOME Test kit by visiting takemehome

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