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For people who want to enjoy the great outdoors, San Bernardino has many activities to choose from. Cyclists have several options in the National Forest. For a small fee, they can choose one of several routes. Fees can be paid at Forest Service offices or other vendors. The Glen Oak route is a 6.2 mile ride which starts and ends at the corner of Cherry Boulevard and Beaumont Avenue. The altitude change on the trip is 2,100 feet. Pro and amateur riders use this challenging path during the Redlands Bicycle Classic. Another possibility is Lytle Creek. The first 4.2 miles are flat before beginning a gradual climb. It takes an hour and fifteen minutes to reach Apple White Campground but only 40 minutes to come back down.1 For a shorter and less strenuous ride, consider the Lake Gregory Route. A beautiful ride off the beaten path, it takes you around the perimeter of the lake.
Marriage and Couples Mental Health in San Bernardino
Many families in San Bernardino County struggle to make ends meet. Almost one in five county residents live in poverty, which represents a sharp increase over the last several years. Children represent the largest segment of poor persons, representing 26 percent of the population. As a result, many families must rely on government programs in order to pay for housing, food, and medical care. However, many families are still vastly underserved when it comes to mental health care services.2
A number of programs in San Bernardino seek to help specialized populations live quality, mentally healthy lives. The Department of Aging and Adult Services, which is a division of the San Bernardino County Government, offers adult protective services to protect the rights or elder residents, as well as in-home supportive services to provide medical care in the comfort of home. Nutrition services are also available, as are support services for caregivers. Additional information is available by calling 909-891-3900.3
Family Services and Assistance Programs
Adoption, foster care, and kinship services are just a few of the family support services provided by the San Bernardino County Department of Children and Family Services. By protecting children, strengthening and preserving family connections, and providing educational support for children and parents alike, the department ensures a happy, healthy, and bright future for the county's families. For more information about the programs offered by the county, call 909-388-0242.4
1. U.S. Forest Service. (2014). Lytle Creek - Cajon Pass Recreation Area
. Retrieved from http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/sbnf/null/recarea/?recid=26527&actid=32
2. San Bernardino County. (2013). Our Community Vital Signs
. Retrieved from http://communityvitalsigns.org/Portals/41/Meetings/2013Stakeholder/CVS_data_report.pdf
3. Department of Aging and Adult Services. (2008). Our Services and Programs
. Retrieved from http://hss.sbcounty.gov/daas/Programs_Services.aspx
4. Department of Children and Family Services. (2014). About Us
. Retrieved from http://hs.sbcounty.gov/cfs/AboutUs/Pages/default.aspx
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