Inland Behavioral & Health Services, Inc.
Inland Behavioral and Health Services, Inc. (IBHS) is a non-profit, federally certified, state licensed, community-based agency serving the Inland Empire since 1976. In 2002, IBHS became a federally-funded community health center serving medically underserved and uninsured patients in the City of San Bernardino, and as of 2012 expanded into the City of Banning in Riverside County. IBHS has four sites that support IBHS’s mission: “We are dedicated to helping the community achieve and maintain general good health, education, and welfare through commitment in providing excellent service in the areas of physical health care, substance abuse treatment, mental improvement, homeless services, and prevention education.”
In 2018, IBHS provided over 8,120 patients with approximately 20,956 medical visits, 2,866 mental health visits and 7,033 oral health care visits. Many more rely on IBHS to fulfill their mental health care and substance abuse treatment needs.
|2020||$27,500||General operating support to provide relief during COVID-19.|
|2019||$225,000||Acquire a property located at 754-756 E. Highland Ave., San Bernardino, CA, 92404 for the purpose of establishing an opioid treatment center or similar healthcare facility to be operated by IBHS. The State of California Department of Public Health designated the Caring Pain Management Center established by IBHS at the location as an "Approved Intermittent Clinic." The pain management center opened for business on April 8, 2020.|
|2019||$30,000||Recruit medical providers to serve patients in their health centers; Equipment and supplies needed to provide healthcare to women|
|2018||$25,000||Purchase equipment for breast ultra-sounds and sterilization of equipment. Outreach and education for women’s preventive and prenatal care.|
|2017||$20,000||Ultrasound machine for prenatal patients|
|2016||$17,500||General operating expenses|