Gardens Of Hope unveils a lush paradise of healing for the disabled and mental health community in Riverside County

RIVERSIDE COUNTY – Taking a significant step toward enhancing the well-being of individuals with disabilities and mental health challenges in Riverside County, the Gardens of Hope announced the grand opening of their therapeutic gardening workshops for disabled and mental health patients.The Gardens of Hope is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that utilizes a 2.5 acre botanical garden, located at 26521 Hammack Ave., in Perris, to provide gardening workshops that are conducted under the experienced leadership of CEO Joe Grumbine.With over three decades of experience in therapeutic horticulture, Grumbine developed an exceptional array of innovative gardening workshops that include microgreens, herbs, flowers, fruits, vegetables, composting, cloning and more.Disabled and mental
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