Riverside County pioneers one-stop solution for residents in need

William Kipp visits the Temecula Quad. Valley News/Courtesy photo
RIVERSIDE COUNTY - From medical care and housing assistance to food insecurity and job support, finding the right help can be challenging and fragmented. The County of Riverside, however, is now creating a coordinated approach to caring for its residents by making multiple safety-net services available at single locations. The County’s innovative approach, known as Integrated Service Delivery, or ISD, is a lifeline for residents of all ages, providing a seamless experience in navigating programs and resources. “The ISD model illustrates the County’s commitment to creating a more efficient and compassionate support system for residents,” said Third District Supervisor and Board Chair Chuck Washington. William Kipp, a 77-year-old veteran and resident of Murrieta, contacted Riversi
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