RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A designated space, even as simple as a bench, offers a place to share, connect, converse, pause, or rest. Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) recognizes the need for these designated spaces in community centers and has donated a total of 28 campus benches between Riverside’s Teen Challenge Center and San Bernardino’s Inland Empire Job Corps.
After previously partnering with the Teen Challenge Center and Inland Empire Job Corps at community events, IEHP’s Facilities Team wanted to support the organization’s commitment to the Inland Empire by providing benches for their campuses.
“We are a nonprofit organization that helps men deal with Controlling substance abuse,” said Steve Peak, Teen Challenge Center Maintenance Supervisor. “These benches will be placed throughout the property to give the men a place to sit, so that they can read their Bible, do their homework, or sit in