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Antelope Valley Resource Infusion

Raising a family is a rewarding journey that is filled with ups and downs of everyday life. Sometimes, however, you might need a little help. That’s where Antelope Valley Resource Infusion comes in. Antelope Valley Resource Infusion (AVRI) is a collaboration of community-based and county organizations, as well as community lead voices with a shared vision to improve the safety and wellbeing of children, families and residents throughout the AV.

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About

We’re a group of community family resource centers working together to connect individuals, couples, caregivers and children to programs and services that can support all aspects of your family’s wellbeing.

Here are a few ways we help Antelope Valley residents of all ages:

Mental Health
Dental
Shelter for the homeless
Medi-Cal enrollment
Utilities
Emergency food
Parenting classes
Immigration support
Other resources/ services

To get started, complete a sign-up form via phone, web, or email. You’ll be directed to support in or near your city.

Connect on Facebook
Join AVRI’s Facebook Group where information and activities are shared. You can also chat and connect with others in your community. Visit: facebook.com/childrensbureau/groups, choose AVRI and click the Join Group button on the upper right of the page.

Call us
877-830-AVRI

Meet Our Team

Keyth Stone, MA, MBA
Director

Why I do this work: “I believe that we are all part of the human family, no matter our ethnicity, nationality, country of origin, religious beliefs, political stance, or sexual identity.  We’re all imperfect people, living within flawed systems worldwide, and at times we all need to be heard, supported, assisted with resources and access to healing services.”

Fun Fact about Keyth: He enjoys all forms of art expression including drawings, paintings, wood/metal/ceramic/glass sculptures, poetry, comedy, dance, and all genres of music.

Kimberly Evans, MS
Case Manager

Why I do this work: “I believe in strengthening the family and protecting the children.  I believe the best way to accomplish this is to interact, support, and advocate for the community through diversity, equity, and inclusion.”

Fun fact about Kimberly: She absolutely loves Anthropology and would like to go an archaeological excavation.

Denise Gomez, BS
Community Resource Specialist/Navigator

Why I do this work: “I am passionate about helping the community and assisting them with challenges they may be facing and helping everyone to reach their goals”.

Fun fact about Denise: She loves turtles!

Blanca Figueroa
Community Resource Specialist/Navigator

Why I do this work: “I chose to do this work to connect with members of my community, provide support to those in need and make a positive impact on the lives of those I help.”

Fun fact about Blanca: She love visiting museums any chance she gets.

Sign Up

Please fill out this inquiry form and one of our staff members will contact you shortly.

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