ACR serves individuals and families who live with limb loss and those
who may be having surgery in the near future.
The Amputee Connection of Redlands support group meets every
3rd Sunday of the month at 2:00 pm
at the Redlands Community Hospital in the Weisser Education Pavilion. (Building behind hospital) Follow the green signs in the parking lot.
Family, friends, and caregivers are welcome!
Redlands Community Hospital
Weisser Education Building
350 Terracina Blvd,
Redlands, California 92373
The value of peers in recovery for a person with an amputation is invaluable from the day of amputation to their return home. ACR coordinates efforts to certify peer vistors. For more information please select the Peer Visits tab.
For more information you may call our
Certified Peer Visitors
Luis 213-700-0970 (Fontana, CA) Se Habla Espanol**
Brenda 951-858-6274 (Corona, CA)**
Geoff 909-951-1360 (Redlands/Mentone, CA)**
Clyde 760-674-2473 (Coachella Valley, CA Se Habla Espanol**
Brian 951-675-7905 (Riverside, CA)**
Bill G. 951-259-7863 (Loma Linda, CA)**
Roberto 951-522-2449 (Riverside, CA) Se Habla Espanol
**Available on Skype
You may also leave a message at 909-423-0562 and we will have a Certified Peer Visitor contact you.
Sports and Recreation - Engaging children and adults who live with an amputation is the heart of recovery. ACR participates annually in sporting events such as the DisAbility Sports Festival and the Angel City Games.
Community Service Events - ACR can be found supporting our local Grand Terrace Lions 5K & 10K Fun Run Walk for Freedom, Inland Empire Disability Collabrative Expo, Highgrove Day, and Grand Terrace Day each year. These events not only provide an opportunity for ACR members to connect to their community, but supports our efforts to give back.
Camp No Limits - ACR sponsors amputee children and their families for a weekend at Camp No Limits in Big Bear. Dedicated to children with limb loss and limb deficiency, Camp No Limits provides a unique and empowering experience.
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The Amputee Connection of Redlands' mission is to serve and encourage people with limb loss to enhance their physical and emotional health through peer counseling, educational and recreational programs, and community outreach.
Help support ACR's efforts by donating today. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.
The vision of the Amputee Connection is to empower caregivers, families and friends to optimize the care and well being of people with limb loss in Southern California.
San Antonio, Texas July 25-27, 2019. Over a thousand people from the limb loss and limb difference community will gather at the Marriott Rivercenter located on the famous Riverwalk for the 2019 National Conference.
In 2015, ACR launched a program of outreach in an effort to reach those with amputations who cannot attend monthly meetings. Through Skype we are able to bring professionals and others with amputations into their homes. This is an interactive format that allows for the Skype user to interact with the attendees and speakers.
Monthly Meetings of ACR are designed to connect people with amputations and limb deficiency and share vital information relevant to their surgery, recovery and community resources.
We are also very active in sporting events, fund raising, and amputee networking within Southern California and on a Nationwide basis. We also are helping to get other support groups started such as the new group in the Coachella Valley and a Parents of Children with Limb Loss support group in Loma Linda. Please join us and help make a positive impact other new amputees lives. Speakers are available for presentations to your groups or organizations. Contact Luis at 213-700-0970 or leave a message for ACR at 909-423-0562.
Amputee Coalition Annual Conference
ACR provides opportunities for interested adults with amputations to attend the annual Amputee Coalition conference. This highly educational conference provides state of the art equipment and information relevant to the lives of people living with amputations.