Man Found Deceased at Orchard Park in Eastvale

Man Found Deceased at Orchard Park in Eastvale

EASTVALE – An adult male was found deceased at an Eastvale Park on Sunday morning authorities said.  At around 9:00 a.m. deputies from the Eastvale Station responded to a report of a deceased man at Orchard Park located in the 5900 block of Festival Way in the City of Eastvale.

The man was located in the restroom are of the park and his death according to authorities appeared to be a result of suicide. The Coroner responded to the scene to collect the body, The incident remains under investigation. The identity of the man is not being released at this time.

Anyone with information regarding this incident can contact Deputy Loza at the Jurupa Valley Station at (951) 955-2600, or the Coroner’s Bureau at (951) 443-2300.

For those contemplating suicide or who just need to talk, there is 24-hour support available to provide not only support, but other assistance, and referrals. The Suicide Prevention Hotline is available to call for anyone in crisis. The number is 1-800-273-8255.


For those in Riverside County:

HELPLine  (951) 686-4357

Call 2-1-1 for info and referrals for health and social services in Riverside County.

CARES Line Call: (800) 706-7500 info and referrals for Medi-Cal beneficiaries seeking Mental Health Services.

24/7 Mental Health Urgent Care                Riverside: (951) 509-2499                  Palm Springs: (442) 268-7000

Substance Use CARES Line number Call:(800) 499-3008

Peer Navigation Line Call: 888-768-4968


For those in San Bernardino County, the San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health has the Crisis Walk-In Clinics available to provide urgent mental health services. These services include crisis intervention, crisis risk assessments, medications, referrals to county, contract, and community resources, education and when necessary 5150/5585 evaluations.

“Individuals who enter a CWIC are screened for appropriateness of service and will either be provided referrals or admitted into CWIC for additional assessment,” said DBH Public Information Officer Aimara Freeman. “Individuals who enter a CWIC are screened for appropriateness of service and will either be provided referrals or admitted into CWIC for additional assessment. If an adult individual meets the criteria to see a psychiatrist, appointments are arranged same day.”

DBH also offers a variety of behavioral health related supportive services and prevention services through our contract service providers throughout the county. A complete of list providers can be viewed on the San Bernardino County DBH website:  

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