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COVID-19/Coronavirus Update

Homeless Resources

Published: 4/20/2020




Homeless Solutions Resourse Guide

 

Homeless/Housing Donations


To donate items to the Office of Homeless Solutions, please contact,  Homeless  Solutions Officer, Hafsa Kaka at hkaka@riversideca.gov at 951-534-8303.

In City Resource


Office of Homeless Solutions: The Office of Homeless Solutions develops public and private partnerships and provides direct outreach services that coordinates services directed towards reducing and preventing homelessness by providing a wide-range of services and resources for homeless persons and increasing permanent supportive housing opportunities for very low income and long-term homeless persons to end their homelessness in the City of Riverside.

City of Riverside Access Center: Walk In Day Center for individuals experiencing homelessness, bathroom, phones, computers, coorindation with food donations, connection to Outreach workers, Case Managers, and Shelter referrals.Homeless  Solutions Officer
Address: 2880 Hulen Place, Riverside
Phone: 951-826-5289
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

City of Riverside Pallet Shelter "Riverside Shelter Village" (RSV): 30 Pallet Shelters, 60 beds, 4 ADA - Operated by CityNet. Referall only through City of Riverside Access Center. Only for Riverside Natives. Couples, Men, Women Shelter bed
Address: 1901 Massachusettes, Riverside
Phone: 951-826-5289
Hours: 24 Hours

City of Riverside COVID Trailers: 15 Trailers for homeless population COVID Isolation, Symptomatic, operated by CityNet, commencing on 4/20
Address: 6951 Flight Road, Riverside
Phone: 951-826-5289
Hours: 24 Hours

Path of Life Shelter: Low Barrier shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness. Next door to the City's Access Center. Men, women, Transgender. Adult youth, Year Round 85 beds, and Wintershelter 55
Address: 2840 Hulen, Riverside
Phone: 951-462-9822 / 951-683-4101
Hours: 24 Hours starting 4/20

Path of Life Shelter Family Shelter at Salvation Army: 49 Beds for Families at the Salvation Army Cafeteria - Interim location
Address: 3695 1st Street, Riverside
Phone: 951-275-8755
Hours: 24 Hours starting 4/20

Countywide Resource


Countywide Project Home Key: Project HomeKey in partnerhsip with the State, is FEMA reimbursable project for non-congregate shelter placements. County is accepting referrals for homeless individuals who meet critiera of 65+, pregnant, medical health issues

Additional County Wide


Riverside Universtiy Health System-Behavioral Health : Screening, assessment, crisis counseling, peer navigation and support, wellness planning. Linkage to ongoing services, and psychiatric medications in a safe, efficient, trauma-informed, and least restrictive setting.
Address: 2085 Rustin Avenue Riverside, Ca 92507
Phone: 800-7067-500
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

Jewish Family Services of the Desert: Serves as a facility for mental health, school counseling, emergency assistance, camp scholarships and special programming for the Jewish community
Address: 490 S. Farrell Drive #C 208 Palm Springs, Ca 92262
Phone: 760-325-4088
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

Department of Social Services: Provides temporary financial assistance and employment services for families and individuals. Provides access to health care coverage to low income individuals.
Address: Varies; 4060 County Circle Drive Riverside, Ca 92503
Phone: 951-358-3000
Hours: 7:30am-5:00pm

Step Up on Second:
Address: Main Office; 11693 San Vicente Blvd
Phone: 800-498-8847
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

Social Work Action Group (SWAG): Homeless Street Outreach; reaching out to individuals and families living on the streets
Address: n/a
Phone: 833-792-4674
Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

Housing Authority: Section 8 program
Address: 5555 Arlington Avenue Riverside, Ca 92504
Phone: 951-351-0700
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

Light House Social Service Center: Homeless services, transitional living, homeless prevention, case management and rapid re-housing. Lighthouse Social Service Center is dedicated to enhancing lives and meeting the diverse needs of individuals, families and communities
Address: 15333 Shelia Street #2 Moreno Valley, Ca 92551
Phone: 951-807-3449
Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

City of Lake Elsinore: To connect individuals affected by homelessness to necessary resources.
Address: 130 S. Main Street Lake Elsinore, Ca 92530
Phone: 951-674-3124
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

Valley Restart Shelter: A shelter and resource center for persons experiencing homlessness located in the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley
Address: 200 E. Menlo Avenue Hemet, Ca 92543
Phone: 951-766-7476
Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm

Coachella Valley Rescue Mission: Serve local people experiencing homelesness, hunger and life challenges through emergency services, and recovery
Address: 47470 Van Buren Street Indio, Ca 92201
Phone: 760-346-3512
Hours: 7:30am-4:30pm

Martha's Village and Kitchen: Serve local people experiencing homelesness, hunger and life challenges through emergency services, and recovery
Address: 83791 Dale Avenue Indio, Ca 92201
Phone: 760-347-4741
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

Operation Safe House: Provides emergency shelter, intervention and outreach services to youth in crisis.
Address: 9685 Hayes Street Riverside, Ca 92503
Phone: 951-351-4418
Hours: 24 hours

Nationl Core: Provides affordable housing
Address: 8989 Mission Boulevard Riverside, Ca 92509
Phone: 951-515-7622
Hours: 24 hours

VNW Circle of Care: Provides assistance to families and individuals in need with food and other everyday necessities
Address: 26090 Ynez Road Temecula, Ca 92590
Phone: 951-973-3582
Hours: Hours vary