In November 2017, the Temecula City Council approved an agreement with City Net for a one-year pilot program to lead collaborative efforts with city departments and local nonprofit organizations in attempts to reduce homelessness in the city by 33 percent.

3 Key Ways to Get Involved

Get Informed The City of Temecula is dedicated to developing support systems for those experiencing homelessness. They have great regional collaboratives like the Responsible Compassion Program, 4 dedicated Homeless Liaison law enforcement officers, and committed members of the faith-community supporting.

Our mission is to support Temecula by reaching out to unsheltered homeless neighbors, connect them with emergency shelter, housing, or critical services and provide urgent, non-facility-based care. To learn more, click the links below:

Social Services Resource Guide
Riverside Point-In-Time Count 2017 Data
Homeless Outreach Valley News

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Support Locally Contributing your time, talents, or treasures to a local organization can create amazing opportunities for community impact. Choose one that designates with you the most and becomes the best volunteer, donor, or prayer warrior the local organization has ever seen! Here are a few options/needs, click the icons below:

 

                   

Donate An extension of our commitment to Temecula is our Hope Fund, which is an approach used to connect those unsheltered with opportunities that respond to financial support. Funds raised will be used to respond to the following: help clients become housing-eligible by obtaining necessary documentation, medical care, etc. (“transition support”), support them at a bridge housing program, and connect them to family-provided permanent housing options when available (“diversion”).