Is a ONE-STOP MULTI-SERVICE CAMPUS centralized service environment to provide short-term emergency shelter along with a range of supportive services critical to assisting homeless individuals and families in addressing their issues and achieving housing stability. Since the adoption of the Homeless Action Plan, the City has pursued a long-term strategy to assemble properties at Hulen Place in a "campus-style" setting where a wide-range of service needs can be addressed in a coordinated delivery system that includes outreach, crisis intervention, interim housing, and "rapid rehousing" accompanied by supportive case management.
The Path of Life Community Emergency, operated by Path of Life Ministries in partnership with the City, provides year round shelter connected with case management services for homeless men and women. This shelter is a 30-60 day program that serves adults by providing temporary housing along with assistance in obtaining important documents, job readiness, computer workshops, counseling, meals, hygiene supplies and bible studies. This program holds 129 beds for qualified single men and women with separate dormitories for each gender.
This 60-90 day program is offered to single parents with children, couples with children and single women. It offers a safe haven to help families move toward self-reliance, where case management focuses on rapid re-housing, employment and increased income. It is a dormitory setting with 50 beds. Proof of custody, social security numbers for all members and identifications for adults are required for entry.
The Path of Life Community Emergency Shelter provides an additional 72 beds from December to mid-April. These beds are provided on a night-by-night basis under the federal cold weather shelter initiative in cooperation with the County of Riverside. For more information, please call the Community Emergency Shelter at (951) 683-4101.
The Place is operated by Jefferson Transitional Programs in partnership with the County of Riverside Department of Mental Health and is a safehaven drop-in and permanent housing program that seeks to engage the most visible, yet hardest to reach, chronically homeless person who carries a primary diagnosis of a serious mental health disorder. The Place supports the Riverside County Department of Mental Health Western Region (of Riverside, Corona, Norco, Moreno Valley and surrounding unincorporated areas).