UPDATE MAY 2014 : Close to 700 hits on this post since we first put it up - that means there is NEED!
UPDATE NOVEMBER 2013 the cold weather shelter ended - but by giving some residents tents and sleeping bags - THAT IS CAMPING THAT IS NOT HOUSING
PROJECT TOUCH ON LINE
PROJECT T O U C H SEEKING SHELTER FOR RIVERSIDE HOMELESS article by Ashley Ludwig of Southwest Riverside News network.
"Project T.O.U.C.H. (Together Our Unity Conquers Homelessness) was founded at a time when all was well with the economy after Anne Unmacht had an epiphany.
“In 2003, I was still selling real estate when I was pulled by the needs of the homeless,” Unmacht said.
“There is a national initiative to end homelessness and we hope to soon have a permanent home for Temecula’s homeless shelter,” Unmacht said. “Homelessness is not neat and tidy, but full of complex and complicated issues. We work closely with the local law enforcement and don’t enable our clients who commit crimes.”
OK HERE'S THE LINK and reading it over, you are going to have to check in with the police before you're taken in to their program. Questions is, is this list of shelters on their site run by them or not? PROJECT TOUCH MAIN PAGE
Path of Life Family Shelter
2530 3rd Street
951-275-8755 (open from 4pm to 8am)
Path of Life- Year round Emergency Homeless Shelter
2840 Hulen Place
951-683-4101 (open from 5:30pm to 8am)
United Community Outreach-Lakeland Ranch
One year program for men run by Pastor Jim Trimmer
951-232-1651 (Call 24 hours a day)
Circle of Hope
A shelter for women and children
951-278-2215 (open 4:30pm until full)
1 year program for men
951-657-3041 (8:30am to 5:00pm M-F)
The Restart Center
Shelter for Men, Women and families - 90 day maximum stay
200 E. Menlo
951-766-7476 (Shelter intake 10am to 2pm M-F
PLEASE GO TO OUR SIDEBAR PAGES AND READ "QUESTIONS TO ASK A SHELTER"