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Project T.O.U.C.H. “Together Our Unity Conquers Homelessness” Community Resource Assistance Guide 2021

To the Pastors and Churches of the Valley, We pray this resource book will help all of you to help others who are hurting and in need. May God bless you as you move forward to do the work of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are His hands and His feet and together we are an army for God! With Love and Gratitude, Anne Anne Unmacht President God’s Fan Club “Unity in Christ to help homeless and hurting” DBA: Project Touch Project T.O.U.C.H. Mailing Address: 30141 Antelope Rd. Ste. D-103, Menifee (951) 677-9661 info@projecttouchonline.com www.projecttouchonline.com 2

Table of Contents Page (4) Identifying Needs (5) Project Touch Programs (6-7) County of Riverside / Hot lines (7-8) County of Riverside / General Links (9) Riverside County “One Time” Homeless Assistance (10-12) Emergency and Family Shelters (12-14) Transitional Shelters / Housing (15) Christian Ranch Programs (16-20) Domestic Violence Housing & Resources (20-21) Pregnancy Housing & Assistance (21-23) Children and Teen/Homeless Youth (23-26) Substance Abuse (27) Sober Living (28-29) Celebrate Recovery (30-32) Mental Health / Disabilities (32-33) Free Medi-Cal Clinics (34-35) Rent / Utilities Assistance (35) Employment (36-41) Food, Supplies & Assistance (42-43) Adult Board and Care Facilities (44-48) Additional Resources 3

Identifying Needs It is very important to identify the needs and demographics of the person you are trying to help. Ask as many questions as possible. Important Questions to Ask When was your last meal? Are you single or married? Do you have children? Have you applied for county assistance? Have you been treated by a Doctor for any mental illnesses? Do you struggle from or have you ever struggled with alcohol or substance abuse? Do you have any family that would be willing to help? Can we contact them? Do you have a place to stay tonight? How long can you stay there? Do you have an income? Do you have any felonies? If they have children: Ask “Have you applied for the one-time homeless assistance through the County of Riverside?” (See pages 6 & 7 for program details.) *Please contact Project TOUCH for assistance in screening clients or for a sample of our intake form. Office Number is (951) 677-9961. Website: www.projecttouchonline.com Email: info@projecttouchonline.com 4

Project T.O.U.C.H Current Programs: Shared and Homeless Prevention Housing with 215 beds in two fourplexes, 14 apartments and nine homes to assist families, single mothers, single men and women, averaging 190 to 210 daily including 55 to 60 children. Local Winter Emergency Shelter provides overnight shelter for approximately four months per year to meet the needs of hundreds of clients each winter. Dinner and Breakfast is served 7 days per week while the shelter is open. Police Response Program: Responding 24/7 to calls from the local police departments to assist in homeless situations. Direct Emergency Assistance for motel stays, food, gasoline, clothing, bus tickets and any other emergency needs. Community Food Program utilizes our long standing business relationships and new partnerships to provide a stream of food donations that not only feeds our clients in transitional housing, but also supports other local non-profit partners and churches that assist the community. Resource Referral Center responds to hundreds of calls monthly to provide appropriate resources to assist in any given situation. Project T.O.U.C.H partners with Social Services, Drug and Alcohol Rehab programs, Mental Health Services, Homeless Prevention Programs, and other community outreach programs. 5

County of Riverside Volunteer Center of Riverside County 2-1-1 (800)464-1123 www.vcrivco.org Hotlines 211 can be dialed from any phone. Calling 211 provides a database of over 6000 human service resources. Please utilize this number to obtain services that may not be included in this book or for updated and current programs. 24 hour Detox Referral Line (800) 499-3008 Adult Protective Services (800) 491-7123 California Youth Crisis Line (800) 843-5200 Child Abuse (CPS) (800) 442-4918 / Child Protective Services Child Help (800) 422-4453 Crisis Help Line/Suicide (24hrs.) (951) 686-4357 Department of Public Health (951) 358-5000 Domestic Violence (800) 339-7233 Gamblers Anonymous (800) Gambler Runaway and homeless youth Homeless Intervention Team (HIT) (951) 686-4351 Inland Aids Project (800) 499-2437 Loma Linda VA (909) 206-3755 MJ/Methamphetamine Addiction (800) 499-3008 Million Kids-Human Trafficking (951) 323-0298 Missing Persons (800) 698-7728 (Salvation Army – Homeless Program) NAMI (Nat’l Alliance of Mental Illness) Temecula Clinic – Emergency (951) 600-6355 Treatment Line (951) 358-4700 Narcotics Anonymous (800) 397-2333 National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (202) 745-1211 6

Hotlines Cont’d Operation Safe House youth (951) 351-4418 / 800-561-6944 Runaway and homeless Riverside Area Rape Crisis (951) 686-7273 Riverside City Volunteer Center (800) 464-1123 Referral services Riverside 24 Hr. Crisis Line Domestic Violence (951) 683-0829 or (800) 339-7233 Riverside Homeless Outreach (951) 826-2200 Riverside County Office on Aging (951) 867-3800 (800) 491-7123 Riverside Transit Agency (951) 565-5002 Riverside Co. Veterans Services (951) 955-6050 Riverside City Volunteer Center (Referral Services) (800) 464-1123 Trafficking Hotline (888) 373-7888 Trauma Intervention Program (951) 698-2453 US Vets (800) 481-2101 Veterans Crisis Line (800) 273-8255 / Press 1 Volunteer Center of Riverside (800) 464-1123 / 211 County of Riverside – Links Boys & Girls Club Community Connect Dial A Ride Inform Riverside County www.bgcswc.org www.connectriverside.org e www.informriverside.org (Volunteer Center) Missing Persons www.salvationarmy.usawest.org Housing: Department of Social Services Homeless Programs Housing Authority of the (County of Riverside) Fair Housing Council of Riverside Habitat for Humanity U.S. Vets Whiteside Manor dpss.co.riverside.ca.us/homeless-programs www.harivo.org www.harivo.org www.habitativ.org www.usvetsinc.org/locations/riverside.asp www.whitesidemanor.com Transitional Housing 7

County of Riverside – Links cont’d MFI Recovery Center Rent/Utilities Assistance www.MFIrecovery.com www.harivcd.org, www.capriverside.org Entitlements: Social Service Assistance Social Security www.dpss.co.riverside.ca.us/dpss/assistance.htm www.ssa.gov/homlessness/index.htm Health Care: Inland Aids Project Department of Mental Health Riverside County Medical Center Riverside County Dept. of Public Health Substance Abuse Services Legal Services: Inland Empire Latino (Lawyers Association) Disabilities: Disability Information California Disability Access Disabled American Vets Vets Crises Disabled Amer. Vets: Benefits Assistance Mental Health Mighty Oaks Al-Anon www.inlandaidsproject.org www.mentalhealth.co.riverside.ca.us www.rcrmc.org www.rivcoph.org/Directory.aspx www.rcdmh.org/Substance-Use-Services www.iellaaid.org www.disabilityinfo.gov www.disabilityaccessinfo.ca.gov/default.htm www.veteranschrisisline.net www.veteranschrisisline.net www.dav.org/veterans www.up2riverside.org, ww.samhsa.gov www.lomalindahealth.org www.MightyOaksPrograms.org www.al-anon.alateen.org, Schools: Murrieta Valley Unified www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/page/315 School District-Breakthrough Student Assistance Program 8

Riverside County One Time Homeless Assistance The County of Riverside offers to those who qualify, (they must have dependents and be eligible for cash aid) a Homeless Assistance program which provides a voucher for up to 16 days at a local hotel/motel in their area. The county will also issue a voucher for permanent housing which will cover last month and Security Deposit up to 80% of their cash aid. They must not have anywhere else to go, or any other resources in order to qualify for the voucher*. To apply for assistance please visit the: Department of Social Services (DPSS) Temecula Residents go to: 42364 Business Park Dr. Temecula, CA 92590 (951)600-6500 Lake Elsinore Office 1400 Minthorn Street (off Central from I-15N) Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 (951)245-3100 Serves Zip Codes: (92530, 92531, 92532, 92562, 92563, 92564, 92587, 92595, 92584) Serving: (Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Murrieta, Quail Valley) *General Relief may be available through the county for single adults in need. Refer individuals to their local Social Service office. 9

Emergency Shelters NO charge for emergency shelters. Each shelter has their own policy for length of stay and criteria. Please contact directly for details. Central City Lutheran Mission 1354 North G Street San Bernardino, CA 92405 (909) 381-6921 http://cclm.org/home-2/programs/ Emergency shelter for men over 18 years of age. Shelter residents are required to leave the shelter from 7:30 AM until 7 PM. The emergency shelter runs as a 30-60-90 day program and requires that men make goals and document progress towards obtaining more appropriate housing. Also provides transitional housing supportive housing to homeless individuals living with HIV. Faith based. Works off a waiting list. They do their own pre-screening for COVID-19. Coachella Valley Rescue Mission 47470 Van Buren Street Indio, CA 92201 (760) 347-3512 www.cvrm.org Background check must pass and need proof of negative COVID-19. Foothill Family Shelter 1501 W. Ninth Street, Ste. D Upland, CA 91786 (909) 920-0453 Open Tuesdays and Fridays 9 – 5 PM Provides homeless adults and children for a period of up to 120 days, free housing. Also provides one-year transitional housing as well as permanent long-term housing. I Care Shelter Home (951) 354-2273 Call Mon-Friday 8-10 AM for phone interview 1 to 3 day emergency shelter for single women, families, women and children, men with children. No drugs, alcohol, no parolees, no sex offenders or arsonist. Transitional housing also available. Inland Valley Hope Partners 1753 N. Park Avenue Pomona, CA 91768 (909) 622-3806 www.inlandvalleyhopepartners.org Provides emergency shelter and long-term housing solutions to single women and women with children. Multiple locations. 10

Emergency Shelters cont’d Interfaith Shelter Network (Out of area) interfaithshelter.org 619-702-5399 - 3530 Camino del Rio North Ste. 301 San Diego, CA 92108 Rotational Shelters throughout San Diego County October to April – Men, Woman & Children El Nino Program – 18 months – Domestic Violence Rapid Rehousing – helping those in transition to permanent housing Martha’s Village and Kitchen 83-791 Date Avenue Indio, CA 92201 (760) 347-4741 Marthasvillage.org/programs/food-services/Family Emergency 3 Day Shelter/No requirements for COVID-19. Operation Grace (Women & Women with children) 90 Day Fee 260/mo. With Children 360/mo. Intake Days & Time 8 AM – Noon on Tuesday & Thursdays. Appointment Only- Mrs. Pride. Must call first 909-382-8540 Path of Life Community Shelter (Adult Men & Women) 10 Day Emergency All Year In at 4pm - out by 8:30am Inclement Weather from December 1st to April 15th Open Every Day (Intake is Mon/Wed/Fri) 2840 Hulen Place, Riverside 92507 (951) 683-4101 Theo / They will determine if you need COVID-19 Testing. Path of Life Community Shelter (Families and Single Moms) Community Shelter 30-60 Days Admin. Office location1240 Palmyrita Ave. Riverside, CA 92570 Hotline: (951) 462-9822 Path of Life Family (Families and Single Parents) Shelter for 60-90 days – First come, First serve Line Up 12:30 p.m. Intakes @ 1p.m. M,W,F 2530 3rd Street, Riverside 92507 (951) 275-8755 Jonathan Time for Change Foundation P.O. Box 25040 San Bernardino, CA 92406 (909) 886-2994 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM www.timeforchangefoundation.org/services/psh.html FREE Emergency Shelters for Domestic Violence Victims See page 18 for details on these resources: Alternatives to Domestic Violence House of Decision Option House Sheepfold S.A.F.E. Project T.O.U.C.H. Shelter from the Storm The El Nino Program Provides 3 types of housing: emergency shelter, permanent Supportive and affordable to single women and women with children. Online or over phone intake followed by a face to face interview. Two week quarantine required. 11

Emergency Shelters cont’d Valley Restart- Hemet (All Populations) 30 Day Emergency Program 200 E. Menlo Ave, Hemet 92543 (951) 766-7476 30 Day shelter for men, women, children and families. Intakes Mon – Fri 9-Noon. Need ID and background check. For Community: Shower daily. Must line up by 3:30 PM Dinner daily. Must line up by 5:30 PM. Project T.O.U.C.H. Temecula – Year round Women & Children Emergency Shelter 21-30 day stay Cold Weather Shelter: December 1 – April 1st (all populations) 951-677-9661 Transitional Shelters/Housing Transitional housing refers to temporary accommodations for displaced individuals and families. The term "transitional" refers to the non-permanent nature of the lodging and to government programs that support transition to permanent accommodations. Many of these are fee based programs, but not all. Anchor in Christ Crystal Hernandez, Director 951-536-2553 Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 Corona Norco Rescue Mission – Women Only 420 Harrison St. Corona, CA 92880 (951) 493-2091 Process: Interested party must meet with a case manager for an assessment. Case managers are available Mon – Fri from 8-4 PM. Transitional Housing: one and two bedroom apartments. Transitional living: A two year commitment. Must be drug free. Must test clean. No past evictions for arson or sex offenders. Faith based. Future Hope Center Co. 12459 Cool Springs Street Mira Loma, CA 91752 (562) 965-7066 12

Transitional Shelters/Housing Cont’d Grace Chapel/Operation Grace 1595 Art Townsend Drive San Bernardino, CA 92408 (909) 382-8540 90 Day transitional housing for women and children (under age 11). Need to qualify. Intakes: Tuesday & Thursday 8AM -12 Noon Hope-Riverside University Health System 768 Blaine St., Ste. B Riverside, CA 92507 (951) 358-5370 contact John Purinton at (951) 715-5050 or Roy Colbert at (951) 715-5050 www.rcdmh.org/Children-Services/Housing Provides emergency and transitional housing to individuals and families eligible for services from the Dept. of Mental Health who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Provide culturally competent housing supports across age groups and specialty needs such as Transition Age Youth, Adults with co-occurring disorders and Older Adults. High Desert Shelter 14049 Amargosa Road Victorville, CA 92392 760-245-5991 House of Decision 28414 Cherry Valley Blvd. Cherry Valley, CA 92223 (951) 845-0103 18 month long-term transitional housing for women and children who are homeless. Call for intakes Mondays at 9:00 AM. Faith based. Inland Housing Solutions ihomes.org Monday – Thursday 9 AM – 4 PM and Fridays 9 AM – 1 PM 909-796-6381 Liberty Ranch – Men’s Restoration Ministry 45720 Florida Avenue Hemet, CA 92544 Office: (951) 292-1502 Director - Robert Lortz : (951) 642-0650 400.00 monthly/No Sex offender, no smoking, no drugs, no alcohol, psych medication ok 500.00 monthly – Social Security – No minimum or maximum stay 13

Transitional Shelters/Housing cont’d LightHouse Social Service Center - Transitional living for Veteran men 1003 E. Cooley Dr. Ste. 205 Colton, CA 92324 (951) 208-4932 Martha’s Village & Kitchen 83-791 Date Avenue Indio, CA 92201 (760) 347-4741 Transitional Housing for all populations - Program up to 90 days. Mary’s Mercy Center Assistance to the homeless, aged and families Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 4 PM - San Bernardino, CA(909) 889-2558 Project T.O.U.C.H. (951) 677-9661 Over the Phone Intakes Monday – Friday Office Hours 9 AM – 4 PM Transitional Housing / All Populations / Faith Based. Housing Located in Temecula & Murrieta. Program up to 6 months to one year. 21 Day Emergency housing for Single women and women with children. Rancho Damacitas’ Project Independence P.O. Box 890326 Temecula, CA 92589 (951) 302-2317 ext. 241 – Steve Liapis steve@4kidsfirst.org al housing & support serving former foster youth 18 . Set Free Phelan 760-881-0831 Faith based and work experience. Women & Children. 60 Day Program Over the Phone Intake with Director Kathy / Must have COVID19 Clearance on Paper 1st phase is to graduate program then go to 2nd phase which is work experience skills. The Help Center (Old Pantry) Housing Resource Center & Homeless Case Management 28892 Pujol Street, Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 240-4242 The Salvation Army, Murrieta 40270 Los Alamos Road, Murrieta, CA 92562 (951) 677-1324 Veronica’s Home of Mercy 909-888-9064 Homeless women and children (boys age seven and under; girls age nine and under). Will not reopen until COVID order is lifted. 14

Christian Ranch / Residence Programs Ranch/Residence Programs are residential housing dedicated to helping men and women begin their recovery from the devastating and far-reaching effects of alcoholism and drug dependency. Richard Brown 760-458-5462 Provides housing and job opportunities for people in prison of ten years or more. P Path of Life 1 yr. Christian Men & Women’s Homes 951-683-4101 Locations: Men – Perris / Women – Riverside Salvation Army (Adult Men ages 21-64) 6 month to 1 year or 18 months’ work program. Christian 12 step program. Phone interview needed. (951) 940-5790 Hacienda Christian Life Campus - Men’s Ranch (951) 657-3041 God’s Helping Hands Thrift Store 1040 Tepee Lane, Perris, CA 92570 Alternative sentencing program or after prison release. Call for phone intake. One year live-in minimum commitment & all participants must be employable. Cannot have past evictions for arson or lewd acts with children. No psychotropic or injectable medications allowed. Faith based. Liberty Ranch (951) 292-1502 Liberty Men’s Restoration Ministry Director Robert Lortz (951-642-0650 No Sex Offender, No Smoking, No drugs, No alcohol, psych meds accepted. 400/Month / With Social Security 500/Month - No minimum or maximum stay Set Free - Women (951) 849-3678 or 951-849-1211 Lake Elsinore Christian Disciple Ranch - No psych or pain medications. Set Free – Phelan / Men U-Turn for Christ st nd (760) 868-8008 (951) 943-7097 2 - 6 months (Adult Men & Women, 500/mo 1 Phase 400 2 Phase) 20170 Patterson Ave. Substance Abuse (No Sex Offenders) No Drugs Perris, CA 92570 within 24 hours of entering. Intake M-F 9am-3pm. 2 Month Program (Community Service) / 6 Month Program (Must Work / From 7am to 9pm) Victory Outreach Hemet - (951) 392-3177 15

Domestic Violence Housing: Alternatives to Domestic Violence (800) 339-7233 ADV operates outreach offices in Riverside, Corona, and Hemet. Emergency shelter for Riverside County. info@adv-besafe.org Betterway Hotline Domestic Violence Shelter (760) 955-8723 Dove (800) 851-7601 Domestic Violence Shelter House of Decision (951) 845-0103 Interfaith Shelter Network – San Diego area (619) 702-5399 New Beginnings & New Hope (951) 698-4673 Christian Based – Specialty – Domestic Violence / Cherry Valley/Beaumont - Transitional Housing – 9 Acres El Nino Program 26395 Jefferson Avenue, Ste. D, Murrieta, CA 92562 Provides counseling services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault & substance abuse. Option House (Emergency Domestic Violence) 45 Day (909) 381-3471 S.A.F.E. (Safe Alternative for Everyone) (951) 587-3900 Shelter From the Storm (800) 775-6055 Sheepfold (Christian) (877) 743-3736 28910 Pujol St., Temecula, CA 92590 / safefamiliesca.org Emergency food, shelter and other services for families and individuals experiencing domestic violence. 73-550 Alessandro Dr., Ste. 103, Palm Desert, CA 92260 Shelter Hotline (760) 328-7233 DD Office 760-674-0400 Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing and counseling services to women and children who are victims of domestic abuse. www.shelterfromthestorm.com 16

Resources: Dream Center (951) 376-3703 Family Justice Centers (951) 304-5680 114 E. Peck Street, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 (Google Voice) 30045 Technology Dr, Suite 101, Murrieta, CA 92563 3900 Orange St., Riverside, CA 92501 82995 Highway 111, Ste. 103, Indio, CA 92201 220 North Broadway, Blythe, CA (951)955-6100 (760) 863-8363 (760) 921-5846 Provide victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse and human trafficking with centralized access to public and private resources in a safe, secure and private environment. Family case management and safety planning: resources & referrals, reduce barrios that prevent families from accessing services. Children’s Therapy Services: children who are direct victims of crime or witnessed a crime. Sibling of crime victims. Ensuring Safety: Meeting with a confidential case manager, safety planning, domestic violence education groups, restraining & protective orders, relocation assistance & emergency assistance, assistance with applying for victim compensation (CALVCB). Seeking Justice: Law enforcement interview accompaniment (in some cases on site), help navigating the criminal justice system, information on crime victim rights, court support/accompaniment & restitution assistance. Preparing Children for Court: Program for children who must attend court & teaching them courtroom structure & roles of professionals in court. Children learn how to cope with stress in the courtroom. Children exposed to addiction in families. Refer Domestic Violence victims to the Southwest Justice Center for FREE restraining orders assistance and counseling. 30755-D Auld Road, 1226, Murrieta, Ca. 92563 (951) 704-7634 (Court house – check hours) NBNH (New Beginnings & New Hope) (951) 698-4673 Riverside 24-Hour Crisis Line: (951) 683-0829 Provides services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and substance abuse. 26395 Jefferson Avenue, Ste. D, Murrieta, CA 92562 (800) 339-7233 Email: info@adv-besafe.org I Care – Terry, Program Director (951) 359-8350 or (951) 354-2273 Emergency & Transitional Program for women w/children. Monday – Friday phone interviews from 9 AM – 11 AM. Shelter has fee on a sliding scale. Provides educational programs, health & wellness, nutrition, and job readiness. Rape and Abuse Crisis Center (Advocacy, counseling, education) rarcc.org Riverside 24/7 Hotline - 951.686.RAPE(7273) 17

ORANGE COUNTY Salvation Bell Shelter Emergency shelter, VA services, addiction recovery. Ability to pay. (323) 263-1206 1736 Family Crisis Center Youth Shelter Shelter services for runaway and homeless youth. No cost. (310) 379-3620 House of Yahweh (310) 675-1384 Food Pantry & Thrift Store. Emergency and hygiene products to homeless. Advocates for social service assistance, referrals and computer assistance. Human Options Domestic Violence Shelter Hotline Laura’s House Hotline Domestic Violence Shelter & Housing with Roommate (877) 854-3594 (866) 498-1511 Lydia House Shelter for single women and women with children. (562) 591-1292 Rainbow Services Hotline & Outreach Domestic violence emergency shelter. (310) 547-9343 Self-Help & Recovery Exchange (310) 305-8878 Shared Collaborative Housing ( Housing (w/roommate in LA County) Temporary / Permanent Housing, fully furnished, low income, disability, support groups US Vets Supported housing, employment assistance for homeless vets. No cost. (562) 388-8012 Resources: Emergency Shelter Hotline (800) 548-6047 Provides locations & pickups for shelter. Year-round winter shelter hotline. Single women and single men. Runaway Hotline 12-20 Years Old (800) 786-2929 18

SAN DIEGO COUNTY Becky’s House Domestic Violence Shelter (619) 234-3164 Bread of Life Rescue Mission 9 AM – Noon Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday (760) 722-0800 Brother Benno’s (760) 439-1244 Good Samaritan Shelter (men) House of Mary & Martha (women) Confidential & must be sign in by a caseworker. Monday – Friday 6:30 AM – 1 PM Saturdays 8 AM – 1 PM Catholic Charities of Vista Rental Assistance (must qualify) (760) 631-2819 Hidden Valley House Domestic Violence Shelter (760) 480-0055 Resources: Alpha Project (760) 630-9922 State-licensed residential treatment program for homeless men in recovery from substance abuse. California Youth Crisis Line (800) 843-5200 Confidential assistance for runaway children or those considering running away. Children’s Family Violence Program (858) 495-7719 Community Resource Center (760) 753-8300 Bus tokens, Counselors, Case Mgmt., Emergency Food, Shelter/Hotel, Voucher Program & Legal Clinic on Tuesdays – call for time. Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Hotline Shelter, transitional housing, emergency services, counseling (760) 757-3500 Mental Health Services 24 hr. crisis line and referrals for medical (619) 692-8750 Pathway Health Clinic (760) 945-4673 Onbudshan Crisis Center (800) 231-4024 24 hr. crisis line and referrals for medical. Long-term care facilities for anyone. Suicide & Crisis Counseling 24 hr. crisis line and referrals for medical (800) 479-3339 19

Resources Cont’d: Youth Community Services (619) 521-2250 Provide resources for prevention of youth involvement in juvenile justice system. Provide assistance to families after hours and on weekends. Women’s Resource Center Emergency shelter and support for women and their children. (760) 757-3500 Pregnancy Housing & Assistance Birth Choice of Temecula (951) 296-3441 41750 Winchester Rd., Ste. O, Temecula, CA 92590 birthchoicetemecula.com Crisis Pregnancy Resource Center / Christian Based / All Services are Free includes testing, counseling, and pro- life choices Materials provided after birth such as diapers, formula, etc. Elsinore Valley Pregnancy Resource Center (951) 245-8587 31461 Riverside Dr., Ste. D, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 www.evprc.org/aboutus.html Monday – Thursday 10 AM – 3 PM Saturday 10 AM – 12 Noon Crisis Pregnancy Resource Center / Christian Based / All Services are Free includes testing, counseling, and pro- life choices. Materials provided after birth such as diapers, formula. House of Decision (951) 845-0103 28414 Cherry Valley Blvd. Cherry Valley, CA 92223 Long-term transitional housing for women and children who are homeless. Call for intakes Mondays at 9:00 AM. Faith based. 20

Pregnancy Housing & Assistance Cont’d Mose’s House – High Desert, CA (760) 955-1895 Veronica’s Home of Mercy – San Bernardino, CA (909) 888-9064 Parenting classes, emergency diapers/wipes and formula. Monday – Friday 9 AM – 4 PM Children and Teens / Homeless Youth/ Services Assistance League of Temecula Valley (951) 694-8018 28720 Via Montezuma, Temecula, CA 92590-2510 Provide supplies needed to help set up an apartment for a homeless family, run Operation School Bell and Provide children with clothes, provide services for foster and homeless youth. Child Help (800) 442-4453 x1234 Housing for children in abusive situations (2 days-1 year), hosted by volunteers while biological parents retain full custody. Child Protective Services 27464 Commerce Center Dr. Suite #E, Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 696-3450 Community Outreach Ministry (951) 698-7650 23905 Clinton Keith, Ste. 114 #116, Wildomar, CA 92595 www.communityoutreachministry.org/program / info@communityoutreachministry.org Outreach services for needy children. Homeless Youth Hotline YOUTH ASSISTANCE (800) 551-1300 Job Corp Center – Inland Empire (909) 887-6305 3173 Kerry Street, San Bernardino, CA 92407 (800) 733-JOBS Provides educational and vocational training residential living to youth ages 16-24 years. Oak Grove Center (951) 677-5599 24275 Jefferson Avenue, Murrieta, CA 92562 www.oakgrovecenter.org Provides residential, educational & treatment Center for children throughout California with psychological, emotional and behavioural problems & special needs. 21

Children & Teens / Homeless Youth/ Services Cont’d Olive Crest (951) 686-8500 Erin Whitt x1234 555 Technology Court, Ste. 300, Riverside, CA 92507 Safe Families for Children: Parents experiencing a temporary crisis can arrange for their children (newborn – 16 yrs.) to stay with Safe Families volunteers while they address the issues that led to the instability in their lives. Residential programs also available. Operation Safe House (951)-351-4418 9685 Hayes Street, Riverside, California 92503 Aids teens (ages 11-17) experiencing crisis. Voluntary 21 day Emergency Shelter, Transitional Living Program (ages 18-24 homeless or disabled) food, clothing, mental health & family counselling. Rancho Damacitas Mom’s & Children Services Temecula Campus, 38950 Mesa Road, Temecula, CA 92592 Foster care homes for children under 18 years of age. (951) 302-2317 Rose Again Foundation (951) 970-2518 32039 Corte Sparkman, Temecula, CA 92592 Rhonda Reinke or Maria Baldoinos Provides programs and services to foster children and emancipated youth. Safe Families for Children (800) 550-CHILD, Ext 1234 1-800-550-2445 x1234 safe-families.org Safe Families for Children has offered sanctuary to thousands of children, minimizing the risk for abuse or neglect and giving parents the time and tools they need to help their families thrive. Connects children in need with Safe Families from local churches. Orange County Safehouse of the Desert - Harrison House (760) 343-3211 or (760) 636-4799 72710 E. Lynn Street, Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Emergency Shelter: Runaway, Homeless, At Risk Youth ages 11-17 years Transitional Housing: Young adults 18-22 years Teen Challenge of Riverside Riverside County (951) 682-8990, 5445 Chicago Avenue, Riverside, CA 92507 Orange County (714) 913-4741, 416 S. Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701 Transitional living programs for substance abuse. Residential drug recovery program adolescent boys ages 12-17. Sexual offenders must contact Teen Challenge – (831) 724-9576. Faith based. Voices for Children – Riverside County (951) 472-9301 P.O. Box 7219, Riverside, CA 92513 Sharon Morris Provides CASA volunte

Assistance Guide . 2021. 2 . To the Pastors and Churches of the Valley, We pray this resource book will help all of you to help others who are . Temecula, CA 92590 (951)600-6500 . Lake Elsinore Office . 1400 Minthorn Street (off Central from I-15N) Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 (951)245-3100 .

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Resource 2. Sample Independent Evaluator Agreement Template Resource 3. Measurement Guidance Resource 4. Logic Model Resources and Template Resource 5. Local Evaluation Planning Guide: Diving Deeper Resource 6. Process Evaluation Plan Template Resource 7. Outcome Evaluation Plan Template Resource 8. Washington 21st CCLC Improvement Plan Template

Community Resource Clinic . Every Tuesday, from 3:00 to 4:30 PM Zoom Group call . Anyone looking for support and services in our community may come to the community resource clinic for assistance with understanding and accessing community support and services for themselves or their loved on

(100% total) HSC course core modules (75% total) Resource Management Basic concepts of resource management. -Indicative course time: 20% . . Fundamental concepts of resource management . 0. Influences on resource management . 0. Effective resource management . Core 1: Resource Management . Students learn about: