211 Riverside Directory
Community Connect assists families with an array of services throughout Riverside.
Path of Life
AUSD partners with The Path of Life Community Emergency, operated by Path of Life Ministries, 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.
The Family Shelter 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 support services focus on rapid re-housing, employment and increased income. It is a dormitory setting with 50 beds.
Path of Life Community Shelter-Individuals
2840 Hulen Place, Riverside, CA 92507
Intakes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1:00pm
Path of Life Family Shelter
2530 Third St., Riverside, CA 92507
Intakes Daily after 4:00pm
Operation SafeHouse-Individual Youth
Located in the heart of Riverside, accessible from any SafePlace location or Riverside Transit Agency bus, you can get the help you need, get hooked up with teen counselors to bring on the positive, and steer yourself away from life as a street youth.
SafeHouse of Riverside
9685 Hayes St.
Riverside, CA 92503
Inland Empire Rescue Mission
The House of Hope provides single mothers with children the opportunity to enter the labor market while obtaining housing and supportive services that assists them through the crucial transition from recently homeless to a stable housing environment. Each family will have the opportunity to move through 4 levels of self-sufficiency.
Hope Family Housing, provided by the Corona Norco Rescue Mission, is affordable housing consisting of two 3-4 bedroom homes and eleven 1-2 bedroom apartments within the City of Corona. It is designed to provide a final phase of transition for homeless individuals or families that are at or below 50% of median income, with the primary focus of the program to provide HOPE through an environment of independent living with supportive services over a six-month to two-year period.
420 W. Harrison St.
Corona, CA 92880
Take the 91 freeway to Main St. and turn north. Take the second left on Harrison St. Go to West Blaine St. and turn right. Go to N. Sheridan St. and turn right. Go to Harrison St. and turn left. Proceed to 420.