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Permanent Supportive HousingDesert Horizon and Desert Vista Permanent Supportive Housing Programs

With funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), JFS provides permanent supportive housing to 58 formerly homeless men and women with disabilities. The program’s purpose is to empower these individuals to find and retain permanent housing and overcome financial and functional barriers to success in mainstream society. Staff members conduct extensive outreach and provide intensive case management and supportive services to help clients reach their goals.

Supportive services include:
  • Living skills
  • Budgeting instruction
  • Case management
  • Community referrals and access to benefits
  • Advocacy
  • Employment assistance
  • Access to education
  • Mental health and substance abuse services
  • In-home health services
  • ADA transportation services
  • Food distributions
  • Support groups
  • Physical Health Services

This program is funded through a collaborative effort with Riverside County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) and HUD. Clients are charged 30% of their income based on HUD guidelines.

To learn more or inquire about openings in our Permanent Supportive Housing Program, call (760) 327-4394.

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Roy’s Desert Resource Center

Effective June 30, 2017, operations were discontinued at Roy's Desert Resource Center. 

Please see the list below for alternate facilities and phone numbers that may be of help. 

800-498-8847 Home Connect
211-Riverside County Community Connect
   
ABC recovery logo ABC Recovery Center
44359 Palm Street
Indio, CA 
(760) 342-6616
Transitional Living
40 Beds: Men, Women
   
 CVRM logo Coachella Valley
Rescue Mission
47470 Van Buren Street
Indio, CA 
(760) 347-3512
Emergency Shelter
75 Beds: Men, Women
Program Beds: (Gateway, New Life, AB109
   
Martha's Village & Kitchen logo Martha's Village and Kitchen
83791 Date Avenue
Indio, CA 
(760) 347-4741
Transitional Housing
120 Beds: Men, Women, Children
   
Shelter from the Storm logo Shelter from the Storm
73550 Alessandro Drive #103
Palm Desert, CA 
(760) 674-0400
(760) 328-7233
1-800-775-6055

Domestic Violence Shelter
72 Beds: Women, Children
   
Safehouse logo Safehouse of the Desert
Harrison House
72710 East Lynn Street
72695 La Canada Way
Thousand Palms, CA 
(760) 343-3211
(760) 636-4799
Emergency Shelter: Runaway, Homeless,
At-Risk Youth Ages 11-17
Transitional Housing:
Young Adults 18-22

More resources can be accessed by calling: 

800-498-8847–Home Connect 
211-Riverside County Community Connect

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Permanent Supportive Housing Program
400 S. Farrell Dr.
Palm Springs,
CA 92262
(760) 327-4394

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