With funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Riverside County, the Inland Empire Health Program (IEHP), and the generosity of our donors, JFSSD provides permanent supportive housing and outreach services to formerly homeless individuals and families living with disabilities in Riverside County.
Our goal is to empower residents to secure permanent housing and overcome financial and functional barriers to thriving in mainstream society. Staff members conduct extensive outreach and provide intensive case management and supportive services to help program participants reach their goals.
Call Us: (760) 327-4394
Serving Riverside County
400 S. Farrell Dr., #B205
Palm Springs, CA 92262
“Thank you for believing in me when no one else did.”
We provide fully-furnished apartments in the Coachella Valley for homeless individuals and families based on HUD guidelines. All units are in close proximity to public transportation and essential services. Residents pay 30% of their adjusted income (based on HUD guidelines) towards rent and are provided with an extensive array of supportive services including:
JFSSD provides outreach services at its Palm Springs office as well as employing a team of street outreach workers who provide case management and supportive services. Such services include assessing housing, medical, and service needs while providing a compassionate approach for individuals and families who are unsheltered. Our goal is to overcome barriers that are impeding their ability to find safe and affordable housing. Participants are provided with extensive resources as well as:
Under a contract with IEHP, JFSSD works with individuals and families who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, formerly homeless with complex health/behavioral health conditions, and other vulnerable populations including those with criminal justice histories and those exiting institutions such as hospitals, residential treatment programs, and custody facilities. Services provided include:
“Libby entered Desert Vista after a long battle with addiction and chronic homeless. With long-term support from her JFS case manager and mental health specialist, Libby decided it was time for the next step. She enrolled into the local technical college for Medical Assisting and graduated with honors just over a month ago. Libby is now working fulltime job at a local urgent care, has rekindled her relationship with her daughter, and is planning on moving into her own apartment in Palm Springs. We are so excited for Libby and are blessed to have been given the privilege to walk with her on her journey for the last four years.”
– Inez, JFS Case Manager
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