Homeless Outreach

Mission Statement:

The mission of the City of Temecula’s Homeless Outreach and Prevention program is to further improve quality of life by developing residents’, businesses’ and visitors’ awareness, understanding, and participation in a comprehensive strategy to solve homelessness in Temecula.

  • Development of a multi-agency partnership to increase collaboration of service providers to assist the homeless in becoming self-sufficient.
  • Ongoing personal contact between the Homeless Outreach Team officers and homeless individuals to increase trust and make referrals to service providers.
  • Work closely with local outreach organizations to coordinate housing, employment and medical and mental health services.
  • Enforcement of law violations (i.e. trespassing, illegal lodging, public intoxication, aggressive panhandling, etc.)

Homeless Outreach and Prevention Program

The City of Temecula has taken the lead on crafting a comprehensive approach to solving the problem of regional homelessness in a way that respects the inherent worth and dignity of every person. The Homeless Outreach and Prevention program is consistent with the City’s Quality of Life Master Plan Core Value of Accountable and Responsive City Government and an effective approach to countering the causes and consequences of homelessness within our community.  
  1. Temecula Resource Center


    Physical Address
    28922 Pujol Street
    Temecula, CA 92590


    Hours

    By appointment only


    If you or someone you know is experiencing or at risk of homelessness, staff at the Temecula Resource Center will help you identify resources and options to improve your situation.


  2. Lt. Pierson

    CORE Team/Special Events & Special Teams

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  1. Collaboration
  2. Coordination
  3. Communication
Collaboration with a variety of partners and non-profit stakeholders, such as Community Mission of Hope, to provide effective and comprehensive services offering support and requiring participants to move down a path into self-sufficiency, without taxpayer dollars.