Project T.O.U.C.H. partners with Social Services, Drug and Alcohol Rehab programs, Mental Health Service, Homeless Prevention Programs, and other community outreach programs.
They offer Shared and Homeless Prevention Housing with 130 beds to assist single mothers, Veterans, seniors, and the disabled averaging 35 to 40 children daily throughout Southwest Riverside County.
They provide overnight shelter for approximately four months per year December to April to meet the needs of hundreds of Temecula and Murrieta homeless each winter.
They serve dinner and breakfast 7 days per week while shelter is open.
Police Response Program responds 24/7 to calls from local police departments to assist in homeless and abuse situations.
They also have Direct Emergency Assistance for motel stays, food, gasoline, clothing, bus tickets and any other emergency needs.
Their Community Food Program utilizes theirlong 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.