The County of Riverside has identified hotels and motels with available units for unsheltered homeless individuals to provide emergency temporary housing during the state order to “stay at home.” The temporary housing is part of a county program that includes case management, medical and wrap-around services. The housing is effective until the “stay at home” order is in effect. “These much-needed beds will get our most vulnerable homeless residents into safe housing because they need the most protection,” said Chairman V. Manuel Perez, Fourth District Supervisor. “This will continue to slow and halt the spread of this deadly virus.” Eligible unsheltered homeless individuals include those who are 65 and older, pregnant, have a serious chronic health condition such as hear
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