San Jacinto’s new HARP program is designed to help the homeless and at risk people living on the streets

The homeless and at risk people living on the streets of San Jacinto will soon learn about a new citywide program to assist them find appropriate housing and jobs. Robin Gilliland of Gilliland Consulting, was recently hired by San Jacinto city manager Rob Johnson Tuesday, March 2, after she left her position with Temecula. She told the city council that homeless people and other at risk residents will soon learn about and have access to a number of special programs endorsed by the city. The new programs will be covered under the title of HARP or Homeless and At Risk People. For years, Gilliland worked in the city of Temecula and surrounding cities to cope with the growing number of homeless people on the streets and more. She explained to the council that HARP partners with law enfor
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