County receives $12M grant to combat homelessness in the San Jacinto Riverbed

RIVERSIDE COUNTY – Riverside County announced that it has been awarded a $12 million grant from California’s Encampment Resolution Funding Program. The grant, the second largest received in the state, will be used to provide housing, street outreach and wrap-around services to address the issue of homelessness in and around the San Jacinto Riverbed.In collaboration with District 5 Supervisor Yxstian Gutiérrez and the cities of San Jacinto and Hemet, the county said it is determined to tackle homelessness and make a difference in the lives of those affected.“We are incredibly grateful to the State of California for awarding us this generous grant,” Gutierrez said. “This funding will enable us to expand our efforts and implement comprehensive solutions to address homelessn
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