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Murrieta City Council discusses homelessness within the city

The Murrieta City Council met Tuesday, Aug. 4, to discuss homelessness in Murrieta and to provide direction to staff regarding Project Homekey, a grant...

Menifee approves contract with SWAG homeless outreach services provider

MENIFEE – The Menifee City Council approved a professional service agreement with Social Work Action Group, also known as SWAG, to continue addressing homelessness...

Lake Elsinore’s homeless task force paves the way for Riverside County

Jeremiah Tatola, Writer The Lake Elsinore Homeless Task Force, founded in June 2017, seeks to address the increasing homeless population within the city, providing aid and...
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Lake Elsinore: Improving the quality of life for all

Robert “Bob” Magee, Lake Elsinore City Councilmember The spike in homelessness and the increased visibility of the unfortunate byproducts they bring with them exploded as a...

Homelessness, drug use cause problems for Temecula homeowner

Homelessness is a problem that’s not unique to any one particular area of Southern California. While it’s an issue that was perhaps not quite as...

Led by Temecula Homeless Outreach team, volunteers count homeless population

Groups of volunteers, homeless outreach groups and Riverside County sheriff’s deputies spanned out across six areas in Temecula during the 2020 Riverside County Point-in-Time...

Supervisors vote to form committee to tackle countywide homeless challenges

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted recently to create a committee to review ongoing strategies to reduce homelessness countywide and work with agencies...

Lake Elsinore steps up help for the homeless with HEAP grant

Kim Harris Managing Editor The city of Lake Elsinore is ramping up its efforts to combat the homelessness problem thanks to a new $1.5 million grant,...

SWAG making big strides for Lake Elsinore’s homeless

Two years ago, while the majority of California’s elected leaders were busy burying their heads in the sand or searching for ways to raise...

California voters may be asked to steer homeless to services

KATHLEEN RONAYNE Associated Press SACRAMENTO (AP) — California voters could decide next year whether to create new county courts to steer homeless people to mental...