In 2005, homeless services were identified as a significant community need by the Coachella Valley Association of Governments. Since that time, we have partnered with JFS of the Desert to serve homeless individuals in the Coachella Valley. We don't just provide shelter, but also the tools to ultimately live independently. By offering emergency shelter, transitional housing, case management services, placement assistance, Udaily living skills, budgeting instruction, housing placement assistance, and much more, we've helped hundreds of individuals and families get off the streets and transition to self-sufficiency.

Friends of Roy's Foundation was established in April of 2011 specifically to assist in bringing awareness and funding to Roy's Desert Resource Center as well as showing homeless a way back home. Click here to learn more.

Featured Programs and Services

Desert Horizon is our transitional housing program in Riverside County that places homeless individuals directly from the streets and emergency shelters into transitional housing units. We provide a highly supportive environment, offering flexible and individualized supportive services and helping individuals to take control of their return to self-sufficiency. read more    online form

Roy’s Desert Resource Center, named in honor of the late Riverside County Supervisor, Roy Wilson, is the first comprehensive homeless center built in the Western Coachella Valley. read more    online form

Desert Vista Permanent Supportive Housing, a HUD-funded permanent supportive housing program, provides services to 40 homeless individuals with disabilities.
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