Rescue . Restore . Rebuild .

What We Do

Path of Life provides a holistic system of care offered in an integrated, seamless manner to individuals and families, leading them from a place of crisis to a life of stability and self-sufficiency. Our commitment to partner with community organizations and agencies contributes to a holistic, community based solution that improves the social, economical and spiritual health and vitality of the impoverished, homeless, and at risk individuals and families in Riverside County.

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1,596 Men, Women & Children Helped Annually

Men, Women and Children
Provided with Shelter
Men, Women and Children
Placed in Housing
Behavioral Health Service Hours
Men and Women
Gained Employment

Together, We’re Making a Difference

Over the last four years, there has been a decline in the number of individuals and families experiencing a housing crisis in Riverside County, as compared to California. Together with other organizations, community partners, and donors, we are achieving life changing results. A home makes hope possible for the men, women and children we serve each day and we are working to end homelessness in our community.

Homeless Count Declines in Riverside County

Data from Riverside County Point-in-Time Homeless Count Reports, 2014-2018

An Effective Approach to Ending Homelessness

Housing First Works

Housing First is a National best practice model for ending homelessness situations and aligns with our value to honor the worth and potential of each and every person. Once individuals and families are safely in a home, they can rebuild their lives and move toward self-sufficiency.

Path of Life believes that everyone deserves an opportunity to exit a homeless situation and rebuild a stable life for themselves and their family.  Children especially deserve all of the safety and opportunity that a stable home provides.

More information on Housing First

County vs. State Homeless Count Comparison

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California Data:
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress, 2014-2018