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Riverside: City’s shelter capacity expands

Location:
Riverside, CA
Size:
30 Shelters
Population Served:
Local Unhoused Neighbors
opening date:
January 1, 2020
funding:
HHAP Funding
build timeline:
Assembled in four days

Learn to Build a Village

Homelessness is a national crisis. Fill out our form to learn how Riverside elected officials used Pallet as a rapid solution.

Riverside had more than 400 people living unsheltered in the city in January 2020. Elected officials were seeking a rapid solution for its residents facing homelessness. Handling the situation like a crisis, in just four days the Riverside community transformed a parking lot into an emergency shelter community with 30 shelters. The Riverside Cabin Village has four ADA-compliant units, dining areas, showers, restrooms, a pet area, bike racks, and a resource center for program participants. Plus, residents have access to 24-hour wraparound services.

I wish they had this when I was homeless with my kids, because we slept in the car.

– Kaneesa, Riverside Resident

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No one should go unsheltered when a shelter village can be built in a day.

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