Helping Homeless Women and Children

Providing women with housing and work assistance to get them off the streets

September 11, 2018

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By Steven John

Rancho Damacitas Children & Family Services was founded in 1983 in Temecula. It started as a foster home for young girls removed from their homes due to severe abuse and neglect.  

Over the years Rancho Damacitas transitioned the residential campus from serving foster youth to serving struggling single mothers with young children through the Empowerment Village Program.

The program helps homeless single moms with young children by providing them with housing and work assistance to get them off the streets while helping them build accountability, financial stability and faith in themselves.

Listen to the interview in this segment of Eye on the Community.