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WE'RE HERE FOR YOU 24/7. SUICIDE PREVENTION AND 2-1-1/ Youth Crisis Mobile Response:

Winter Shelter Beds

This notice is to inform you that the national weather service forecasts the temperature to be below 32 degrees which triggers the city’s winter shelter contingency plan for the following nights:

Thursday and Friday, Dec. 13-14, 2018

Local homeless shelters will be opening overflow beds for those seeking to get out of the freezing weather. Available resources are listed below.

SHELTER

LOCATION

BEDS

POPULATION

TIME

Salvation Army

1001 N Pennsylvania Ave.

90

Men, Women & Families

7PM – 7AM

City Rescue Mission (Beds open at 40 degrees)

800 W California Ave.

40

20 Men, 20 Women (Women with children will not be turned away)

8:30PM – 6AM Men,

Women & Children 6PM – 6AM

(Check-in for everyone is 6PM when the temp is below 30 degrees)

Jesus House

1335 W Sheridan Ave.

14

Men

Sign up from 1PM – 4:30PM

Grace Rescue Mission

2205 Exchange Ave.

20

Men

6PM (dinner) – 6AM

Sanctuary

2133 SW 11TH ST

20

Women & Children only

6PM – 6AM

SISU Youth

3131 N Pennsylvania Ave.

5

Youth age 14 - 22

7PM – 8AM

(check in from 7PM – 8PM)

Be the Change

5415 S Shartel Ave, Ste. 159

10

Youth age 14 - 25

8PM – 8AM

Please note, these are overflow beds only. Regular beds are also available and the shelters should be contacted directly for inquiries about availability. To find a shelter use the 2-1-1 database here.