Warm Place to Stay on Cold Nights for Homeless People

The San Diego Housing Commission has recently activated their weather shelter program for the homeless. The shelter at 1501 Imperial Avenue will house up to 250 individuals while the PATH San Diego/Connections Housing Downtown shelter at 1250 Sixth Avenue can accommodate up to 30 homeless people. Check-in time will start on Saturday and check-out early the next day.

According to San Diego Housing Commission, meals will also be provided during their accommodation. These shelters will be open to house homeless individuals during severe weather conditions.

To learn more, click here.

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