Two inclement weather shelters for homeless San Diegans will open Monday night amid falling temperatures and a chance for rain.
The Inclement Weather Shelter Program, in partnership with Father Joe's WIllages, Connections Housing Downtown and the San Diego Housing Commission, provides shelter for homeless San Diegans during severe weather. Severe weather is defined as either 50 degrees or below and/or a 40 percent chance of rain.
There are two shelters for San Diegans seeking protection from the elements on Monday night.
The first, at Father Joe's Villages, is located at 1501 Imperial Avenue in San Diego. Check in begins at 4 p.m. onward and check out is at 5 a.m. Meals are provided. The shelter has room for up to 250 individuals.
The second shelter is located at PATH San Diego/Connections Housing Downtown at 1250 6th Avenue in Downtown San Diego. Check in is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and check out is at 7 a.m. Meals are provided.
For more information about this shelter program or other county-wide shelter programs, dial 2-1-1, or click here.