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Posted on: February 5, 2019

Alameda County Offering Winter Shelter and Warming Center Services During Winter

Winter Shelter and Warming Center Resources 2018-2019

The following is information for Winter Shelters (open every night during the winter months), and Warming Centers (shelters open only in rainy or cold weather) in Alameda County.  This information has been updated as of 1/28/2019. Please note that Warming Centers are not open every night, only when weather is cold or rainy.  Please call first to make sure that they are open!

SEASONAL WINTER SHELTERS - OPEN EVERY NIGHT DURING WINTER MONTHS
PROGRAMLOCATIONDATES OPEN
St. Mary's Center925 Brockhurst Street, Oakland
510-923-9600
Dec 1, 2018 to Apr 30, 2019
St. Vincent de Paul Winter Shelter675 23rd Street, Oakland
510-638-7600
Oct 29, 2018 to Jun 30, 2019
YEAH Youth Shelter1744 University Avenue, Berkeley
510-704-9867
Year Round
East Oakland Community Project Crossroads7515 International Blvd, Oakland
510-532-3211
Now 


WARMING STATION SHELTERS - ONLY ONLY WHEN RAINY, COLD, ETC.
PROGRAMLOCATIONDATES OPEN
City of Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter2134 Martin Luther King Jr Way, BerkeleyOn cold or rainy nights or temperatures below 40 degrees.
San Leandro Warming Center510-686-2332On rainy or cold nights, and every Wednesday night, through April 30, 50% chance of rain, under 40 degrees.
City of Alameda Warming Center510-201-0203On cold, below 40 degrees, or rainy nights, over 50% chance, through April 30.


Please call 211 (Eden Information and Referral) for additional information about accessing shelters, transitional housing, and other emergency housing in Alameda County. More information is also available on our Get Help page.

Download the printable version of the Winter shelter listing by clicking here.

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