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March 18, 2020 | March 23, 2020 | 3,131 total views

The following Winter Shelter Programs will be extended past March 31, 2020.

SPA 1: Antelope Valley
  • Desert MACC (Lancaster) Open until September 30, 2020
SPA 2: San Fernando Valley
  • Hope of the Valley (Pacoima) Open until September 30, 2020
SPA 3: San Gabriel Valley
  • Volunteers of America LA, Bassett Park Open until April 30, 2020
  • Volunteers of America LA, Steinmetz Park (women's shelter) Open until April 30, 2020
  • Volunteers of America LA, Pamela Park Open until April 30, 2020
SPA 4: Metro Los Angeles
  • Weingart (Downtown Los Angeles) Open until September 30, 2020
SPA 5: West Los Angeles
  • First to Serve (West LA Armory) Open until April 30, 2020
SPA 6: South Los Angeles
  • Bryant Temple AME (women's shelter), 2514 W. Vernon Ave., 90047 Open until September 30, 2020
  • Home at Last (men's shelter), 5171 S. Vermont Ave., 90037 Open until September 30, 2020
  • Home at Last (women's shelter), 5108 S. Central Ave., 90011 Open until September 30, 2020
  • Home at Last (women's shelter), 5100 S. Central Ave., 90011 Open until September 30, 2020
SPA 8: South Bay/Harbor
  • US Vets., 1718 Hayes Ave., Long Beach, 90813 Open until September 30, 2020

Please call shelters directly to verify times.

View the Winter Shelter Program Guide in English here (and Spanish here) for shelter numbers, locations, and transportation pick-up spots.

For more information, please call the Winter Shelter Hotline at 1-800-548-6047 (available 24 hours a day, seven days a week).

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