Inclement Weather Resources

Approximately 8,700 people experiencing homelessness, across San Diego County. Those who have continued exposure to outdoor elements like extreme heat, hypothermia, and frostbite, are at increased risk for developing health conditions, and such conditions can be life threatening. In an effort to lessen the health impacts of exposure during inclement weather, 2-1-1 San Diego provides emergency shelter information and referrals to partner agencies who can accommodate the immediate severe weather housing needs for the homeless.

Due to the inclement weather conditions that we expect through the week, the following inclement weather response agencies have been ACTIVATED. For more information about available resources, click in the link(s) below:

PATH – Provides inclement weather shelter. Accepting walk-ins daily beginning at 5:00pm through 7:00pm. Serving the City of San Diego.

St Vincent De Paul – Provides inclement weather shelter. Accepting clients beginning at 4:00 pm. Serving City of San Diego.

Interfaith Community Services- Provides inclement weather motel vouchers. Accepting screenings 24/7. Serving the county of San Diego’s unincorporated areas.