As Temperatures Dip, Fremont’s Warming Center For The Homeless Announces It Will Stay Open Nightly
“The winter is miserable for homeless people in general. The temperatures are cold, the weather is miserable, the ground gets wet, and we just have a lot of people sleeping all over the place,” said Suzanne Shenfil, the city’s director of human services.
The Mercury News:
Fremont's Warming Center For Homeless Now A Nightly Shelter
Fremont’s Warming Center for the Homeless, previously open only on winter nights with expected rain or temperatures below 40 degrees, is now open nightly through the winter. Every night since Nov. 15, the shelter has offered roughly 40 people a place to eat a hot meal, sleep, and access other services like a shower and occasional medical consultations. (Geha, 1/14)