The City of Oakland is supporting warming center operations at St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP) Community Center and Shelter between Friday, December 31 and Monday, January 3. This activation is in response to the prolonged cold weather and near freezing temperatures anticipated for this weekend, which will put the city’s most vulnerable populations at risk.
With the addition of over 10 designated City staff volunteers, the facility will be able to open a second room from Friday through Monday morning, allowing for an additional 45 beds per night at the shelter.
For additional information on the winter emergency services being offered at SVDP and others local facilities, please click this link.
Saint Vincent De Paul
2280 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, CA 94612 (there is an alternate entrance located around the corner at 675 23rd St).
Contact by Phone: (510) 638-7600
The County of Alameda is currently offering the following Winter Emergency Shelter Resources: https://www.achch.org/winter-emergency-resources.html
For Information on accessing other shelters, transitional housing and all other emergency housing in Alameda County, please call 211 (Eden Information and Referral).