Glendale Winter Shelter Program
Dec. 1, 2013 – Mar. 1, 2014 (extended through March 2)

**Update as of March 3, 2014: PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR WINTER SHELTER PROGRAM IS NOW CLOSED.**

For the second year in a row, Ascencia is proud to host Glendale’s 80-bed Winter Shelter program. We will provide basic sustenance and shelter to 80 individuals nightly during the coldest months of the year. Last winter we helped nearly 600 homeless people by providing them with safe beds, hot dinners and shower/laundry facilities.

Please note our NEW LOCATION for winter shelter:
437 Fernando Court, Glendale, CA 91204

*We are not at the Glendale Armory this year!*

I’M HOMELESS AND I NEED HELP

For Individuals
If you are an adult (18 years and older) and are homeless, please come to 437 Fernando Court in Glendale at 4:30 p.m. to line up for Glendale’s Winter Shelter Program beginning December 1 through March 1.

The Glendale Winter Shelter Program is a first-come, first-serve program. Please, no early lineups. There are 80 beds available. Therefore, if you are the 81st person in line, you will be referred to another winter shelter program.

If you are working and cannot arrive at 4:30 p.m., please call Ascencia at (818) 246-7900.

For Families
Please call Ascencia at (818) 246-7900 during business hours, or dial 211.

For Burbank Clients
Burbank clients can receive bus tokens and other information through the Burbank Temporary Aid Center at 1304 W. Burbank Blvd. Please call (818) 848-2822, ext. 104.

I’D LIKE TO VOLUNTEER / MAKE A DONATION!

If you would like more information about volunteer opportunities or to make a donation, please contact Ascencia at (818) 476-9821.

We are grateful to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, the City of Glendale, the City of Burbank, Whole Foods Glendale and all of the volunteers who are helping to make our Winter Shelter program a success this holiday season!

WATCH NOW!

Local Homeless Shelters Brace for Dangerous Cold Snap – Jim Nash reports from Glendale for the KTLA5 News at 6 (Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013)

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