As Winter Shelters Close, Hundreds Are Sent Back Out to the Street

By Liza Veale, KALW/Crosscurrents

When winter comes, Bay Area cities open temporary shelters to keep unhoused residents warm and dry. But, as winter comes to an end, these shelters close down. In Berkeley, Oakland and San Francisco about 500 homeless people will be back on the streets.

Dorothy Day, in Berkeley is one of these shelters. It’s set to close for the year this Sunday, April 15.

Read the complete story at KALW/Crosscurrents.