San Diego Rescue Mission providing women and children with inclement weather shelter beds


SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Since 1955, the San Diego Rescue Mission has been providing meals, shelter, clothing, education and job-skills training for men, women, and single parents with children experiencing homelessness.

When the weather gets bad, the San Diego Rescue Mission steps up their efforts to get homeless women and children into shelter.

VP of Programs for the SD Rescue Mission, Paul Armstrong, joined KUSI’s Good Morning San Diego to explain why and how they are prioritizing women and children as this rainy weather continues in San Diego.

Monday – Friday | 7am-7pm
Weekends | 5:30pm
120 Elm Street San Diego, CA 92101

Baseline Requirements
Children must be 17 years old or younger
Shelter Office Hours | 3pm – 7am
Bed Availability | Call or just show up
619-819-1844 or

Categories: California News, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News

Vittorio Ferla

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