PATH Tehama County - Poor And The Homeless, Tehama County Coalition
 
Emergency Winter Shelter
The PATH Winter Emergency Shelter is open to the homeless between November 1 through April 30 each year. The Shelter location rotates among local churches in Red Bluff. For Shelter dates/location details, please review the following schedule:

PATH WINTER SHELTER
ROTATION SCHEDULE 2016-2017
Shelter Phone: 530-736-8441

Nov 1 – Nov 18
ST.PETER’S EPISCOPAL
510 JEFFERSON ST.
Nov 18 – Dec 9
ABUNDANT LIFE FELLOWSHIP
21080 LUTHER RD.
Dec 9 – Jan 6
1ST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
900 JOHNSON ST.
Jan 6 – Feb 10
NORTH VALLEY BAPTIST
345 DAVID AVE.
Feb 10 – Mar 17
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
1035 S. JACKSON AVE.
Mar 17 – Apr 14
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
501 PINE ST.
Apr 14 – Apr 30
1ST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
900 JOHNSON ST.

The shelter is open 7 days a week from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.

The Shelter only serves dinner to those spending the night.

NO EARLY ARRIVALS, PLEASE!

THERE WILL BE NO ADMITTANCE TO PERSONS SUSPECTED OF BEING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR ILLEGAL DRUGS.
SORRY NO PETS ALLOWED.

For more information, please contact the PATH Winter Shelter Manager, Elizabeth Keith (530) 736-3959


The song, "Old Gene," is a true story written by Pam Klein. It is about a homeless man she used to feed in the park in Red Bluff, CA. The homeless shelter was closed one summer and Gene had no place to go so he died in the park.