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 2019-2020

ABUNDANT LIFE FELLOWSHIP
NOV 1 – NOV 29

21080 LUTHER RD

1ST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
NOV 29 –JAN 3

900 JOHNSON ST.

BRIDGEWAY COMMUNIIY
JAN 3 – FEB 28

345 DAVID AVE

ST.PETER’S EPISCOPAL
FEB 28 –MARCH 27

510 JEFFERSON

GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH
MARCH 27 - APRIL30

598 ROUND UP AVE

Shelter Hours: 5p.m. to 8a.m. 7 days a week

Shelter Phone: 530-736-8441

Sorry no pets allowed
The PATH Shelter serves dinner only to those spending the night
For information about Tehama County homelessness resources, please dial 2-1-1 on your cell phone or click here
For more information about the PATH Shelter, including how to become a shelter volunteer or cook for the shelter,
please contact the Shelter Manager, Melinda McKinlay, at (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.