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UPDATED: SLO Warming Center at 43 Prado Road Open
The Warming Center at Prado Day Center is scheduled to be open Monday 1/9, Tuesday 1/10, and Wednesday 1/11, with future dates dependant on weather conditions.
The Warming Center opens when the likelihood of rain overnight exceeds 50% or if the temperatures are predicted to drop below 35 degrees. Since November 1, 2016, weather conditions have initiated the opening of the Prado Warming Center for a total of 16 nights, and we will be open a minimum of three additional nights during the next week. In contrast, the Warming Center was open a total of 18 nights during the 2015-16 winter/rainy season.
While we are always grateful to receive much-needed rain and for being able to provide a warm, dry place for people to stay, opening the Warming Center requires the mobilization of staff and volunteers, additional meals, and making sure we have new sleeping bags and other needed supplies. We are thankful to everyone who has assisted us in providing this resource for those in our community with nowhere else to stay during inclement weather.
If you would like to assist with meals or volunteering during this weekend's Warming Center, please visit www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0A4BA8AA29A3FE3-prado2. Additionally, there is an on-going need for the following supplies, which can be dropped off at 43 Prado Road, San Luis Obispo:
Client check-in begins at 4:45 pm at 43 Prado Road. Those needing shelter may arrive at any time during the evening; however, once someone leaves, they may not return that night. Pets ARE allowed. Smoking is allowed in the designating smoking area. Prado is a sobriety-based facility. Overnight guests will be provided a safe dry place to sleep and a hot meal. While the Warming Center closes at 8am, clients may access regular Prado Day Center services beginning at 8:30am. The Warming Center may be activated on future dates, depending on weather conditions. For up to date information about warming center nights of operation, please call the CAPSLO Warming Center Hotline: 805-549-6858.
What is Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County or CAPSLO?
CAPSLO is “helping people and changing lives.” CAPSLO is a Head Start, helping the homeless, and improving the health of thousands of teens and adults. CAPSLO is helping eligible households save energy and money while staying warm in the winter and cool in the summer. CAPSLO is making sure our veterans have a safe place to call home. CAPSLO is assisting low-income seniors to age in place with increased accessibility at home and affordable, quality adult day care. CAPSLO is helping families access quality child care, early educational opportunities, and resources that help people become the best parents they can be!
While there is no way to tell the entire story in 5 minutes or less, this glimpse into “A Day in the Life” captures a variety of ways in which CAPSLO programs help people 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
Thank you Barnett Cox & Associates for producing this video!
This month is SLOcals' month at Woodstock's Pizza San Luis Obispo. Woodstocks' is showing their support and appreciation for local businesses and organizations by hosting a series of one night fundraisers! CAPSLO Youth Programs was chosen as the beneficiary on Wednesday, September 28. This is a chance to raise money for CAPSLO's Health and Prevention Youth Programs Division to show your appreciation and support for the impact they make for the community and for the health and wellness of local youth!
The fundraiser will be taking place from 5pm-8:00pm on Wednesday, September 28th. Print out the embedded flier and then present it with your order to dine in or pickup. Up to 25% of sales made from that time will be donated to CAPSLO Youth Programs.
Tickets are now on sale for an Afternoon of Epicurean Delights (AED), the Central Coast event that keeps people coming back year after year. We will be celebrating the 29th year of this spectacular event on Sunday, June 5th. The historic Chapman House by the Sea in Shell Beach will open its gates and welcome guests from 11:30 to 3:30.
Please join us for a day filled with music, lovely gardens, panoramic ocean views and renowned food and beverages.
Get your tickets early, as we sold out last year. We don‛t want you to find yourself standing outside the gate looking in at the exquisite Estate grounds and wishing that you were inside.
Tickets are $125.00 and may be purchased online through Brown Paper Tickets, or directly from the Community Action Partnership Health & Prevention Division office: phone (805) 544-2498. Complimentary shuttles start at 11:00 am from Shell Beach Elementary School and Pismo Beach City Hall.
For those not living on the Central Coast, an Afternoon of Epicurean Delights has become the best excuse for a get-away weekend.
Sincere gratitude to all of our supporters
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