The Extreme Weather Response shelter on Logan Avenue offers 10 beds for adults during poor weather conditions. /Mission Community Services Instagram Photo

The Extreme Weather Response shelter on Logan Avenue offers 10 beds for adults during poor weather conditions. /Mission Community Services Instagram Photo

Mission Community Services offering shelter during extreme weather

The shelter on Logan Avenue has 10 beds and is open from October to April

With wintery weather finding the Fraser Valley this past week, Mission Community Services has an option for those in need to stay warm.

The Extreme Weather Response shelter on Logan Avenue features 10 beds for people over the age of 19. The shelter is open 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily between October 15 and April 15.

The shelters are pet friendly and available during challenging weather situations such as temperatures below zero, heavy rain or snow, and strong winds.

The beds are primarily for homeless and at risk individuals, with youth beds available as well.

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