OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The city of Oakland is opening winter shelters starting Monday to address the needs of homeless people in the upcoming cold weather months.

The Winter Response strategy, a collaboration between Oakland, Emeryville and Alameda County, will provide shelters for every night of the winter, city officials said.

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The shelters will open to clients by 6 p.m. daily and close by 8 a.m. the next morning, and will operate until April 16.

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The St. Vincent de Paul Society site at 675 23rd St. in West Oakland can be contacted at (510) 638-7600 and has 50 beds available by vouchers and 15 on a first-come, first-served basis, city officials said.

A smaller East Oakland Community Project Crossroads shelter at 7515 International Blvd. in East Oakland can be contacted at (510) 532-3211 and has 10 overflow beds available.

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St. Mary’s Center at 925 Brockhurst St. has 25 beds available for seniors and other vulnerable populations. The center can be contacted at (510) 923-9600, city officials said.