Nightshift Street Ministries offers refuge to homeless women, or women who are facing abuse in emergency weather.
“They can go there for a night and then they will connect them with a safer place,” says Surrey Urban Mission Shelter Coordinator, Alethea Udell.
Udell says the shelter was desperately needed.
“There’s just a lack of space for women to go that experience abuse or who are in need of space that’s a little safer.”
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15 beds are available at the shelter and Udell says counselling is also offered.