The veterans and women and children locations have a few openings most nights. Alpha Project, though, is at capacity every night, with waiting lists of 50 to 200, depending on the weather.
"Someone doesn't show up for bed check and that bed's rolled up; our outreach team goes out at 9 o'clock down the street and people cue up. We'll bring 'em in, start the process," Bob McElroy, of the Alpha Project, said.
The goal is to get them into housing and jobs within a few months.