Warming stations will open again starting Saturday night

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(WTVY) — COFFEE COUNTY
The Christian Mission, located at 231 Geneva Highway, will provide a warming station for those needing it. For more information regarding the Christian Mission call (334) 470-0349.

GENEVA COUNTY
Geneva: The Purpose and Promise Ministry, 312 West Magnolia in Geneva will provide a warming station each night beginning Saturday, January 13th through Wednesday evening, January 17th. Check-in each evening will begin at 5 p.m. Anyone needing a place to get out of the cold is welcomed. Cots and blankets will be provided. The center will close each following morning at 8 a.m. The warming station will officially close at 8 a.m. Thursday morning, January 18th. VOLUNTEERS and supplies are needed. Supplies like soup, coffee, bottled water, and nonperishable foods. Supplies can be dropped off at the Purpose and Promise Ministry. If you would like to VOLUNTEER or for more info, call 334-248-3956 or 334-447-1286

Hartford: Hartford Police Chief said protection from cold temperatures will be on an as needed basis. Requests for shelter should be directed to the police department at 334-588-2222.

HOUSTON COUNTY
Saturday, January 13th
First Baptist Church Dothan, 300 West Main St. in the Family Life Center directly behind the Church. Doors will open from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. No check-in after 9 p.m. The warming station will close Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Cots will be spread out and a warm place available for the night. Food will also be provided. OVERNIGHT VOLUNTEERS are needed. If you would like to volunteer, call 334-790-4031 and leave a message.

Sunday, January 14th
The Harbor in downtown Dothan at 320 North Foster (corner of Foster & Burdeshaw). Doors will open from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. No check-in after 9 p.m. As temperatures rise Monday morning the warming station will close for the day around 8 a.m. Cots will be spread out, and a warm place for the night will be available. Snacks, coffee and drinks will also be provided. OVERNIGHT VOLUNTEERS are needed. Snacks and non-perishable food is needed. If you would like to volunteer or provide snacks and non-perishable food, call 334-790-4031 and leave a message.

Monday, January 15th
No Warming Station to Open at This Time

Tuesday, January 16th
The Harbor in downtown Dothan at 320 North Foster (corner of Foster & Burdeshaw). Doors will open from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. No check-in after 9 p.m. As temperatures rise Wednesday morning the warming station will close for the day around 8 a.m. Cots will be spread out, and a warm place for the night will be available. Snacks, coffee and drinks will also be provided. OVERNIGHT VOLUNTEERS are needed. Snacks and non-perishable food is needed. If you would like to volunteer or provide snacks and non-perishable food, call 334-790-4031 and leave a message.

Wednesday, January 17th
First Baptist Church Dothan, 300 West Main St. in the Family Life Center directly behind the Church. Doors will open from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. No check-in after 9 p.m. The warming station will close Thursday morning at 9 a.m. Cots will be spread out and a warm place available for the night. Food will also be provided. OVERNIGHT VOLUNTEERS are needed. If you would like to volunteer, call 334-790-4031 and leave a message.

As always, public buildings in the city of Dothan such as recreation centers and libraries will be open during normal business hours for those who need a place to warm up during the daytime.

PLEASE NOTE: Dialing 2-1-1 or 888-421-1266 is available 24/7 to find out current warming shelter information and how you can help.



 
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