They extend shelters for families and homeless people against new snowfall that would affect Micklenburg

They extend shelters for families and homeless people against new snowfall that would affect Micklenburg

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North Carolina, Charlotte - Individuals and families who are homeless this weekend, when a new snowfall is expected, they can house in shelters arranged in Misklenburg county from today Friday, January 28 until Sunday, January 30, January 30.

Salvation Army Center of Hope and Roof Above shelters have expanded their beds during the pandemic, and put into practice the social distancing security measures based on the indications of the disease control and prevention centers (CDC) (CDC).

These shelters in turn work with the Mushlenburg Count.

Amplían refugios para familias y personas sin techo ante nueva nevada que afectaría a Mecklenburg

On the other hand, the COVID-19 unit of the Public Health Department of Mecklenburg County will continue to work with the shelters during the new snowfall to provide the necessary resources.

“Community approach equipment will continue to contact the homeless to inform them about available resources.Misklenburg county and shelters will be closely monitor.


ROOF ABOVE Men's shelters have expanded capacity by adding mats.Men can reach the Lucille Giles shelter, located in 3410 statesville bird.From 4:30 p.m.

In addition, its day service center will be operating from 9:00 4:00 p.m.There will be limited interior seats, as well as access to bathrooms.

Masks will be required to enter.In addition, there will also be outdoor seats with radiated heaters in a way that meets the public health guidelines of Misklenburg County.

Salvation Army refuge for women and families

The Center of Hope Refuge of Salvation Army provides refuge to single women and families.During an extreme climatic event, the center expands capacity in 50 beds.It is located in 534 Spratt Street, in Charlotte.

Women and families can access this shelter by calling 2-1-1 or going to the place between 9:00 a.m..m.and 8:30 p.m.

For those who need transport: the bus system of the Charlotte (CATS) traffic system will transport people to these shelters at no cost, from Friday 28 to Sunday, January 30 during the day.

Passengers should simply identify a refuge location designated for the driver.