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Warming Shelters

The Salvation Army of North Texas has severe, winter weather shelters in each of the counties that we serve.

We've ramped up our services to help our must vulnerable neighbors stay warm and safe.

 

Our warming shelters typically activate when temperatures are lower than 36 degrees for more than two days in a row. We’re opening warming shelters to best serve our neighbors in need. These shelters will provide shelter, meals, bottles of water, coffee and hot drinks. 

We're prepared to serve in other areas of North Texas as the need arises, with multiple other locations on standby.

More information and shelters will be available as temperatures continue to drop.

 

Warming Shelter Information:
Shelters are opened when temperatures reach 36 degrees or below, consistently. Each shelter is following guidelines by the city and the county. Exact protocols may vary depending on location.

  • In Collin County, the Plano Corps and McKinney Corps will offer inclement weather shelter.
  • In Dallas County, the Garland Corps will be on standby and prepared to serve in the area as the need arises.
  • In Tarrant County, the Arlington Corps will be on standby and prepared to serve in the area as the need arises.

 

How to Help:
If you are in a position to give financially, please consider making a gift to help provide food, electricity and shelter for our neighbors.