Multiple warning centers open up in Texas as winter storms strike the state as freezing temperatures and winter storms strengthen. To combat the situation and extreme weather, especially in Central Texas, warming centers are being set up to provide food and shelter for the needy. Such community centers are also accepting donations of packaged food as well as blankets to ensure that the citizens are equipped with the bare minimum support to combat the cold and the rain.
Warming Centers Texas: Multiple shelters open
Warming Centers Texas across the state have been setup to provide the basic amenities for those in need. The city of Killeen has partnered with the Killeen Housing Authority along with other communities centers and will accept donations of food in its original packaging and blankets that are brand new, odor free and in the original packaging. The city said to call 254-327-1164 extension 13 for checking on the necessities. The North and Central parts of Texas are the worst affected from these extreme climatic conditions and hence most of the warming centers that are setup are in these locations.
Helplines set-up in Temple, Texas
The city of Temple in Texas has set up warming centers as well since Sunday night as temperatures plummet accompanied by the cold and the rain. The Salvation Army, located at 419 W. Ave. G will be open starting Sunday night and plans to be open all week. For more information, you can contact (254) 774-9996. The Impact Church will also be open starting Sunday which is located at 306 E. Adams Ave., the center will be open at 6 p.m. until at least 2 p.m. tomorrow. Citizens can also contact Impact Church at (254) 493-5422 for further information. Even, Richardson City in Texas is also opening the police department lobby to those needing shelter, as long as the need exists.
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