The Salvation Army, in partnership with the City, will be operating the warming center for drop-ins when temperatures hit 32 degrees and lower this winter. The site will be available in addition to regular homeless shelters located throughout the City, allowing more people to get out of the cold.
The Salvation Army Community Center at 222 E. Indiana will serve as the single warming center for homeless individuals and families from Nov. 1 through Feb. 28.
- The warming center program accommodates single adult men, single adult women and families with children. Hours of operation will be 8 pm to 7 am.