Homeless turning to shelters

Winter months prove to be tough for those who may not have a place to lay their head at night.

The Center for the Homeless expects a full house each during the dangerously cold weather.

November 1st was the beginning of weather amnesty, allowing places like the Center for the Homeless to take in 15-25 additional people a night. 

They are also able to take people in during the day. 

The center is also in need of donations of winter clothing, blankets and towels.

They also need volunteers.

Taya Groover the Chief Development Office of the Center for the Homeless says, "We are open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day there is always people here we always need help. So having a volunteer is so important."

Visit their website for more information on donating and volunteering.

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