Help needed for warming centers

The colder weather brings life-threatening conditions for those who don’t have shelter. The Salem Warming Network seeks to limit the harsh weather impacts by providing a place for people experiencing homelessness or housing instability when the temperature reaches 32 degrees through the winter months.

The warming centers are considered a “low-barrier” shelter. The spaces are co-ed and service animals and pets . . .

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