SALISBURY, Md. - As temperatures start falling overnight, those without homes are especially vulnerable and in need of a place to keep warm.
In Salisbury, two shelters will open for men only this week. St. Peters Episcopal Church is accepting upwards of 30 guests to stay overnight. Also, Bethesda United Methodist is also taking men looking for a place to stay the night, setting their limit at 35.
Both shelters will be open as apart of this winter's Community Emergency Shelter Project. Click here to see the complete schedule.