HALO Shelter enters into emergency overnight capacity in response to droppping temperatures
SALISBURY, Md.- The HALO Shelter in Salisbury is opening its doors to the homeless tonight ahead of the freezing conditions.
The shelter says they have 10 beds available for women, 5 for men, and more if needed, as well as a hot meal for anyone who wants one.
Their emergency weather hours started Friday at 4 pm and will run into tomorrow morning.
Director Celeste Savage is calling on community members to let anyone they see out in the cold know that a warm shelter is an option they have Friday and Saturday nights.
“We just ask you if you see someone out there to let them know to come to HALO well have a cot ready for you, just get them inside and out of this bitter blast ,” she said.
They are also thanking the community for their donations and volunteers that help make these emergency services possible.