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Warming Centers

February 2nd, 2023 · No Comments · Children, City Library, News, Teens

Warming Centers:

1269 Cafe:  Day services and recovery oriented warming station running daily.  Should we run into a capacity issue at 1269, we will open warming station overflow at the old Bus Station.  Fire Squad One and outreach partners are providing regular safety monitoring and checks to help folks access warming.

Fri. 2/3/23 update! Waypoint’s Drop-In Center will be operating as a Warming Center for young adults ages 18-24. The Drop-In opened this morning and will stay open until 7pm on Sunday evening. We have cots available for young people to sleep throughout the evening. If you’re connected to a young person who is in need of a safe, warm space, please send them to 298 Hanover Street in Manchester or connect them with our staff. We can help with transportation if needed. During business hours, staff can be reached at 603-518-4170. During the evening and weekend, staff can be reached at 1-800-640-6486.

Emergency Shelters:

Families In Transition continues to have open beds

The new emergency shelter run by the City at 39 Beech Street opens tonight, 2/2/23 at 7PM.  This will be managed by the fire department thru the weekend and will replace the services provided at the Cashin Center which will close for warming.  40 cots will be provided along with on-site storage and meals.  On Monday 2/6, the emergency shelter will transfer over to new staff and management and the space will be able to accommodate showers and service-enriched day space thru April 30th. 

The new YWCA emergency shelter for women at 15 Brook Street will open  Monday 2/6/23.  This will offer 14-16 beds for women and will prioritize partner agency referrals.  The space will provide also service enriched day space in the Annex on site.  Guest will have on site access to storage, meals, showers, and laundry.

Stay safe, everyone!

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