Warming centers opening in Hudson Valley with snow chances, cold temps expected

There will be warming centers available for people in need of help staying warm this weekend in Orange County.

News 12 Staff

Nov 18, 2022, 1:36 PM

Updated 556 days ago

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There will be warming centers available for people in need of help staying warm this weekend in Orange County.
The Orange County Government Facebook page listed a number of municipalities with available resources. A full list is below, or you can visit this link
Middletown Warming Station, located at 8-10 Mulberry St. Scheduled to open on Sunday, Nov. 20.
Port Jervis Warming Station, located at 31 West Main St. Already open.
Newburgh Warming Station, located at Newburgh Ministry on 13 Bridge St. Open year-round.
Senior citizens are at higher risk for hypothermia than other adults. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please visit the county’s Housing Resource Center (HRC) from 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 141 Broadway in Newburgh. You can also call Helping Others Needing Our Resources (HONOR), Orange County’s contracted homeless provider, for assistance at (845)343-7115. HONOR, located in Middletown, is open 24 hours a day. There is also an HRC location at 18 Seward Ave. in Middletown.
In addition to HONOR, residents can call the Orange County Crisis Call Center at 311 or 1-800-832-1200. The Orange County Crisis Call Center is available to individuals who have substance-use disorders, developmental disabilities and/or mental illness and their loved ones.
It is also a resource for individuals who need some emotional support or are struggling with obtaining food resources due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.


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