Midland Division Warming Centers

Feb 8, 2021

The Salvation Army Midland Division Warming Centers are open in Missouri and Illinois   

The Salvation Army Midland Division is opening daytime warming centers in Missouri and Illinois as a result of the Excessive Cold Advisory issued by the National Weather Service. Warming center locations are activated when a Cold Advisory is issued when the Cold Index is expected to reach 32 degrees or air temperature reaches, below freezing. A Cold Warning is issued - when the Cold index is expected to reach, at least 32 degrees for two consecutive days with a minimum Cold index no lower than 32 degrees at night or if a Cold Advisory is expected to last four or more days.

The Salvation Army Corps will operate warming centers in collaboration with local coalitions. A Corps is The Salvation Army’s worship centers. The locations and HRS. of the warming centers are listed here.


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