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Fighting high temperatures with Heat Relief

We offer cooling stations to help vulnerable neighbors amid soaring temperatures

The Salvation Army of North Texas is again opening cooling stations across our five-county region as high temperatures continue to rise. 

As temperatures rise, heat-related illness becomes a real threat in our community, especially for vulnerable communities such as seniors, the very young, people with chronic diseases, and those experiencing homelessness and poverty. 

To help, our partners Reliant and Westlake Ace Hardware will be providing bottled water and portable fans at cooling centers to combat high-heat exposure. Service locations across our five-county region will also be open to provide heat relief to the public.

Some locations will have indoor cooling stations, while others are distributing supplies as part of the drive-thru food pantry service. Depending on the unique needs of each North Texas community, we're also providing relief by:

  • Checking in on elderly or other vulnerable individuals in affected communities

  • Utilizing emergency disaster mobile feeding units (canteens) to bring relief to vulnerable populations

  • Providing financial assistance for families experiencing lost wages who may be at risk of having their utilities shut off

Since the beginning of the pandemic, The Salvation Army has provided more than $9 million in financial assistance, including utilities, to 30,00 individuals. The need for support from our generous neighbors is at an all-time high. If you're able, consider making a donation to help us continue our relief efforts.

 

Cooling Stations

Arlington Corps
Address: 712 W. Abram Street
Monday-Friday from 10am - 6pm

Carr P. Collins Social Service Center - Dallas
Address: 5302 Harry Hines Blvd.
Monday-Sunday from 9am - 5pm

Denton Corps
Address: 1508 E. McKinney Street
Monday-Friday from 7am - 4pm

Irving Corps
Address: 250 E. Grauwyler Road
Monday-Friday from 9am - 5pm

Lewisville Service Center
Address: 206 W. Main Street
Monday-Friday from 10am - 12pm

Mabee Social Services Center - Fort Worth
Address: 1855 E. Lancaster Avenue
Monday-Sunday from 9am - 5pm

McKinney Corps
Address: 600 Wilson Creek Parkway
Monday-Friday from 10am - 4pm

Northside Corps - Fort Worth
Address: 3023 NW 24th St.
Monday-Thursday from 9am - 12pm, 1pm - 5pm

Oak Cliff Corps
Address: 1617 W. Jefferson Boulevard
Monday-Friday from 9am - 2pm

Waxahachie Corps
Address: 620 Farley Street
Monday-Friday from 9am - 4pm

 

 

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