Shelters Set Up for Those in Need

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/02 5:39 pm
Homeless shelters are in place throughout the Lexington area and in Scott County.

24-hour locations include...

• Catholic Action Center, 400 East Fifth Street

• Hope Center Emergency Shelter for Men, 360 West Loudon Avenue

• Salvation Army Emergency Shelter for Women and Children, 722 West Main Street

• Arbor Youth Services MASH Drop Inn Center (for Youth 0-17 Years Old), 536 West Third Street

The Red Cross is also on standby in case the city needs to provide additional shelter.

Residents in Scott County who may need shelter from the storm can go to John L Hill Chapel at Georgetown College, 400 East College Street. Anyone needing to use this shelter will need to check in with college security in the Cralle Student Center first (adjacent to the Chapel).
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