Homeless or cold? County warming center to remain open Tue through Thur
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Homeless at Journal Square in Jersey City, the Hoboken PATH station and elsewhere will have a place to go as the county opens its warming center for the upcoming storm, through Thursday.
Homeless at Journal Square in Jersey City, the Hoboken PATH station and elsewhere will have a place to go as the county opens its warming center for the upcoming storm, through Thursday.
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HUDSON COUNTY -- After consulting with County Office of Emergency Management Director James Woods regarding recent weather reports, the county has decided to keep open the Hudson County Warming Center Kearny continuously from Tuesday, March 6 night through Thursday, March 8. The pick-up and drop-off times at the predesignated locations will remain in effect unless another course of action is required pursuant to Hudson County’s Severe Weather Plan.

Hudson County shelters will remain open. Furthermore, most day-time programs are scheduled to be open unless the weather necessitates an early closing or closed offices for Wednesday.

All required county, municipal agencies, and police departments have been contacted by the Hudson County Office of Homeless Services (OHS) and advised of the declaration of a “Code Blue” Alert by the Hudson County Office of Emergency Management.

If you are homeless or have no heat, a call or visit to the police or your local shelter should provide you with instructions on where to go to stay warm through the storm and cold temperatures.

The county also has a homeless hotline: 800-624-0287.
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