Houston area emergency shelters

HOUSTON - In addition to the Red Cross Warming Center, the Salvation Army will have their normal emergency shelters open to anyone needing a place to stay during this time. 

Those in the homeless community who need free MetroLift rides to shelters, the Midtown warming center or the sobering center tonight should call 311. 

Sally's House - Salvation Army of Houston
Women only
1717 Congress
Houston, Texas 77002
(713) 223-8889

Family Residence - Salvation Army of Houston
Families and children
1603 McGowen
Houston, Texas 77004
(713) 650-6530

Harbor Light Center and Red Shield Lodge - Salvation Army of Houston
Men only
2407 North Main
Houston, TX 77009
(713) 224-2875


The American Red Cross will graciously open a temporary warming center from 8 p.m. Tuesday until 8 a.m. Wednesday.

This temporary warming center is open to the public and should be utilized by citizens who need a warm place to remain overnight rather than being in a dwelling with no heat or outdoors. This is not a shelter. The facility will only be open until 8 a.m. Wednesday.

The warming center has been set up in the Recreation Center of the South Main Baptist Church located at 200 Colquitt Street in between Main Street and US 59 in midtown.

Anyone in need of a shelter would like to call to request transportation to this warming center or another shelter facility, call 311 for transportation assistance.

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