The Turlock Gospel Mission is offering people experiencing homelessness a reprieve from the summer sun with the opening of their cooling center at 437 S. Broadway.
“Unfortunately, the typical remedies for hot temperatures don’t come easy to the homeless,” TGM said in a news release. “Air conditioning, electric fans, ample water, lighter clothing, and shade are hard to find for those living on the street, in a car or in a tent.”
To help those experiencing homelessness survive triple-digit temperatures Turlock Gospel Mission has opened a cooling center at its Broadway Street shelter. The center is open to anyone seeking relief from the heat from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
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