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List of cold shelters in the Carolinas

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Several organizations in the Carolinas are offering emergency shelter as a winter storm system approaches the area.

Here is a list of shelter locations:

Salvation Army Emergency Shelter
417 Rutherford Street, Greenville, SC, 29609
864-235-4803

Miracle Hill Rescue Missions - Greenville
575 W Washington Street, Greenville SC 29601
864-242-6933

Miracle Hill Rescue Missions - Gaffney
227 Henderson Street, Gaffney, SC 29341
864-488-0376

Miracle Hill Rescue Missions - Spartanburg
189 N Forest Street, Spartanburg, SC 29301
864-583-1628

Hillcrest Baptist Church Warming Shelter
1300 Anderson Drive, Williamston, SC 29697
864-847-7521

Duncan United Methodist Church
Family life Center
West Main Street at Leonard Street, Duncan

Pickens Presbyterian Church
311 West Main Street.  Pickens, SC 29671

Encounter Church
1905 North Limestone Street, Gaffney, SC 29340

First Baptist Church Greenville
847 Cleveland St. Greenville, SC 29601

The following shelters are offering Code Purple services in Buncombe County:

A-Hope Day Center
19 North Ann Street, Asheville, NC 28801
828-252-8883

ABCCM Veteran’s Quarters
1329 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC 28805
828-299-8791

Salvation Army
204 Haywood Street, Asheville NC, 28801
828-253-4723

Western Carolina Rescue Ministries
225 Patton Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801
828-254-1529

If you know of another shelter location, please contact us at foxcarolinanews@foxcarolina.com or 864-213-2121.

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