One resource working hard to make themselves available is the Lubbock Police Homeless Outreach Team, who is all too familiar with how drastic change in weather can greatly affect one's living situation.
"When you have an environment 77 degrees today and probably wind chills of zero and that wreak havoc on your body," said Sgt. Steven Bergen, LPD H.O.T unit. "So, what we've been doing is going around and just telling people prepare this weekend probably going to be some snow ice along those lines and just help them get prepared."
However, regardless of time of year, or weather, Pastor Perez says the issue is one that remains on-going.
"I don't think anything is permanent in life, but we can extend our hand out and help every once in awhile."
Restoring Hope-Lubbock posted to their Facebook page asking the community to continue helping folks in Johnson's position to donate blankets to Crest Tires locations around town. From there, they will be delivered to the homeless in Lubbock.
Johnson's family also shared with EverythingLubbock.com that her funeral will be Friday, January 13. One relative said that if anyone would like to help the family with funeral expenses, that they are encouraged to contact Dee Johnson: 806-702-0315.
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