South Plains Homeless Consortium and Salvation Army Hit the Streets

The Homeless Consortium is getting a head count of the homeless population in Lubbock with support from the Salvation Army
The South Plains Homeless Consortium will be conducting a Point-in-Time count in coordination with the Survive the Night outreach.

The Point-in-Time count is a time for volunteers to actively find homeless people in the city of Lubbock to provide an accurate count and statistics on the homeless situation.

People located through the Point-In-Time count will be given the opportunity to move in to the Salvation Army for the night to avoid freezing overnight temperatures.

If they choose not to go to the Salvation Army they will be visited by the Salvation Army Canteen as part of the Survive the Night Outreach.

The canteen provides a warm meal, blankets, gloves, socks, etc. to anyone found on the streets during the freezing weather.

The Canteen will leave the Salvation Army at 6 pm.
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