Glendale hosts relief station during heat warning

Posted 7/10/20

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services will activate a heat relief station in Glendale during the Excessive Heat Warning days issued by the National Weather Service through Monday, July …

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Glendale hosts relief station during heat warning

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The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services will activate a heat relief station in Glendale during the Excessive Heat Warning days issued by the National Weather Service through Monday, July 13.

The relief station at Glendale Corps Community Center, 6010 W. Northern Ave., will be open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. each day and on any day the National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning.

A mobile hydration unit will also be dispatched 11 a.m.-5 p.m. each day through July 13 to targeted portions of the Valley that have been identified as homeless encampments and areas with high homeless populations.

To maximize safety, The Salvation Army’s heat relief efforts, which have assisted more than 11,000 people so far this year, follow current recommended COVID-19 guidelines from local, state and federal health officials.

To donate visit SalvationArmyPhoenix.org or text HEAT to 51555. To volunteer at a heat relief station call 602-267-4100.

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