Information for Extreme Weather Conditions
Due to the Extreme Weather conditions over the next 3 days (January 29-31) most shelters, libraries and city services are offering extended hours at warming centers to accommodate anyone that needs help. Often services include lunch and/or supper and shelters are available for overnight accommodations. Please see the list below. For further information you can call your city hall or contact one of the emergency shelter programs at www.suburbancook.org/emergency.
Suburban Warming Centers download flyer
Catholic Charities has warming sites throughout the area. Click here for more information.
Northern Cook County Suburbs
Journeys | The Road Home Extended Hours at the Hope Center from 7 am until 7 pm including regularly schedule PADS program for overnight shelter. Specific shelter information at www.journeystheroadhome.org
Interfaith Action offers an emergency pads program every night until the end of February. More information can be found at www.interfaithactionofevanston.org.
Further Warming Center information in Evanston download flyer
South and West
BEDS Plus is offering expanded warming hours and transportation. Please see https://patch.com/illinois/oaklawn/shelters-rush-get-suburban-homeless-inside-during-cold-snap for further information.
Housing Forward Warming Centers download flyer
Bethel Family Resource Center has expanded hours and break, lunch and dinner available. download flyer
South Suburban PADS shelter and warming centers download flyer