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List of Pinellas and Hillsborough cold weather shelters

Shelters generally begin accepting guests between 6 and 6:30 p.m. and are open until 6 a.m. Guests will receive dinner, a place to sleep and breakfast the next morning.

Officials will review the forecast before deciding which shelters are open.

Pinellas County

Shelters for adults:

Clearwater: St. Cecelia Catholic Church, 820 Jasmine Way

Pinellas Park: Boys & Girls Club of the Suncoast, 7790 61st St. N

St. Petersburg: Salvation Army, 1400 Fourth St. S; the Turning Point, 1801 Fifth Ave. N

Tarpon Springs: St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, 812 E Tarpon Ave.

Shelters open to families with children:

Clearwater: First United Methodist Church of Clearwater, 411 Turner St.; Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church (backup shelter), 110 S Fort Harrison Ave.

St. Petersburg: American Church of the Beatitudes, 2812 Eighth St. N; Northside Baptist Church, 6000 38th Ave. N; Northwest Presbyterian Church, 6330 54th Ave. N

Hillsborough County

Wimauma: Bethune Park Rural Shelter (South County), 5809 Edina St. (For adults and families.)

Brandon: Brandon Community Center, 510 E Sadie St. (For homeless individuals and families with children in the Brandon area.)

Tampa: Metropolitan Ministries, 2010 N Florida Ave. in Tampa (for families)

Tampa: Salvation Army, 1514 N Florida Ave. in Tampa (adults only)

List of Pinellas and Hillsborough cold weather shelters 01/06/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 6, 2010 1:07pm]
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