Forecasted Cold Front Prompts Valley Shelters to Open, Heaters Available
WESLACO – This week’s forecasted cold front has prompted shelters in the Rio Grande Valley to open their doors.
The following shelters will be taking in people who need a place to stay warm:
656 North Minnesota Avenue
Loaves and Fishes
514 South “E” Street
1600 N. 23rd Street
Valid ID is required
First Baptist Church
600 S Kansas
Qualifying families can apply at their Edinburg offices. Qualifications are based on income and age.
We’ll update this list as other shelters open.
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