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Waterfront Rescue Mission Opens Cold Weather Shelter Wednesday, Dec. 6

Published Dec 6, 2023

Waterfront Rescue Mission will be opening their cold weather shelter beginning at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6, for individuals seeking refuge from the cold temperatures. 

Men can stay at Waterfront Rescue Mission at no charge, and Waterfront will work with ReEntry Alliance Pensacola to house women and children overnight. If no accommodation can be made, Waterfront will still shelter anyone during cold weather emergencies.

Waterfront will remain open during the daytime to serve as a warming center for men, women and children.

For more information, monitor the local media and legitimate online and social media sources like Escambia County Emergency ManagementUS National Weather Service Mobile and Florida SERT

Click here to view the "Cold Weather Sheltering" episode of A Minute with EM

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