Emergency Shelter Opens Early

Emergency Shelter Opens Early


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(KSL News) -- An emergency shelter for Utah's homeless has opened a little earlier to give men and women a few more nights of warmth.

Every winter the Road Home makes room for more beds at its main facility in downtown at the St. Vincent De Paul Center, and at a facility in Midvale.

Because of the cold temperatures at night, staff made the beds available over the weekend instead at St. Vincent De Paul and the main facility -- about four days earlier then usual.

The Road Home is the largest homeless shelter in Utah, serving nearly 500 homeless.

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