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Springfield Extends Warming Center Through Noon
SPRINGFIELD -- The City of Springfield, along with partners including the Salvation Army, Red Cross, Clark County Combined Health Department, and Clark County Emergency Management Agency, will extend the operation of a Service Center for Warming Purposes, at 15 S. Plum St., until noon Wednesday.
People in need of assistance may visit the service center or call the Salvation Army at 937-322-3434 during business hours. Inquiries after hours can be made by calling 211.
The Service Center for Warming Purposes has been a tremendous service to our citizens," City Manager Jim Bodenmiller said. "It would not have been possible without the support of many local agencies and organizations. The City's Community Development Department initiated and coordinated the project. The Salvation Army, Red Cross, and Clark County Combined Health District have provided services and leadership that are deeply appreciated. The Clark County Emergency Management Agency has guided logistics and support. Over 17 local organizations have provided assistance, food and clothing to assist in this weather emergency. I am grateful for the coordinated efforts and support our community has demonstrated.
More than 20 individuals have received services at the center since it opened on Sunday. Services have included medical assistance, meals, shelter and clothing. Interfaith Hospitality Network has coordinated efforts with the center to provide assistance to many in need.
Mental Health Services, Springfield Regional Medical Center, Ohio Valley Surgery Center, Med Assist, the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association, the Lions Club, and the Medical Reserve Corp have provided medical supplies, medical support, and personal protective equipment. Through a partnership lead by the Clark County Combined Health District, with area doctors including the Rocking Horse Center and Wright State, guests have had the opportunity to receive on site non-emergency medical assistance. Flu shots and pneumonia vaccinations have been made available.
St. Vincent de Paul, the Springfield Soup Kitchen, Second Harvest Food Bank, Lees Famous Recipe, and Bada Bing Pizza have provided food supplies and volunteer time during the operation of the center.
The Clark County Humane Society also has been on standby to assist with pets that may have been brought to the shelter during this weather event.
The City of Springfield Safety Service Divisions including Police, Fire Rescue, and Dispatch as well as staff from the City Service Center have provided coordination and leadership through evening hours as temperatures dropped to the lowest in recent decades.
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