A message from the Sullivan County webpage:
In light of the continuing frigid weather, Sullivan County will keep its two warming shelters open tonight through Monday night in Liberty and Monticello:
– United Methodist Church, 170 North Main Street, Liberty
– Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 2 Jefferson Street, Monticello
These facilities will be open to anyone from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. from Friday, January 28 to Monday, January 31 (through the morning of Tuesday, February 1).
PLEASE NOTE: Masks are required due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A comprehensive and interactive map of these locations is available on the County website at www.sullivanny.us/Departments/RealProperty/GISData. Click on the “Warming and Cooling Center Locator” app button at the bottom of the page.
In addition, the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) – which can provide funds for fuel and heating system repair/replacement – continues Countywide, including aid for emergency heating situations. For more information, call 845-807-0142.
During the daytime hours (12-1 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, except holidays), the Federation for the Homeless at 9 Monticello Street in Monticello offers takeout food, and afterhours emergency food requests can be made to the Federation at 845-798-8774. The Federation’s pantry is open to all (no documentation required) from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. every Friday, as well.
DISCLAIMER: This information is sponsored by the partners listed in the event below. It is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Monticello Central School District. Monticello Central School District is distributing this information as a public service. Any marketing materials regarding this information were reproduced by the sponsoring group(s) at no cost to the school district