The City of Duluth announced that the warming center located at the Rainbow Center will be open this week through Christmas.

After the upcoming winter storm passes, temperatures are expected to fall into the single digits with windchills well below zero. The warming house will be open most nights this week from 8 PM to 8 AM and will open at 6 PM on Christmas Eve and remain open for 24 hours on Christmas Day.

The warming center will also welcome Lake Superior Community Health Center this week, they will be providing COVID-19 testing and acute care services. These services from Lake Superior Community Health Center will be available every other week.

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The warming center is a partnership between CHUM, St. Louis County, the City of Duluth, Duluth HRA, and Loaves & Fishes and provides a safe overnight warming space for people experiencing homelessness and other people in need within the community.

The warming center at the Rainbow Center is located at 211 N 3rd Ave E. Additionally, the CHUM Drop-In will also be open 24 hours as a warming center for anyone who needs it.

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