Emergency Center Gets a Full House

ALBUQUERQUE’S WEST SIDE EMERGENCY HOUSING CENTER IS PROVING TO BE AN IMPORTANT RESOURCE FOR THE CITY’S HOMELESS COMMUNITY. THE CITY SAYS THE CENTER, NOW OPENED YEAR-ROUND, IS AVERAGING AROUND 300 PEOPLE EACH NIGHT.

NOW THE CITY IS EXPANDING IT’S SHUTTLE SERVICE THAT PICKS-UP PEOPLE FROM SEVERAL LOCATIONS. THE SHUTTLE WILL NOW STOP AT “GOD’S WAREHOUSE” ON CENTRAL AS WELL AS STOPS MADE AT CORONADO PARK ON MCKNIGHT AVENUE NORTHWEST AND “HOPE WORKS DAY SHELTER” ON 3RD STREET.

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