Roseburg Dream Center will not open warming center this winter

If the center were to close down due to an outbreak, they would not be able to provide food and clothes to those in need.

Posted: Dec 18, 2020 5:33 PM
Updated: Dec 18, 2020 5:33 PM

ROSEBURG, Ore. – Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Roseburg Dream Center has decided not to operate a warming center this year.

Cases are rising and most Oregon counties are considered at extreme risk and are under strict COVID-19 restrictions to slow the spread.

The center is known for giving people a place to stay during extreme or cold weather, as well as handing out clothing and food boxes to those in need.

However, if the center were to close due to an outbreak, they wouldn’t be able to offer that essential food or clothing.

The center is asking for donations of sleeping bags, tarps and other items that can keep people warm and dry outside.

This decision comes after the Roseburg City Council amended an ordinance, making it easier to open a warming shelter during these times.

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