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“A heavy heart”

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This is a post I placed on another blog of mine on February 12, 2014, about something I had posted on Facebook on February 11, 2014.  I was deep in thought that morning and feeling both hopeful and hopeless at the same time.  It was an odd place to say the least, but I will let my words from that day speak for themselves.

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“It’s Cold. How Many Seeking Shelter at Night?”

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This January 3, 2014 article on the WSEE News website talks about the efforts of the Mental Health Association (MHA) in Erie, PA to help the homeless get in out of the cold when the temp drops to 25 degrees or less.

 

“Luzerne County homeless shelter celebrates decade of service”

A homeless woman sitting at a monument in Wash...

A homeless woman sitting at a monument in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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This November 1, 2012 article talks about the services provided to homeless women by Ruth’s Place which is celebrating 10 years of service.

Warming Center at MHA

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This resource link takes you to a page about the Mental Health Association (MHA) Warming Center in Erie, PA.  They open their doors when temperatures become dangerously cold in the winter, and this site explains not only about the center, but how folks can help them help others.

“Erie shelters to ask churches to help with homeless”

Lake Erie 01/29/2005

Lake Erie 01/29/2005 (Photo credit: kuddlyteddybear2004)

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This October 18, 2012 article on the GoErie.com website talks about a request made to Erie churches to help give shelter during the winter for people who are homeless in and around Erie, PA.

“Kittanning’s Drop In Center works to meet needs of homeless”

 

Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Armstrong County

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Found in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Live website, this article talks about one drop-in center’s attempt to help people who are homeless in Kittanning.  The article is dated January 21, 2012.

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