YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — Amid the expansive power outages following the high winds on Saturday, groups and organizations across the Valley are offering resources to help those affected by the storm.
Austintown: A warming and charging center will be available at the Austintown Senior Center at 112 Westchester Drive.
Cortland: Cortland Christian Church, located on Grove Street. It will be open until 8 p.m. Monday.
Hermitage: The Hermitage Volunteer Fire Department has a warming center at its Mercer Avenue location for residents. If any resident is still without power and needs to charge their phone and/or warm up as temperatures drop, call 724-342-0669 or 724-662-6110. This station will only be staffed on an as-needed basis. Anyone wishing to use this service must call first.
Mineral Ridge: Weathersfield Fire Department is offering a warming station at its Mineral Ridge location at 3588 Main St.
Poland Township: There will be a warming and device charging station located in the Poland Township Hall at 3339 Dobbins Rd. starting at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Struthers: Warming and charging stations will be available at St. Nicks Great Hall at 764 Fifth St. and Amvets at 305 Elm Street.
Shenango Township: There will be warming stations, water and restrooms available at the township building at 3439 Hubbard-Middlesex Rd. The West Middlesex Presbyterian Church at 3082 E. Main St. will be available as a warming station as well.
Youngstown: Price Memorial Church will be open from 3:30-7 p.m. Monday to the community. People can charge their phones and there will be some resources there and community health workers. Metro Assembly of God is also offering a heated facility with charging stations and hot meals at its location at 2530 South Ave.
This list will be updated as more stations become available.