After spring-like temperatures earlier this week, winter has come roaring back, and with temperatures taking a deadly, nose-dive this weekend, Ulster County wants all of it's residents to know that they have your back.

If you, or someone you know is homeless, or you find yourself in a desperate situation this weekend, don't take a chance by staying out in these frigid temperatures, head to Ulster County's Warming Center, hosted by the Clinton Avenue United Methodist Church.

According to Ulster County Executive Mike Hein,  the center will remain open from 6 pm to 7 am through this Monday, March 13.  Folks from the American Red Cross will staff the center and any homeless adult, 18 years or older, is welcome to come in and take shelter from the cold. The Family of Woodstock also provide resources for those in need.

The Warming Center will also provide a hot meal in the evening and breakfast in the morning. If you need additional help, please call 845-679-2485.