St. Vincent de Paul’s Shelter prepares for arctic blast this week


St. Vincent de Paul’s Bishop Ott Shelter Program is starting to prepare for upcoming cold nights in the Baton Rouge Area.

The shelter is expanding bed capacity in anticipation of homeless men, women and children in need of a warm place to sleep in the nights to come.

According to the shelter, cold temperatures put extra stress on the limit resources and volunteers available. For more information and to make a contribution visit .

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