With the continuing subzero temperatures, homeless advocates are speaking out.
Mental health officials are urging Erie's homeless population to get indoors.
They say there are gaps in the schedule where homeless are unable to get indoors and are stuck outside.
MHA officials say there is a need for more facilities and extended hours in order to protect the homeless.
The Mental Health Association's warming center is extending its hours.
During these frigid days, the warming center is open from 11 p.m. until 7:30 a.m.
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