As the weather gets colder, warming centers are opening their doors around the state.
In Flint, the Catholic Charities Holy Angels Warming Center runs 24/7, starting today through the end of March.
It’s not intended as a shelter, just a safe place out of the cold where people can get a meal.
But Catholic Charities’ Vicki Schultz says people end up staying permanently over the winter.
The center can fit about 65 people a night and is intended for adults, but last winter was so brutal, 179 kids came in over the season.