Some people are still without power from last week's winter storm, and tomorrow's winds could leave more people in the dark.
So, the Salvation Army wants people to know that if you are without heat and supplies, there is one place you can turn to.
"We're just a couple nights stay. It just depends on if they're from Muskingum, Perry, and Morgan counties. There's steps that we do have to follow, but whatever it is they need, we pretty much let them stay for a couple days, " says Shelter Assistant Case Manager, Carolyn Burrell.
The shelter offers blankets, clothing, food, water, and beds while people wait to be able to go back home.