Joy Junction Open and Ready to Help During Winter Storm; Mobile Feeding Unit on Normal Schedule and Providing Food and Hot Beverages  

News Release from Jeremy Reynalds

at Joy Junction


As Albuquerque works its way through a massive snow storm, Joy Junction, New Mexico’s largest emergency homeless shelter, is open and ready to help.

Joy Junction Founder and CEO Dr. Jeremy Reynalds said, “While this weather poses a threat to everyone, it is perhaps especially dangerous to the homeless and unhoused. I encourage everyone to call us at 800 924 0569 if they see someone in need, and we will send out our van to check on them. We are open 24/7.”

Reynalds added that the shelter’s mobile feeding unit, the Lifeline of Hope, will be maintaining a normal schedule, and that if anyone knows any place where the homeless are gathering and could use a warm meal, to call Joy Junction at 800 924 0569.

The Lifeline of Hope provides coffee, hot meals, sack lunches and when available blankets and sleeping bags.

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