York City Coffee Spot to offer services to homeless

Logan Hullinger
York Dispatch
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Two local volunteer organizations plan to help York City's homeless population through free snacks, coffee and a variety of other services.

York Community Assisted Resources & Essential Services and the Children’s Aid Society will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for The Coffee Spot at noon Friday, July 13, at the South Duke Street entrance for the Salvation Army, 50 E. King St., according to a Tuesday, July 3, news release.

The facility will offer cold drinks, coffee, snacks and a variety of other services to the local homeless population, according to the release.

Attendees are urged to participate in community conversations while utilizing the services. Access to restrooms and a mailbox alsowill be available, the release states.

The goal is to "help address the needs of those living in homelessness," according to the release.

The facility will be open weekdays from 1-2:30 p.m., and is expected to remain open all day in the future, the release added.