Warming Centers

Warming Centers

When the Camden County Health Officer declares a Severe Weather Emergency, municipalities with homeless populations, situational homeless or transient populations are expected to activate their Code Blue response plan to accommodate their immediate needs.

The Camden County Health Department and the Office of Emergency Management have worked with each municipality to ensure they have the proper resources to respond to these severe weather situations as part of their individual Code Blue plans. Each municipality has identified its own location to accommodate those in their community seeking shelter from the severe weather. A Code Blue is called when the temperature is 32 degrees or lower.

Persons seeking shelter in a warming center should contact their local municipality. Additional resources are available by calling the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services at (800) 999-9045.


Barrington Municipal Building/Borough Hall
229 Trenton Avenue, Barrington
Open 24/7 Police are in the building
Capacity 50

Brooklawn Boro Community Center
101 2 nd Street, Brooklawn
9 to 5/Monday thru Friday

Proctor Property
608 Broadway Street, Camden
9pm to 9am/7 days & during day if Code Blue is called

Joseph’s House
555 Atlantic Ave, Camden
7pm to 7am
Capacity 10

New Life Church
1721 Haddon Ave, Camden
7pm to 7am
Capacity 25

Isabel Miller Community Center
8th and Carl Miller Blvd, Camden
9pm to 7am/7 days & during day if Code Blue is called **used as an overflow site**

*Please see other options in Camden City Below*

Cherry Hill Mall
2000 Route 38 West
Cherry Hill
856-662- 7441x 11
10am to 9:30pm/MondaySaturday 11am to 6pm/Sunday or 24hrs/contact Police
Capacity 6,000 with covid

Chesilhurst Boro Community Center
511 Edwards Avenue, Chesilhurst
9am to 5pm/Monday -Friday
196 capacity

Gloucester Township 
Gloucester Township Municipal Building
1261 Chews Landing Road, Gloucester Township
24 Hours
Capacity 128

Hider Lane Senior Center
1575 Hider Lane
10am to 6pm/Monday-Friday

Haddon Heights Boro Hall
625 Station Avenue, Haddon Heights
10am to 7pm/Monday-Friday 10am to 2pm/Saturday (no Sundays)
Capacity 70

Haddon Heights Boro Library
608 Station Ave.
10am to 7pm/Monday-Friday 10am to 2pm/Saturday
Capacity -25 – masks

Mabel Kay Sr. Center
24 Walnut Street, Haddonfield
9am to 4pm/Monday-Friday

Lindenwold Police Dept.
2001 Egg Harbor Rd.
Municipal Court Room – open 24/7
Capacity -100

Magnolia Boro Hall
438 W.Evesham Rd.
856- 783-1520
8:30- 4 Mon.-Fri. No weekends
Capacity 25

Mount Ephraim
Boro Hall Court
121 S. Black Horse Pike
856- 931-1546
Open 24 Hours- Manned by Police
Capacity- 10

Police Dept
2400 Bethel Ave. Suite 1
24/7 – Capacity 8 during Covid

Court Room- 
Can open any time -Capacity-30

Runnemede Boro
24N. Black Horse Pike
7am to 7pm/Monday-Friday. No weekends

Voorhees Town Center
2120 Voorhees Town Center
856-627-5858 or 429-7174
Notify Police Anytime

Winslow Twp. Municipal Building
125 Rte. 73S.
8:30am to 4:30pm/MondayFriday


*Not Confirmed; but anecdotal options…

1. Camden Wellness Center
400 Market St., Camden, NJ 08103 (front door, downstairs)
Wednesday-Friday: 4pm-7:30pm, Saturday: 10:30am-2pm
Drop-in peer recovery center, including peer support, groups, linkage to services, computers, warming, and food.

2. Donald Mays Wellness Center
204 White Horse Pike, Barrington, NJ 08007 
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 12-3:30pm
Drop-in peer recovery center, including peer support, groups, linkage to services, computers, warming, food, and a shower. 

3. COSTAR Homeless Program (South Jersey Behavioral Health Resources)
400 Market Street, Camden, NJ 08102 – entrance on the 4th Street side
856-602-4630 or 856-361-2700 option 5
Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm
Drop-in wellness center including warming, shower, and snacks open for all Camden County adults experiencing homelessness and mental illness. Enrollment required for additional services including laundry on Fridays.

4. Oasis Too Drop-In Center (South Jersey AIDS Alliance)
112 North 7th Street, Camden, NJ 08102
Drop-in Center closed during Covid. Call for updates and for more information about services for people living with HIV