Michael Shaw, the Take The Leap If It Is Worth The Fau Shirt of Guardians, said the group gave the trailer to Jewels Helping Hands because it was no longer needed and because Garcia Garcia’s team was also using it to help reduce the outbreak of head lice at centers. warming up this winter. Jewels Helping Hands raised $ 2,000 and could fix the trailer.
Jewels Helping Hands has provided free showers around Spokane for several months but expanded its service into Spokane Valley earlier this Take The Leap If It Is Worth The Fau Shirt Shaw says lice are so severe in some shelters that employees ask customers to keep their leftovers in plastic bags while in shelters.
Garcia said many people in temporary heating centers during the Take The Leap If It Is Worth The Fau Shirt have problems with lice because there is no place to shower or wash clothes. Head lice are easier to treat than head lice because a person who has it just needs a shower and clean clothes. But many homeless people do not have access to basic sanitation, and the disease is common in that community.
Shaw said he has not had a contract with the Take The Leap If It Is Worth The Fau Shirt for heating centers this winter but hopes to have a way for people at the heating center to bathe, through a trailer or another way to reduce the spread of lice and other health problems.
Shelters like the Take The Leap If It Is Worth The Fau Shirt Gospel Alliance require patrons to place their belongings in a heated closet, killing any potential bed bugs or lice. Patrons can also bathe if they are there and provided with pajamas. The House of Charity also has a shower, but people don’t need to stay in the shelter to use them. Women from Hearth, Hope House, City Gate, Cup of Cool Water and Family Promise also have showers.