As summer temperatures in North Texas are expected to exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit this week, The Salvation Army of North Texas is offering a hand to those who are unable to escape the heat.

On June 10 The Salvation Army opened nine cooling stations, including one at the McKinney Corps, located at 600 Wilson Creek Parkway. This station will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m and will offer hydration, food and shade to those at risk of experiencing heat stroke and other heat-related conditions, according to a news release. The cooling station will be open any time the heat index reaches 100 degrees or more. Information about other cooling station locations can be found here. 972-542-6694.