With a heat wave set to bring a span of days with temperatures reaching 100 degrees Fahrenheit to the Houston area, city officials have teamed up with Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia and Reliant Energy to open 22 cooling centers June 12 as part of Reliant's Beat the Heat program.

The centers—many of which are stationed at Houston's multiservice centers—are designed to help residents stay cool and manage their electricity use, according to a June 12 news release from Reliant.

Seniors are among the vulnerable residents who could benefit from the centers, according to Reliant. To that end, the company also donated $75,000 to the Harris County Area Agency on Aging, which will be used to provide portable air conditioning units to residents in need. Residents can call 832-393-4301 for more information on how to qualify for an AC unit.

Locations and hours of the 22 centers can be found in the map below. More information on the centers in Precinct 2 can be found here.