Structure of the SWN
The 2018-19 Severe Weather Network (SWN) is a non-profit, 501c3 which operates a nightly Severe Weather Center (SWC) located at an assigned host church site. Partner churches typically provide, for a one week period of time, nightly volunteers to operate the SWC. An SWN Steering Committee Member is assigned to be the liaison for each SWC site.
Homelessness in Livingston County
About Livingston County
In the year 2017, there were 823 documented occurrences of homeless individuals in Livingston County, including 64 homeless veterans, and 414 homeless students.
On any given day, there are approximately 100 homeless individuals in Livingston County, which has no designated emergency shelter and a lack of affordable housing.
SWN Center Locations
December (Men and Women) – Emrich Retreat Center – 7380 Teahan Road, Brighton
January-February 10: (Men and Women) – 2/42 Church Brighton
February 10 – March 31- (Men and Women) – Chilson Hills Church, Howell
April 1 – April 14 – (Men and Women) – Emrich Retreat Center – 7380 Teahan Road, Brighton 48116