The White Flag program offers shelter to as many as they can fit in the Salvation Army here in Bowling Green.
As the temperatures drop, it can be dangerous. That's why the Salvation Army doesn't turn any person away on 'White Flag' nights. When the temperature drops below 35 degrees, anyone is welcome.
Salvation Army's housing manager, Kristie Costello said, "We have about 20 mats that we have available, but we will accommodate as much as possible."
She added that to check in, people must present a valid form of ID. They will provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner to all of their guests.