Brown County Salvation Army COVID-19 Statement
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The Salvation Army is doing everything we can to serve people across the state while Social Distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to Walmart, we have created a registry to help our community during this COVID-19 Crisis.
All items purchased from this registry will be delivered directly to The Salvation Army Brown County Corps and distributed to those in need.
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The Salvation Army Brown County is working closely with state and local agencies to address the COVID-19 outbreak. Across the country, trained Salvation Army Emergency Response staff are on standby to assist if requested.
Ensuring the safety of those who depend on The Salvation Army’s programs and services, along with the safety of staff and volunteers, is of utmost priority. We are closely tracking progress through the Center for Disease Control reporting and distributing prevention guidance to all staff, employees, volunteers, and program participants on proper hygiene and prevention.
- The Salvation Army Brown County is currently preparing for the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, closely following guidelines issued from government officials.
- During this time, The Salvation Army will continue to serve Brown County. Our food pantry and social services will continue to remain open. Every precaution is being taken to protect these vulnerable populations from the spread of COVID-19.
- Regular programs such as Home Groups, Men's Group, and Women's Group will transition from groups to conference calls or online video conferencing.
- The Salvation Army has increased its cleaning efforts at all its facilities, including our residential facilities and kitchens. Our staff is regularly cleaning and disinfecting in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
- The Salvation Army deeply cares for our all staff, employees, volunteers and program participants. We are distributing prevention guidance on proper hygiene and prevention.
- The Salvation Army would like to remind everyone that the preventative measures put in place are to ensure everyone’s safety, health and well being.
- The Salvation Army has been serving Indiana since 1883 and will continue to do so in His name without discrimination.
For more information about COVID-19 and how to prevent it, visit the CDC website.