By providing programs that serve the body, mind and soul, The Salvation Army helps alleviate the symptoms of poverty - and works to address the root issues that cause it.
The reality of suffering is a fact in our community. There are different ways people view suffering. The Salvation Army believes that people can help improve the suffering that people experience by ministering holistically to every individual. We provide food and utility assistance individuals who battle poverty or an unforeseen circumstance. We cater to the spiritual needs of every individual by providing different programs for groups. We preach the Name of Jesus Christ by accepting every individual for who they are and sharing the gospel to them in a living way.
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Brown County Indiana is known as a tourist destination during the fall season. Nashville is a little town composed of different family-owned businesses and shops. However, there are people in the county that suffers from poverty. There is a 12.7% poverty rate in the county according to the United States Census Bureau. The Salvation Army serves hundreds of individuals in the county. We offer food and utility assistance to individuals and families in Brown County.
Select grocery and household items are available for distribution. Individuals or families availing for food assistance are required to bring proof of address and identification.
Visit us at 168 S. Jefferson St.
Nashville, IN 47448
Wednesday and Friday
10:00AM to 1:00PM
Families and individuals needing utility assistance should call for an appointment every Wednesday. On the day of the appointment bring your identification, proof of income, current bill and notice of disconnection.