For 130 years, The Salvation Army has offered spiritual ministry, social services, and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents.
For 130 years, The Salvation Army of Dane County has offered spiritual ministry, social services, and youth programs to thousands of Dane County residents, without discrimination. We currently serve the most vulnerable members of our community through a wide range of programs, as well as extensive case management services. While we strive to provide compassionate care, a primary goal of all of our programs and services is to improve the life skills and circumstances of those we serve.
Some of our many programs and services include:
Housing - Shelter for homeless families, shelter for homeless single women, and emergency shelter for families and women
Holly House - a transitional house for women
Case management services for families transitioning from homelessness to housing
Youth Education: After school program, including tutoring and mentoring
Character building programs
Summer day camp
Sports and recreation programs
Medical and dental care for the homeless
For other help, call the United Way's information and referral service at 211. Specialists can connect you to a variety of resources such as help paying bills, housing search assistance, support groups, food pantries, community clinics, and other services.