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Adults in need make up the biggest group we serve Image

Adults in need make up the biggest group we serve

Through programs designed to address the mind, body and soul, we meet the needs of adults of all ages.

How we help partner with adults

We partner with adults by connecting them with tools and resources to help them through any life struggle. Our opportunities and services give people a whole army of support so they know they're not alone.

If you need assistance or would like any more information about the programs listed below, contact us at 734-282-0930.

Food Assistance

Food assistance is provided to eligible clients on a 30-day basis. Food boxes generally consist of canned goods and non-perishable food items. Minimal toiletries are also provided upon request if available at time of appointment. Food boxes are provided by appointment only during open office hours.

Pathway of Hope

If you feel like your family is struggling or like you are stuck and cannot seem to move forward, the Pathway of Hope may prove to be a good first step towards a brighter future for you and your children. Eligible families must simply have children under the age of 18 and be ready and willing to take action to change their circumstance. Upon enrollment, the Downriver Salvation Army team will work alongside you and your family to not only assess your family’s needs and connect you to needed resources in the community, but also help you to set goals and map out a plan to stay on track and to achieve those goals. Our team will encourage you throughout your journey and celebrate your successes along with you until you are ready to step out into a better future for yourself and your family.

Energy Assistance

The Salvation Army (TSA) Energy Assistance Services (EAS) is a program committed to helping individuals and families who qualify through the State Emergency Relief (SER) under the Department Of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The TSA EAS program pays a client copay or

utility usage responsibility portion of their bill to help keep their services on, whether it is heat, electricity or both. The aid TSA  provide is developed to help people make it through a crisis or unexpected emergency, such as a medical emergency or job loss. One of the major assistance

programs offered through our Energy Assistance Services is the Affordable Payment Plan (APP) for qualified energy customers. This particular energy assistance service provide an affordable monthly energy bill payment method and offers forgiveness on their past-due utility balance.

APP is geared toward low and or fixed monthly income households.

Women’s Ministries

The Salvation Army Women’s Ministries encompass various opportunities for women.  We participate in archery, air rifles, Bible Studies, Trips, and Special Events.

For more information, contact Lt. Audrey Sutter at audrey.sutter@usc.salvationarmy.org.

Senior Activities

Our Golden Agers Bingo meets every Monday from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (except December, Summer Months & Holidays).

Men’s Ministries (SA Men)

The purpose of SA Men is three-fold: Mission, Evangelism, and Nurturing.

Mission

Our mission is to provide areas of ministry and community service for both members and prospects.

Evangelism

Evangelism continues to be our main goal; to bring Christ to men and men to Christ.

Nurturing

Nurturing provides a systematic method for making disciples through Bible Study, mentoring, and fellowship.

Please contact Lt. Shawn Sutter Sr. at shawn.sutter@usc.salvationarmy.org.

Nursing Home Visits

We visit 18 local nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities, and group homes every Christmas & Easter.  We provide the residents with The Salvation Army War Cry magazines & small gifts.  If you would like to volunteer, please contact Lt. Audrey Sutter at audrey.sutter@usc.salvationarmy.org.

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