Injustice - A violation of basic human rights, or equality.
By this definition, we all pass a form of injustice every day, but may not realize it. The Salvation Army continually recognizes these moments to better work with those who have their basic rights threatened or taken away. We do this through our veteran's assistance, domestic violence shelters, community awareness partnerships, and much more.
We provide sustainable care to anyone facing obstacles that may rob them of their rights.
These can include neglected Veterans, victims of addiction, or domestic and sexual abuse survivors. No matter who comes to us, all recieve guidance to the proper channel of The Salvation Army where they gain access to assistance such as:
Addiction, domestic violence, and mental illness are common issues that prevent many in our communities from living with the same rights we take for granted. You can be a part of changing this with The Salvation Army. We proudly partner with local coalitions to raise public awareness about the many forms of injustice we live around everyday, and offer ways to help this issue.
For over 200 years, The Salvation Army has been advocating for the rights of all people and providing services and support that reflect this mission. Our commitment to correcting injustice and giving victims a way out of inequality is a part of who we are and why we do what we do. This will never change because it is God?s word to love all and we work in His light to give everyone a loving place to turn in the darkest times.
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