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We're declaring war and fighting for justice

120 individuals found recovery 

We are committed to standing at the front lines of justice in our community seeking to break the chains of injustice.anywhere it is found We are positioned to be a catalyst of hope and transformed lives with the love of Jesus.

At the intersection of faith and justice

I have always been compelled by the idea of justice and where God's heart can be felt in the combating of injustice. When I started volunteering for The Salvation Army I learned how faith and justice are undivorceable. I saw the way, Jesus transforms people with addiction, people in homelessness, I saw lives transformed by the way The Salvation Army engaged in the work of faith and justice.

How we help fight for justice

Use this paragraph to introduce the ways you help within this ministry. Then, index your programs or services below. Here is your opportunity to get hyper-local. You may have specific programs or services that apply to multiple ministries. There is no harm in listing these on all applicable ministry landing pages. Consider your audience, who may be looking for immediate help (and make sure they have a way to initiate it).

Road to Recovery
Jefferson County has not recovery center. This does not mean people go unresourced. The Salvation Army combats the injustice of addiction by transporting people in rehab centers. We have sent over 100 people to rehab in the last three years.

The Lord's Kitchen
Food insecurity is a reality for many residents of our community. We are fighting for justice by offering hot meals Monday thru Friday, breakfast, and lunch with over 3,500 meals served every month.

Helping Hands Dental Clinic
operating for 10 years our onsite dental clinic has saved lives by early detection of diseases, preventing the spread of infection, and restoring dignity. giving back over $1,000,000 in dental services to Jefferson County we are committed to serving those who need it the most.

Homeless Prevention
The Salvation Army administered $120,000 in financial assistance last year to stop families from going homeless

Emergency Winter Shelter
The Salvation Army hosts emergency winter shelter during the winter month to prevent residents who have no homes a place to stay out of the cold. The Salvation Army is determined that no one will suffer and die in the cold under their leadership.

 

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