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As long as there’s The Salvation Army, <br />there’s no such thing as 'no place to go.'

As Long As There Is The Salvation Army,
There Is No Such Thing As 'No Place To Go.'

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About 15 percent of the homeless population is comprised of "chronically homeless" Individuals.

This population is most vulnerable during the hottest and coldest months of the year.

Our doors are always open.

Each year, The Salvation Army provides over 10 million nights of lodging to those in need. Our group homes, emergency shelters, and transitional living centers provide housing, food, and overnight lodging for varying amounts of time to destitute families, the homeless, the displaced, and to youth where family care is undesirable or unavailable. Through our holistic approach to serving the whole person, we supplement every shelter service with emotional and spiritual support.


The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County provides safe shelter to hundreds of people every night through:

Adult Rehabilitation Center

The local Adult Rehabilitation Center, located in downtown Milwaukee, houses men across the state who are struggling with chemical and alcohol addictions. Read more here.

Booth Manor: Senior Living

Booth Manor is a high quality, subsidized housing facility for older adults and the mobility impaired.

Emergency Lodge: Homeless Shelter

The Emergency Lodge provides emergency shelter to homeless individuals and families with children. Read more here.

Maskani Place: Permanent Housing for Families

Maskani Place offers affordable housing for low-income families who were homeless or at risk of homelessness. Read more here.

ROOTS: Supportive Permanent Housing

The ROOTS Permanent Housing program will provide stable housing and case management services to assist chronically homeless individuals with a disability. Read more here.

Winterstar: Supportive Transitional Housing

Since 1997, the Winterstar program provides supportive housing to single adults who are homeless and have a history of mental illness, substance abuse or disabilities. Read more here.


The Salvation Army brings hope to the homeless.

Watch how the Emergency Lodge helped Morgan T. and her four children.