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

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.

We Help Overcome Unemployment, Provide Peace to Veterans and Love for the Elderly.

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

We work with Young adults, Veterans, the gainfully employed or those without jobs, we meet the needs of the elderly and can provide a place where you belong.

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The Salvation Army provides safe shelter to
nearly 30,000 people every night through:

Educational and skill supplementation

We help individuals overcome qualification barriers though pursuit and completion of educational requirements, training, certifications and other prerequisites for gainful employment. Additionally, we help those suffering from mental illness or substance abuse pursue the treatment and/or mediation they need to function as healthily as possible.

Placement Assistance

We provide resume, interview and job placement assistance to help establish productive work for sustainable wages.

Medical Assistance

Nothing is more stressful during a medical emergency than the piling up of unpaid bills. Check with your local service center to see if funding is currently available for medical assistance. We may be able to help with insurance co-pays and prescription costs.

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Depression doesn?t get better with age.

Approximately seven million people over the age of 65 experience symptoms of depression.

Your donation to The Salvation Army supports visits to homebound senior citizens. Donate now.

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Social activity sharpens minds.

Studies revealed that seniors aged 50 to 60 who were socially active had slower rates of declining memories.

Your donation to The Salvation Army supports visits to homebound senior citizens. Donate now.

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Dementia touches one in seven Americans over the age of 71.

Recent studies show that consistent human contact and interaction can reduce dementia and depression.

Your donation to The Salvation Army supports visits to homebound senior citizens. Donate now.

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