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Humans should never be for sale.

We Fight for Human Rights & Social Justice in Our Community.

Along with providing immediate refuge and relief for victims, we take a holistic approach to healing;
helping those in need transition from victim to survivor.

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Nearly 2/3 of former inmates are unemployed or underemployed five years after being released from prison.

The Salvation Army Women's Restorative Justice Program (WRJP) provides housing and supportive services for women in recovery from substance abuse with recent criminal history; helping them successfully re-enter society as productive community members.

The Salvation Army fights for human rights and social justice.

The Salvation Army believes nobody is for sale and that everybody needs a second chance. We fight for people who are being trafficked, giving them support and resources to leave the situation. We help inmates and people recently released from prison reconnect with their families and the community as a whole. The Salvation Army provides counseling, job training, referrals, and other support systems to help them remain free from a life of crime.

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The Salvation Army fights for justice in our community through:

Women's Restorative Justice Program

The Salvation Army offers assistance to homeless women and their families in Winnebago County, Illinois through the Women's Restorative Justice Program (WRJP). The program provides housing and supportive services for women in recovery from substance abuse who have recent criminal history. Women can participate in the program for two years.

STOP-IT Anti-Trafficking Program

STOP-IT provides holistic services to people who are being trafficked (labor, sexual exploitation or domestic servitude). Through the STOP-IT program, The Salvation Army partners with Cook County State's Attorney and other social service agencies to help survivors leave trafficking situations and rebuild their lives.

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Felons are more likely to return to crime without employment.

Nearly 2/3 of former inmates are unemployed or underemployed five years after being released from prison.

The Salvation Army provides job training and referrals for men and women re-entering society. Your support helps keep them out of the prison system.Give them another chance.

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The Salvation Army empowers others to restore their lives and reconnect with their community.

Watch how The Salvation Army has helped our community by fighting injustice.


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