Mission Statement

The Salvation Army Homeless Services is dedicated to ending homelessness among families and single women.


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Program Description 

The Salvation Army's Homeless Services operates a seven bedroom, 28 bed emergency shelter for families and single women who are without other resources. Upon admission, the participant is assigned a case manager, who works with the family to develop a housing plan designed to address the barriers which caused them to become homeless. Areas to be addressed include, but are not limited to: securing an income, developing a budget, accessing community support services for mental health/substance use issues, domestic violence, parenting, etc.  Every effort is made to stabilize the family and end their homeless situation as quickly as possible.  Maximum length of stay is 30 days.


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All participants are treated with respect and in a non-judgmental manner. Every effort is made to empower them to reach their personal goals.