"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
There is nothing worse than living a life without hope. At The Salvation Army, we see a lot of people who feel hopeless.
Through our programs and services, our goal is to give you hope.
Whether you are caught in the web of addiction or you feel forced to choose between food and medicine, we are here to offer you hope.
Dauphin Way Lodge
A treatment center for the chemically dependant. Drug and alcohol addictions are crippling diseases that can destroy lives and devastate families. No matter how intense the addiction, there is hope for anyone with a sincere desire to make a change in their lives.
Corps Salvage Rehabilitation Center
A 180-day residential drug and alcohol treatment program that provides work therapy for homeless men. The program is funded by donations of reusable items that are picked up and repaired for sale in three area thrift stores.
Project Able is a pre-employment training program designed to help homeless men rejoin the workforce as productive members of society.
Center for Women and Children
Women and children who are homeless can turn to our Center for Women and Children for help.
Family and Emergency Services
Social Services: Assistance during a time of crisis for the working poor and those below the poverty level. Aid may include, but not limited to: help with food, utilities or rent to qualifying applicants.
Disaster Services: Relief for victims and emergency personnel during natural or manmade disasters.
Angel Tree: Provides Christmas gifts for children within the community.
Red Kettles: Annual Christmas fundraiser for The Salvation Army.
Neediest Families: An extended assistance program for families in crisis.
Spirit of Giving: Holiday toy and food drive
Holiday Meals: Traditional restaurant-style Thanksgiving and Christmas meals for those in need.