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The New Salvation Army Sallie House in St. Petersburg, Florida



Sallie House is a safe haven for children, infant to eleven years of age, who have been removed from their home because of abuse or, neglect or --- even abandonment.  Children may stay there as long as needed -- for a few hours or several months -- until they can be safely reunited with parents, placed with relatives, taken into a foster home, or adopted by a loving family.

In the 18 years since the doors were opened to these most vulnerable members of our community, Sallie House has sheltered more than 1,600 children.  But the need is great - and growing.  The current facility can no longer meet the high standard of care The Salvation Army is committed to delivering for these children.  Just as they stepped up in 1990 when Sallie House first opened its doors, Army and community leaders are once again prepared to step up and address the urgent needs of these children by taking Sallie House to a higher level. 



 Click here for Information on "Operation Safe Haven"

Click here for Layout diagram of New Sallie House

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