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Our Adult Rehabilitation Program (ARP) is a place of hope and new beginnings dedicated to rebuilding the lives of men who are dealing with substance abuse, homelessness, and other serious life problems. A 70-bed facility, the minimum stay for a man in need is six months. The program consists of many components to help facilitate change through structure, discipline and learning tools for sobriety followed by self-sufficiency.
Food, shelter, and clothing – basic needs are critical for a living. The services provided include emergency food boxes, daily bread line, vouchers for clothing & household items to meet these needs. Our rental assistance focuses on homeless prevention, especially during the winter months.
We offer a variety of programs year-round for children and youth ages six to seventeen in a safe, structured, Christ-centered environment. Programs include character building, life and leadership skills, art and music, day camp and summer away camps.
The Salvation Army’s roots are in ministry and outreach. Aside from our public work in ‘meeting human need in His name without discrimination’, we are motivated to meet the spiritual needs of the community. Everyone is invited to join us at our weekly worship services and to participate in any one of our adult ministries.
Community Care Ministry (CCM) provides companionship, along with emotional and spiritual support, to seniors and veterans. Team visits to senior care facilities and the VA center throughout the year focus on improving quality of life through the ministry, arts & crafts, music, and holiday gifts. Our mission is simple – to show this vulnerable group they are not forgotten.
During times of disaster, our priority is seeing to the well-being of victims and first responders. We do this through a cadre of volunteer power and mobile canteens, serving hot meals, snacks, and beverages. Alongside meeting the practical needs is our emotional and pastoral support. After the disaster, we remain, shifting towards the long-term recovery needs of the community.