The Salvation Army provides a range of services through their local churches (corps) and community centres. Services support the older generation, families, young people and children, the homeless, the unemployed, people in poverty, victims of domestic abuse and human trafficking.
The older Generation Our older generation deserve to be treated with dignity, have a say in what they want, to receive care when they require it and to have the opportunity to retain as much independence as possible.
Homelessness From street homelessness to those battling addiction, the services we offer put the person and their needs at the centre of their support - enabling people to take control of their life circumstances.
Human trafficking We are committed to supporting victims - both men and women - of modern slavery. The specialist support programme is designed to preserve the dignity of victims, protect and care for them in safe accommodation, and provide access to confidential client-based support services to give victims the space to reflect, recover and rebuild their lives.
Poverty People can find themselves in poverty because of a major change in circumstances, others come from a background of entrenched, generational poverty. We support people on a journey towards a sustainable outcome.
Unemployment Today, people who are experiencing unemployment need more help than ever to find and stay in work. It is our desire to help all who are willing to work. We offer tailored support to help people become job-ready, to get a job and to stay in work and we do so as a locally-based organisation operating from more than 1,000 locations.
Domestic Abuse At our confidentially-located community setting, we offer safety and ongoing support to women and their children as well as single females who have experienced domestic abuse. Each resident is respected and valued as an individual and the support they are offered is holistic and tailored to meet individual needs.
This charity is not currently supporting any challenges with us.