The Salvation Army offers services to assist individuals and families with obtaining and maintaining basic needs such as food and housing. Clients are seen on a walk-in basis. They are provided with concrete assistance, referrals and advocacy service.
The Food Pantry assists families and individuals by providing them with enough food for three days. Individuals and families may be served once per month or as the emergency coordinator deems appropriate. Pantry staff assist clients with applying for Food Stamps and/or WIC if they are eligible. Assistance is also provided for obtaining hygiene items, diapers and formula.
HOMELESS PREVENTION SERVICES
Homeless Prevention Services provides assistance for people facing in a housing crisis or facing eviction. The program includes short-term case management, housing location and counseling and referrals for housing related assistance.
HOMELESS RESOURCE SERVICES
Homeless Resource Services provide families with the flexible levels of service needed to access and secure community resources and to maintain permanent housing. Financial assistance is available for obtaining personal identification, prescriptions, bus tokens and other housing related needs not met by other programs in the community.
HOUSING ASSISTANCE AND LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION (H.A.L.E.)
H.A.L.E. is a program that helps homeless, non-disabled individuals and families who are employed at least part time. Financial assistance for housing related matters based on individual need and includes a housing subsidy. Clients are also provided with independent living skills training, housing location assistance and linkage to community resources.
CHILD AND FAMILY HEALTH PLUS
This is a program to assist low-income individuals and families who are in need of public health insurance. Assistance is given with completing the application process for Medicaid and Child and Family Health Plus.
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