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The Salvation Army is an international religious and charitable movement which, as a part of the universal Christian Church, is organized and operated in military fashion with its message based on the Bible.
The Salvation Army is concerned with the needs of all humanity and helps all people in need-regardless of race, color, creed, sex or age. The Salvation Army in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky offers emergency disaster relief, emergency assistance, emergency shelter, housing, outreach programs, visitation programs, child care services, youth programs, a program to combat human trafficking, an adult rehabilitation center, and holiday assistance for needy individuals and families.
In local communities, The Salvation Army operates Community and Worship Centers (known as Corps) to deliver much-needed services and programs. To locate a Corps near you (within the Southwest Ohio-Northeast Kentucky region), please click here.
For more information about The Salvation Army's activities in the U.S. you can also visit:
The Salvation Army USA
The Salvation Army Eastern Territory