Monetary assistance is provided to qualified applicants for utility-turn-off prevention and eviction assistance.
Walk-in and scheduled clients request and receive clean and suitable clothing items to meet their basic needs, such as warm clothes for winter months, infant and children’s clothing items, and diapers for infants and toddlers.
An onsite food pantry is stocked with nonperishable food and toiletry items. Walk ins and scheduled clients are eligible to receive items upon verification of identification and proof of housing with cooking facilities. (Applicable every 30 days).
Seasonal assistance is provided to low-income children and families throughout the year. This may take the form of backpacks and school supplies or gifts of clothing and toys for low-income children, or food cards or baskets to families and senior citizens.
Basic Referral Services
If direct assistance is unavailable, knowledgeable Salvation Army staff are provided with referral lists of other possible community resources for health, welfare, employment, housing, and other services.
Basic Advocacy Services
Case workers serve as advocates for individuals to ensure that each person is made aware of and receives the services to which s/he is entitled. The degree to which a client needs intervention and support is determined on a case-by-case basis.