Through programs designed to address the mind, body, and soul, we treat the symptoms of chronic joblessness, as well as the root issues that cause it.Donate Now
Mental health and substance-use disorders affect 37% of homeless men and 32% of homeless women.
Many service providers do not have the experience or training to deal with the difficult impact of these problems, nor do they know how best to employ those who suffer from mental illness or prior trauma.
We identify the strengths and abilities of the individual for a better job match.
By helping people pursue and complete educational requirements, training, certifications, and other prerequisites for gainful employment, we tear down the qualification barriers standing in their way. For those with mental health or substance-abuse issues, we help them find the treatment and/or medication they need to perform at their best.
By giving those in need résumé, interview, and job placement assistance, we help them find productive work for sustainable wages.
Our help goes beyond employment. Salvation Army caseworkers assist with obtaining sound financial planning and reliable insurance coverage, as well as helping to ensure affordable and safe care for children while parents are working.
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