Every day, we help overcome unemployment.
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
37% of homeless men and 32% of homeless women suffer from co-occurring mental health and substance-use disorders.
Unfortunately, many service providers do not have the training or experience to understand the invidious impact of these issues, or how to best employ those suffering from mental illness or past trauma.
We assess each individual to identify areas of strength and abilities best suited for desired work.
We help individuals overcome qualification barriers though pursuit and completion of educational requirements, training, certifications, and other prerequisites for gainful employment. Additionally, we help those suffering from mental illness or substance abuse pursue the treatment and/or mediation they need to function as healthily as possible.
We provide resume, interview, and job placement assistance to help establish productive work for sustainable wages.
Salvation Army Caseworkers help guide sound financial planning, reliable insurance coverage, and affordable/safe supervision for children while parents are working.
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