The U.S. is facing a national homelessness crisis and COVID–19 has delivered its devastating blow. Undaunted, The Salvation Army continues to help people in need, without discrimination. When homelessness looms,
With seven children and 20 grandchildren, Cheryl Clark has a lot of birthdays to remember. Clark’s children are the reason she found The Salvation Army in Rutland, Vt., some 20
Montclair’s Victorian homes, art galleries, and international restaurants belie the homelessness that also exists in this affluent New Jersey township. “The numbers may not be like New York or Newark,
Homelessness can assume many faces. Some people live on the street due to serious mental illness, substance misuse, HIV, and other chronic health conditions. Others survive domestic abuse or military
Mayor Andrew Hosmer has put together a task force to deal with homelessness in Laconia, N.H. He’s also found Major Mike Davis, the local Salvation Army corps officer, who is
Majors Doris and Craig Haggerty, corps officers in Hyannis, Mass., in Cape Cod, talk about their ministry of outreach to the homeless community in Hyannis. We are a church. The
COVID–19 turned this year into a “lemon” for The Salvation Army in Central Ohio. However, its response was to “make lemonade,” as the saying goes, and they did it virtually.
Almost hidden in plain sight among the glitz and glamour of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., are homeless families who can’t afford the expensive rents demanded by this popular vacation destination. They