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Finding the end

To eradicate the issue, The Poverty Initiative focuses on the who and why. Roughly 48.8 million people—or 15.8 percent of the U.S. population—lived below the...

Stop the gambling train

Many envision stopping an addiction as if it only takes a few quick steps, but it is more like stopping a train. Similar to an addiction, a train does not st...

In the service of good

Just north of the River Thames at the East end of the medieval walled City of London, clusters of villages were at one time surrounded by farmland. Then with th...

Addict to attorney

With nowhere to go but The Salvation Army, Tracy Hughes makes the most of his recovery. My mother and father were divorced when I was very young. I was raise...

Jail alternatives

Salvation Army becomes home for low-level inmates in Modesto More than 60 percent of inmates released from California prisons wind up back in custody within ...

Transforming water

A book you won’t put down From a straw filter to household water filtration units, borehole wells, pump repair, water systems and water source fencing, t...

Modern miracles

In Zimbabwe, Howard Hospital offers health and care.   The Salvation Army has served the people of the Chiweshe community since 1923 when Howard Institut...