The organization sheltered more than 5,300 individuals in its 24-hour shelter from March to July.  A dwindling number of Central American migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in the Yuma area has prompted The Salvation Army to close its 24-hour shelter for

By Vivian Lopez -  The Salvation Army in Alameda County, California, recently concluded its pilot three-week Construction Training Program, held in partnership with Associated Builders and Constructors, Inc. Northern California Chapter (ABC NorCal) at the Oakland Chinatown Corps—just the latest workforce