More breathing room brings less tension, fewer beds By Hillary Jackson– When the coronavirus pandemic began to spread through the Western U.S. a major question quickly became: What about people experiencing homelessness? Cities raced to get people off the streets and into

Here’s a question: How soon can you turn a gravel, dirt lot into a trauma-informed homeless shelter built to last with wrap-around services? That’s what former Anaheim, California, Mayor Tom Tait asked in September 2018. Just 79 days later, The Salvation Army

With payment of past due amounts expected in the coming months, more resources are needed. By Caramie Petrowsky– The Salvation Army Intermountain Division started cutting rental assistance checks to struggling Coloradans in mid-May after it was awarded a contract from the State

 A message from the Territorial Commander: Commissioner Kenneth Hodder: Hello everyone, we’re here today in San Pedro, California, where The Salvation Army is opening the first of three motel shelters in the Los Angeles area. In addition to this facility, there