The Salvation Army


The Salvation Army helps those in need to overcome poverty through a variety of programs. We are breaking the cycle and changing lives for GOOD.


Adult Rehabilitation Programs

Adult Rehabilitation Programs are probably the most widely known of all The Salvation Army services. They provide long term, social model, and residential recovery programs for individuals seeking to deal with substance abuse and other addictions. They seek to help participants regain self-worth, learn how to build an orderly and disciplined life and become contributing members of society. Each program participant is provided with a clean and healthy living environment, nutritious food, group and individual counseling, spiritual direction, work therapy assignments and recreational activities.

Emergency Family Shelter

The Salvation Army Phoenix Emergency Family Shelter alleviates the financial problems many struggling, lower-income working families encounter. The shelter provides families a safe and supportive environment to overcome their plight.

For up to 120 days, the shelter provides meals and basic material needs a family might have. Families work closely with a case manager to maximize their time in the shelter. Case managers empower and encourage residents to access community, mainstream and employment resources to increase household income. They promote basic financial literacy and household budgeting and also assist residents in locating permanent housing opportunities the family can maintain once they leave the shelter.

Project H.O.P.E.

The goal of Project H.O.P.E. is to offer outreach services to families experiencing homelessness by providing aid with basic needs items, such as food, hygiene, and transportation.

Project H.O.P.E. collaborates with Maricopa County's Coordinated Entry system and the Family Housing Hub (FHH) to coordinate connections with families experiencing homelessness through mobile outreach.

Senior Programs

The Salvation Army showers senior citizens with love and serves them with respect.

Rather than simply allowing these wonderful men and women - who are so often the most vulnerable members of our communities - to fend for themselves against loneliness and depression, we organize community meals, offer joyful activities, visit the homebound and even provide affordable residential facilities for seniors.