It is the personal disasters of spirit, body and mind that The Salvation Army attacks with its programs to transform lives — the disasters of homelessness, hunger and addiction, for example.
Many of those we serve have nowhere else but The Salvation Army to turn to for help. They are those most deeply troubled in body and soul.
The ravages of addiction on men and women needing help are combated by The Salvation Army through programs designed to help facilitate their long-term recovery and successful re-entry into the community. Job training programs and counseling programs help to instill skills and overcome the problems that often lead to hunger, homelessness and loss of direction in lives with the goal of regaining self-respect and self-sufficiency.
Spiritual counseling and renewal programs help renew the spirit and build a transformation in those so desperately in need.
Each life is a gift of God, and so we strive to bring to each person the care, services and compassion to help them transform their lives.
ADULT REHABILITATION SERVICES
Programs that help facilitate long-term recovery from substance abuse and successful re-entry into the community.
Assists incarcerated men and women transitioning from prison to the community; assists troubled youth.
105 S. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60607-2401
Phone: (312) 421-2406
EVANGELINE BOOTH LODGE
Transitional living facility for homeless families and individuals.
800 W. Lawrence Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640
Phone: (773) 275-9383
Fax: (773) 275-3062
Harbor Light Center
The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center, is one of the larger and most respected substance abuse recovery programs in the United States. It provides comprehensive, specialized services to persons seeking to overcome the disease of alcohol and substance abuse.
1515 W. Monroe St.
Chicago, IL 60607-2407
Phone: (312) 421-5753
Fax: (312) 421-6930
MOBILE FEEDING PROGRAM
Provides hot meals and case management, mental health and substance abuse services to men and women living on the street.
Salvation Army—founded partnership to combat sex trafficking of children through education and intervention.
Provides direct outreach and referrals to victims of sex trafficking.