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Amanda Thomann English 101 (Fri) Stewart 10-26-07 Salvation Army; Services and Facilities The Salvation Army can assist in providing for the “basic needs of daily life”. They will help with food, shelter, clothing, assistance for paying for utilities, and any other needs that are necessities. Casework and counseling are provided by the Salvation Army through assistance with job placement for a woman living in a transitional facility, health and home care for a family dealing with a disease, or domestic violence. Young people are helped through religious and character building programs like church, music classes, athletics, arts, and camping. Family services are offered as well to help stop the cycle of homelessness and crime. Donations and proceeds from sales at the many thrift stores, and donations such as cars and furniture, help to fund the Adult Rehabilitation
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Unformatted text preview: centers where men and women with and addiction can win their struggle. Seniors are helped through programs similar to those used by young adults. A caring person will lend a hand to these people and thousands of people are helped each year. Around the holidays most people know about the Red Kettles that the Salvation Army promotes. The money donated buys dinners, gifts, coats and shoes for children without. Christmas is a time where elderly and those who have no one to care about them in lock-up are visited. Surprisingly enough, the Salvation Army is also involved with crimes of human and sexual trafficking. They shape the public policy in Washington D.C., and provide services for victims’ advocacy...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2009 for the course GENERAL 101 taught by Professor Thomann during the Spring '09 term at Mott Community College.

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