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On The Street
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For domestic violence survivors like Sandra, the support you give through The Salvation army provides new beginnings for her and her family.
It was a little over four years ago when Jamie’s mother walked out on him and his dad so she could stay on drugs.
On average The Salvation Army attends at least one emergency every day. Check out our stay safe check list to make sure you are prepared.
Street Dreams is an innovative program that uses hip-hop dance to help address issues that affect young people at risk.
Located in Darwin, The Salvation Army’s Sunrise Centre provides a homeless person’s accommodation.
Rural Outreach Support Program has enabled many people in northern Victoria to keep food on the table, have someone to talk to and trust, and stay on the land.
The Salvation Army Balga has recently opened a Child Health Centre that provides families with high quality early-years service.
Tasmania’s Doorways to Parenting program helped Lydia learn strategies and skills to cope with her mental health which helped her get her kids back
The Salvation Army's Major Brendan Nottle from Melbourne 614 tell us what life is like as a Salvo in this exclusive interview
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