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Jordan would still be homeless, if the Salvos hadn't got involved.
Lawrence is a client at Towards Independence. He’s currently on the road to independent living with the help of the Salvos.
In the last year, 200 women found safe refuge at Catherine Booth House in Darwin, a place for women escaping a violent situation.
Each Tuesday up to 100 locals gather at the Rocking ham Salvos for a community lunch run by volunteers.
Transition to Independence is a residential housing program for young people aged 16–25, disadvantaged or at risk of homelessness for a number of reasons.
The Street 2 Home program is a housing, support and health service targeted at the most vulnerable homeless people.
Helping over one million men, women and children get back on their feet every year.
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