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The Salvation Army
5 Phase Emergency Action Plan
SES teams, police rescue and fire-fighters work long shifts in tiring, extreme conditions. Salvation Army Emergency Response teams set up temporary kitchens behind the frontline.
Salvos teams ensure each new arrival receives a warm, friendly welcome. People are registered (so loved ones know they are safe) and shown how they can receive financial help.
Trained Salvos counsellors offer a safe environment in which to share feelings and fears, provide counselling and care, and referral to specialist care when needed.
Once survivors’ immediate physical needs have been met and they’ve had a chance to speak with trained counsellors, they require support with practical life essentials.
This is where local Salvation Army officers and volunteers play a critical role. By remaining in the area, they can ensure people in danger are not lost or left behind.
Helping over one million men, women and children get back on their feet every year.
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