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Help and hope for men in crisis

21 February 2012

“To see the emotional condition of some of the guys who come in here, I’m sure if we weren’t there to help, the suicide...

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New building, new possibilities

19 February 2012

The Salvation Army recently built 23 new units in the inner city suburb of Narrabundah (ACT), for (public) Housing ACT tenants, who are agei...

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Stabilising homeless families

16 February 2012

It is so sad that our service is just growing and growing. It would be lovely if we weren’t needed any longer!” - Lana Luxford...

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Gunnedah house of hope

19 August 2011

Jesus would be here walking amongst the broken, the hungry and the abused, and the house given to us seemed to represent the need. “N...

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Building lives, building communities

17 August 2011

Matthew* brims with enthusiasm as he explains the importance of the support he and his partner were given by The Salvation Army Eastlakes (N...

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Joy of growing independence

16 August 2011

“Our clients are among the most vulnerable people in our community, and we believe they need to have choice in their lives — b...

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Love's triumph over tragedy

11 July 2011

“Out of one of the most devastating events to ever impact this state … Out of that tragedy – love blossoms, a new rela...

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Gary's Freedom Story

28 February 2011

At one point during the height of his addiction, Gary sat at a poker machine for 14 hours straight. “I didn’t go to the toilet...

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A heart for the isolated

19 February 2009

"For around 80 per cent of the young people who come to our breakfast service, it's the only hot meal they will have for the day." Captain C...

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