Centre For Restoration
The Salvation Army Centre for Restoration
The Centre for Restoration exists for any person who has suffered abuse within The Salvation Army.
We understand that it takes significant courage for survivors of abuse to come forward and share their experiences. Our team supports each person through the process of seeking redress. With sensitivity to their individual needs, we hope to help them move forward in their personal journey of healing and peace.
We invite you to read the letters of apology to all survivors from the leaders of The Salvation Army:
Letter of Apology from the world leader of The Salvation Army, 2010
Letter from the leaders of The Salvation Army, Australia, 2021
Who can we help?
If you have experienced sexual abuse, physical abuse, psychological or emotional abuse, deprivation of liberty and/or cultural discrimination by a representative of The Salvation Army, we encourage you to apply for financial redress and/or other forms of support through us, the Centre for Restoration.
- Dignity and respect
- Privacy and confidentiality
- A fair process
- Prompt and timely support
For more information
The links above provide detailed information about the redress process and how you can best find support, however you are very welcome to contact the Centre for Restoration if you have any questions, or to request a Client Information Pack to be sent to you (by Express Post).
You can also download an Information Pack here:
Download Client Information Pack
For detailed information about the different options available to you in seeking financial redress, please click on the link below (or the ‘redress’ tab at the top of this page).
Options for seeking Redress
(02) 9466 3063
The Salvation Army
Centre for Restoration
PO Box A435
Sydney South, NSW 1235
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