The Salvation Army supports individuals and families through their own personal crises and seeks to
empower people to get back on their feet and live life to the fullest.
This year The Salvation Army was a positive influence for 7,000 people who received financial
counselling, 75,000 people who were assisted through the provision of emergency relief and more
than 3,500 people and their families escaping family and domestic violence.
Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres empower people who are dependent to become independent.
Our employment services support all manner of people, including those deemed unemployable, in
finding work. Individuals and families trapped in violent situations can find a safe refuge in our centres.
People in financial crisis are equipped through our financial counsellors to take control of this area of their lives. Those experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness are given the practical and
financial support to move out of that situation and into stable housing.