For more than 130 years, The Salvation Army has been feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, and changing the lives of countless men, women, and children in Southern California.
The Salvation Army operates a 325-bed shelter—in Anaheim, Ca—that provides homeless individuals with a clean, safe place to stay. Their services include food, clothing, counseling, housing, case management, health services, pet care, recovery, job search assistance and integrated employment programs. These programs provide tools and resources to help transform lives and provide hope for a brighter future.
Mission: holistically aid low-income families and individuals in North and Central Orange County through financial assistance and case management services.
As of Fall 2020, the following support has been offered:
- Partial Rent and Utility Assistance
- Food Distribution (Available at Anaheim Red Shield)
- EAF and GAF United Way Utility Program
- Resources & Referrals
- Seasonal Assistance
The Salvation Army provides many facilities, programs and services that encourage positive living, offer life-changing experiences for children and adults, and strengthen families.
The Salvation Army Orange County currently operates two homeless shelters, anti-trafficking programs, community centers, and family services in Orange County.