The Salvation Army offers assistance to those in need through a variety of outreach efforts both in and outside of The Salvation Army Kroc Center. Additionally, The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs, services and assistance both nationally and globally that you may qualify for.
Do you need help right away? Contact The Kroc Center's Social Services Department at to receive more information on local assistance.
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The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs in our area to help individuals and families in need. Learn more below.
The Salvation Army Kroc Center provides grocery bags with food staples every Friday morning from 8:15am to 9:30am to those registered through the SF-Marin Food Bank. Some extra groceries bags are available on a first-come first-serve basis after those registered are served.
Open registration days will be available for those with government-issued photo ID with 94102 and 94103 zip codes. Please contact the SF-Marin Food Bank at.
The Salvation Army's Railton Place, clean and sober living, is a 110-unit, transitional and permanent residence for the homeless. Of these units, 15 are provided to young adults between the ages of 21-24 who have aged out of the foster care system. Another 83 units are available to chronically homeless adults and veterans.
Program services include case management, substance abuse counseling, plus help with cooking, education, employment, and money management through the life skills program. Some of the workshops/classes we offer and will be offering include: cooking classes, education workshops, computer classes, art support groups, music support groups, smoking cessation groups, and more.
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Many Americans are familiar with The Salvation Army's thrift stores which fund our well-known drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs. And our iconic red kettles have become a symbol of the Christmas season and the spirit of giving.
But in hundreds of communities across the Western United States, The Salvation Army also operates programs and services which are designed to meet human need in Christ's name, alleviate human suffering, and promote wholeness by addressing the spiritual, social,emotional, psychological and physical well-being of those served.