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Get Help

If you, or someone you know, needs help, we hope the list below will quickly help you find the information you need. You are also welcome to call our main number (713) 752-0677 or e-mail us if you are not able to find the answer to your question below.

Facing Eviction

If you are an individual or family facing eviction, call our Socials Services Office at (713) 658-9205.

Homeless

  • If your family is experiencing homelessness, call the Family Residence at (713) 650-6530.
  • If you are a homeless woman seeking shelter, call Sally’s House at (713) 223-8889.

Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation

  • If you are a homeless man seeking rehabilitation from drugs or alcohol, call the Harbor Light Center at (713) 224-2875.
  • If you are a homeless man and a veteran seeking rehabilitation from drugs or alcohol, call the Harbor Light Center at (713) 224-2875 and ask about the Recovery Program for Veterans.
  • If you are a homeless woman seeking rehabilitation from drugs or alcohol, call Sally’s House at (713) 223-8889.

Youth

If you are looking for programs or activities for school-aged children, call our main number (713) 752-0677 to be referred to the right location.

Senior Citizens

If you are looking for programs or services for older adults, call our main number (713) 752-0677 to be referred to the right location.

Disaster Relief

  • If you have been affected by a major disaster, call our main number (713) 752-0677.
  • If you have been affected by a personal disaster, call our Social Services Office at (713) 658-9205.

Spiritual

If you are looking for spiritual services or support, call our main number (713) 752-0677 to be referred to the right location.

Christmas Assistance

If you would like to register for our Angel Tree Christmas gift assistance program, check back in October to learn when registration will open.

 

As you can see, The Salvation Army has a variety of programs and services for individuals and families, but sometimes the need is greater than the resources available to provide them. The United Way of Greater Houston has the 2-1-1 HelpLine where you can call and find out what programs or services you need is closest to you.