Founded more than 130 years ago by William Booth, The Salvation Army is a religious and social service organization; a branch of the Christian Church dedicated to the battle against sin and despair.
The Army seeks not only to improve the physical environment and provide for material needs, but also to reveal the power of Christ’s love. Its social services programs assist children, the elderly, families, and those battling addiction.
The Intermountain Division provides shelter for homeless, lodging for low income seniors, toys and food boxes during the Christmas holiday, emergency disaster assistance, youth character building programs, and immediate financial assistance and meals. Open 9am-3pm, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.