Washington Salvation Army financial assistance.

The Washington centers of the Salvation Army do their best to meet the basic human needs of all who come seeking assistance for an emergency. Assisting the low unemployed, seniors, and the working poor is one of the agencies main goals. Addressing the basic human needs of housing, food, shelter, clothing and safety is critical in the short and long term development of low income and struggling families. So short term financial assistance can be provided for paying energy bills, rent, food, and more. This is done at the same time that Washington families receive ongoing case management and social services. All programs are limited by funding.

Housing Programs are offered by many locations of the Salvation Army in Washington. For example, they may be able to offer transitional, short and long-term housing to those in need of shelter.

Motel Vouchers or hotel vouchers may be distributed when a family is evicted or if a disaster destroys a home. The Salvation Army is often able to provide short-term motel vouchers which can give people a safe place to stay during the crisis.

A number of shelters may be available as well. For example, men's shelters, which can include severe weather shelters and transitional housing, is available to men, placing an emphasis on military veterans. Women's Shelters are also often run. The Salvation Army of Washington provides transitional, short and long-term housing to women, whether they're escaping from a domestic violence environment or the streets. Last, but not least, children's shelter are run. In a crisis, The Salvation Army may be able to provide a safe place for children who are no longer safe in their own homes or apartments.

Assistance from Washington Salvation Army

Additional programs and services administered can include these.

  • Food bank – Can provide the low income and homeless with groceries and hot meals. Some centers may also have vouchers or gift certificates for canned goods or even clothing.
  • Basic and Emergency – Referrals and financial assistance can be offered in a crisis if someone needs rental assistance, utilities, food, transportation or gasoline (as funds allow).
  • Housing Stability Services can include Move-in assistance as well as Eviction Prevention. Resources can also provide case management. Some Washington Salvation Army Corp centers may have money for paying rent and other housing costs.
  • Domestic Violence Community Advocacy and Legal Advocacy – Case managers and social workers can provide some of these services, or refer individuals to the proper people.
  • Holiday assistance including Toys and Food at Christmas time can be provided. Specifics are below.

 

 

 

 

The Christmas Angel Tree program can help brighten the lives of thousands of lower income children each year who otherwise would have no gifts, clothing items or toys to open during the holiday season. The Christmas Angel program is a purely volunteer-driven program. Many families and individuals across Washington donate toys, time and expertise to the Salvation Army. Overall Angel Tree is a testament to people trying to help their neighbors and the less fortunate.

Another resource is the Adopt a Family program. Families who are in desperate need of providing the basics for their family, such as clothing, food and household items are placed in the care of our Adopt a Family program. Each family who is part of the program will need to create a wish list of items and is matched with a volunteer donor team. School groups, corporations, individuals and local families contribute generously to meeting the family’s needs and installing hope.

Salvation Army Centers in Washington

Seattle Salvation Army Corp Center
1101 Pike Street (corner of Pike and Boren)
Seattle, Washington 98101
Dial 206-447-9944

811 Maynard Ave.
Seattle, Washington
Dial 206-621-0145

An additional Seattle location is 9501 Greenwood Ave N.
Seattle, Washington
Phone number 206-783-1225

Address is 9050 16th Avenue Southwest
Seattle, WA 98106
Call (206) 767-3150

The locations above are the most widely used centers. Clients request everything from a meal at Christmas to grants for housing expenses and much more. In addition to those locations above for the Seattle region, find other King County Salvation Army centers.

 

 

 

Salvation Army center at Anacortes - 3001 "R" Ave., Ste. #100
Anacortes, Washington
Phone number is 360-293-6682

Location is 2912 Northwest Avenue
Bellingham, Washington
Call 360-733-1410
The Corps Center offers seasonal support, such as school supplies or summer camp, as well as loans or other financial aid for qualified families. A thrift store and case management process is also available from the Whatcom Salvation Army.

Location - 317 Front St.
Lynden, Washington
Dial (360) 354-2860 for hours and to reach a case worker.

Longview and Kelso in Cowlitz County
This Salvation Army center has transitional housing and referrals to security deposit assistance, employment and more. A thrift store is also on site for clothing and basic needs. Read more.

9925 State Ave
Marysville, Washington

Primary address is 2525 Rucker Avenue
Everett, Washington
Telephone 425-259-8129

206 S. Peabody Street
Port Angeles, WA
Telephone - 360-452-7679

2902 164th St. SW
Certified Donation Center-Fred Meyers
Lynnwood, WA

17667 NE 76th St.
Certified Donation Center-Fred Meyer parking lot
Redmond, WA

 

 

 

832 6th Street
Bremerton, Washington 98337
Call (360) 373-5550 for information

Location - 303 North Gold Street
Centralia, Washington 98531
Call (360) 736-4339

Moses Lake and Grays Harbor
The Family Service Center of this Salvation Army center not only offers financial help, but also counseling, disaster relief, and also programs for prisoners or substance abusers. Click here.

Salvation Army center at 824 5th Ave SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Phone: (360) 352-8596
Several counties are supported by this office. More on Thurston County.

Salvation Army at 310 North 4th Avenue
Pasco, Washington 99301

4009 9th Street Southwest
Puyallup, Washington
(253) 841-1491

Skagit County, Chelan, Douglas, Okanogan County region
Salvation Army centers are located in Mount Vernon and other towns and nearby areas. More on Skagit and Chelan Salvation Army.

Primary address is 222 East Indiana Avenue
Spokane, Washington 99207
Dial (509) 325-6810 for information and referrals.
A number of emergency financial assistance programs, energy bill help, and support is offered by this Salvation Army location to Spokane County County. Learn more.

1501 6th Ave
Tacoma, WA 98405
(253) 572-8452
The location services Pierce County too. Click more information.

Main address is 1219 Thayer Drive
Richland, Washington 99354
Telephone number - (509) 943-7977

Grant County Salvation Army has several assistance programs. Two of them include visits to a nursing home and also the Giving Tree Christmas program, but others are run too. More on Grant County Salvation Army programs.

1500 Northeast 112th Avenue
Vancouver, Washington
(360) 892-9050

Corps Center is at
7400 Northeast Highway 99
Vancouver, WA
(360) 597-0130

1612 I Street 
Washougal, Washington 98671
Call (360) 835-3171 for information and services

Main location is 1501 N Miller St # A
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
(509) 662-5103

310 North 16th Avenue
Yakima, WA
Primary phone number (509) 453-3721
This Salvation Army center supports both Yakima County, Benton, and some surrounding regions. Free food, holiday assistance, rent/heating bill help and more is available. Read more Salvation Army Yakima.

Corps Center
Address - 2615 Main Street
Union Gap, Washington
Call (509) 452-4616

 

 

 

 

 

 

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