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Salvation Army Northeast Missouri emergency assistance programs.

Find help from multiple Salvation Army centers in Northeast Missouri. There are two locations that provide Family Services to struggling and/or low income families. The programs range from free food from a pantry to one time rent or energy bill help, a thrift store, Christmas toys, and more. The resources are always limited and often come with a waiting list.

Some of the Northeast Missouri Salvation Army programs are federal government funded, including housing assistance from homeless prevention. Others are run in partnership with non-profits including the United Way and Feeding America, and this is where the food pantry comes from. Many other Family Services were created directly by the Salvation Army, and they are the food pantry, Christmas gifts from Angel Tree, as well as a low cost thrift store.

The two locations are 1004 Gardner, Kirksville, Missouri 63501. Call his location at (660) 665-7885

Another site, which is the thrift store, is at 420 S Baltimore St, Kirksville, MO 63501. Phone (660) 665-4326.

Anyone looking to save money can shop at the thrift store. Not only can households shop there, but it is also a way to give back to the community. The money raised also goes to pay for the services. Items can be donated to the store. Or people can work there (volunteer) to help stock shelves, assist with shopping, or run the cash registers. What may be sold at the Family Store, and what is needed by the Salvation Army Northeast Missouri, includes the following.

-Furniture for a home, like couches, chairs, kitchen tables, etc.
-Electronics (tablets, CD, etc.) with referrals to free computer assistance programs or laptops.
-Toys for kids, both at birthday and Christmas.
-Clothing for work, school, and more.
-Other items for sale may be jewelry, vintage items, shoes, winter boots, and more.

The store serves residents of the entire service territory, including Clark, Adair, and other counties. In fact there are not any geographic restrictions placed by the Salvation Army Family store. Anyone seeking to save money can use it.

Salvation Army Northeast Missouri seasonal programs are available in Kirksville Missouri. There are a few main ones. They are free winter coats for seniors or children; free Angel Tree Christmas toys; thanksgiving turkeys or holiday meals; back to school supplies; and other items.





When it comes to paying bill and assistance programs for emergency expenses, the Kirksville Salvation Army center may be able to help here as well. They do this by using some of their own money as well as referrals. The charity, which is a church in Northeast Missouri, may assist with paying for rent or heating/gas bills, medications, emergency living expenses, and much more. In rare cases, a voucher can be issued for a motel room as part of homeless prevention, or case managers can help clients be placed into a home.

There are a few other resources made available from the organization. The ones that are often called on the most are the free food pantry, which is a client choice shopping expenses. There are groceries, boxes of food, and much more. The Salvation Army Northeast Missouri also helps people facing a disaster, and they provide immediate relief such as shelter, food, water, and just advice.

All of the programs listed above in Adair and Scotland County (as well as other towns) will involve case management from the Kirksville Salvation Army staff. They do this in an effort to ensure any cycle of evictions, financial hardship, and other barriers are solved. As by providing a few dollars to pay for rent or a medication, this will not do any good if the client lacks an income. Or if they lack health insurance or have other barriers. So case management in Northeast Missouri is holistic in its approach.

By Jon McNamara


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