Katie remembers exactly when she lost her faith, and was swept up into the dark world of drugs.
We work to bring hope to New Zealanders in need. But we can’t do this alone.
Since being set free from drug addiction, Trevor McLean has been giving back to Whangarei and his Maori community.
Salvation Army asks for a consistent and universal approach to vulnerability, pain and suffering.
Moving Targets: The 2016 State of the Nation report examines the encouraging but fragile social progress in New Zealand.
Bring your alcohol, drug use or problem gambling under control.
Training and work placement.
Short and long-term to meet a range of needs.
Our Reintegration Service is for offenders who do not have or cannot organise appropriate housing for their release from prison.
Too good to throw away? Give it to the Sallies!
Our current appeals to help those in need in your community.
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The first inklings of what would become Recovery Church began, not from The Salvation Army, but from a client who had been through the Bridge Programme (which is also known as Addiction Services).