The Salvation Army provides supportive accommodation for people with a range of needs, including for adults with intellectual disabilities, hospice care, seniors and those in residential substance abuse programmes.
Short-term and crisis-care emergency housing for families and people living alone is also offered through Salvation Army Community Ministries centres around the country. It is not just about putting a roof over people's heads, it is about bringing back hope to their lives.
If you need shelter and help to get your life back on track, our hostels can be your safety net; communities where the activities of daily life are finally possible.
Our independent living units provide an essential service for the low income elderly. If you or a family member is an older person in need, please read to find out more about these units.
Transitional homes which provide supervised emergency accommodation. If you are a young person in need of emergency accommodation, employment or other kinds of assistance, please read about the services we offer.
Bramwell Booth caters to men and women with intellectual disabilities, from young adults to the elderly. We are 'a home away from home' for those looking for a supportive environment in a peaceful setting.