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No One Should Ever Grow Old Alone

Through programs designed to address the mind, body and soul, we meet the needs of adults of all ages.

The Salvation Army Is Dedicated to
Serving Seniors and the Elderly Through:

Community Care Ministries

Each Salvation Army corps community center offer a visitation program that connects Salvation Army officers and volunteers to people in nursing homes, hospitals, assisted living buildings, private residences and correctional facilities. 

Activities

The Salvation Army works to stimulate the minds and bodies of older adults via educational opportunities, low-impact exercise, dances, lunches, fellowship, and countless other "young at heart" activities.

 Booth and Catherine Booth Residences

The Salvation Army provides housing facilities at a moderate cost for senior citizens and those with physical handicaps or mobility impairments.

The Booth and Catherine Booth Residences in Cincinnati feature one-bedroom apartments, where residents can enjoy daily activities, a community library and daily meals.

For availability, please call: (513) 242-4482

Center Hill Senior Center Campus

The residences, senior center, and the Center Hill Corps Community Center are all located on the beautiful 40-acre Center Hill Campus. Through localized programs, older adults can gather together to share interests, develop new skills and enjoy the company of their peers.

 

Cincinnati Center Hill Page

Help adults and seniors find dignity and purpose.

$500 helps provide meals for 100 struggling seniors.

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economic insecurity affects adults daily

An estimated 4 out of 5 adults struggle with near-poverty, joblessness or dependence on welfare. While much of social service works highlights families and children, the “invisible poor”, the adult and senior populations within communities whether suburban or rural are often forgotten.

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