Every day, we help thousands of people throughout the Northeast. We offer unique, local programs, designed to meet the specific needs of each community we serve. Explore the ways we provide services to every ZIP code in the Northeast or find your nearest location to discover local programming.
The Salvation Army recognizes that holidays can bring added financial and emotional stress for families in need. We offer a variety of services to help families and individuals make it through more difficult holiday seasons. Learn More Here
The Salvation Army Missing Persons program is a unique international social service. Its purpose is to help facilitate successful reunions between family members who have lost contact with each other.Learn More Here
At The Salvation Army, we have an open door policy when it comes to those needing help with housing - whether they need a place to rest their head inside our doors or need help finding a way to stay in their own home. All are welcome, and every night, we help thousands of men, women, youth and children sleep safely and dream of a better tomorrow.Learn More Here
We are The Salvation Army Eastern USA, which serves communities in Connecticut, Delaware, Northeast Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands. We’re one of four territories in the U.S. and part of an International organization, headquartered in London. The other U.S. territories are: West, South and Central.
Salvation Army territories are made up of areas of service known as divisions. There are 40 divisions in the U.S. – we oversee 11 of them. Divisions consist of centers for worship and service. These are the hubs where service to members of the community actually occurs. Our doors are open to all.
The Salvation Army Eastern USA headquarters conducts an internal process that provides review of all programs to ensure client satisfaction, program quality and that The Salvation Army National Social Services Standards are being followed with the oversight of an licensed Social Worker.