The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church.  Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Get Help

If you need assistance, we are here to help you. We serve those in need without discrimination. Spanish-speaking staff are available. Please call to receive services.
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Housing Assistance

The Housing Assessment Program (HAP) is Kent County's central intake for homeless persons or those at risk of becoming homeless. HAP refers households to a variety of community partner agencies for assistance to resolve their housing crisis.
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Saying Grace

Essential Services

Essential services include an emergency Food Pantry and Energy Assistance. Our pantry serves the entire Kent County area. Energy assistance may be available for households facing shut off or are already disconnected. Holiday Assistance and Tax Preparation services are also available.
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Get Involved

We are able to help those in need because of the financial and volunteer support of many friends and neighbors. Find out how you can be involved as an individual or with your civic or church group. There are many ways to help.

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1215 E Fulton 
Grand Rapids, MI 49503


Monday-Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm

Job Opening: Behavioral Health Director
31 March 2016
The Behavioral Health Director is responsible for the safety, quality, efficiency, and economy of all our clinical and treatment services in Kent County.
Amazon.com Wish List for Charity Program Announced
11 March 2016
Amazon.com is inviting customers to purchase items to benefit The Salvation Army from May 11 to May 31. Shop today!
Ending Homelessness: Fast Facts
01 June 2015
Below are some facts about Housing First and Rapid Rehousing and why it's seen as a best practice.
Past Participant Spotlight: Melissa
07 April 2015
​This month, we are checking back in on the status of a family that was partnered with Messiah Lutheran Church in Grand Rapids.
Americorps Highlight
13 March 2015
Each year about 23 AmeriCorps members commit to a year of service at one of these locations through the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness (MCAH).