Social Services

Social Services- a Salvation Army employee playing floor hickey with 3 other men

The Salvation Army is at work in more than 130 countries. In Canada, The Salvation Army began its operations in 1882 and has grown to become one of the largest direct providers of social services in the country. In Bermuda, the Army has been at work since 1896.

Our social service programs include:

  • hunger relief for individuals and families through food banks and feeding programs;
  • shelter for people experiencing homelessness and support for those needing housing;
  • rehabilitation for those struggling with substance use disorder;
  • long-term and palliative care;
  • Christmas assistance such as food hampers and toys;
  • after-school programs:
  • camps;
  • school nutrition programs for children and youth;
  • life-skills classes such as budgeting, cooking on a tight budget and anger management.