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Programs and Services

  • Social Services, Food Pantry & Utilities Assistance
  • Licensed After School Program & Summer Day Camp
  • Character Building Youth Programs
  • Senior Meals & Activities
  • Homeless Sheltering Services & Soup Run Feeding Services
  • Transitional Housing Programs
  • Sunday School, Worship, Men's & Women's Bible Study
  • Emergency Disaster Services

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Your Salvation Army

The Salvation Army Colorado Springs Corps

908 Yuma Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Phone: (719) 636-3891
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm

The Salvation Army Fountain Valley Corps

901 N. Santa Fe Avenue, Fountain, CO 80817
Phone: (719) 382-1182
Office Hours: Mon & Fri 9:00am-4:00pm; Tue, Wed, Thu, 9:00am-2:00pm

Fall 2016 Newsletter

Spring 2016 Newsletter

El Paso County Salvation Army 2015 Annual Report

 

Program Locations

The Salvation Army Shelter & Services at RJ Montgomery
709 S. Sierra Madre, Colorado Springs CO 80903
Phone: (719) 578-9190
Hours: 24 Hour Emergency Shelter

The Salvation Army Winter Warming Shelter
505 S. Weber Street, Colorado Springs CO
Hours: Check-in: 7:00pm
Shelter Closes: 9:00am

The Salvation Army Family & Social Services
908 Yuma Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Phone: (719) 636-3891
Hours: 9:00am-4:30pm

The Salvation Army Transitional Housing
922 Yuma Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Phone: (719) 635-1287
Hours: Hours Vary - please call ahead.

Church Programs - 908 Yuma Street
Sunday School: 9:30am
Worship Services: 10:30am
Wednesdays 6:00pm

Church Programs - 901 N. Santa Fe Ave
Sunday School: 9:30am
Worship Services: 10:30am
Wednesdays 6:00pm

Upcoming Events:  

Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday Meals:

It's that time of year again! The Red Kettle Bells are starting to ring, the Angel Trees and Fill-A-Stockings are out, and The Salvation Army is finalizing plans for the annual Community Thanksgiving and Christmas meals. Each year, nearly 4,000 people would be without a warm meal for Thanksgiving and Christmas if it weren't for The Salvation Army and its army of volunteers. The Salvation Army can't meet the need alone. We rely on the generosity of the community to help put the finishing touch on our meals - dessert!

We are in need of store bought pies or desserts for our annual community meals. Please drop off donations to 908 Yuma Street between 9:00am and 5:00pm. Any pies not used for Thanksgiving are frozen to use for Christmas.

The Salvation Army will be feeding from 11:00 to 1:00pm on Thanksgiving and Christmas day at four locations this year. We have added a location in Woodland Park.

  • The Salvation Army 908 Yuma St. COS, CO 
  • Woodland Park Church of the Nazarene 750 N. Hwy 67
  • Manitou Springs Town Hall 606 Manitou Ave. 
  • Fountain Valley Senior Center 5745 Southmoor Dr, Fountain, CO 80817 

Mon.-Fri. Lunch at 908 Yuma Street - See Calendar Below 

 

 

 

 

 

Featured Supporters

Thank you to the sponsors and golfers for our 2016 Hope FORE Children Golf Tournament! They helped raise nearly $11,000 for The Salvation Army programs for children in need.

 

 

 

 

 

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Success Stories

You Allowed Ruth to Transform Her Life

After being a successful wife, mother and businesswoman for more than 50 years – Ruth developed alcoholism and her textbook life began to fall apart. Before she knew it, she was unemployed, homeless and estranged from her family. That’s when she discovered the helping hands of The Salvation Army.

Ruth checked into The Salvation Army Shelter at RJ Montgomery Center and began the process of reconstructing her broken life. Within a few months, she was employed and eligible for a “New Beginning” in The Salvation Army’s transitional housing program.

“New Beginnings was a gift from God,” Ruth said. “The program allowed me to transform myself. It was hard work and sometimes required long hours,” she added. “But I took advantage of every opportunity it provided.”

The Salvation Army gave Ruth the stability she needed to attend AA classes, work, and save money. Upon completion of the two-year Salvation Army program, Ruth moved into an apartment and reconnected with her children and two grandchildren. This spring, Ruth is celebrating her third year of being clean and sober – and you should be celebrating with her because you helped make this possible!

“I can’t even express how much The Salvation Army has done for me – you (The Salvation Army along with people like you) allowed me to change my life!” Ruth says. “Thank you.”