Emergency Services

The Emergency Assistance Program is an integral part of The Salvation Army of Douglas County, providing services to families on an emergency basis. These services are available to any resident of Douglas County to help provide aid for families who need rent, utility, clothing, food or other required assistance. Our Caseworker meets with families to assess their needs and how help might be available.


For more information please contact:


Kate Rylander
785.843.4188 ext 104
kate_rylander@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

Intensive Case Management

Project Able – Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP) offers clients centered case planning that promotes measurable goal attainment, increases self-sufficiency, improves independent living skills and increases the participant’s ability to maintain permanent housing. Participants’ are provided a full range of support which includes: comprehensive case management, social services, education, employment services, treatment services, socialization activities, cultural enrichment, spiritual growth and opportunities for recreation.

For more information please contact:
Vivian Baars
785.843.4188 ext 105
vivian_baars@usc.salvationarmy.org

 

 

Pathway of Hope

Pathway of Hope is designed to be a high-impact approach to assistance by focusing on finding the root causes keeping families from becoming self-sufficient. The program targets families with children in an effort to impact generational poverty.

Families accepted into the program will work with one of our social workers on a long-term intensive case management basis, providing them life skills training and potential resources to address their specific barriers to increased stability.

For more information please contact:

Kate Rylander
785-843-4188 ext 104
kate_rylander@usc.salvationarmy.org