Salvation Army Homeless Shelter Savannah - Savannah , GA

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3100 Montgomery Street
Savannah , GA 31405
: (912) 651-7420
: http://www.salvationarmy-georgia.org

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    2019-07-10 10:44:06
    I came to the shelter from recommendation from a prominent business because I was homeless and broke. Upon coming to the shelter, I was told that there's a fee to stay but it would be waived because I was unable to work and trying to get disability. I also read in the rules that the fee would be waived and had to sign the rules paper. after a week there, I had a meeting with the case manager and was told that if I didn't come up with the weekly fee that I would be put out of the shelter, I was on the women's side. I was told that the shelter was Christian based but the Bible teaches us to feed, clothe and give shelter to the poor and not expect anything in return[Luke 6:35]. Then why are they putting out ANYONE that can't pay because of unable to work. "IF" they're Christians then they need to help the person to get up on their feet. The other thing is ALL women and children have to leave( from 9am to 4pm) whether they have a job or not. But the men, in the drug program are allowed to stay inside all day. I understand that they're in a program but there should be an exception for anyone not in the drug program. Walking around aimlessly in this weather is inhumane. These prominent businesses that donate to help the homeless need to really know what is going on inside the shelter. I appreciated the bed, clothes, shower and food but the unfair treatment of the people who are broke isn't "Godly" or right. I will be praying for the people running the shelter that they come to realize their wrongdoing. I will also try to let the people who donate to the shelter to see if they can help change some things. May God bless anyone who reads this.

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Description: Homeless Shelter At Location. Can arrange for extended stays in order to gain self-sufficiency.  365 day a year emergency shelter for men, women and children.

Hours:
Mondays through Sundays intake starting 4:00 pm

Office hours: Mondays through Fridays8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

The emergency shelter and transitional housing programs provide lodging, meals, personal hygiene items, clothing, employment assistance and casework services with in-depth assessment of circumstances that led to homelessness. The Salvation Army Case Managers work one-on-one with each resident to formulate a plan toward self-sufficiency and stable housing.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Salvation Army Homeless Shelter Savannah at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


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Do you have items to donate? Contact Salvation Army Homeless Shelter Savannah at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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