Santa Ana Hospitality House - Salvation Army - Santa Ana, CA

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818 E. 3rd Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
: 714-542-9576
: http://www.salvationarmyoc.org/hospitality-house.html

REVIEWS: 3

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    2018-07-30 14:24:53
    Just now I spoke with Ben who hung up on me because just like most people I have zero tolerance and interest lairs. Ben is sticking up for Darron and who has been bullying guest and myself. I simply asked for a greviance to report the discrimination and Unequal treatment of the guest and was kicked out.
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    2018-06-21 13:17:23
    I wanted to take a minute to thank Salvation Army for taking me in, when I needed the help. I came to the Orange County area for what was to be a good job. I worked there for two days, and when I went to work the next day, there was a work crew there, removing all the office equipment. They gave me a number to call. It was disconnected. I came from Arizona, which was bad. I wanted to stay in Orange County, so I stayed in a campground for two weeks, while I was looking for a job. I got hired at Target right away. I literally had started my first day, when I called my son to see how he was doing. I left him there in Arizona, and he was 28 then. He was alone, and considering suicide. I called my sister to go help him, but, as you can see, I had to leave right away. So, he ended up getting the help he needed, and everything worked out well. I got out of Arizona, and now live in Albuquerque. My son has a new girlfriend, I have a new job at a very nice office, and everything is looking up. I also want to tell people to not give up. There is always hope. There are many resources available to help get somebody back on their feet. Do what you need to do to get the help you need. Thank you, Salvation Army!
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    2018-05-03 16:15:17
    I am so amazed with the Salvation Army Hospitality House of Santa Ana, CA. Me who have lost most everything are given an opportunity to rebuild their lives, with a lot of special people. This facility is clean and they stress the cleanliness with those who partake of the facility multiple times daily. There is structure and those who oppose the structure are dismiss post haste. I've seen it in action. Three men disregarded a rule, which violated a rule to the community and the facility. A person who worked for the facility immediately shared with the three, 'You are not to return to the facility.' The reported it to his supervisor, who came out to examine the violation. "Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell him his fault between thee and him alone: if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained thy brother. But if he will not hear, take thee one or two more, that in the mouth of two of three witnesses every word mat be established. And if he shall neglect to hear the church, let him be unto thee as a heathen man and a publican. Verily I say unto you, whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heave: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. Again I say unto you, that if two of you shall agree on earth as touching anything that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. Matthew 18:1-20 Lacking in the Church and the lives of individuals is today is structure, discipline and individual/communal responsibility. But I would say, "Not at Santa Ana Hospitality House - Salvation Army - Santa Ana, CA. They do not judge you they treat you at face value and go the extra mile if needed. Today the rules are as follows for 21 days: 1. You will receive breakfast and dinner. 2. You must leave the facility at 7 AM and if inducted return no later than 5 PM. 3. Daily showers are a must, upon arrival each day. 4. There is a computer room, but you should try to schedule, out of respect time in the computer room. 5. You must have a valid ID and the facility may help facilitate the process of obtaining an ID. 6. You should help out with the cleaning of the facility. 7. Bedtime and all electronics should be turned at 10 PM. 8. There are Bible Studies, which are not mandatory. Some musical and others who are just preaching the Word of God. 9. Respect for the neighborhood is preached daily. These are just some of the rules to help create structure in lives, but there are extended services as well to those who earn through meetings of staff. I could say more. I've really enjoyed my time here of only 5 nights.

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Description: Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The Hospitality House provides homeless single adult males with a clean, safe place to stay.  Food, clothing, and counseling services are provided free of charge to those that are in need, as well as work search and integrated employment programs.

The Santa Ana Hospitality House has a capacity of 50 beds, and also provides clients with meals, an on-site case worker and job placement assistance. Beds are assigned based on availability, as well as a designated length of stay. However, individuals who need more time to rebuild their lives have the opportunity to extend their stay and participate in the transitional living programs.

Services:

-Transitional Living Programs
-Emergency Shelter
-Daily Meal Service
-Case Management and Counseling
-Employment Assistance and Job Placement
-Substance Abuse Recovery Services and Crisis Intervention
-Transportation and Basic Needs Assistance
-Computer and Life Skills Classes
-Weekly Worship Services

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Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2017-03-15


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