The Salvation Army
Divisional Headquarters

10755 Burt Street
Omaha, NE 68114
402-898-7700


The Salvation Army
Renaissance Village

3612 Cuming Street
Omaha, NE 68131
402-898-5900

Burrows Center for
Help and Hope
6101 NW Radial Highway
Omaha, NE 68104
402-898-6090

North Corps Community Center
Majors
Randall & Susan Summit
2424 Pratt Street
Omaha, NE 68111
402-451-4048
 

Citadel Worship Center
Captains Trevor & Rochelle McClintock
3738 Cuming Street
Omaha, NE 68131
402-553-5694
 
Council Bluffs Worship Community Center
Major Donna Miller
715 North 16th Street
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
712-328-2088

Gene Eppley Camp
CampGeneEppley.org
915 Allied Road
Omaha, NE 68123
Camp Administration
402-291-1912 ext. 10 & 11
402-291-1036 fax
 
Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
Aux. Capt. John & Tracy Gantner
OmahaKroc.org
2825 "Y" Street
Omaha, NE  68107-4450
402-905-3500
 
Adult Rehabilitation Center
Captains Chris & April Clarke
2551 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68131
402-342-4135

About Us

The Salvation Army and the LGBT Community


The People We Serve

Each year, thanks to generous donations, The Salvation Army serves nearly 30 million Americans - or one person every second - from a variety of backgrounds. People who come to us for assistance will be served according to their need and our capacity to help - regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation.

The People We Hire

The Salvation Army embraces employees of many different faiths and orientations. Our hiring practices are open to all, and we adhere to all relevant employment laws, providing domestic partner benefits accordingly.

The People Who Support Us

Many people - including those in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community - support us with time and financial resources because of a common cause and commitment: To serve people in need.

"I called (Harbor Light) and told them everything - that I was on a fixed income, disabled, transgendered and trying to get away from my ex. It wasn't even an hour later that they called back and said they'd hold a spot for me. I arrived with nothing but a hope to start my life over and a desire to be strong again. A year and a half later, I was back on my feet. Living there was drama-free and I was never disrespected. They started a community service bug in me that's kept me active to this very day."

- Jacquelynn Massengill, Salvation Army volunteer
and former transitional housing resident

 




Questions? Don't hesitate to follow up with your local Salvation Army or email its National Headquarters at
mediarelations@usn.salvationarmy.org.

Links

Meeting the Need (Our Lives, Madison’s LGBT&XYZ Magazine)

Salvation Army Provides Shelter to All People (The Kansas City Star)

In the Spirit: Gay Man Recalls Kindness Shown by Salvation Army (Wisconsin State Journal)

Setting the record straight on the Salvation Army (San Diego Gay & Lesbian News)

The Salvation Army's Response to Austrailian Radio Interview 

Salvation Army has changed its ways (The Columbus Dispatch)