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Organization: Salvation Army Community and Family Services - Peterborough  
Phone Numbers: 705-743-3131
Fax: 705-749-1888
219 Simcoe St
Peterborough, ON
K9H 2H6
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Elevator - Individual needs to advise coordinator of the need for assistance.
Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-4pm * Fri 9am-12:30pm
Executives: Major Bert Sharp - Pastor
705-743-3131 ext 22 *
Service Description: To minister to and serve the needs of the community through caring service, fellowship and evangelism.

ANGER AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM - An eight week program addressing the issue of anger management in a non-threatening environment with the leadership of a trained facilitator. A court referral, probation and parole referral or self referral. This is a court recognized program. Call organization for fee scheule. There is a sliding fee scale according to income. Operating hours Wed 7pm-9pm.

BREAKFAST PROGRAM - Provided every Mon, Wed and Fri for those who are homeless, those who are unable to provide their own nutritional needs and those who need a place to meet for food and fellowship. From 8:45am-9:45am.

CAMP PROGRAMS - A children's summer camp held at Roblin Lake. The camp runs for six days Mon to Sat. Capacity - 20 children. The camp is available one week in the summer. There is a minimal deposit. Busing is provided to the camp. Contact organization for further details and current fee schedule.

CHRISTMAS HAMPER PROGRAM - Provides Christmas food hampers and toys for needy families. Hours from 9:30am-3pm Mon to Fri from mid-November to December only.

COURT SUPPORT PROGRAM - Trained worker provides support and information for those involved in the criminal justice system - accused, victims and their families. Worker is available to accompany individuals/families during court appearances. Worker is a valuable referral resource. Hours from 9am-4pm Mon to Thu.

FAMILY EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE - A wide variety of emergency needs are dealt with on a daily basis, such as food, medicine, household needs, heat, hydro, rent. Hours from 1pm-4pm Mon, Tue, Thu and Fri for emergency assistance although offices are open Mon to Fri 9am-4pm. No appointment necessary.

FAMILY TRACING SERVICES - The Salvation Army employs it's national and international network to search for missing persons and reunites famillies. An individual must be a family member. Hours from 12noon-4pm Mon, Tue, Thu and Fri and from 9am-12noon on Wed.

INCOME TAX PROGRAM - Completion of client income tax returns for low income households. To qualify household earnings must be less than $30,000 a year per couple or less than $25,000 a year for a single person. Hours are 9am-4pm Mon-Fri.

POSITIVE LIFESTYLES PROGRAM - Program designed for males and females, ages 16 and over, who, because of difficulties in their lives, may or may not have become involved with the crimical justice system. Client works individually with trained facilitator. Eligibility Process: Age (16 years or older) and assessment review. Those who are exhibiting inappropriate behavious resulting from stress or depression. May or may not have committed a criminal offence. Hours are 1pm-4pm Mon, Tue, Wed and Thu. A fee of $50 with a fee reduction sliding fee scale according to income.

PRODUCE BOX PROGRAM - Participants pre-pay for a box at the beginning of the month and pick up the box on the third Wed of the month. A waiting period occurs if the capacity of boxes are met for the month. There is a minimal fee of $10 for one produce box per month. Hours are 9am-4pm Mon to Fri.

Fees: Contact the office for current fee schedules and for which service.
Eligibility / Target Population: Anyone
Languages: English
Area Served:
Peterborough (County of)  
See Also: Anger Management
Financial Assistance for Rent and Utilities
Hospitality Meals

This information was last completely updated on July 24, 2017

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