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Sunnyvale Corps

Sunnyvale Corps

Salvation Army

Provides emergency assistance to persons in immediate need and offers after school activities and summer day camp program.

Description:

Provides emergency assistance including food and clothing for persons in immediate need. Provides PG&E assistance through REACH program. Youth programs offer tutoring, music and troops. Information on related resources is available. Also provides rental assistance when funds are available.

Location

Public Transit:

VTA stops within 4 blocks.
1161 South Bernardo, Sunnyvale, CA 94087 37.3569004 -122.0600024

Service Options

Languages Spoken:

  • Korean

Services

Sunnyvale Corps

Service Description:

Provides emergency assistance including food and clothing for persons in immediate need. Provides PG&E assistance through REACH program. Youth programs offer tutoring, music and troops. Information on related resources is available. Also provides rental assistance when funds are available.

Fees:

None for emergency services. Vary for after school activities. Cash and checks accepted.

Eligibility:

None for emergency assistance

How to Apply:

Walk in. Written application, identification required for emergency assistance.

Service Wait Estimate:

No wait.
Adult Rehabilitation Center

Service Description:

Provides a long-term (6-12 month) residential rehabilitation program for men and women with substance abuse and other problems. Residents receive individual counseling, and drug and alcohol education. The spiritual side of recovery is addressed through chapel services and Bible study as well as 12-step programs. Nicotine cessation is a part of the program. Residents must be physically able to work, seeking treatment for substance abuse, sober long enough to pass urine drug screen before entering and agreeable to participating in weekly 12-step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. Pinehurst Lodge is a separate facility for women only. Houses for men and women graduates also available.

Fees:

None.

Audience:

Adult alcoholic/drug addictive men and women with social and spiritual problems

Eligibility:

Age 21-60, detoxed, physically able and willing to participate in a work therapy program

How to Apply:

Walk in or through other agency referral.

Service Wait Estimate:

Varies according to available beds for men and women. Women have a longer wait due to small number of beds statewide.

Service Areas:

  • San Mateo County