Are you looking for a warm and safe place to stay? Do you need assistance with housing and utilities or help with an emergency food hamper? Are you looking to break free from your addictions? If this applies to you, then you’ve come to the right place. Here, at the Centre of Hope, you’ll find a caring and dedicated staff who want to help you get on your feet and find stability again.
The Salvation Army Halifax Centre of Hope houses a men's shelter, addictions centre, a chapel, dining hall, half way house, as well as a family services division including clothing, a food bank, and various community programs to assist in helping bring those who struggle to an easier and more peaceful path in life.
The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has become the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country. The Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulnerable people in 400 communities across Canada and 117 countries around the world..
Its message is based on the Bible; its ministry is motivated by love for God and the needs of humanity.
As a result, The Salvation Army Centre of Hope responds to the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of those within our sphere of influence, leading to self-healing and regeneration through supportive, multi-faceted programs.
ARE YOU LOOKING TO BREAK FREE FROM YOUR ADDICTIONS?
Our centre shelters males 19 years of age and older in emergency or transient situations...24/7/365. This is done on a very economical per diem basis. We work in partnership with local community services to help those in need find a safe place to be. While we operate as a general sheltering service we can accommodate both short and long term residency and remain at or around capacity on a regular basis.
Our sheltering capacity includes 18 dormitory style beds, 10 semi-private beds, and 12 private bed spaces for a total of 40. We also maintain a respite capacity of 5 bed spaces, mostly for minus degree weather and other emergency purposes.
For service inquiries call our Front Line Workers...
(902) 422 2363 ext 235
Our services, beyond offering a safe and secure environment, include home cooked meals (3), snacks (3) on a daily basis,
Chaplaincy Program is available for: Hope Centre Clients (Homeless & Rehab) & Staff, Booth Place Apartments, Family Services, Court, Railton, Hospital as needed. Serving the community in general, along with families of clients.