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For more information, please call WE FIGHT HUNGER From sit-down programs that provide nutritious hot meals and valuable human interaction, to mobile meals delivering sustenance to those who cannot reach a food distribution center, to feeding programs across our hundreds of shelters and residential facilities, we help the most vulnerable members of society escape the daily burdens of food insecurity.

Veterans stay in our program for a few months or up to a year while they work on getting connected to benefits through the VA, work with ours Case Management Specialists on barriers to housing, and address any other challenges they face on building a stable life. We operate a Day Shelter, Overnight Shelter and maintain temporary housing efficiency apartments in our Emergency Family Shelter units. Each night many people sleep at The Salvation Army as we strive to help them gain hope, stability and success. At our Corps, you will find a variety of place based programs including weekly worship services, youth character building activities, senior citizen activities, food pantry, resources and recreation.

Some want to attend a week of overnight summer camp, play in the gym, or learn a new skill after school rather than going home to an empty house. Some need an adequate dinner or help with homework. As a proud Future Ready Collier partner, we strive to ensure every child is ready for kindergarten. Committed to the families we serve, we want to give parents complete peace of mind. Nutritionally balanced food is provided by our full-time kitchen staff. Children are served a morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack. Child Development Center. The child care center offers developmentally appropriate programs and specialized curriculum.

Our loving and qualified staff is ready to prepare each child for a bright future. Your child will build social skills and make friends. We will encourage your child through exploration and learning. With love, acceptance, and a sense of belonging, we nurture your child's self-esteem positively. At the Salvation Army Naples Child Care Center, we allow every child to show their uniqueness with love and guidance based on the Word of God through Scripture and praise. We provide a wonderful facility for 80 children from ages 1 to 5 with a small child-to-teacher ratio.

We accept new students as availability allows. Included is a delicious morning and afternoon snack. A nutritious hot lunch is served and prepared by our full-time kitchen staff. All tuition is based on a flat rate. Sliding fee scale fee is available upon request to those qualifying. An application must be requested during the enrollment process. Drop-off time is between - AM. Closed on major holidays. Enrollment is based on availability, please call to schedule a tour.

We serve children from 1 year through five years old without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Fran Cohen Youth Center. Our after-school and summer day camp programs provide children of all ability levels the opportunity to play and grow in a positive and safe atmosphere. Motivated by God's love, our programs strive to develop the whole child - within their environment - to help them grow physically, mentally and socially.

Full S. Ahead: Full S. Ahead is an enrichment program in the arts and sciences that has donated the program to the Fran Cohen Youth Center as a curriculum resource. This program offers high-quality lessons to children in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts, and music. The Youth Center has adopted the Full S.

Ahead culture of perseverance, fearless problem-solving, idea generation, and self-guided learning which will help them develop essential thinking skills to prepare them to conquer the world. Children receive character education, stem classes, mixed media classes, athletics, performing arts, vacation bible school, and more.

Each week has a fun theme, a fruit of the Holy Spirit to lead the way, and a character trait to explore. We go on field trips, play, learn, and make memories. Summer day camp operates Monday through Friday, am - pm. Drop off time is between am and am. Late children will not be accepted without prior approval. Pick up time is before 6 pm. Parent or guardian must come in and your child in and out of day camp each day.

Perez uss. Camp Keystone. For over years, The Salvation Army has recognized the restorative power of nature. The Salvation Army operates 45 residential summer camps and hundreds of day camps across the country. Each year more than , children and senior citizens enjoy the fresh air, exercise and new friendships at these annual summer camp programs. The Keystone camping experience is more than just a pleasant vacation. Children learn new skills and self-reliance; trained counselors who understand their emotional needs and problems help them to mature. Camp activities include learning to swim, adventure and scouting camps, arts and crafts, music developments and sports.

Open to Collier County children ages We help those facing difficult times by providing aid whenever possible. Our programs provide Financial Assistance and other aid to Collier County residents who meet certain criteria. Emergency Financial Assistance. Bring original documents and valid ID to complete all paperwork needed for assistance. Financial assistance is provided once in a month period. Checks are issued twice a month. To help us serve you, be sure to bring original Photo ID and documents.

Our goal is to provide exceptional service. If you or your family need financial assistance with your rent, mortgage, electric or water bill, please call to schedule an appointment to complete paperwork with a caseworker to determine eligibility.

Making an appointment ahead of time will help our caseworkers secure resources and give prompt service. Clients seeking grocery orders, vouchers and seasonal programs will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Some residency exceptions may be made, depending on the amount of food we have in our Pantry at the time of the request. Because donations to our Food Pantry increase and decrease throughout the year, the of times a Client is eligible to receive food may change. To help us serve you, be sure to bring original Photo ID.

Clients are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Help is needed all year extra help needed during November and December. Help collect, sort and pack bags for distribution to needy Collier County families. Please print and complete the Volunteer Application packet. Neighborhood food drives are a fun way to create the feeling of community.

View the flyer. Pathway of Hope. It allows The Salvation Army to work hand-in-hand with motivated families to propel them away from chronic, intergenerational poverty and toward a path to self-sufficiency. As we serve 30 million Americans annually, we are keenly aware of the trials our client families face.

We also know that their struggles will persist if we keep treating the recurring symptoms of the problem and not the source. Poverty is not an affliction of the unfortunate few. It is a national epidemic. Left unchecked, the poverty of today will impact untold families tomorrow. Youth who live in poverty for half of their adolescence are 32 times more likely to stay there; 42 percent of children born to parents in the bottom fifth of income distribution remain at the bottom — a startling reality in this land of opportunity.

The impact of intergenerational poverty is seen, most acutely, in children, as over one half of those adults who were poor in childhood currently live at or below the poverty level. The Mission of Pathway of Hope: To provide enhanced services to families that are ready to take action to break the cycle of poverty for their children and generations to come.

The Pathway of Hope intends to address the root causes of poverty for at least , client families across the country. To accomplish these ambitious goals, The Salvation Army has expanded its holistic approach, which serves the entire person; physically, emotionally and spiritually. Laying The Foundation for Hope The Salvation Army is well-positioned for this bold mission due to the wide scope of our engagement footprint.

There is no need for new infrastructure. We will be harnessing more than years of program experience, social service expertise and unalterable faith in the ability of people to help themselves when provided with real opportunities. The initiative builds upon and expands our current strengths, as well as the ties we already have with families in the communities we serve. Collaborative Coaching with Families The typical Pathway of Hope family is composed of a single mother, in her mid-thirties, with two to three children.

Every day, she is faced with the daunting task of deciding whether to pay for food, electricity or medical needs from her allocation of meager resources. She is employed in a low-wage, part-time position without benefits. While Pathway of Hope is comprehensive and characterized by compassionate, concerted care, it is not for everyone. Applicants undergo a thorough evaluation to establish their readiness to proactively overcome behaviors and patterns that reinforce their impoverished identity.

Compassionate, Strengths-Based Case Management Case Managers meet one-on-one with participating client families for intensive counseling, as well as conduct home visits to identify the barriers to self-sufficiency. Community Coordination Addressing the underlying causes of intergenerational poverty is a difficult task that no one single organization can address on its own. The Salvation Army is partnering with agencies to address the specific needs of the families in Pathway of Hope. We collaborate with area agencies and organizations in order to provide client families with the best tools and support strategies for achieving their goals.

This approach allows The Salvation Army and other organizations to stretch our resources further, prevent duplication and help a greater of people with more in-depth methods. Consistency of Programs through Robust Training and Evaluation We are extremely dedicated to the consistent implementation of Pathway of Hope and the uniform tracking of its effects within the lives of those it serves.

To ensure both high performance and impact across all implementation areas, The Salvation Army is investing in case manager training and the expansion of the information technology system currently in use at Pathway of Hope locations.

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