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Organization: Salvation Army Community and Family Services - Cobourg  
Phone Numbers: 905-373-9440
Toll-Free: 1-866-865-0678
Fax: 905-373-9370 (call first)
Email: safamser@cogeco.net
Website: www.sallyann.ca
Address:
59 Ballantine St
Cobourg, ON
K9A 5G8
Intersection: King St E and Division St
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 9am-1pm
Contacts: Michael Simpson - Corps Officer
David Alexander - Community & Family Services Director

Service Description: Care for the physical and spiritual needs of individuals of all race, color, creed, sex or age.

Emergency Assistance: emergency assistance provided includes food, milk, shelter, clothing and transportation.

Lunch programs: winter and summer lunch programs.

Good Food Box:  Subsidized by the Northumberland County Social Services and supported by the community this program allows adult families and families with children purchase monthly nutritious fruit and vegetables at low cost.

Furniture/Appliances: this program is designed to help low income households get furniture and appliances that are in good condition.

Coats for Kids: This campaign is a partnership involving contributions from area business, schools and the community at large to assist families with children keep their kids warm in the winter. Runs middle of September through to the end of October each year.

Medical and Dental: provide short term assistance only until a client can find a longer term solution. Clients are typically low income families and individuals either working or on WSIB or EI and are not covered by social service programs or other medical insurance plans.

Self Help Program: Celebrate Recovery meetings for all people with hurts, habits or hang-ups. Meetings are Tue from 6:30-9pm.

Jumpstart: Canadian Tire funding allows us to assist families with children ages 4-18 to participate in a recreation or sport that otherwise they couldn't afford themselves.

Food Cupboard: Every 1st and 3rd Thu from 4-6 pm from January to September, the food cupboard provides refreshments, snacks and social time. Attendees can also bring their own bags and fill them with food. 

Christmas Assistance: Food and toys are distributed to those families who cannot afford these items. Application process for this service.

Disaster Services: small and large scale disasters. For individuals and families involved in home fires and automobile accidents. Services include food, accommodation, personal needs items, housing assistance, clothing, furniture, appliances and household items.


Services and Programs:
  • Good Food Box

Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Northumberland County  
See Also: Clothing and Household Items
Emergency Planning and Preparedness
Food Banks
Hospitality Meals

This information was last completely updated on June 20, 2017

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