Prenatal & Family Clinic

The Salvation Army Social Services Health Clinic provides health care for children, pregnant women and families and focuses on preventative care, prenatal care, and health maintenance through medical services, social support, and education.


The Parent Center

The Parent Center is a residential program for pregnant and/or parenting women and their children who are homeless.  The Parent Center also includes a licensed Child Development Center as well as outreach, education, and prevention services. Contact the Housing Assessment Program for a referral.


Housing Assistance

The Housing Assessment Program (HAP) is Kent County’s central intake point for homeless persons or those at risk of becoming homeless. HAP refers households to a variety of community services or agencies for assistance to resolve their housing crisis.

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Emergency Services

Emergency services include a food pantry and utility assistance. Our pantry has regularly scheduled hours Monday through Thursday and serves the entire Kent County area. Utility assistance may be available for households facing shut off or are already disconnected. Holiday assistance is available for Christmas. Food vouchers and toys are provided …Read More


The Congregational Partnership Program

A response of the faith community to help prevent and end homelessness.  Engage in a relational ministry by providing volunteer support and financial resources to alleviate a housing crisis for a program participant.

Recent Stats

  • People assisted in 2012:
  • 2,913 patients were seen at the Family Practice and OB clinics
  • 611 households received utility assistance
  • 4,495 households received food through the pantry


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