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The Salvation Army's Bridge Program aims to assist people on their personal path to recovery from addiction. In 2014 the Salvos are celebrating 50 years of the Bridge Program. Find out more
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The Salvation Army says an increased number of people are coming to them with problems related to the highly dangerous drug ice and other amphetamine type substances.
The Salvation Army is still standing by those affected by the bushfires; read our report to find out how we've been assisting survivors as they rebuild their lives.
At the age of seven, Tamara Ashby took a hypodermic needle to school for show and tell. She had no idea that it was unusual to have new and used needles littered around a family home.
For information on The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, please visit our dedicated website.