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When an individual makes the decision to change their life and overcome their drug and/or alcohol addiction, many have found the faith-based rehabilitation offered by The Salvation Army a true salvation. At no cost to the recovering addicted person, The Salvation Army provides them a place to live, life-building skills, instructional courses, emotional and spiritual support, and the tools they will need to move forward on their own. The Harbor Light Center has created the critically acclaimed Harbor Light Choir from their current and former clients; Sally’s House and Family Residence have propelled dozens of women back into society as productive individuals; and the Adult Rehabilitation Center continues to change lives – as do all our Salvation Army programs and services.
The Harbor Light Center and the Adult Rehabilitation Center are two of The Salvation Army's rehabilitation facilities – help adult men overcome their addictions to drugs and/or alcohol, and provide them a transition out of homelessness. Each night in Houston at least 600 homeless people find shelter at one of The Salvation Army's facilities.
In downtown Houston, Sally's House (originally named after the slang word for The Salvation Army in the
homeless communities throughout Houston) offers a transitional program for adult single women who are addicted
to drugs and/or alcohol, and who are living on the streets.
During inclement weather, the Harbor Light Center opens its doors to all transients and does not refuse anyone. Because of the generous donations from our community all these programs and services are offered completely free of charge.