Reclaiming Dignity: How Personal Relationships are Changing Lives in Montana

The Salvation Army corps (church) in Helena, Montana, is meeting needs with its Life Empowerment Program, which helps homeless and at-risk men, women, & families to get back on their feet. The program provides temporary housing, and helps in the search for permanent housing, as well as providing life skill classes such as budgeting to help break the cycle of homelessness. But ask the staff there, and they’ll tell you that the most essential element of the program is the personal relationships they build with those that come through their doors, and the physical, emotional and spiritual care they provide.

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