The Salvation Army of Lincoln COVID-19 Response
Modifications in current services offered

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[September 23, 2020]   The recent outbreak and spread of COVID-19, or Coronavirus, across the U.S. has led to many questions and concerns. If you want to learn the best ways to protect yourself, what the symptoms of COVID-19 are, or any other virus specific information – please visit the CDC’s Website for the most accurate information and updated resources.

Throughout this crisis, The Salvation Army will remain committed to our mission of Doing The Most Good for all those in need throughout Logan & Mason County. We will continue to provide as many of our services & programs that we can, while still taking the necessary health precautions. This means that there may be temporary adjustments to the ways we serve.

The best ways to stay up to date on any future changes and ask any questions is to follow us online at https://www.facebook. com/ pg/LoganAndMasonSalvationArmy/

Currently, the Logan & Mason County communities will see the following changes to local Salvation Army operations:

• Our Emergency Utility Assistance through Warm Neighbor Cool Friends (Ameren), and Help 2 others (Illinois American Water) will be by appointment on Tuesdays from 9am-12pm. You will be buzzed into the front door, and will be able to fill out an application in the foyer instead of our community room.

• Our Food Pantry through Midwest Food Bank will be by appointment on Thursdays from 1pm until 4pm. You will be buzzed into the front door, and will be able to fill out an application in the foyer instead or our community. If you are in need of food, but are unable to come to the facility, please contact our office.

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• Our Pathway of Hope case management program for homeless or at risk homeless households is by appointment Wednesdays 9am – 12pm for Logan county, and 8am – 11am Thursdays for Mason County.

• Our Emotional Spiritual Care is available to clients through our Facebook page. Clients may message us directly through Facebook, or call our main office number (217) 732-7890.

• Veterans Program – Six male veterans remain in our transitional housing, and Meals Wheals has been delivering two warm meals a day throughout the business week to our veterans.

• Community Foundation – Funds through the United Way and Community Foundation have been made available to help clients who have been directly affected by COVID-19.

We thank our communities and supporters for understanding the importance of these changes in order to help mitigate the further spread of this virus.

Help The Salvation Army of Logan & Mason County continue to prepare and assist during the COVID-19 pandemic by donating online.

For all questions about scheduling appointments please call our main number (217)732-7890 or message us on Facebook

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