A quick summary of what we do
The Ottawa Booth Centre is much more than a shelter. We run residential addiction treatment programs such as Stabilization, and Anchorage Addiction Recovery.
We also offer the Residential Life Skills program. It enhances clients’ abilities and equips them with problem-solving strategies. Clients return to the community with new coping skills.
Our Booth Centre operates several housing-related programs, funded by the city of Ottawa, that aim to end homelessness through a Housing First strategy of locating and renting housing units, and helping new tenants adapt and become housing self-sufficient, including those previously engaged in street living.
The Community Family Services provides budget and financial-management counselling and banking-related support, runs an emergency food pantry, and operates a fund that helps tenants pay their outstanding heating bills in winter. We also run an emergency hostel for men 18 years of age and older.
Motivated by Christ-like values and beliefs, The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre provides effective, client-centered programs and services, which respond to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the vulnerable in our community.
The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre will uphold and promote:
The Ottawa Booth Centre is a social services unit of The Salvation Army, which is an international Christian church whose message is based on the Bible and whose ministry is motivated by compassion and meeting the needs of humanity.
Our vision is to be recognized for:
The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre team shows unconditional acceptance of all individuals and families who come for help by: