Salvation Army launches nationwide support hotline

The Salvation Army is launching a nationwide support hotline to provide emotional and spiritual care to anyone impacted by the coronavirus crisis.

Posted: Apr 14, 2020 12:36 PM

KHSL – The Salvation Army is launching a nationwide support hotline, to address community needs associated with rising anxiety, uncertainty, and fear surrounding the coronavirus.

The hotline number is 1-844-458-4673. Staff are available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and will answer calls made anywhere in the U.S. Counselors speak English and Spanish, and callers are encouraged to leave a message if they call after hours, the Salvation Army said in a press release.

Those who call can choose to speak to counselors or a pastor if there is a need for emotional support. Callers can also get help in finding local assistance services, including food, shelter, and rent.

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