ABOUT THE SALVATION ARMY
The Salvation Army was founded in 1865 in London, England, by a husband and wife team, William & Catherine Booth. In 1890, the original vision of of sharing the gospel was enlarged to meet the urgent social needs of the day. Today, The Salvation Army is an international movement and is an evangelical branch of the Christian Church. It reaches out to all, regardless of race, color, creed, gender, or age, in the name of Jesus Christ.
ABOUT LAWSON MINISTRIES PROGRAMS
The Salvation Army Lawson Ministries main office is located at 533 Main St. E., in central/east Hamilton. We are a community-based, residential support program designed to support adults with dual diagnosis including developmental disabilities and psychiatric issues.
Lawson Lodge Programs was established in 1982. In July of 1998, the program name was changed to The Salvation Army Lawson Ministries Hamilton.
Programs include supported independent living, shared group living, apartment programs, and an individualized day program called STRIVE. We also support a few individuals in an outreach capacity who live independently in their own apartments. The majority of our programs are located in West Hamilton.
The Salvation Army Lawson Ministries Hamilton is commited to establishing a network of people who strive to provide support to families through: Residential and Day program services for people with developmental disabilities by establishing and maintaining a supportive and caring environment.