CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Salvation Army is breaking ground Monday on three new buildings in different communities.
Each of these new facilities will provide emergency services and supportive programs such as hot meals, clothing, case management services, youth development programs, and other specialized programs.
The first, in East Cleveland, The Salvation Army will establish a brand new Corps Community Center to offer services and programs for families, youth, and seniors.
At noon, officials will break ground on Prospect Ave. in Cleveland. The new Zelma George Emergency Family Shelter will provide individual living units for 35 homeless families and shelter for six adult human trafficking victims.
Then a few hours later officials will move over to Grovewood Avenue. There the new Temple Corps Community Center will begin its expansion in order to provide programs in the Collinwood neighborhood.