Alabama Recovery Work Continues To Connect Hope And Opportunity

Tuscaloosa, AL (February 22, 2012)—As rebuilding continues across Alabama, so does The Salvation Army’s presence and commitment to the residents of our state. The Salvation Army continues to operate an office of recovery at 900 Skyland Boulevard (former Goody’s location) in Tuscaloosa. Case workers are available between the hours of 9 AM and 3:30 PM weekdays. Assistance is available to all affected by the April 2011 storms.

Salvation Army staff will work to connect applicants to available assistance through the various agencies and Long term Recovery Committees partnering to build stronger communities. The Salvation Army is committed to Doing the Most good for all Alabama residents as we rebuild together.

Additionally, The Salvation Army continues to provide long term recovery case workers across Alabama. Partnering with Long Term Recovery Committees in each community, The Salvation Army is working to connect residents with the available resources at both The Salvation Army and partnering agencies.

The Salvation Army is currently providing disaster assistance 10 locations in Alabama. Residents in need of assistance may contact the following locations for assistance:

NW AL Resource Center (DHQ Recovery Center)
200 Indies St Hackleburg
Serving: Franklin and Marion Counties

The Salvation Army Decatur, AL
114 14th Street SW
Serving: Limestone and Lawrence Counties

The Salvation Army Huntsville, AL
2114 Oakwood Avenue
Serving: Madison County

Jackson County Alabama Service Center
1501 E. Willow Street, Scottsboro, AL
Serving: Jackson County

Dekalb County Service Center
450 N. Gault, Ave, Fort Payne, AL
Serving: Dekalb County

Marshall County Service Center
1336 Gunter Avenue, Guntersville, AL
Serving: Marshall and Cullman Counties

Walker County Service Center
207 E. 20th Street, Jasper, AL
Serving: Walker County

The Salvation Army Anniston, AL
420 Noble Street
Serving: Calhoun County

The Salvation Army Birmingham Area Command
2130 11th Avenue North
Serving: Jefferson County

Tuscaloosa Salvation Army Recovery Center
900 Skyland Blvd (Former Goody’s location)
Serving: Tuscaloosa, Bibb, Hale, Greene, Sumter, Pickens, Lamar and Fayette counties

Immediately following the storms, The Salvation Army responded throughout the States of Alabama and Mississippi providing hot meals, hydration, and pastoral care to residents and first responders. For more information about Salvation Army Disaster relief and recovery or to donate, please visit