Disaster Services

The Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) response teams are constantly on alert to respond in time of need. Preparedness includes continual disaster training, updating of equipment, coordination and cooperation’s with

federal, state, county and community emergency agencies and private agency groups, as well as contact with community resources. Volunteers are a integral part of The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) program. They provide hands-on service to communities and individuals during times of disaster or catastrophe.

This service may include preparing and serving food and beverages to victims and workers from mobile feeding unites (canteen), collecting, sorting and distributing clothing and supplies to victims, assisting with emergency shelters, or helping with clean-up and rebuilding efforts.

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The Salvation Army will provide or refer to the following services:

  • Counseling /Spiritual Ministry
  • Family and Casework Services
  • Registration and Identification of Victims
  • Medical Assistance
  • Sheltering
  • Mass Feeding Mobile Feeding
  • Handling of Donated Good/Warehousing
  • Distribution of Basic Commodities

801-988-4204 SALT LAKE AREA
801-621-3580 OGDEN AREA

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