Homeless Shelter and Services at Augusta Center of Hope Salvation Army

Shelter details

  • Added Feb 9, 2018 | Last Update Jun 9, 2022
  • 1384 Greene Steet
       Augusta, GA 30901
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  • (706) 826-7933

Mission Statement

"The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination."
- Source: Homeless Shelter and Services at Augusta Center of Hope Salvation Army website


Their shelters offer spiritual and physical care, food, and shelter to people in need.
They attend the total needs of the individual and are meant to be a safe resting place to help these individuals get back on their feet.
Each individual wanting to stay at the Center of Hope must have a picture ID to be housed the first night.
After the first night individuals, who want to stay additional nights, will need to get a shelter clearance from Richmond County Sheriff's office.
These can be obtained from 400 Walton Way.
Although clients are allowed 8 free nights, case management is available for extended stays based on progress to stability.
The goal of this case management is to go from being homeless to being stably housed.
Please call 706.826.7933 for more information or to set up an appointment with a case worker to find out more about their 369 program.

Women and Children's Emergency Shelter
Single women and mothers with children can receive temporary shelter, two healthy meals per day, tutoring, and individual case management.
Call the Homeless Social Services office at 706.826.7933 for availability and more information.
Check-in begins at 4:45 pm.

Men's Emergency Shelter
Homeless men receive a safe place to sleep, a shower, and breakfast each morning.
Shelter check-in is from 6:00pm to 8:30pm.
You must show identification and have shelter clearance from the sheriff's department. Individual case management and group classes are offered in order to help men move to permanent housing.
Call the office at 706.826.7933 for more information.

Question & Answers (6)

  1. Is this shelter free?
  2. Do they accept donations at this shelter?
  3. Do they allow Pets at this shelter?
  4. How old do you have to be to stay here?
    • Any age

  5. How long can you stay at this shelter?
  6. Do they accept crochet items for donations?

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