TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)– The Terre Haute Salvation Army is offering assistance to those in need during the coronavirus crisis.
The organization has taken precautionary measures to slow the spread of the virus, but they are still offering housing and utility assistance.
Interviews for the assistance will now be conducted over the phone, rather than in-person.
They’ve also limited access to their chapel and community center, but they are still allowing access to their food pantry.
Sue Linden, Envoy for the Salvation Army in Terre Haute, said they recognize the need for help in the community.
“We still want to be here to help as much as we can. You know people need it. We’re also here for spiritual support. If people need prayer, the drop box, they can drop off a prayer request they can call. We want to be available that’s our job,” she said.