Business Journal: Salvation Army Relocates


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(Sacramento, CA)
Thursday, July 20, 2006
The Salvation Army is negotiating to buy 9 acres in Sacramento’s Power Inn area, south of Highway 50. Its drug and alcohol treatment programs, and its other operations, would relocate there. The land it’s pursuing is in an industrial area. The Salvation Army has hopes of expanding its residential treatment program from 99 beds currently, to 150 in a new facility. A move would make its current site north of downtown available for redevelopment, probably housing. The current Salvation Army quarters are more than 50 years old, with 100 people on the waiting list for its recovery program.