Thank you, Captain Timothy Pemberton, from the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, for joining me on The Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast.
Captain Timothy Pemberton.
To begin with, Captain Timothy is the Business Administrator for the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Santa Monica, CA. He has been on both sides of the fence when it comes to addiction treatment. Therefore, this gives him a unique perspective on helping others.
Captain Timothy works on the front lines of the Fentanyl crisis that claims so many lives. He knows that The Salvation Army ARC program works because he witnesses success every day. The Salvation Army is dedicated to giving mothers their sons back, giving wives their husbands back, and giving children their fathers back.
Programs That Restore.
In Santa Monica, The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center helps residents to combat their addictions and build the work and social skills needed to re-enter the workforce. This enables them to regain health and stability and restore families that have been disrupted due to substance abuse.
Here is a photo of Captain Timothy, talking to an unhoused person.
We are all familiar with seeing people from The Salvation Army. Here are some facts that you perhaps didn’t know.
Why the Uniform?
Officer Training College.
For those of you who live in the vicinity of the Adult Rehabilitation Center, perhaps you could take part in this upcoming event. In raising awareness for their program, The Salvation Army is launching a Second Chances Campaign, beginning with an open house on May 17th from 9 am-1 pm. They will be featuring a special guest speaker at 10:30 am. Please RSVP on their website to participate or click the link http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ejp0gmwrc208c0aa&llr=yu9zu65ab&showPage=true
Above all, I hope you find this podcast about The Salvation Army and the Santa Monica Adult Rehabilitation Center informative and hopeful. Captain Timothy will be sharing some success stories, as well. Perhaps you already donate to the Salvation Army in your community. All donations are greatly appreciated.
Lastly, follow this link for ways to give.
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