The Salvation Army (Norway)
Salvation Army substance abuse is owned and operated by the Salvation Army in Norway, providing services for drug addicts, homeless people and convicts over 18 who are in need of treatment, rehabilitation, care and harm reduction services. The business has 276 FTEs.
The Salvation Army has a long tradition of helping addicts. Today we have all over the country in a wide range - with the emergency supply, low threshold places, health care, substance abuse treatment, residential follow-up, training, street soccer, cycling groups, various activities and outreach services.
The Salvation Army operates preventive work through their churches and social measures and has initiated without intoxicants Day 8 June.