Rising House Prices Force More Men to Seek Shelter


Rising housing prices have forced more men to seek shelter at The Salvation Army’s Waterston Centre in Regina.

The Salvation Army Waterston Centre reaches out to people who face multiple barriers in a very difficult world. 

The Centre provides/offers residential support and counsel to marginalized, displaced, and distressed men through the options of temporary, transitional and long-term lodging.

Lynn Jensen, hostel co-ordinator, provides a tour in an exclusive video below (shown after the 30sec ad*).

*The ad that appears in this video is provided by leaderpost.com and is not associated with The Salvation Army


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