Complaints Policy

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The purpose of the Complaints Policy is to set out a protocol in the event a complaint is received pertaining to The Salvation Army’s mission and ministry.

Definition

A complaint shall be deemed to be any written statement from a stakeholder (member of the public) who raises a concern with a process or program that is part of the ministry of The Salvation Army.

Commitment

The Salvation Army is committed to meeting the needs of our communities. It is possible that in its attempt to provide services and programs a complaint/concern arises that requires attention. While The Salvation Army strives for excellence in all it does, there may be occasions when a level of dissatisfaction occurs that requires attention and resolution.

Process

In order to address any concern …

  • in a prompt manner
  • with respect & fairness
  • and in an accountable manner

… the following process has been established:

1. Complaints/concerns should be addressed to the relevant supervisory staff at the source before any escalation.

2. Complaints/concerns should be documented in written detail in order to facilitate the appropriate review and resolution.

3. Complaints/concerns should be made to the Territorial Public Relations & Development Secretary by phone at 416-425-2111, email at public_relations@can.salvationarmy.org, mail at “The Salvation Army, 2 Overlea Blvd, Toronto, Ontario, M4H 1P4, Attn: Territorial Public Relations & Development Secretary, Confidential” or by using the contact form below.

4. Your complaint will be reviewed as quickly as possible in order to ascertain the best avenue of response and resolution.

Accountability

The Territorial Public Relations & Development Secretary will provide a report annually to the Governing Council of The Salvation Army (legal entity) outlining the number and types of complaints received and how they were addressed.

The history of complaints/concerns will help improve the delivery of The Salvation Army’s services.

The expectation is that all complaints/concerns should be addressed as quickly as possible allowing for a reasonable response time following receipt.

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