Chilliwack Healthier Communities

Chilliwack Healthier Communities (CHC) which The Salvation Army Chilliwack partners with, actively addresses the most persistent issues affecting the health and well-being of our community and its residents through public education, collaboration and service integration. This video talks about community needs and collaborations.

More on Homelessness – 89.5 The Drive

homelessnessTim Bohr, Director of Community Ministries for the Chilliwack Salvation Army dropped by the Breakfast Club on 89.5 The Drive yesterday (October 3, 2016) to talk about the homeless situation in Chilliwack.

Food Items Needed for Foodbank!

fruits-and-vegetables The Salvation Army Chilliwack Foodbank is desperately needing food items for the food bank.  We seriously need things with protein: canned meat, peanut butter, beans etc, canned vegetables, soup, noodles, breakfast items, coffee and tea and pretty much EVERYTHING!! We are accepting food items at The Salvation Army Care and Share Centre, 45746 Yale Road, Monday to Friday between 9 am to 12 noon and 12:30 to 4 pm.


Each time you visit your local Chilliwack grocery store you have the opportunity to support The Chilliwack Food Bank by purchasing one of these BC Shares coupons.

Your $2 donation helps the Chilliwack Food Bank purchase fresh fruit, vegetables and other products from local grocery stores.

When you purchase a BC Share Coupon, the funds go directly into an account with our name on it.  When we are low on supplies, we will go to our local stores and use these funds to directly purchase food.

This is a great way to support your local food bank on a weekly basis.

For only $2 you can make a difference!

Stop by any grocery store in town today and make your contribution.

Find Us on Facebook!

Salvation Army Chilliwack is now on Facebook!

Get regular updates on upcoming events or leave us a comment of how the salvation army has helped you or someone you know in the past. Facebook is a great way to connect with us and get involved.

Find Us Here: The Salvation Army Chilliwack

“Like” our page today and become a part of the information highway!

Fireside Addiction Services

The Salvation Army Chilliwack Community Church is pleased to announce the opening of Fireside Addiction Services on November 1, 2011.

“Renewed hope and support in a culturally sensitive setting.”

Counselling Services Offering…

  • Group and Individual
  • Family Support
  • Motivational Therapy
  • CBT
  • Relapse Prevention
  • 12-Step
  • Spiritual Enhancement

Evening Workshops*

  • Families in Recovery
  • Addiction Awareness
  • Relationship Skills
  • Smoking Cessation

Everyone Welcome!

* Call for schedules.

Address: #17-45966 Yale Rd.

(Cascade Centre)

Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 2M3

Phone Number: 604-702-9879

Email Address:

Headlines from Salvation Army in Canada

Note: These links will take you to the National SA website.

  • Winnipeg Newcomers Grow Hope at Salvation Army Community Garden -

    Winnipeg has experienced an influx of newcomers over the past few years and many face food security challenges.

    Dil moved to Canada in 2009 with his wife and children from Bhutan. He wanted to grow vegetables to help provide for his family but lives in an apartment with no backyard.

    Li, a single parent of two from China, wanted affordable, healthy food for her young children.

    As summer approaches, their dream of home grown, nutritious and affordable food is within reach. The Salvation [...]

  • Summer Camp Changes Lives in Positive Ways -

    Healthy, hearty meals, Bible lessons, canoeing, tight ropes and campfires. That’s what close to 4,000 children will experience at Salvation Army camps this year.

    Captain Rick Zelinsky, Executive Director for Ontario Camping Ministries, used to attend Salvation Army camp as a child. He says if kids are looking for a fun, well-rounded summer camp experience, this is it.

    Young camper enjoys water day at summer camp

    “Camp gives them freedom to be a kid,” says Zelinsky. “It’s a great opportunity to meet [...]

    Commissioner Susan McMillan, Territorial Commander for The Salvation Army Canada and Bermuda Territory, has joined other Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, and Bahá’í faith leaders in Canada in launching a national appeal to help address the famines in South Sudan and the extreme food shortages in Yemen, northeast Nigeria and Somalia. Each of the participating faith communities is mobilizing in response to “one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises since the Second World War: the grim reality of multiple famines occurring [...]