We see the faces of addiction in the media – Hollywood celebrities that have gone down the wrong path, some of which lose their lives because of their addiction. The face of addiction isn't just the Hollywood celebrity, though. It's the businessman. It's the homeless man. It's the stay-at-home mom. Addiction does not discriminate, and The Salvation Army works year round to help those facing addiction get back on their feet. Major Tony Perez from The Salvation Army of Augusta talks about the faces he's seen come through their doors and the lives he's seen changed.
You can help fund The Salvation Army's work to save lives by donating your old car to their car auction, which is held three times a year. All proceeds go to The Salvation Army's Center of Hope and helping people overcome addiction. You can find out more about donating your car and what perks you can get by visiting their website: www.salvationarmycars.com or by calling 706-826-7933 ext. 127.