Would you recommend The Salvation Army?
I chose "maybe" because I haven't had to stay at the "Sally" in Austin, Texas for over 15 years. I don't know what it's like now but I know what it was like 15 years ago.
When I found myself homeless in Austin back in 1992 they had just completed a new six million dollar center and I had occasion to stay there many times. It was fairly regimented, endless lines. You stood in a long line to get in, another long line to get your meal, then you took a shower and stood in another long line for your bedclothes and a bed. The barracks-style room you slept in was always noisy until late in the evening. They woke you early (around 5:30am or so) and you're back standing in line for breakfast. Oatmeal and bread. Then, out the door, no matter what the weather. Good luck finding a job.
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