Orange County Coordinators and

Corps Officers – Tustin Ranch Corps

Welcome to The Salvation Army Orange County website. For over 125 years The Salvation Army has been marching forward throughout the 35 communities of Orange County, providing programs and services, preaching the “Good News” of Jesus Christ and meeting human needs in His name. We would encourage you to “surf” the site and connect with the information and resources you may
need, and by all means, you can always call us if you
need further assistance. To read their bios please go here.




The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the Love of God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name, without discrimination.

Serving the 35 communities
of Orange County
for over 125 Years by
providing Unparalleled
Programs & Services
to those in need.


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In 2006, Jason lost his father in a motorcycle crash. He found it very difficult to understand and cope with the loss and turned to drugs and alcohol to help him navigate through the rollercoaster of emotions. His life was spiraling downhill fast. He lost his house and quickly found himself homeless and on the streets begging for money and food.


Jason recalls, “I didn’t enjoy the life I was living. I was in and out of jail due to my addiction to alcohol that I could not live without. I didn’t realize the pain and hurt that I was causing to my family by me doing the things I was doing.” Jason finally began to look for help and he found The Salvation Army Hospitality House. “The Salvation Army got me off the streets. I found warmth and love there. They gave me food and clothes and also provided me a shower and a bed to sleep on. I could not believe that this was happening, I felt human again.”

After some valuable recovery time, Jason is now employed at the Hospitality House, passing along to others that same warmth, love, and support that change his life.


“Thank you Salvation Army for doing the most good in my life.”