Mission of The Salvation Army Family Tracing Service is:
bring about reunion between family members
offer spiritual support to those persons involved
Purpose of the Family Tracing Service
Family Tracing Service aims to locate an inquirer's relative
in order that the inquirer and the person sought may make contact
for the purpose of reestablishing a close and continuing bond.
Often the newly formed ties are extended to include the re-unification
of the person sought with other members of the family besides
the inquirer. In conformity with its Mission, the Family Tracing
Service provides spiritual help to the inquirer, the person
being sought when he/she is located, and other family members
who are involved in the inquiry.
the right to accept or reject an inquiry or discontinue a search
on the basis of motive, appropriateness and available information.
not reveal any information concerning the whereabouts of a person
being sought without obtaining his/her permission.
unable to accept inquiries related to:
- legal matters including custody disputes and estate settlements
- adoption cases*
- genealogical searches
- persons out of touch for less than six months*
- former spouses
- persons not related to the inquirer* (Searches are limited
to family members)
under extraordinary circumstances
is no charge for this service, but donations are accepted.
have any questions about Family Tracing Services at the Salvation
Army Community Centre, it's coordinator is Bobbie Holoboff who
can be reached at 306.242.6833 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org