Established in 1881, The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, a ministry operated by The Salvation Army, provides a variety of spiritual, social and emotional assistance for men and women throughout the United States. It offers a range of rehabilitation programs for individuals with a focus on basic necessities. The center provides counseling services in cases related to substance misuse, legal problems, relational conflicts, homelessness and unemployment. It additionally offers work therapy, educational, skills development and consulting services, as well as conducts several leisure time activities for groups and individuals. The center is funded by individuals, organizations and businesses. It operates The Salvation Army Family Stores, which sells donated goods and items. The Salvation Army provides assistance to individuals with social and spiritual afflictions through more than 100 U.S.-based adult rehabilitation centers.