The study looked at places where the Chippewa Valley was underserved in certain services.
After examining the results, the Salvation Army hopes to fill some of the gaps, such as developing more transitional housing and after-school programs.
They're also considering a move from their building downtown, to a site that's handicapped accessible. Major Roger Windell said, "Maybe two or three years down the road, we could do a groundbreaking for a new facility, or we could buy an existing facility and remodel it."
Officials said the current location is also not big enough for their food pantry needs.