Latin America North
The Army’s work commenced in the Isthmus of Panama (1904), Costa Rica (1907), Cuba (1918), Venezuela (1972), Guatemala (1976), Colombia (1985), El Salvador (1989) Honduras (2000) and Nicaragua (2010).
Legal recognition was given to El Ejército de Salvación by the Republic of Panama (1946), Costa Rica (1975), Guatemala (1978), Colombia (1988) and Honduras (2001). The General of The Salvation Army is a Corporation Sole in Belize (1928). The territory was formed on 1 October 1976, then reformed on 1 September 1998, when Mexico became a command.
Countries included in the territory: Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela
Languages in which the gospel is preached: English, Kacchikel, Spanish
Publications: Arco Iris de Ideas (Rainbow of Ideas), Lanza tu Voz (Launch Your Voice)
Commissioner Merle Heatwole - Territorial Commander
Commissioner Dawn Heatwole - Territorial President of Women's Ministries
Lieut-Colonel Agripina Góchez - Chief Secretary
Apartado Postal 125-1005
Tel:  257-7535
Officers - 166 (active 144 retired 22)
Cadets - 10 Employees - 174
Corps - 67 Outposts - 3
Senior Soldiers - 4,715 Adherents - 1,614 Junior Soldiers - 2,070