Thanks to generous support, all of our services for people who are poor or homeless are provided free of charge.
Food, Shelter, Clothing
More than 270,000 hot meals a year, served by caring volunteers, share love with people who might have gone days without food.
Often, it’s that first meal at the Mission that gives a man or woman hope for a new life in our recovery programs.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served 365 days a year to anyone in need.
Emergency shelter for men is available for up to 30 consecutive nights in a 60-man dorm, 24-man dorm and overflow mats.
We have also begun a 6-bed, short-term shelter program for women in cooperation with St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Men and women who participate in our addiction recovery programs are sheltered for 9-12 months as part of their program. Transitional housing is available through our Transitional Living Program.
The Learning Center is open to the community and our program guests to assist with computer literacy, GED preparation, Bible studies, job skills/employment readiness, resume preparation and job placement.
Participation in the Learning Center is a required component of the men’s New Life recovery program and an optional resource for women in the New Faith Program for women.