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At 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 22, 2021, The Rescue Mission’s Charis House will formally dedicate the naming of the building, in perpetuity, as The Gladys & Carolyn C. Wolf Charis House.
After coming to Fort Wayne for a job, Stan found himself in a drunken spiral.
Battling many addictions, Anthony had hit rock bottom and needed a change.
It is difficult to see someone living on the streets. It makes us uncomfortable. It’s a life that’s nearly impossible for most of us to imagine, to understand what it’s like to have no home. But, homelessness is more than not having shelter.
Robert was an alcoholic his whole life. He received his first DWI when he was only 16 years old. He lost his daughter when she was ten months old.
Consumed by alcohol for 35 years, Lance was living in true darkness. He had no sense of reality and felt he had lost complete control over his life.
The Fort Wayne Rescue Mission is pleased to announce a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new facility located at 404 E. Washington Blvd.