Moving from surviving to thriving while facing a homeless crisis is a challenging process, but it is possible. The first step is to secure basic needs such as food, shelter, and safety. Once these needs are met, the next step is to access resources such as education, job training, and healthcare. These resources can provide the skills and knowledge needed to become self-sufficient and independent. Building a supportive network of friends and family members is also a crucial step for someone moving from surviving to thriving. By the power of Jesus Christ, setting achievable goals, staying focused, and persevering through obstacles, we believe anyone can work towards a brighter future and a life of stability and success.
The Outreach Program provides housing and support to homeless individuals with diagnosed mental illness. The Rescue Mission’s staff build relationships with residents and prioritize a Christ-like culture of love.
Life House provides transient men with temporary housing and offers free meals, clothing, hygiene products, referrals, and emotional support to those in need. They prioritize biblical teachings of helping the poor and provide life coaching, spiritual support, and referrals to health and social services at no cost.
With over 80 beds, the Rescue Mission offers 3 different program types ranging from 3 months up to a year to support residents in their recovery journey while working towards employment and housing.