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Union Rescue Mission Inc

Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews 653

Nonprofit Issues:

Homeless & Housing, Human Services, Religion

Address:

P.O. Box 164057 PO Box 164057 Little Rock AR 72216 USA

Mission:

Our mission is to create an environment where the love and compassion of Jesus Christ can help people overcome and prevent''s life''s adversities.

Programs:

Men's Emergency Shelter - Men 18 and older - capacity 75Men's Work Program's - Men 18 and older - capacity 35Men's Recovery Program - Men 18 and older - capacity 35Dorcas House Women and Children Domestic Violence Recovery Program - Women and Children - 60 total capacity.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I entered the recovery program after I almost lost my marriage and 20 years of drug and alcohol abuse. I had tried everything else, AA, NA, CR. But what I needed was to find out why I used. And that someone loved me.
I really liked Mr. Jones, he always treated me like I was someone important and I began to feel that way. My marriage didn't work, but if am still clean a year and a half later! They even helped me find a job that I m good at and people respect me there.
The were lots of different types of people there, young to old. There where even people in college.
I would recommend it to anyone.

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Rating: 5 stars  

The Union Rescue Mission is a service provider to the homeless, forgotten veteran, domestically abused woman and child, and the addicted in Central Arkansas seeking to restore hope and rebuild their lives. I have supported the Union Rescue Mission for 10 years and find the work they do in Central Arkansas to be incredible. I have seen lives of people like Patrick, a nurse, addicted to pain meds freed from its bondage and living a fulfilling life. I also know of Sandra who was domestically abused and addicted to alcohol who found freedom and is now a contributing part of the community in Hot Springs, AR. I support them because of the incredible good they do inside the community.

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I have personally seen the lives of people restored as I have worked in a mentoring role with them.

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I would like to see the Men's facility, Nehemiah House, remodeled.

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