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Washington City Mission, Inc.

Rating: 4 stars   3 reviews 863

Nonprofit Issues:

Homeless & Housing, Human Services


84 W Wheeling St Washington PA 15301 USA


The Washington City Mission exists to share Christ, to shelter, to heal and to restore the homeless to independent living - without discrimination.


The Men’s Recovery Program provides the basic necessities of shelter, food, clothing and medical service to the TARGET POPULATION: HOMELESS MEN with or without ADDICTION and/or MENTAL ILLNESS The ultimate goal of the Men’s Recovery Program is to move men into the highest level of stability and independence in the areas of housing, employment, income, recovery and spirituality. This is done through crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, social service referrals, work rehabilitation, employment and vocational assistance, financial training, case management, Christ-centered teaching and other life-skills training.

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Rating: 2 stars  

I volunteered when I was new to the area. The experience was not the best because I was told to fill out an application which was never followed up by City Mission. They remembered to ask for money four times a year but never contacted me to help. Amazingly, I could have helped with manual labor, Computers, and even their Board but alas they could not spend the time to follow up. I am sure this was just a slip up because I still have contact with them. Most of the personnel treat everyone as a special person.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Their doors are open to folks in need! Pregnant mothers have come, had their babies and brought them home to City Mission. Fathers have put their lives back together and gained custody of their children. Marriages torn apart because of drugs and/or alcohol have been restored. Women with and without children find the stability and the resources they need to live new and healthy lives. City Mission's Samaritan Services helps so many poor and working poorwith meals and food, clothing, household items and furniture. Consider visiting and taking a tour to see it all!

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Working with the homeless men, women and women with children we serve is a blessing. I learn much more from the residents we help support than I will ever teach them. They are humble and blessed by what the donors provide. When the light of Christ shines through them we know we are doing the Lord's work among His people. I am blessed!

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The way the Washington City Mission is ending homelessness one life at a time.

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The staff are excited about how they can effect change through the love of Christ.

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Staff are friendly, kind, considerate and work well as a team - supporting one another on a daily basis with prayer.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

secure its future and know that it will continue to share Christ, to shelter, to heal and to restore the homeless to independent living - without discrimination.

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About every week

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