Mission: Providing emergency shelter, food, clothing, transitional housing and case management to men, women, children, and families of any race, national origin, sex or age that may be homeless, impoverished, disadvantaged or abused.
Programs: The mission provides transitional housing as well as temporary shelter under its program called "opportunities and hope". During 2014, the mission provided shelter for a total of 426 individuals.
the mission provided approximately 46,648 meals in 2014 under its program called "loaves and fishes". This program provides 3 meals a day for shelter residents and 2 meals a day for local citizens. In addition approximately 102,000 pounds of food were provided to needy recipients through the pantry program.
the transitional housing program is designed to help families recover from homelessness and attain self-sufficiency and sustainability. The transitional housing program guides each family in becoming productive neighbors in the community. In 2014, the mission helped 28 families move into homes and become self-sufficient. Clients, who successfully enter and complete the program, are provided one full year of extended case management after moving into their new home.