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5,398

Nights of Shelter

NIGHTS OF SHELTER
Last year we provided more than 5,000 nights of safe, warm, and comfortable sleep to the men in our Life Recovery Program.

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34,823

Meals Served Last Year

FEEDING THE HOMELESS
A warm meal nourishes the body, mind, and soul. It can make all the difference in the world to someone who is struggling.

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5,086

Articles of Clothing

CLOTHING
Over 6,900 articles of clothing were given to people in need through our direct assistance and life recovery programs.

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5,025

Boxes of Food

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Needy families receive grocery assistance from our three pantry locations.

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Lives Changed For Good.

Kylie revels in seeing god work in clients’ lives

“I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you came to visit me.” Matthew 25:35-37. When Kylie Alsin was in college, she felt…

Dallas graduates program, begins his next chapter in life

It’s been nearly a year-and-a-half since Dallas got to the Mission, and as a recent graduate, he barely recognizes his past life, which was consumed by drugs, homelessness, and mental illness. “When I came into the program, I was a junkie and I never had a job in my life and I never really followed…

New program manager “taking the bull by it’s horns”

When Luke looks back at the several jobs he’s had in his 15 years of work experience, he points out one fork in the road that could have changed the trajectory of his career. One that, if he had taken a different path, would have likely never led to his role as the new Program…