New look. Same mission.
Our commitment isn't changing, but our name is:
We are Rescue Mission Alliance Central Coast.
Stories that Inspire.
Victories to Celebrate.
Stay connected with all the good work the Mission is doing!
Every day as the sun rises and sets along the coast, the Rescue Mission Alliance Central Coast is changing lives for good.
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.
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.
Articles of Clothing
Over 6,900 articles of clothing were given to people in need through our direct assistance and life recovery programs.
Boxes of Food
Needy families receive grocery assistance from our three pantry locations.
You can help us change lives for good.
Your donation supports people in need and helps them lead healthy, self-sufficient lives.
Lives Changed For Good.
JOEY’S DRIVE TOWARD HEALING COMES FROM COMMITMENT TO HIS FAMILY
When Joey was 3 years old, he was adopted. “I was adopted by good people,” he said. “I was very lucky, and I had an amazing childhood.” Joey has good memories of vacations, celebrating birthdays, and seeing his older siblings get married or join the military. His family lived in Lompoc and was “very tight-knit.”…
KELSIE BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS, SPREADS THE WORD ABOUT THE MISSION
After spending her life on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, Kelsie Teves-Chang was looking for a change as she approached high school graduation. “When you live on an island, you can get island fever,” said Kelsie, who decided to go to college in California. “I had a roommate, and all my classes were set up.”…
DAVID RESTORES FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AFTER HIS TIME ON THE STREETS
A native Texan, David, along with his mother, moved to Van Nuys at 17 years old to live with his sister. David’s mom suffered from depression, so he took on the role of caring for and looking after her. But David’s sister soon felt the weight of providing financially for him and his mom.…