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Real Life

Having grown up on the Central Coast, Casey attended local schools, graduated high school, and began a successful career. He states, “But then I had a really hard time. I

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Lessons Learned, Looking Forward

Reflecting on lessons learned at the mission, Will says, “Transparency is a big one. Knowing that I’m not alone and that I’m able to help others through being transparent is

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Intercessory Player

An intercessor is defined as, “a person who intervenes on behalf of another.” That is Ivan.
Through diligence at the thrift store, in the place of transitioning leadership, Ivan has stepped

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Ring Man

“I didn’t have my wedding ring when I came into the program and my wife has since expressed a desire to reconcile. The other day she put the wedding ring

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Making Change a Friend

“This place has changed my life from where I was to where I am at now. I’m healthy. I’m off the streets. I’m helping others instead of taking from them.

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Shaping Character, Serving Customers

Thrift store volunteer Gino says, “We are not just selling stuff to roll it up into our pockets for a profit. These men are our future. How we help, these

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A Wanted Man

“Nobody wanted me around,” says Travis. “I grew up in the San Fernando Valley and had a violent childhood.  I watched my step-dad shoot a gun out of the house

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When Smiles Are Extra Precious

In partnership with the Santa Maria Foursquare Church and with Grace Baptist Church, the mission is reaching out to the many homeless children that live in north Santa Barbara County.

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Use it or Lose it

The servant who hid his talent got it taken away and given to another. The lesson to be learned is, “use it or lose it.”
To that end, Haela and her

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Community Comes Together to Make Christmas Special for Over 300 Children

Printed in the Santa Maria Times, December 22, 2016
The Central Coast Rescue Mission teamed up with local churches, businesses and community members to provide gifts to more than 300 children

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