When I came to the Mission, it was encouraging because they received me with open arms and love.
The first time I came to the Mission, I though it excelled way above the other shelters.
Luke entered The Mission’s doors […] successfully completed the Mission’s Recovery Program and plans to earn his bachelor’s degree and become an officer in the U.S. Army.
I can’t afford to get lax, and they will not let me. I am learning so much at the Mission…
Everyone has decisions to make about their life when they’re sick, but when you’re living on the streets, those decisions are harder.
When you’re in the Mission’s programs, you have a job that you do every day.
If you have health issues, this is the best place for you. You won’t be bothered, you can just get better.
A lot of people on the street aren’t aware of my injury and the space I need to heal.
A lot of people around here, they look down on the homeless. I’ve worked all my life. I don’t want a handout…