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Thanks to generous public support, all of our services for people who are poor or homeless are provided free of charge at the Mission’s main location (423 S. Gallatin St., Marion).

MEALS

A hot meal means so much to a man or woman who might have gone days without food. Often, it’s that first meal at the Mission that leads a hurting person to a new life in our recovery programs.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner—more than 65,000 meals a year—are served 365 days a year to anyone in need.

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Breakfast: 7:00 a.m.

Lunch: 12:00 p.m.

Dinner: 5:00 p.m.

GIVE HELP:

Your donation of $2.05 covers the cost of one hot meal.

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SHELTER, SHOWERS AND RESTROOMS

It’s hard to imagine having to sleep outside, vulnerable to weather, sickness and potential violence.

A few nights of safe shelter at the Mission do wonders to bring someone out of “survival mode”, to a sense of stability. Once rested, they’re often ready to think clearly about rebuilding their lives.

Showers are provided for overnight guests. Restrooms are open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

FOR MEN

Overnight shelter is available for up to 40 men per night.

A separate shelter area is available for up to 7 men with employment as they save money for independent housing.

FOR WOMEN

A separate extended shelter is available for up to 21 women and children per night.

The maximum age for boys at this location is 6 years old.

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GIVE HELP:

Your donation of $28.61 covers the cost of one night of safe rest.

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ADDICTION RECOVERY

Homelessness and addiction hurt. But there is a way back toward home and healing!

In our free eight month long Christian residential addiction recovery program, up to 24 men at a time leave behind the burden of the past to embrace a healthy new life.

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GIVE HELP:

Your donation of $41.00 helps with one day of recovery programs

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TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

Transitioning from homelessness to a new stable life can be a challenging journey. Even after successfully overcoming addiction, it can be difficult for a man or woman to achieve independent housing and employment at first.

Many graduates have limited funds. Low-income housing areas are often saturated with drug and alcohol use, making it difficult to maintain sobriety.

Our Transitional Housing program provides a safe, supportive environment close to the Mission to help people move forward in a healthy lifestyle.

GET HELP:

  • Contact Rich at 765-662-0988.
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