Albuquerque Rescue Mission
We show the love of Jesus to the homeless,leading to spiritual & emotional healing & a life-long relationship with Jesus.We fulfill our mission by providing & collaborating with others to offer: Food-Housing-Biblical-Counsel&Mentoring-Sobriety&MentalHealthSupporLifeSkillsTraining&Education-ResourceConnections
The services offered at the Albuquerque Rescue Mission, are available to anyone regardless of age, race, nationality, religious, or sexual orientation. The services, while broad, are meant to meet the immediate real physical needs of the individual and to open a door for restoration, leading to a meaningful & productive life, active participation in a church body & restored relationships with family, faith, & community. The Mission offers programs that are long-term. The New Life Program for men is a live in residential program going from 1 to 12 months. The Women's Center of Hope for women is a live in residential program going from 1 to 18 months. In these programs we help people who deal with life issues, and addictions; providing spiritual guidance while addressing the causes of homelessness. There is a Learning Center for educational needs with volunteer tutoring, job skills training and basic computer training. There are referral services with case management, legal counseling and medical care. All services include:
Biblical Counsel and Mentoring
Sobriety and Mental Health Support
Life Skills Training and Education
Daily Meals: The Mission serves over 270,000 meals per year in our Dining Room.
We serve breakfast and dinner to our guests Monday through Saturday. Everyone is welcome to eat at the Mission- No questions are asked and no requirements beyond basic good manners.
Breakfast is served from 6AM until 7AM and dinner is served between 5PM and 6PM.
The Food Box Program: Supervised by our Kitchen Staff and is contingent upon the availability of food for the program. Food boxes are designed to feed a family three meals a day for one week
The Mission Clothing Room: Open to meet the needs of people who are living on the streets all year around. The Mission does not sell or re-sell articles of clothing that have been donated.
Pastor John W. Hill