Men’s Home – Orlando Union Rescue Mission

Project Hope

After nearly 59 years at its iconic downtown location, the Orlando Union Rescue Mission’s Men’s Division moved to a new $6.2 million facility! Construction at the site of the former Parkwood Inn, which began in March 2017, was completed in April 2019. With the new location came a new name: Project Hope.

The facility has 210 beds. Ninety-four beds are designated to provide overnight, emergency shelter. The remaining 116 beds are reserved for men in the Mission’s long-term work rehabilitation program. Residents accepted into the discipleship program receive food, clothing, shelter, and spiritual mentoring through daily chapel services, Bible studies, and Christian counseling.

Project Hope is not a typical homeless shelter. It’s a pathway to a new life that requires a substantial commitment from men who are ready to make a positive, lasting change.