O.U.R. Mission’s Family Home provides long-term transitional shelter for single women, single mothers, single fathers, and in-tact families facing homelessness. The facility’s clean, home-like atmosphere provides guests private and semi-private rooms and bathrooms. Guests stay free of charge as they work to become stable and self-sufficient.
O.U.R. Mission Men’s Home provides emergency housing for 80 men and a Discipleship Work Rehabilitation program for 40 men. Those staying at the emergency shelter receive a meal, a shower, and a safe place to sleep. The Discipleship Work Rehabilitation program is a one-year commitment each man makes to do what is necessary to return to self-sufficient living. During that time these men participate in job-training and completing their high school education, if needed. Nightly chapel services, Bible studies, and Christian counseling are provided for all 120 guests to meet their spiritual needs.