Lost Independence Renee has lived her entire life with Asperger syndrome, a diagnosis that was unknown to her until recently. While she’s always taken care of herself and held a job, her independence became impossible about a year ago. Renee lost her job – and consequently her apartment – after taking a few dollars from […]
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“Before The City Mission, I was reckless. Because of The City Mission, I’m content.” Read Jake’s Story and the latest Mission News in the March 2018 edition of His Hands.
Homelessness Has a Name: Learn How Alex’s Life Spiraled After Job Layoff When you think of the “homeless,” what face comes to mind? A young addict in an alleyway? A middle-aged alcoholic asking for money at your exit? What about a 60-year-old family man that dedicated decades of his life to a local company and […]
At The City Mission, a fresh start is not just a New Year’s resolution – it’s potentially a matter of life or death. The City Mission’s longstanding programs provide the wraparound services that men, women and children need to move from crisis to stability. The stakes are high for these clients. Many of these men […]
Encouragement from around The City Mission for the holiday season This originally aired on December 21st, 2017 on 1220 AM the word. The City Mission produced this series of half hour once a week programs in the last quarter of 2017, in order to share about several urgent issues and opportunities the Church has to […]