The November Pedi of the Month will be benefitting the Rescue Mission of Roanoke.
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Since 1948, the Rescue Mission has continued a tradition of comprehensive care to those in crisis. The Rescue Mission is a Christ-centered, grassroots organization offering programs to help people physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually.
The programs are holistic and involve the elements of personal responsibility, self-determination and an internal transformation of values and vision resulting in a restoration of self-respect. The homeless, the hungry, the sick, the addicted, the abused and the hopeless have all found a warm welcome at the Rescue Mission. Men, women and children have found a safe place and compassionate friends in their darkest moments.
From job loss, to domestic violence, to physical and mental health challenges and more; homelessness is a symptom of varying conditions. Besides providing food and shelter, through services such as employment training, drug and alcohol recovery, and intensive case management, the Rescue Mission tackles the root causes of homelessness in order to equip and empower people to live independently and intentionally.
To learn more about the services the Rescue Mission of Roanoke offers, please click on the links below.
- Emergency Shelter
- G. Wayne Fralin Free Clinic for the Homeless
- Manna Mission Ministries
- Recovery Programs for Addiction
- Tabitha Program
- Jubilee Acres