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Every day as the sun rises and sets over the valley, the Victor Valley Rescue Mission is changing lives for good.

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Last year we provided more than 4,900 nights of safe, warm and comfortable sleep to the men in our Life Recovery Program.

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Lives Changed For Good.

Mission opens new women’s shelter

This month marks a major milestone for the Victor Valley Rescue Mission, as we officially open our new women’s shelter. We feel blessed to be able to expand in this way, and look forward to even more growth in the future. In our desert, the need for shelter is so apparent-all you have to do…

After struggling with ‘bitterness,’ Ray welcomes restoration

Ray* was raised in Irvine and said he grew up “with Jesus on the wall, but not ever going to church.” His childhood was riddled with abuse at the hands of his father. “It was the real definition of abuse,” Ray said. “There were bruises up and down my back, black eyes, busted lips.” Ray…

Ernie focuses on serving others, restoring his relationships, at Mission

When Ernie talks about his early childhood, he describes it as average-even “fair.” But at around 10 years old, things changed. “It was OK, despite my parents not getting along and divorcing when I was young,” he said. “I always had what I needed. It was good. But it did take a turn when my…