Our Mission

With the support of our community we offer:

Refuge

Food, shelter and clothing for those in need.

Recovery

Biblically-based programs to minister to the whole person: body, mind, and spirit.

Restoration

Equipping people to lead productive and independent lives.

The Victor Valley Rescue Mission was established in 2000 and became a part of the Rescue Mission Alliance in 2008. The Victor Valley Rescue Mission provides homeless men with opportunities for spiritual and physical recovery from addictions, job training, and job placement. Our programs are designed to guide and encourage homeless men to formulate a daily plan of action and to take the necessary steps to re-enter the workforce and become productive citizens again.

An organizer speaks to volunteers

Our Outreach Services include hot meals, clothing, blankets, hygiene kits, food pantry, and a direct link between hospital, clinic, and other health-related and community-based services.

The Residential Recovery Program offers addiction recovery, Biblical counseling, vocational training, transitional housing, and a computer learning center. Men who complete the recovery program develop the skills and confidence necessary to become independent and productive members of society.

The transitional housing program helps graduates find and maintain stable employment, save money toward their own permanent residence, and continue the long road of recovery in a safe place where there is daily accountability.

Mission History

1999 Formed | 2000 Incorporated

Established as a 25-bed residential drug and alcohol recovery program

2008

Became a part of Rescue Mission Alliance

2009

Established a food pantry and community outreach program to assist families living at or below poverty level.

2014

Established a community winter warming shelter in cooperation with other community agencies

2018

Added mobile shower unit to outreach services

2019

Added food truck as mobile meal service