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For the past eight years, Lakeisha had been her mom’s sole caregiver, which had not been easy. Her mom was unpleasant and difficult to live with, and Lakeisha bore the brunt of her mom’s harsh words and overbearing nature day in and day out. Living on only her mother’s social security income, there were many days when there was barely enough food to get by.
Lakeisha was worn down. She didn’t even know what she was good at, or how to stand on her own.
The need seems to grow every year. But thanks to donors like you, we will serve thousands of meals this year. What a feeling it is to see the joy on the face of a child who is having a healthy meal for the first time in weeks!
A meal changes lives. It gives hope.
Join us in Serving Hope to Orange County's poor and homeless.
The Village of Hope is an 18-24 month transitional housing program to shelter, feed, and invest in the personal and professional development of 192 homeless persons and families. Single men, women, and single mothers are assigned to dorm-style housing with roommates; single fathers and two-parent families are assigned to family suites. Housing is appropriately-separated and monitored.
We maintain a clothing room at the Village of Hope to help Residents in need. Clothes are donated and volunteers serve to sort them and place them on shelves/hangers in our Men’s or Women’s clothing rooms. Our residents (women, men, and children) can access the items when approved by their Case Manager.
The Hurtt Mobile Clinic is a free clinic for the medically uninsured of all ages. Patients are served on a first-come, first-serve basis. We do not schedule appointments. Services can include “sick visit” evaluations, clinical evaluations, health screenings, acute care with referral for long term management for conditions such as high-blood pressure and diabetes, provision of medication (free of cost), referrals for diagnostic examination, and administration of flu vaccines.
Through a partnership with the Tustin Adult School, residents earn their high school diploma by completing missing high school credits and passing the California High School Exit Examination. Coursework for residents is provided through the Tustin Adult School every two weeks and completed at the Village of Hope. The Success Center provides tutors in a "study-hall" setting. Coursework is returned to the Tustin Adult School where it is evaluated.
The Village of Hope is a back-to-work transitional housing program, committed to helping homeless individuals and families become self-sufficient. Roughly a year into their program, clients attend a five-day-intensive jobs workshop at the Sunwest Bank Success Center, an on-site job readiness center. Graduates from the 5-day intensive workshop have a 96% success rate in finding employment.
Ways that help provide hope!
Give someone a second chance today.
There are many ways you can help us give a hand up to our homeless. First, we ask that you pray God guides us in all that we do. Second, support the Rescue Mission with your finances to help us continue to provide an alternative to homelessness. Finally, we encourage you to sign up to volunteer at one of our many events. Together, we can overcome homelessness—one life at a time.Learn More