Orange County Rescue Mission has many programs to help if you are currently experiencing homelessness, you are at risk of homelessness or you are unstably housed. Each program is designed with a specific purpose to address the needs of those we serve. The primary focus of each program is to share the love and hope of Jesus Christ with each man, woman, and child who comes to us for help, and to offer you the opportunity for a better future.
Orange County Rescue Mission is not an emergency shelter. If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call Orange County United Way at 2-1-1.
Each program listed has an application process. To get more information:
- use the online interest form below.
- call 1.800.663.3074 or 714.247.4379.
- email [email protected].
- walk-in to Village of Hope, at 1 Hope Drive, Tustin, 92782, Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm.
Acceptance into a program is not guaranteed.
Village of Hope
Offering spiritual as well as personal growth, the Village of Hope provides transitional and emergency housing for up to 262 homeless men, women, and children. Residents have access to counseling services, job training, medical and dental care, and more, to become healthy and self-sufficient. It features a 6,000 square foot Parenting Center, which offers age-appropriate activities for preschool-age children and an onsite after-school tutoring program for school-age children.
Tustin Veterans Outpost
Tustin Veterans Outpost reaches out to veterans in need of housing and a hand up. Residents receive the services and support they need to learn how to become self-sufficient in civilian life. The apartment complex offers transitional housing for single adults and families, along with basic needs, veteran specific services including case management, mental health services, educational assistance, healthcare, legal services, job training, and employment placement.
Hope Family Housing
Along the journey to self-sufficiency, there is an opportunity for families in need of affordable housing – Hope Family Housing. With locations in Buena Park, Corona, and Temecula, these communities serve single parents and married parents with children, including large families. Hope Family Housing’s primary goal is to provide transitional, affordable housing in an environment of independent living with supportive services. To learn more about Hope Family Housing in Buena Park, click here.
House of Hope
House of Hope was specifically designed to help and provide shelter for homeless or unstably housed single women, and their children, who are in the need of transitional and affordable housing. Residents are employed, while they benefit from key services such as parenting training, life skills training, anger management training, and more.
Laurel House provides longer-term housing and care for teen girls who are at risk of homelessness. Residents live in a safe, structured home environment where they receive individual and family counseling, attend school, complete daily chores, participate in a church youth group, and volunteer in the community. We are currently in the process of renovating another Laurel House home for runaway, homeless and at-risk teen boys, set to open in 2019.
The Strong Beginnings program provides a safe and caring response to the needs of women escaping human trafficking. Strong Beginnings provides: emergency shelter, transitional housing, advocacy services, mental health assistance, food, clothing, counseling, healthcare, and more. Strong Beginnings is the way out of human trafficking, with the goals of helping women to become stable, and supporting them while they make choices for the next steps to restore their lives.
Hurtt Family Health Clinic
Hurtt Family Health Clinic provides high quality primary and preventative medical care, dental, mental health, optometry, chiropractic care, and tattoo removal to homeless, uninsured, and underinsured people of Orange County. The Clinic operates three sites in Santa Ana, Anaheim, and on the Village of Hope transitional housing campus in Tustin. Two medical mobile units offer adult and pediatric health care services. For more information about the Clinic call 714.247.0300, email [email protected] or go to www.hurttclinic.org. Please do not use the application below.