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Orange County Rescue Mission has a number of programs through which we serve the Least, the Last, and the Lost. The primary focus of each program is to share the love of Jesus Christ with each man, woman, and child who comes to us for hand up out of homelessness. Each program is designed with a specific purpose to address the needs of those we serve.
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. 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 reaches out to all 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 26 people, along with veteran specific services including case management, mental health services, educational assistance, food and nutrition assistance, healthcare, legal services, job training, and employment placement.
The Double R Ranch is a working horse ranch where formerly homeless men have a unique opportunity to experience the healing effects of hard work in the outdoors with animals. This amazing facility gives its residents a safe place to learn how to care for others. And it also serves as a weekend retreat for Village of Hope families.
The Strong Beginnings program provides a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary response to the needs of women escaping human trafficking. Our response avoids re-traumatization and provides trauma-informed care through a victim-centered approach. Strong Beginnings provides: emergency shelter, transitional housing, care coordination, case management, advocacy services, mental health assistance, food, clothing, counseling, healthcare, and more, all at no cost to the victim.
House of Hope was specifically designed to help and house homeless women, and their children, who are in the second phase of their program. Residents are either in the job search phase or are employed, while they benefit from key services such as job training, parenting training, life skills training, anger management training, and more.
Along the journey to self-sufficiency, there is one last stop – Hope Family Housing. With locations in Buena Park, Temecula, and Corona, these facilities serve as the final transition for homeless men, women, and children in large families. Hope Family Housing’s primary goal is to provide affordable housing in an environment of independent living with supportive services.
The Chili Van Mobile Food Ministry provides warm meals to hundreds of people who are either homeless or lack the financial resources to put food on the table each day. The vehicles provide hot meals, beverages, and bread to thousands of at-risk people in poverty-stricken areas of Orange County. Chili Van volunteers pass out clothing, hygiene kits and Bibles, and often stop to pray with the people they serve.
Orange County Rescue Mission’s efforts to serve the homeless begin with our Outreach team. Throughout the week, this team visits areas of high homeless concentration in Orange County to serve meals and offer care and support services, while building relationships with the Least, the Last, and the Lost.
Trinity Law Clinic operates at the Village of Hope, and serves the residents of the Rescue Mission programs. It helps people resolve outstanding legal issues that are obstacles to self-sufficiency, at no cost. In addition, the Trinity Mobile Legal Van serves impoverished, indigent and disabled persons in the community through free legal services.
Hurtt Family Health Clinic provides high quality primary and preventative medical care, dental, mental health, optometry, and chiropractic care 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.
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 homeless and at-risk teen boys, set to open in 2019.
Restoration Roasters is a nonprofit, specialty coffee shop located in Corona. Students from the Corona Norco Rescue Mission are given professional training as baristas, not only to ensure customer satisfaction, but also to empower them with viable job skills. The coffee is roasted by students at the Village of Hope, giving them a chance to grow their marketable job skills in a unique field. Restoration Roasters expertly roasted coffee beans are available for purchase at www.RestorationRoasters.com.