Salt Lake City Mission

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1151 South Redwood Road
Suite 106
Salt Lake City, Utah 84104

Contact Information

Phone:    (801) 355-6310
Website:    www.saltlakecitymission.org
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Email:    CEO@saltlakecitymission.org

Description

At the Salt Lake City Mission we Provide Real Change, not just spare change through our programs and services Mission Statement The Salt Lake City Mission is a Non-Denominational Church Rescue Mission Ministry that serves and offers services to the Homeless, Impoverished, and all those who have a genuine need, regardless of race, creed, religion, sex, age, or national origin. o We do this by providing food, shelter, clothing, crisis intervention and counseling, vocational support i.e. resume building, telephone messaging, call services, referrals, references, etc.; we also offer help with obtaining Id’s, Driver’s Licenses and Birth Certificates. o We also offer educational and substance abuse counseling and Bible Studies through our “Up-Word Motion” and “Second Chance Ranch” Programs; which deal with multiple issues from anger management to parenting and building positive, healthy relationships. o We ultimately hope and pray for the lives of those we serve to be transformed through the love and power of Jesus Christ. Salt Lake City Mission - Objectives 1. Outreach: By meeting the needs through Breakfast Monday-Saturday rain or shine and Events on all the major holidays where food and clothing are distributed we then will be able to help with the true causes which come from within. 2. Feeding: Sack Lunches prepared and handed out daily. Meals prepared and served daily at outreach and facility. Food boxes made and handed out to individuals and families that need them (no restrictions). 3. Acceptance: Open door to all who seek and need help no matter race, creed, religion, or nationality. 4. Sheltering: Emergency and long-term Housing facilities for men, women, and families to live and stay. 5. Caring: Counseling available for individuals, couples, and families. Medical and Dental assistance available. 6. Rehabilitation: “Up-Words Motion” and “Second Chance Ranch” Programs. 7. Discipleship: Morning Devotions and Prayer, Morning and Afternoon Bible Studies. Chapel Services. Christian Studies and Degrees from “The Sure Foundation Theological Institute.” 8. Self-Sufficiency: Vocational Counseling and Resume Building. Assistance getting Driver’s License and Identification Card. Phones made available to use. Job available selling our newspaper for extra money. Opportunities to advance in the mission for those who choose to stay. 9. Re-Establish: Offer every resource that we have to allow every person that comes to us to find a new dedicated life in Christ. Salt Lake City Mission - Distinctives  We provide food – Breakfast and a sack lunch Monday-Saturday behind the Road Home Shelter from our mobile outreach unit that served over 61,171 meals throughout the year. Held special “All Day Outreaches” at Pioneer Park on Easter, Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day, where we serve over 6,125 hot prepared meals.  We provide over 1,000 Turkey Baskets for Thanksgiving with all the trimmings to families in need. We hold an All Day Thanksgiving Outreach where we serve over 1600 hot turkey dinners with all the trimmings.  We provide over 1,000 Christmas Boxes with Turkeys, Hams, Trimmings and Toys with Eagle Ranch to needy households. On Christmas Day we serve nearly 2,000 hot Ham dinners and hand out 2,000 wrapped Christmas presents to the needy and homeless children.  We Served an All Day New Year’s Day meal to over 2,000 needy and homeless.  We distributed over 2,250 pantry style meals through food boxes to needy families and individuals.  We provided over 65,809 pieces of clothing, household goods, furniture, and appliances to over 6,000 people in need. We accomplished this through our Morning Outreach, Holiday Outreaches, and everyday services that we provide to help those in need.  We average 20 men in our “Up-Words Motion” and “Second Chance Ranch” Long-Term Recovery Programs at one time.  We have graduated many of these men to self-sufficiency in the community as well as in the mission.  We have also made it possible for many of our men to receive their Associates Degrees and Bachelor’s Degrees from the Sure Foundation Theological Seminary that is available to all of our graduates.  We have helped facilitate GED’s, Vocational Rehabilitation, and College for our graduates.  We conduct more than 26,720 hours of Bible Studies, Life Skills and Group Sessions a year. We have conducted more than 3,000 counseling sessions

Services Provided


Ministry to Men

Day room, Long-term recovery/rehab program (urban), Long-term recovery/rehab program (rural), Transitional housing, Case management

Women and Family Ministries

Community/neighborhood outreach program (beyond your facilities), Transitional housing (separate facilities)

Children and Youth

Specialized street kid/gang programs

Senior Citizens

Food

Prepared meals served, Community food pantry

Jail and Prison Ministry

Jail chaplain program, Residential program for parolees, Regular Bible studies/worship

Educational

Computerized academic programs, Non-computerized GED/literacy program, Tutoring (individual), Job skill training programs, Employment/career readiness programs, Life skills training

Industrial

Mental Health

Specialized day care/drop-in center

Medical-Dental-Eye Service

Chapel Services

Yes

Support Groups

Yes

Other Programs

Anger management ministry, Specific immigrant programs, Furniture bank, HIV/AIDS ministry

Other Services