PO Box 1218
Jackson, Wyoming 83001-1218
Good Samaritan Mission has been quietly serving the physical, emotional and Spiritual needs of the hungry, hurting, homeless people in Teton County for over 40 years. The mission is a true part of the Jackson Hole Community. Good Samaritan Mission began in 1970 from an urging of the Holy Spirit to serve those less fortunate. Good Samaritan Mission is completely overseen by a local professional Board of Directors drawn from local businesses and professions that have a desire to serve God in this way.
Day room, Emergency shelter, Long-term recovery/rehab program (urban), Case managementHousing
Emergency shelter, Case management, Extended shelter (not long term), Single women (no children), Long-term recovery/rehab program (90 days or more)Children and Youth Residential Life-Transformation Programs Oversight
Prepared meals served, Community food pantrySpiritual Nurture
Residential program for parolees, Regular Bible studies/worshipEducation Career Advancement/Employment Health Services Other Programs and Services