Thank you and all of our faithful partners for your support throughout 2011. Your generosity enabled the Mission to offer healing and hope to homeless, abused, addicted and poor men, women, and children every single day. Together, we showed San Diegans in need what real love looks like.

Below is just a partial report on how you and the Mission helped people in 2012.

Year in Review 1,350 women (including 46 senior citizens) and 685 children were safe in our emergency shelter instead of being out on the cold, dangerous streets.
Year in Review 501,516 nutritious meals were served to homeless and hungry local San Diegans.
Year in Review 18 women graduated from our Women and Children’s Center – equipped with confidence and the tools for long-term success and independence.
Year in Review 3 babies were born by mothers in our Women and Children’s Center – starting their lives off in a safe, comfortable, and hopeful environment.
Year in Review 87 men graduated from the Men’s Center – ready to start a new life re-united with their families, working, and ready to return to being productive, contributing citizens.
Year in Review 187 additional men continued to work on their graduation requirements and got help and the tools for recovery in our Men’s Center.
Year in Review 1,460 morning and evening chapel services for our long-term men and women were led by dozens of local churches and staff to share God’s love, healing, and hope.
Year in Review 136 men and women were cared for in the Recuperative Care Unit (RCU) for the homeless being released from the hospital / facing medical challenges.
Year in Review 406 men, women, and children from throughout our programs and the community received the free therapy they needed in our Outpatient Clinic.

Your support allowed us to feed, shelter, and educate homeless and hungry
San Diegans in 2012. Thank you!