The Durham Rescue Mission provides food, shelter and other programs and services to the homeless men of Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill through their men's program.
By offering safe shelter, three meals a day, clean clothing, Biblical counseling, financial planning, vocational training, GED/education and employment assistance, they've helped mend the shattered lives of many homeless men since opening in 1974.
They have approximately 267 beds available, with a max of 312 beds including mats for emergency situations and currently house an average of 270 men a night.
The following will be provided - shelter, food, clothing, and biblical counseling.
"Our Mission is to meet through the power of Jesus Christ the needs of the whole person: spiritual, educational, emotional, physical, social, and vocational, so that those who are hurting may become fully functioning members of society."
- From the Durham Rescue Missionfor men website