At Helping Up Mission, we believe God’s love can set people free — from drugs and alcohol, from poverty and homelessness, and from any other self-destructive behavior.
However, it’s not enough to tell a person who has struggled with addiction for years that “Jesus loves you” and expect a miraculous recovery. Contrary to common thinking, addiction is not simply the result of poor personal choices, immorality, or weakness. It’s much more complex.
Consequently, our approach to treatment is holistic in nature. Our Spiritual Recovery Program integrates the practical needs of our clients — food, clothing, shelter — with their clinical, mental health, medical, educational, and vocational needs. All of that is built upon a Gospel foundation. And by God’s grace, it can lead to lasting change.
Helping Up Mission provides hope to people experiencing homelessness, poverty, or addiction by meeting their physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs.
Helping Up Mission | Center for Women & Children respectfully looks for female volunteers who are 18 or older to serve our population of women. To serve at the Center for Women & Children volunteers are required to complete our Volunteer Orientation and a background check (there is a cost of $19 to complete). Please visit our Volunteer Platform to view all serving opportunities at Helping Up Mission. https://helpingupmission.vomo.org/org/helping-up-mission