Gospel Rescue Mission - Tucson, AZ

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Tucson, AZ 85713
: 520-740-1501
: http://grmtucson.com/
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Gospel Rescue Mission - Tucson, AZ



T.B. card and ID required. First time clients receive four nights automatically. We have extended stay programs for Parole, Workers, Agency referral and other extension programs. We also have an 18 month restoration program. Zero tolerance on drugs and alcohol.

Emergency shelter and meals for homeless men, women and children.
Shelter Services We Offer:
    Chapel Services
    Emergency Shelter Program
    Extended Shelter Program
    Evening Guest Shelter Program (Men's Center only)
    Children's Program (Women's Center only)
Bed Availability Questions
To inquire about bed availability or for any other shelter related questions, either visit the shelter's front desk in person or contact the shelter by phone at:
Men's Shelter Front Office: (520) 740-1501 x7215
Women & Women with Children Shelter Front Office: (520) 740-1501 x7101

Gospel Rescue Mission's Shelter Service Eligibility Requirements
Shelter candidates are accepted on the basis of bed availability, without regard to age, education, ethnicity or religion. The single exception being that we can not take Level 2 or Level 3 sex offenders.
To inquire about bed availability or for any other shelter related questions, either visit the shelter's front desk in person or contact the shelter by phone at: (520) 740-1501. For the Men's Shelter Front Office, dial  extension 7215. For the Women & Women with Children Shelter Front Office dial extension 7101.
Length of stay
    A man may stay four days in a row each month
    A woman or a woman with children may stay for up to seven days in a row each month
Requirements for longer stays
Men, women and women with children staying longer than the limits listed above, are required to do volunteer work in exchange for the extra days. For example: landscaping, laundry, maintenance, cooking, etc.
During an longer stay, shelter guests may also express their interest in enrolling in one of Gospel Rescue Mission's Recovery Programs.


Evening Guest Program
Due to space limitations, we are unable to offer everyone who comes to the Men's Center Shelter a place to stay for the night. Our evening guests leave the shelter after the chapel service. Although we cannot provide a bed for everyone, we attempt to meet the needs of these men as best as we can with the following services:
    A hot meal
    Shower
    Change of clothes
    Toiletries
    Pastoral counseling
    Chapel services
Emergency Shelter Program
The Emergency Shelter Program provides an emergency 4-day shelter stay for men.
Every shelter guest receives:
    Hot meals
    Shower
    Change of clothes
    Toiletries
    Over the counter medications
    Case Management
Extended Shelter Program
The Extended Shelter Program is a 90-day program for men.
During this time, the men receive:
    A bed for 90 days
    Nutritious meals
    Clothing
    Toiletries
    Chapel services
    Discipleship training
    Case management
    Counseling
    Medical Assistance
    Employment assistance
    Basic computer skills
    Affordable housing placement referrals
    Life skills classes for men who:
    - have medical issues
    - are unemployed
    - transitioning from prison



Do you have items to donate? Contact Gospel Rescue Mission at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2016-06-16


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Important:
Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

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Do you have items to donate? Contact Warming Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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COMMENTS: Be The First To Make A Comment

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    Barbara Wells
    2013-12-09 10:18:00
    I went to Union Gospel Mission and it was not helpful or friendly. I had to asked twice if they had a list of shelters/agencies. I was told they were full and to call. I called several times and left a message. No one returned the call. When I asked why I was told that they don't call anyone back when they are full. How is the public supposed to know that? Very unorganized and clearly not up to helping people that really need it as the Senior Citizen and the single woman without chilren. Don't waste you time here.

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