Gospel Rescue Mission - Mens Center - Tucson, AZ

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4550 S Palo Verde Road
Tucson, AZ 85714
: (520) 740-1501
: https://www.grmtucson.com/
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Description: BED AVAILABILITY & PROGRAM INFO
For questions regarding bed availability, recovery programs, or for any other shelter related questions, please contact:
Men's Shelter Front Office:

(520) 740-1501

* This is the former Radisson hotel. 350 beds available and 1,000 hot meals served a day.

Shelter guests must be sober and are accepted based on bed availability, need and willingness to commit to the hard work of recovery without regard to age, education, ethnicity or religion, with the single exception being that we cannot take any sex offenders.

Our shelter is wheelchair accessible however, shelter guests must be able to care for their own basic daily needs (dress, shower, get around) and their prescribed medications must not reduce their mental alertness.

Shelter guests must be sober and are accepted based on bed availability, need and willingness to commit to the hard work of recovery without regard to age, education, ethnicity or religion, with the single exception being that we cannot take any sex offenders.

Our shelter is wheelchair accessible however, shelter guests must be able to care for their own basic daily needs (dress, shower, get around) and their prescribed medications must not reduce their mental alertness.


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 - Mens Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-03-10

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

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