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Las Vegas Rescue Mission

Address
480 W Bonanza Rd
Las Vegas, NV -

Emergency Shelter:
Emergency shelter at the Mission is provided to men, women, and children on a first come first served basis. We currently have a total capacity of 170 emergency shelter beds. Our guests are allowed to stay seven nights and possibly longer depending on their particular circumstances. A shower and clean linens are provided daily. Dinner and breakfast are served each day of their stay. This is absolutely free of charge, thanks to kindness and generosity of those who donate to the Las Vegas Rescue Mission

1 year recovery program
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission residential recovery program is for men and women with life-controlling addictions who want to make a positive life change. The focus of the program is on recovery, rehabilitation, and preparation for a return to productive living through the power and love of Jesus Christ. We offer this at no cost to those who have no income as a way to get off the streets to a safe environment where all their physical needs are provided for, so they can focus all their attention on recovery and their relationship with Jesus Christ.

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Daily Meals
Dinner is served at 5:00 p.m. 7 days a week for anyone who is hungry. Breakfast is supplied for overnight emergency shelter guests, and lunch for those who are a part of our residential recovery program, including a bag lunch for those who are working off-site. Also, every night after chapel service, ice cream is served for our overnight guests and residents.

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