Denver Rescue Mission is changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.
We are in need of interns, volunteer mentors and volunteer childcare assistants. Please go to DenverRescueMission.org/Volunteer for more information or to sign-up.
Founded in 1892, Denver Rescue Mission is the oldest full-service Christian charity serving the poor and needy in the Rocky Mountain region.
Lawrence Street Shelter is our most recognizable location because of the neon “Jesus Saves” sign on the corner of the building. Services at this location include shelter (up to 315 men nightly), medical services and relational and emotional support for those experiencing homelessness.
Lawrence Street Community Center provides daytime services such as meals, restrooms, showers, and drinking water to guests. It also provides a safe place for people experiencing homelessness to gather and rest away from the influences of drugs, alcohol and other dangers.
Champa House is a long-term New Life Program facility offering help toward self-sufficiency to single mothers and their dependent children.
Harvest Farm, located in Wellington, Colorado, is a rural New Life Program location for men. The Farm is a fully operating farm and ranch with food and clothing distribution, youth camps, and a fall festival with a corn maze.
The Crossing provides a long-term New Life Program location for men; the STAR Transitional Program for homeless families and single men and women with children; and temporary housing for New Life Program graduates, interns and visitors.
Ministry Outreach Center is our central warehouse for distributing clothing, food boxes, household goods, and furniture. An emergency shelter is located here as well.
Family Services provides transitional housing solutions, assistance for permanent housing, and mentoring for working families, single men and women; seniors and refugee families experiencing homelessness and poverty.
Global Ministry Outreach offers consultation, resources and support to city and rescue missions around the world.
Fort Collins Rescue Mission provides meals, overnight shelter, food boxes, and clothing distribution to the homeless in Fort Collins. A 3-9 month transitional program called Steps to Success is also offered at this location.