Faces of the Mission :: Lori

Sometimes people make statements that aren’t true. They say things like, “I’m good” when in fact they aren’t well. These are the statements often heard in passing, as one walks by acquaintances and colleagues in the office or the hallway. It was mid-afternoon on a Friday when Jennifer and I walked by Lori, who was […]

January is National Mentoring Month

January is a month of resolutions and fresh starts. It’s also National Mentoring Month. Seeking out the guidance of others who can remain objective to life’s challenges can be extremely positive for anyone. Here at Denver Rescue Mission, mentoring is an important part of our New Life Program and STAR Transitional Program. The relationships that are built […]

Faces of the Mission :: Marco and Bartet

“I’m from Italy,” says Marco. “I worked at an Insurance agency there. I left my job because I didn’t like it that much. I was really depressed and I wanted another experience out of life, so I left. I went to Ibiza. I was alone there for four days before I decided to go to […]

Redesigning Denver Rescue Mission’s Residential Family Programs

A Special Announcement from Brad Meuli, President and CEO   As we head into the Christmas season and plan for a new year of serving the most vulnerable population in Denver, I wanted to take a moment to update our community on some important work taking place at Denver Rescue Mission. During the past six […]

Holly Center Officially Opens :: Sleeps 200 Men In Need

Tonight is the first night we will sleep men in our new shelter facility, the Holly Center! This means that, starting today, the Mission will operate three separate overnight emergency shelter facilities in Denver (48th Street Center, Holly Center and the Lawrence Street Shelter downtown) with total capacity of 800+ men on any given night. […]

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