The Mission provides services to anyone without regard for race, color, sex, disability, religion or national origin. We are an equal opportunity Mission. Our facility offers a safe and sober environment to those who are in need of our services.
All the services listed below are available for those staying in our Emergency Shelter and for the general public. In addition we also offer Biblical counseling to anyone in need.
Chapel services are at 7:00pm Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday; Bible Devotions are Monday - Friday at 8:00am in our dining hall. Biblical counseling is also offered. All these services are available for those staying in our Emergency Shelter and for the general public.
Meals are served in the Mission dining hall 3 times daily weekdays, and 2 meals Saturday & Sunday; the public is invited.
The Gospel Mission provides shelter to the homeless. In our new Men's Shelter we are able to provide 56 beds and in the Women's Shelter we have 23 beds. Both facilities provide daily meals, showers, and clean clothing. Check-in is at 6:00pm daily.
The Gospel Mission also provides shelter to homeless women with children offsite of our main facility. We are able to provide 12 beds for women and their children, daily meals, showers, and clean clothing.
We offer an opportunity of change for those who want to overcome negative life controlling issues, learn to apply new principals in their lives and move from dependency to dignity and self-sufficiency. Our in-house, long term, Bible based Recovery Program for men and women focuses on Christian growth/discipleship, recovery from addictions, and restoring the individuals life to become a productive community member. This program is for those that are serious in wanting to make a change.
Our program classes are also open to the public and are Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 to 11:00am. Below are listed just a few of the classes we offer:
We now offer our clients needed goods from our Thrift Store under an “Earn-It” model. We have partnered with Klamath Works with this new system and TAP recipients will be required to give back some of their time to programs at Klamath Works in order to “earn” the needed assistance.
The time required to give back is based on the dollar value awarded to approximately equating to minimum wage. For example, if you are awarded $10 of goods, you will give back 1 hour in one of our programs at the Klamath Works facility.
Here are the instructions after you qualify to receive your needed goods through our program:
2. Once the give back time has been completed at Klamath Works you can go back to the Gospel Mission Recovery Center Thrift Store on Fridays from 1:00pm – 2:30pm to shop for your earned items.
REQUIREMENTS TO QUALIFY:
You will be able to shop at the Gospel Mission Recovery Center Thrift Store on Fridays from 1:00pm – 2:30pm for your earned items.