Atlantic City Rescue Mission has become the largest shelter providing relief for the homeless in southern New Jersey through the generous donations of individuals. Their support has allowed this ministry to build comprehensive services to help those in need. In fact, over nine surrounding county government and state run support centers rely on Mission resources to assist them in effectively deal with the problems ravaging the community. Because of our Christian faith, we turn no one away. Today we offer Life Restoration Services, Education and Career Training and Permanent Housing Placement. For 50 years we have been helping people get back on their feet. There is an end to homelessness, and it’s all right here.
Real Solutions. Real Hope.™
A nonprofit, Christian social service ministry helping and hope to the poor and homeless in southern New Jersey since 1964. People who have no home receive practical help, counseling, and Christian compassion. Built on effective, innovative, Christian-based recovery programs, people are brought from despair into a productive, good quality of life within the community – because they learn to have faith in themselves. This philosophy has led to innovative co-operative partnerships with local universities, medical centers and to apply best practices and social service models making Atlantic City Rescue Mission a premier leader in life restoration and recovery.
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Statistics of how many people were helped at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission in the past decade
The Atlantic City Rescue Mission is not a government agency. We are a private nonprofit Christian organization supported mainly through donations from individual people, businesses, and organizations in the community who care about the poor and homeless.
The Mission employs full- and part-time paid staff and utilizes the talents of many generous volunteers.
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2009 Bacharach Blvd., PO Box 5358
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08404
Phone: (609) 345-5517 | Fax: (609) 345-8149
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