You can make a difference
Your help can give someone in Missoula a new beginning
Hope Rescue Mission has a vast pool of resources to help the homeless, the addicted, and the recovering right here in Missoula. But we can’t do it alone — we rely on the help of our generous Missoula neighbors to make a difference.
It really does take a community to raise those who are struggling out of despair. Our caring volunteers help in countless ways to restore hope to those who need it most, and in so doing, create positive change.
Brittany came to us asking for help with $1,100.00 in rent. Brittany was new to Missoula and she was desiring a new start in life. She had just obtained employment. She had just finished treatment and entered into sober living with a facility. Brittany was very productive in finding work and completing applications, one of which was a non-profit that awarded her $600.00 toward her rent. 549-HOPE and our church partners split the remaining amount of $400.00.She was very grateful for all of the help and continues to work hard in her recovery.
TSOS is Changing Lives
Travis Beam has been couch surfing around town for the past three years, “it doesn’t matter what your story is, what you’ve been through, who you are.”
Beam says he aged out of the foster care system in 2017 and was left with nowhere to go.
But things are looking up, “everything couldn’t be going better for me,” Beam said.
He currently, lives at the Temporary Safe Outdoor Space, “there couldn’t be a better place for you if you’re homeless,” he continued.
He says he’s been offered a second job and had a housing voucher approved through the Missoula Housing Authority.
“I’ll be in my own place for the first time in my entire life that I can call my own home. That in and of itself is worth it.”
TSOS PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Daily operations for the Temporary Safe Outdoor Space (TSOS) will be conducted by Outreach Team Members with Hope Rescue Mission. OTMs are expected to work closely with TSOS residents to assist in case management coordination and guiding residents through the next steps in their journey (obtaining and ID, identifying housing resources, connecting residents to resources and organizations to meet behavioral, mental and physical health needs, etc.) Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume to apply.
HOUSE PEER SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Daily operations for The Grace House will be conducted by Peer Support Team Member with Hope Rescue Mission. Peer Support Staff will be there to provide oversight, assistance, and reassurance to participants of Grace House, relating as a sister in Christ, maintaining a safe atmosphere within the Shelter structure while speaking truthfully with love. Please email email@example.com with your resume to apply.