Since 1972, the Ventura County Rescue Mission has been serving the poor and homeless, offering hope to thousands of hurting people. The mission provides a full range of services to help the most vulnerable members of our community break free from poverty, homelessness, and addiction.
Food, shelter and clothing for those in need.
Biblically-based programs to minister to the whole person: body, mind, and spirit.
Equipping people to lead productive and independent lives.
Lighthouse for Women and Children
The Lighthouse for Women and Children began serving homeless single women and women with children in 1998, Today, with an overall capacity of 112 beds, the Lighthouse offers care specifically tailored to the needs of homeless women and children by providing emergency shelter, substance abuse recovery, Christian discipleship, education, life skills development, vocational training and transitional housing.
Every day as the sun rises and sets into the ocean, the Ventura County Rescue Mission is changing lives for good.
Nights of Shelter
NIGHTS OF SHELTER
Last year we provided more than 49,700 nights of safe, warm and comfortable sleep for men, women, and children.
Meals Served Last Year
A warm meal nourishes the body, mind and soul and can make all of the difference in the world to someone who is hungry and homeless.
Articles of Clothing
ARTICLES OF CLOTHING
Fresh, clean clothes can make a big difference for someone looking for a new start in life.
Life Recovery Program Graduates
LIFE RECOVERY PROGRAM GRADUATES
Last year 33 men and women graduated from the life recovery program clean and sober, and ready to make a difference in their community.
You can help us change lives for good.
Your donation supports people in need and helps them lead healthy, self-sufficient lives.