E-mail : info@misscomission.org

 

 

A CHRIST CENTERED APPROACH
TO HELPING THE HOMELESS
 

The Mission Chapel is open each Sunday for Christian Services at 8:00-9:30a.m. for everyone who wishes to attend. The Bible based messages are brought by local Pastors who have a passion for this Ministry and offer Council to the guests who wish to attend the service as well as those who don’t.

 

 

 

 

WE PROVIDE ASSISTANCE IN THESE AREAS

 

FOOD

Emergency food is available to those in need three days per week, and other times when fresh produce is available. The Mission networks with other local food sources and feeding programs using Charity Tracker software to avoid duplicating services. Mississippi County residents only – Documentation is required.

CLOTHING

Clothing is available to the public three days per week, and other times when during our Fundraiser and end of Season cleanout. No residential restrictions apply. Picture ID required.

 

FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

Donated furniture, appliances, housewares, bedding and other soft furnishings are given to those from the shelter who are entering their own homes, and house-fire victims entering their new homes. We take referrals from other service agencies for families in need who are not experiencing homelessness.

TRAVELER'S AID

We offer limited Gas assistance for stranded motorists, and limited Gas assistance for out-of-town Dr. appointments for people who do not receive Medicaid and thus who cannot ride the Medicaid Van. Appointment verification required. Mississippi County residents only.

PRESCRIPTIONS

Financial assistance for prescription medicines is available on a limited scale, special circumstances and Co-Pays only. Mission residents who are not insured are Referred to the Great River Free Charitable Clinic.

EMERGENCY SHELTER

Emergency Shelter is available 24/7 for Men, Women, and Children. The Mission currently has 23 beds for Men, and 26 beds for Women and Children. Call-ahead for bed availability suggested. For anyone being released from Jail, Hospital or Rehab this is a requirement, with a documented referral. We do not hold a license to house Parolees, nor do we accept registered Sex offenders into theMission program. Male or Female.

 

WORK PROGRAMS

All who stay at theMission are required to work and be productive. Whether it be thru Shelter Chores, working in the Kitchen, working in the Office, or the Spot Job and Day Labor program, or working in the warehouses to Pay-it- Forward – acquiring and honing job skills is essential in preparing for re-entering the Housed Community. Retail experience, organizational skills, and building stamina needed for an all day job are but a few of the things that can be gained by this work experience.

 

Do you need assistance?

Do you need assistance?

Get in touch with us!
Please call us!
Office: (870) 763-8380
Secondary: 870-763-2002
Our Address:
400 E. Walnut St.
P.O. Box 501
Blytheville, Arkansas
72316/72315
Email:
info@misscomission.org

Do you wish to become a Mission Volunteer or to Make a Donation?

 

 

 

OUR PROMISE

It is our Promise to give Assistance to Everyone in need who comes through our Doors as we are able with the Grace and Love of Jesus Christ.

 

OUR MISSION

It is our “Mission” to provide resources and opportunity for aide for any person that is currently unable to meet their own need that has a willingness to work in the Solution to their Problem. Extending the Arm of Christ to these people in need regardless of race, color, creed or national origin, sex, age. religion, handicap, or addiction.

 

 

 

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you! Please call us at 1-(870)-763-8380 –or- 1-870-763-2002. Our email is mcunionmission@yahoo.com