Bringing help and hope through Shelter, Service, and God’s Love, one person at a time.
Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor,serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality. Romans 12:10-13 (NIV)
As a guest of the Topeka Rescue Mission each person receives most or all of the following services:
Our greatest mandate or calling which is also our greatest joy is to love God and love people. We, above all else, desire to show through our lives and service the love of God and the joy of a life committed to a loving, personal and intimate relationship with Jesus. We offer daily prayer groups for men and women and a nightly chapel service for everyone.
ADVOCACY AND CASE MANAGEMENT:
Advocates or case managers will work with you to develop a plan for your stay that will best help you to be successful both while at TRM Ministries and after leaving. At the same time, the advocate will help you to recognize, deal with and work through the issues that led to being homeless.
We strive to provide a safe, comfortable and hospitable shelter for you to reside in while in transition to permanent housing. In 2016, TRM Ministries provided 91,202 nights of shelter with an average each night of 250 individuals sheltered.
COMMUNITY AND AGENCY SUPPORT:
TRM Ministries will provide assistance to you to connect with community agencies and services. Our team has established strong community support and collaborative community partners to assist you with mental health, physical health, dental services, vision services, veterans’ services and many others.
TRM Ministries provides counsel, strategy and direction with an on staff housing specialist for you. He is eager to help you locate and obtain affordable, safe and appropriate permanent housing. Around 90% of families at the Hope Center receive some kind of housing assistance.
While staying at TRM Ministries Shelters, a host of other services may be provided as needed. Those include but are not limited to: transportation, medical, clothing, food, education and training, budgeting, etc.