SERVICES TO THE HOMELESS

In addition to meeting the basic needs of food, clothing, safety and shelter, we strive to meet the unique and long-term needs of our guests. As a guest of TRM, every person is offered the following services.

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SPIRITUAL MINISTRY

Our greatest calling and our greatest joy is to love God and love people. Above all else, we desire to show through our lives and service the love of God and the joy of an intimate and personal relationship with Jesus.

GUEST MANAGEMENT

Our guest management team listens to the stories of the homeless individuals who come to us for help. It's our goal to make them feel heard, seen, and accepted. Our team then helps our guests to recognize, address and work through the issues that led them to become homeless, working with them to develop a plan for their stay that will best help them to be successful, both while at TRM Ministries and after leaving.

EDUCATION AND JOB TRAINING

TRM offers a broad range of training programs for our guests.  The programs are focused on topics such as character development, employment readiness and certifications as well as biblical studies and leadership development.

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COMMUNITY AND AGENCY SUPPORT

TRM Ministries provides assistance to our guests to connect with community agencies and services. Our team has established strong community support and collaborative community partners to assist our guests with addiction recovery, mental and emotional health, physical health, dental services, vision services, veterans’ services and many others.

HOUSING ASSISTANCE

TRM Ministries provides counsel, strategy and direction with a homeless rehousing team eager to help our guests locate and obtain affordable, safe and appropriate permanent housing. We also provide follow up case management once our guests have obtained housing and are rejoining the community.

OTHER SERVICES

While staying at our shelters, a host of other services may be provided as needed. These services include but are not limited to: transportation, medical assistance, clothing, food, and learning the basics of financial independence, such as budgeting and paying bills.