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How You Helped Homeless Families

Families represent 63% of those living in Orange County shelters and they are in need of basic essential items such as diapers, wipes and food. HomeAid Essentials for Young Lives is a community-wide effort to collect these essential items in partnership with the Children and Families...

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How to Support Vets on Memorial Day

As a company, Restoration Roasters means to invest in people, it’s what the business is all about. This Memorial Day, Monday 5/25, Restoration Roasters will be honoring our Veterans. For each dollar spent in Restoration coffee, they will give a dollar back to our Rescue Mission...

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Desiree's Story

Desiree felt helpless, lost and hopeless. Desiree attended college, worked two jobs and had a hidden addiction to meth. Life became unstable as her addiction progressed. Before she knew it, she was living in her friend’s garage. Then under a bridge. Desiree was homeless for two years...

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Symphony Strengthens Families

“Mommy and Me” Music and Wellness Program Reinvigorates Young Mother and Strengthens Bond With Son As a first-time mother of 1-year-old son Eli, Ariel was hesitant to try the new “Mommy and Me” Music and Wellness program offered at the Orange County Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope in...

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Good News in Tustin

HOME FOR RUNAWAY TEEN GIRLS REOPENS Community rallies to save 30-year-old Laurel House. BY BROOKE EDWARDS STAGGS   STAFF WRITER for Tustin News Online article here. TUSTIN • In August, Tiffany Taylor had the rug pulled out from underneath her. Again.   That’s when the troubled teen...

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Rescue Mission Stories

You help moms like Shawnasty find a safe place to start a new life. Shawnasty called the cops the night her husband’s drunken abuse turned violent. He had been kicked out of the military and life was chaotic. They lost their home and were staying with family . . . no home to call their...

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A Purpose-Driven Pharmacist

Bob Grimm, a longtime pharmacist, now volunteers as his time as the pharmacist for the non-profit health clinic at the Hurtt Family Health Clinic, part of the Orange County Rescue Mission in Tustin., MARK RIGHTMIRE, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Article by: By ERIKA I. RITCHIE / STAFF WRITER for...

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Keeping Teen Girls Off the Streets

In August, Tiffany Taylor had the rug pulled out from underneath her. Again. That’s when the troubled teen found out Laurel House – a transitional home for at-risk girls – was out of money and shutting its doors. Taylor would have to go back to living with the grandparents she’d worked...

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Employee of the Month

Each month we like to highlight an employee who exemplifies the mission, philosophy, and values of our organization. This month we are delighted to highlight our Events Coordinator, Kayleigh Roenicke, as our Employee of the Month. You may have had a tour or attended an event hosted by...

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Back to Work

As a Rescue Mission, one of our primary missions is to equip men and women to be independent and self sufficient by gaining employment and a sustainable income and purpose. Last Friday we celebrated a new group of students entering the job search phase. I thought it would be...

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