We have an extremely high expectation for the service and life restoring programs we give to the least, the last, the lost. Our program has been thoughtfully and intentionally designed to inspire hope in those that we serve and we are committed to fostering an environment that moves men, women and children into healthy positions of self sufficiency and independence. This means that, while we follow some standard business practices, we also work every day to try new and innovative things to ensure we are constantly pursuing the hearts of the homeless and removing as many barriers to new life as we can.
Our program is a transitional, back to work program where individuals will stay for anywhere from 18-24 months, until they are able to restore broken pasts and transform their old ways to achieve healing and wholeness.
The timeline of our program begins when a homeless individual calls our admissions department to schedule an interview for intake into our program. The screening process is a safety net to protect the community that already exists within our campus to ensure that all who embark on the road to recovery are able to safely abide with other men, women and children in the program.
In an effort to better serve those in more desperate circumstances, we have instilled new walk-up admissions hours so that regardless of a scheduled interview or not, individuals may arrive at our campus and walk in for an interview with our Admissions Manager between the hours of 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM, Monday through Friday and be seen for potential admission.
We are always seeking ways to better respond to the need while maintaining the integrity of the program.
You can help those in need by referring them to the Orange County Rescue Mission and scheduling an interview with our Admissions Department by calling (714)-247-4379 or by utilizing these new walk in hours at our Village of Hope campus located at 1 Hope Drive, Tustin, CA 92782.