Hope, Help, Healing for the Homeless and Hurting
More than 28,000 meals served for hungry men, women and children . Safe shelter for over 6,500 individuals each night. Over 11,200 families received food baskets. Referrals to other agencies.
THANK YOU for making a difference in the lives of others.
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My name is Angel, and for years, I found myself trapped in the cycle of homelessness.
Recently, I hit rock bottom, with no place to turn after being discharged from the hospital. It was a dark and uncertain moment in my life, until Crossroads Mission once again opened its doors for me, offering warmth and hope during the holiday season.
In the past, I battled addiction, often seeking refuge at the Mission for a meal or a temporary place to stay, only to return to my selfdestructive habits. However, a change began stirring within me when I witnessed acquaintances finding the help they desperately needed. Seeing others embark on the path to recovery and a brighter future inspired me to make a profound change in my own life.
That's when I made the life-altering decision to return to Crossroads Mission and enroll in their partner program. Within the Mission's walls, I discovered a renewed sense of purpose. The journey hasn't been easy; it's been a constant struggle. Nevertheless, I hold firm in my belief that God isn't finished with me yet. He's given me a second chance to rise above my past mistakes and rebuild my life. Now, I patiently await affordable housing, a crucial step on my path to stability and independence.
Thanks to Crossroads Mission and the unwavering support I've received here, I hold hope for a brighter tomorrow. I'm determined to seize this second chance, continuing my journey towards a better, more fulfilling life.
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Hope, Help, Healing for the Homeless and Hurting.
Crossroads Nogales Mission is a Christ-centered,
non-profit shelter community providing help, hope, compassionate care and recovery to disadvantaged men, women and families who are homeless, addicted and/or involved in domestic violence. The shelter provides housing, food, resources and
recovery programs to those in need.
Crossroads Mission is the only homeless shelter, recovery center
in South Central Arizona.
Alejandra Martinez is the newly appointed Director
of Crossroads Mission Nogales.
Crossroads Nogales Mission was founded 1995 by Directors Ben and Bert Wenke (now retired) to help the hungry and poor, shelter the homeless, and give people a beginning of new life.
New dynamic, faith-based leadership is now directing the Mission operations. God is moving at Crossroads Mission Nogales, and we are excited to see His plan come into fruition.
Every individual/family who comes to Crossroads Nogales Mission for help is treated with compassion and love.
For more information on our leadership, go HERE
We envision Crossroads Nogales Mission will be the primary contact and center in the South Central Arizona border area communities for Gospel centered life transformation opportunities. .
Crossroads Nogales Mission serves to move homeless and hurting individuals from insecure and/or unsafe conditions to productive and stable lives by transformation through the Gospel.
Crossroads Nogales Mission cares for the whole person (mind, body, spirit), providing basic care such as food and housing, recovery from addiction, shelter from domestic violence, spiritual teachings, job placement instruction & opportunities, and guidance in finding housing. Our goal: transformation from homelessness/addiction to living a productive, meaningful life.
The Crossroads Nogales Mission womens/children housing program nurtures individuals and families suffering from domestic violence. The program provides shelter, food and care along with healing counseling and legal resources, with an ultimate goal of guiding the families towards self-reliability through employment
and into their own home
With your help Crossroads Nogales Mission will continue to transform individuals & families from addiction, homelessness and abuse into self-sustaining, productive, healthy lives ~ with guidance from our faithful Lord.
The cost of one daily meal is $3.07 per person. The Mission serves one meal daily to impoverished families. Can you help?