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Project Transformation

Phase II: Discipleship Program

"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink.

I WAS A STRANGER AND YOU WELCOMED ME.

— MATTHEW 25:35

Falling on hard times is never planned.


Through RESTORATIVE HOSPITALITY, Wyoming Rescue Mission PROVIDES TANGIBLE CARE with compassion and faith-based conviction.

As part of what we're calling Project Transformation, we've embarked on a specific capital campaign to raise funds for the facilities that will make a difference in the lives of those who need it most.

Watch the video below to learn more about what Restorative Hospitality means for all of us.

Project History

Phase I

The first phase of our Project Transformation became operational in October 2018, and the Park Street Center dramatically expanded our outreach.

But without a more enduring, restorative presence in the lives of these individuals, many remain trapped in a cycle of despair and desperation. Even with an enhanced center for emergency care, a new need has emerged—one that limits our ability to serve through continued restorative hospitality.

The Next Chapter: Phase II

Phase II addresses the Discipleship House — the place where guests have chosen to accept recovery and are working to transition back into society as contributing, Christ-loving individuals.

Phase II of our Project Transformation will provide guests with a safe, recovery-minded home as they participate in the Discipleship Recovery Program in a place of restorative hospitality.

Watch the video below to see how the Discipleship Recovery Program is changing lives.

What the Discipleship Program Needs

Currently, the number of guests in our Discipleship Recovery Program is double our maximum capacity. Our current rooms are overused, and existing Discipleship Recovery Program residencies are designed for single-family use and have become substantially worn.

Without the opportunity to participate in this essential program, many of these individuals would continue the same vicious cycle of coming in for temporary shelter, only to return to the realities of continued addiction and abuse.

How You Can Help

We’re nearing the finish line, and there are many incredible ways to help us get there.



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