“I was very physically sick and I believe that if I didn’t have a place to stay I would have died on the streets of Lancaster.”
Being homeless is a symptom—not an identity, and since 1905 the Mission has provided aid to thousands of people who are experiencing homelessness. People with college degrees; people who held a career;
people who know God and people who are searching for God; mothers and fathers, someone’s son or daughter. Their journey out of homelessness began with a meal and a safe place to sleep. It ended with restoration.