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Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission

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302 N 13th St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107

Contact Information

Phone:    (215) 922-6400
Website:    http://www.sundaybreakfast.org
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Email:    info@sundaybreakfast.org

Description

Founded in 1878, we have reached out to the homeless in Philadelphia for more than 140 years. Originally named the Sunday Breakfast Association, our name was changed a few years ago to reflect our expanded services as a Rescue Mission. Rescue Missions are similar to a traditional homeless shelter, but focus on caring for the spiritual needs in addition to the practical needs of people.

Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission serves the homeless through two locations in Philadelphia: a meal service program serving three meals a day to anyone in need and men’s shelter in Center City and a transitional home for women in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia. The Center City shelter also houses a long-term recovery program for men. The Mission does not receive government funding and relies on the generous contributions of caring individuals, families, churches and businesses. Donations are supplemented with income from two thrift stores.

Our Mission

Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission, a non-profit organization, exists to minister in the name of Jesus Christ to the physical and spiritual needs of homeless and disadvantaged people in the Philadelphia area.

Our Vision

Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission aims to transform lives by the power of God; so that those who have been loved, rescued and trained would become those who love, rescue and train.

Services Provided


Critical Care

Day Room for Guests, Emergency Shelter for Women with Children, Food Pantry for the Public, Emergency Shelter for Men, Long-Term Drug/Alcohol Recovery for Men, Transitional Housing for Men, Case Management, Onsite Meals for Guests

Housing

Case management, Transitional Housing for Men, Emergency Shelter for Women with Children

Children and Youth

Residential Life-Transformation Programs

Long-Term Drug/Alcohol Recovery for Men

Oversight

Onsite Meals for Guests, Food Pantry for the Public, Case Management

Spiritual Nurture

Chapel Services, Residential program for parolees

Education

Literacy Classes, GED Classes, Tutoring, , , Life-Skills Training

Career Advancement/Employment

Job Placement, Job Readiness Programs, Specific Career Training

Health Services

Medical Clinic

Other Programs and Services

Jail and Prison Ministry, Legal Services