1715 North Boonville
Springfield, Missouri 65803
Victory Mission began in 1976 when Rev. and Mrs. Everett Cook saw the needs of the homeless in Downtown Springfield. Their initial efforts included the distribution of sandwiches and coffee from the back of their station wagon. Today the Outreach arm of Victory Mission includes a food pantry, evening feeding program, senior luncheon, Thanksgiving/Christmas baskets and back-to-school supplies.
Over the years, the organization has moved beyond outreach to focus on empowerment through intentional programs and emergency shelters. Victory Square provides a safe space for individuals facing homelessness with the help they need to get back on their feet through recovery programs and job training. SingleMomzRock provides resources for single parents and encouragement to a network of women through monthly meetings and occasional special events.
A number of social enterprises helps to create employment opportunities for members of Victory Mission + Ministry’s programs. These ventures not only provide hands-on experience and fair living wages for different individuals, they also allow Victory Mission to become more sustainable as an organization.
Food Pantry for the Public, Emergency Shelter for Men, Long-Term Drug/Alcohol Recovery for Men, Transitional Housing for Men, Onsite Meals for GuestsHousing
, Transitional Housing for MenChildren and Youth Residential Life-Transformation Programs
Seniors Programs, Long-Term Drug/Alcohol Recovery for MenOversight
Onsite Meals for Guests, Food Pantry for the PublicSpiritual Nurture
Chapel Services, Residential program for paroleesEducation
, , Life-Skills TrainingCareer Advancement/Employment
, , Job Placement, Job Readiness Programs, Specific Career TrainingHealth Services
Medical ClinicOther Programs and Services
, Seniors Programs, Jail and Prison Ministry, Community/Neighborhood Outreach Program (beyond your facilities) Back To School program that provides clothing and school supplies for 2500 students annually. Partnerships with community groups to provide help for foster families; in-school Cents of Pride stores; neighborhood building supplies for home repair, and book fairs and student holiday parties.