There are over 300 individuals experiencing homelessness in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Together we can provide safe shelter, hot meals, medical care, and job training to transform lives in the Winchester area.
Homeless shelter getting a $100,000 makeover
HomeAid Northern Virginia, the official nonprofit of the Northern Virginia Building Association, using HomeAid volunteers and materials donated by members of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association, the Rescue Mission is getting a nearly $100,000 makeover with new flooring, new interior paint, new storage units, new outdoor benches, custom-made shelves, better insulation, drainage improvements and more!
The Winchester Rescue Mission transforms lives by providing shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to improve and enhance the lives of the poor, powerless and persecuted, to reach their full potential through Christ.
Emergency services that meet immediate and practical needs for people experiencing homelessness, hunger, and despair.
Daily Food Distribution
Lunch is served 3 days a week
Dinner is served daily, 7 days a week, year-round.
We work one-on-one with each individual to identify next steps with a goal of helping them change unhealthy patterns of behavior.