Every person's pathway out of homelessness is a little bit different. UGM's goal is to ensure they have all the resources they need to move forward.
Recovery is about community, whether that's being a friend and mentor or serving meals.
Even though Dionne pulled her life together after years in the adult entertainment industry, she was chronically unhappy and plagued by addiction. At UGM, she discovered the life-changing love of God.
Meet Nick Damascus and Pastor Eric Blauer who serve in different ways at the UGM Men's Shelter, but both offer the love and healing of Jesus to wounded souls.
Sarah, Lylee, Alize and Royce are safe and warm this Christmas because they found a safe place to heal at Union Gospel Mission.
As a UGM volunteer providing chapel services, Reverend Riley Palmer comes in every eight weeks to share the gospel with his friends--his homeless friends.
Take a look inside our shelters to see how your provisions are creating a safe, healing community for men, women and children desiring life change.
Meet two of our volunteer case managers who serve on the frontlines of ministry, offering listening ears and wise counsel to men and women in crisis.
As we prepared to celebrate the men and women finishing their Recovery programs this month, we asked them each one question: What were the key elements that made life-change possible for you?
New York Times best-selling author Frank Peretti and his wife Barbara have purposed to obey God by stewarding their resources wisely.