The medical clinic serving homeless women and children at the new Crisis Shelter facility is a place of safety and healing in every sense.
In January, the Crisis Shelter for Women and Children celebrated its 10th anniversary, and thanks to many of you, they did it in a newer, much larger location
It’s easy to look at a homeless person and see only his or her homelessness – the weathered face, the cardboard sign, the worn clothes, the desperation. It’s easy to forget that, first and foremost, he or she is a human being, created in the image of God.
For three years, UGM has been in a state of anticipation. We have watched the average number of guests grow to 87 per night. We need your help >
Everybody wins when men, women, children are helped. The people in need, when they know there's support behind them, it's the wind at their back. It gives them strength, gives them hope.
Poor work history. Felony record. Long periods of unemployment. Addiction issues. Lack of education. No transportation. No appropriate work attire. No teeth.
UGM is building a league of teams to surround the Women’s Crisis Shelter as it seeks to meet the demand of homeless women and children... Learn More >
A little over a year ago, Helen, 57, was living on the streets of Coeur d’Alene.
The nature of the rescue business is that not everyone who steps from dark into the light will stay, but you are giving them the opportunity to. READ MORE >
Last year, Autymn was a volunteer who did crafts with the children at the Crisis Shelter over the Christmas holidays. READ MORE >