Mississippi County Union Rescue Mission

Transitional Housing
Blytheville, AR
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400 East Walnut Street
Blytheville, AR - 72316

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About Mississippi County Union Rescue Mission

Last-Modified: 2020-03-12 00:54:20

Mississippi County Union Resue Mission Services offered: Provide shelter for   men. Intake: Call for information. Walk in to apply. Fees: $56 per week. Eligibility: Men only. Hours: 24 Hours. 7 Days. (Shelter). Documents: Drivers license or photo ID. (Helpful, not required), Social Security card. Medical insurance: None required. Services: Transitional Housing/Shelter for Males Site description: Shelter for men and basic need assistance for community.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: It is our “Mission” to provide resources and opportunity for aide for any person that is currently unable to meet their own need that has a willingness to work in the Solution to their Problem. Extending the Arm of Christ to these people in need regardless of race, color, creed or national origin, sex, age. religion, handicap, or addiction.

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