Augusta Rescue Mission

Transitional Housing
Augusta, GA
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526 Walker St.
Augusta, GA - 30901

(706) 722-2058 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Go to Facebook

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About Augusta Rescue Mission

The Augusta Rescue Mission provides emergency shelter and transitional housing services for men only. In addition this agency provides counseling, job placement, clothing, and a food pantry. Service hours: 24 hours daily Eligibility: food/clothing:  needy families; all other services:  homeless men Intake procedure: walk-in Documents: Picture ID/driver license, must have referral from DFCS for food/clothing Referral required: food/clothing pantry: DFCS referral Fees: none A rea served: Richmond County Services: Community Shelters for Men Food Pantries General Clothing Provision Job Search/Placement Transitional Housing/Shelter for Men. Site service hours: 24 hours daily

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Mission Statement: "Rebuilding Lives in Christ"

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