A.C.T.S. Adopted Schools
A.C.T.S. Adopted Schools partners with the Rochester Public School system to provide for basic needs in our community. The program supports students and families from Bamber Valley, Harriet Bishop, John Marshall High School, Mayo High School, Riverside Elementary, and Willow Creek Middle School. Resources provided include food, clothing, and household goods. Giving initiatives and resourcing are determined by social workers within the school system.
MN Adult & Teen Challenge
Our mission is to assist men, women and teens in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other life-controlling problems by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. We have a broad spectrum of treatment and recovery programs: Outpatient (Telehealth and In-person), Licensed Residential (7-90 days), Long Term Recovery Program (12 months), Teen Residential (6-12 months) and Ongoing Recovery and Alumni Services, allowing us to effectively serve individuals with a broad spectrum of addiction issues… from those seeking treatment for the first time to those who have been struggling with addiction for many years.
Network For Life
Our mission is to transform the lives of people currently incarcerated or reintroduced into the community, with the good news of Jesus, long-term discipleship, and lasting relationships. We provide in-jail Bible studies and other in-jail support, weekly community Bible studies, mentoring, and job skills.
New Life Family Services
At New Life Family Services, we believe each person should have the ability to receive physical, emotional, and spiritual support as they face pregnancy-related situations and circumstances. We walk beside each client offering them love and support to make informed and educated decisions in their time of crisis and need. It is through this care that we are seeing God change hearts, save lives, build families, and restore hope.
Next Chapter Ministries
Next Chapter's mission is to build lasting relationships with people impacted by the cycle of incarceration, restoring them to God, family, and community, through holistic Gospel transformation. We have four residential houses for men, a non-residential house for women, and a house for families all impacted by the cycle of incarceration. Each home is designed to address the trauma that our participants have sustained.
Serenity House Network
Serenity House Network believes that families need to be together when a loved one is facing a serious health challenge. Our mission is to provide affordable, high-quality, family-style, fully-furnished lodging, and to offer Christian support services exclusively to Mayo Clinic patients and their families in Rochester, MN.
The Landing works to bridge the gap between those in need and available services within the community, including housing assistance, medical care, and other programs. Additionally, the organization provides necessities such as food, clothing, and laundry to individuals facing homelessness.
Together For Good
Our Mission is to bring hope and healing to one child, one family at a time by doing good, seeking justice, and correcting oppression.
Together for Good’s network of trained volunteers provides safe places for children to stay while their parents receive the support and encouragement they need to make it through a tough time.
We inspire hope in young families facing the loss of a parent. About 1 in 20 children lose a parent before the age of 16. Our local, face-to-face gatherings include resources, opportunities, and connection to help you and your children through grief before or after your loss. Hope Hub also emphasizes fun activities for the whole family. Hope Hub is part of Inheritance of Hope.