We are grateful for Mike’s remarkable reflection at our spring graduation ceremony and the power of all of our graduates’ testimonies.
Richard is experiencing tremendous freedom after spending most of his adulthood in prison.
Viola beat the odds and claims her victory as the spokeswoman for her graduating class of November 2018.
Trish Geyling gave the challenge to our graduates at the last graduation for 2018. Her words inspired all of us and we want to share them with you.
Another shining example of what a year in our residential recovery program can achieve for those who are willing to do the hard work of recovery.
Our 17th Annual Benefit, The BAYOU Open, a playful golf themed event, will be held on Saturday, October 6, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. A big thanks to Kathy Ireland for promoting this great event!
We are grateful to Kathy Ireland for promoting our upcoming annual Bayou fundraising event on Saturday, October 7, 2017. Make your reservations today by purchasing your tickets–click here!
Chris was the Men's Program speaker at our July 2016 graduation ceremony. He is an excellent example of what we envision for the men and women who graduate from our 12-month Residential Recovery Program.
Have you ever wondered what happens to our graduates? Watch this video and see our alumni hard at work in our community.
Jill Dixon, the Men’s Learning Center Supervisor, gives her challenge to the class of July 2016.
You can purchase a holiday meal for $1.51 and feed our neighbors in need at Christmastime.
Irene was the spokesperson for Bethel House at the July 2016 graduation ceremony. She has a tragic story, but she is triumphantly beginning a brand new chapter.
In this brief video, you will meet three of our former homeless guests, and see how we serve community members in need during the holidays.
Aaron spoke for the men in his graduating class and shared his life story of courage, hope and strength. In less than three minutes, you can hear it for yourself in this brief video.
The Santa Barbara Rescue Mission’s 8th annual 4th of July BBQ and Carnival is one of the summer’s highlights. Our Women’s Auxiliary hosted the event as more than 250 homeless guests gathered to take turns playing carnival games, enjoy good food, and celebrate the holiday. There were prizes to be won in the raffle–new friends to meet and old friends to visit.
This short video encapsulates the beauty of our graduation ceremony. Each individual who completes our 12-month Residential Recovery Program is honored in one of these exciting celebrations.