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Long Beach Rescue Mission

Ministry Description
Long Beach Rescue Mission is a place of healing and hope serving the greater Long Beach community by improving the quality of life of the hurting and homeless through loving and equipping them to be reconcilded: to God, self, family, and society. LBRM provides emergency and long-term shelter, meals, counseling, and rehabilitation to homeless men, women, and children. Samaritan House men's facility has 120 beds. The Lydia House for women and their children has 45 beds. Annually, we serve over 140,000 meals almost 43,000 bed/nights. LBRM is also the contract manager for the County Winter Shelter.
Ministry Details
Location: Long Beach, CA
Founded: 1971
Tel: (562) 591-1292
Top Leader: Chaplain Jeff Levine
Donor Contact: Chaplain Jeff Levine
Member Since: September 1, 1984
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Since 1972, the Long Beach Rescue Mission has opened its doors to thousands of men, women and children. The mission provides food, clothing, shelter and spiritual guidance to the homeless and less fortunate people of the community. The Long Beach Rescue Mission stands dedicated to helping individuals overcome the homeless cycle. We achieve long term goals and make a world of difference in today's society.
Ministry Sectors & Types
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  • Rescue Missions and Homeless (primary)
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