Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission

Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission

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Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission is a nonprofit ministry helping individuals and families struggling with homelessness throughout greater Seattle. Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission works to address the root cause and break the cycle of homelessness and addiction by meeting urgent physical needs, building relationships, and offering long-term recovery programs. They also serve the incarcerated people in Regional Justice Center in Kent, Monroe Correctional Complex, King County Correctional Facility in Seattle and Community Center for Alternative Programs in Seattle through their Prison Ministry. They bring hope to incarcerated people by leading Bible studies, holding church services, teaching life-skills programs, providing one-on-one counseling, and helping incarcerated people reenter society after release. Additionally, they help men and women take the next step towards regaining work and daily responsibilities by providing resources, including transitional housing, job training, continuing education, community-building opportunities, and more. For more information on services offered by Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, please contact them directly.
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