Many factors can cause men, women, and families to become homeless.

Some are going through a crisis, job loss, cars break down, or family problems. For others, their life is a crisis: substance abuse, mental illness, or addictions that have caused them to lose their way.


Great Falls Rescue Mission partners with the community to help our residents in various areas: finding a job, housing, spiritual counsel, accountability, and friendship.


Between each shelter, Great Falls Rescue Mission strives to make transformational programs accessible to all residents and families in the Great Falls Community. We believe that through education, sharing Christ, and working to develop interpersonal communication skills, Great Falls Rescue Mission can ultimately help men, women, and children avoid states of crisis in the future.

Our Men’s Shelter provides 86 beds for residents as well as holding a Chapel Service each night.

family in home

Great Falls Rescue Mission Cameron Family Center is one of the few shelters in the Northwest United States that will accept family units together. At the heart of Great Falls Rescue Mission Cameron Family Center are 26 private rooms and 2 dormitories with private baths for families with children.

woman sitting on bed

Great Falls Rescue Mission Women’s Shelter recently underwent renovations and provides 84 beds.

We also offer classes to our residents that include life skills, parenting, finance and more.

Great Falls Rescue Mission is a clean and sober facility. Residents must comply with all drug and alcohol testing upon intake as well as at random.

 Stay Connected

Get updates on how your support changes lives, upcoming events, and how you can get involved.