The Sober Mission exists to end addiction and homelessness.
A home that serves as a safe place for anyone who needs it. This home will be open 24/7 for recovery meetings, free meals, showers, laundry, and beds/couches for the homeless. The vision is to launch multiple homes in key cities and provide shelter to at least 1,000 people by 2020.
The first home is being planted in Encinitas, California. An area in Southern California where over 55,000 people are homeless, and over 60,000 were admitted to drug abuse treatment programs in 2016.
We're called to do more than pray for people. If we're not literally giving to the poor and needy, we're missing the mark. It's a shame that many of our churches are open on Sundays to preach about love, but their doors are closed during the week while people are hurting and living on the streets with no place to go.
I know what it's like to be an addict, and I know what it's like to be homeless. It's time to bring an end to both. -Zack Gudzan, Founder
Please click here to make a donation. The goal is to raise $150,000 by December 31st, 2018. This will cover an entire year of rent and operating expenses, so we can provide a safe place for all.