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Naomi Family Residence

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77 E 9th Street
St. Paul, MN 55101
email: nfr@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 228-1800
fax: (651) 209-1693
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Our Naomi Family Residence is a transitional housing facility for women and children who are either homeless or displaced, so they can start rebuilding a new life for themselves. We take a holistic approach to care by providing secure shelter; hot, nutritious meals; and courses and support services that assist women in becoming whole again in mind and spirit.

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Bethel Hotel

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: bethelhotel@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 789-7599
fax: (651) 292-9207
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The Bethel Hotel is a shelter for homeless men, providing a safe place to sleep, get a nutritious meal, a hot shower, and a change of clothing. Longer term accommodations are available for men who are working or are in transition, and can afford a room on a limited basis.

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Christ Recovery Center

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: crc@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 292-1721
fax: (651) 789-3087
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The Mission’s Christ Recovery Center provides Christian centered 12-step programming to those facing late-stage alcoholism or drug addiction. Our students take Bible and recovery classes, attend local recovery meetings, and connect with local churches to establish new support systems and enhance their spiritual growth. These students also participate in the Mission’s education and training programs. The Recovery Program at Union Gospel Mission allows its students to go deeper into recovery, and establish stronger sober networks than similar programs offered elsewhere. The men form a friendship and brotherhood that lasts. 85% of our CRC students remain connected to the program and recovery whether they graduate or not.

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Discipleship

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: discipleship@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 789-7642
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The Discipleship program teaches men how to rebuild their lives on biblical principles. Our students attend classes to grow in their Christian faith and improve their academic skills – also they develop good habits in communication, conflict resolution, and problem solving. All students live and work at the Mission, so they gain experience for re-entering the workforce.

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Transitional Housing

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: menshousing@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 789-7599
fax: (651) 292-9207
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Transitional Housing provides programming to assist students in finding more permanent housing within up to 24 months of arrival. Students live on site, and participate in Bible studies, go on retreats away from the cities, and take part in classes to help them maneuver daily responsibilities and overcome barriers to help build self-sufficiency.

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Child Development Center

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109 9th Street E
St. Paul, MN 55101
email: cdc@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 224-9970
fax: (651) 602-0705
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The Mission’s Child Development Center primarily serves children ages six weeks to five years who live at Naomi Family Residence. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), our center provides a quality preschool curriculum.

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LifeNet

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109 9th Street E
St. Paul, MN 55101
email: lifenet@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 225-8019
fax: (651) 225-0882
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LifeNet provides a personalized approach to education and job training. Our students come from every background, from people in their later years who have never worked a job to professionals who fell into an unproductive lifestyle.

The program takes students from where they are to where they want to go, building on their education and life experience so they are fully prepared to move back into society.

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Vocational Training

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: training@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 225-8019
fax: (651) 225-0882
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Vocational Training provides supervised practical training in a workplace environment. Students can try out a field and obtain the skills for entry-level work in that field. Options include the Mission’s six-month Chemical Dependency Technician program as well as 34 external vocational training opportunities at 10 nonprofits with whom we partner.

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Ober Community Center

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376 Western Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55101
email: ober@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 209-6512
fax: (651) 224-0933
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The Ober Community Center serves the St. Anthony, Rondo, and Frogtown neighborhoods of St. Paul. Programming centers around Christian discipleship embedded in top-notch sports programs—but it’s so much more. The Ober Community Center provides a safe haven after school for kids to get homework help, use the computer lab, and even learn to dance. Most important, it’s a place for kids to obtain strong Christian role models in their coaches, volunteers, and program staff.

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Health and Wellness Center

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: mjohansen@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-444-5840
fax: (651) 225-0882
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To meet the growing mental health care needs among people experiencing homelessness in the Mission community, we have expanded our mental health services by opening a new clinic. By providing services onsite, we can provide easy accessibility and the opportunity to integrate the clinic’s services with our other programs and offerings.

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