Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities prepares children and youth to succeed in life through Christ-centered programming

Helping kids succeed through Christ

Since its beginning in 1902, Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities has reached out to children and youth, showing them the love of Jesus and providing spiritual, educational, and emotional support that helps them to succeed.

We stay committed to the goal of creating disciples of Christ who value themselves and others and have the tools to succeed in school and life. From babies to young children, the Mission loves to bless the youngest members of our Mission community and their families.


Children attended our Child Development Center last year


Students participated in individual and group therapy last year

Child Development Center

Transforming kids at risk into kids with hope

109 9th Street East, St. Paul, MN 55101  | (651) 224-9970

Our Child Development Center is a safe place for young children to grow holistically through active learning centers and group activities.

Children learn to respect themselves and others and prepare to succeed in school. The program also supports parents by providing relevant resources to assist them in parenting and engaging them with “grandparent” volunteers who give them love and attention.

The program is offered to children who live at the Mission’s Naomi Family Program or the community and is open to children ages 6 weeks to kindergarten.

See the CDC-Brochure (pdf) for hours, rates and additional information.

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Mentoring and counseling for kids

Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities provides personalized care so that kids facing trauma can receive the therapeutic, educational, and spiritual care they need to succeed.

Children’s Case Management Services

Naomi Family Program |  651.228.1800

Many of the children who come to Naomi Family Program have experienced trauma. We provide for the needs of the whole child through a variety of group activities and individual sessions.

  • "The teachers at the CDC care about my children as individuals. They support them in ways I am unable to. CDC is a blessing!"

    — Alicia
  • "My kids have benefited a lot from the CDC."

    — Sherri