To provide shelter to the homeless, to assist them in obtaining and keeping a job, to provide classes on budgeting, self-sufficiency, nutrition, parenting, and self-esteem to enable clients to become fully functioning members of the community.
Mission 25 provides the following programs and services to meet their mission of providing a pathway for recovery, prevention and transition, as well as meeting their vision to foster long-term success for those served:
- Shelter Services – A Transitional Shelter certified as a Level III Recovery Residence being a 32-bed facility serving single men, women and single moms and their children. Within shelter services, Mission 25 provides case management, financial case management, child case management, employment case management, and therapeutic services through individual counseling and groups. Everything within shelter services is developed per the individual, allowing Mission 25 to develop individualized pathway goals which are evaluated weekly and new pathway goals are developed every 3 months. Priority Areas Are: Recovery, Prevention and Transition
- Outreach Case Management – Mission 25 provides outreach case management with those who complete Mission 25 shelter services. Case managers work with the individual on pathway goals, their budgeting, recovery, financial stability and their continued self-sufficiency. Priority Areas Are: Recovery and Prevention
- Miami Village Community Center (MVCC) – Mission 25’s outreach location within the Miami Village Mobile Home Park – feet on the ground in one of the communities within the county with the highest rate of criminal activity, drug and alcohol abuse, child abuse and neglect and domestic violence. Currently, MVCC provides out-of-school programming for school age children who live within the mobile home park. The Mission 25 team works to develop trusting and impactful relationships with those who live in the mobile home park. Priority Areas Are: Recovery and Prevention
- Supportive Housing – Mission 25 owns 3 properties within Whitley County to allow for supportive housing when completing Mission 25 programming (a sixplex, triplex and a quad – 13 individual units total). This is a new program for Mission 25. Having supportive housing will allow for Mission 25 to journey with individuals in their pathway of stability and economic self-sufficiency with staff providing ongoing case management to ensure employment and financial stability remains a priority, along with their mental wellness and recovery journey. Priority Areas Are: Recovery, Prevention and Transition.
Arthur Dean Family Foundation Funding
- 2021: Support for a second year of youth development and out-of-school time educational services and two-generation programming at Miami Village Community Center
- 2020: Support for the launch of the Miami Village Community Center