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Overnight shelter for homeless men:

Spiritual Transformation Program:

Ministry Resource Center (formerly Food PLUS Center):

Community Services Offered to the Public


Emergency shelter services for homeless men every night of the year. More information, click here


The Spiritual Transformation Program is about changed lives - not just on the outside, but deep lasting change. The program gives dedicated students the tools they need to overcome addictions and other life-controlling issues. The residential program for men offers counseling, educational opportunities, job and skills training, cultural exposure and work therapy projects. The focus is on renewing hope, restoring family relationships, and returning once-broken men to productive lives. The program can accommodate 50 men at any given time. More information, click here; Contact: Reverend Rutherford Cooke

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MOVE UPDATE 2/3/17 –

The Ministry Resource Center, formally the Food Plus Center, is still under construction, but progress is being made! Permits are being processed, but still no official reopen date. Hopefully construction will resume in March. Please pray!

The address for the new location has not been released. Once permitted to open our doors, information will be given at that time.

If you are in need of food, please contact the Hunger Lifeline at 202-644-9807 (Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm) or enter your zip code in the field at to search for any of the services in food, healthcare, housing, job training and more. If you are in need of furniture, contact A Wider Circle, or phone: 301-608-3504.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.
– Tracy Duncan, Director of Family Ministry

All the above services are provided by Central Union Mission FREE of charge!

Please direct any questions about these services to Tracy Duncan, 202-745-7118, x260.

The Mission at Teens World

The men of Central Union Mission share their awesome testimonies with Teens World in their efforts to warn youth and young adults about the dangers of addiction.

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