Faith Mission at 1300 Travis Street, Wichita Falls, TX, provides meals and clothing for the public as well as shelter and programs for men and families. New Beginnings is an addiction recovery program for adults that is offered at both Faith Refuge and Faith Mission. Faith Enterprises, a social enterprise, is an optional residential work-readiness program for men who complete the New Beginnings Program.
Faith Refuge at 710 E. Hatton Road, Wichita Falls, TX provides meals, shelter, programs and services for women and children. The Faith Refuge Career Academy is a job-readiness program for women to prepare them for the workforce or to further their education. The Academy is open to women in the shelter and women in the community.
All listed services provided through Wichita Falls Faith Mission are free to the public. This is done with the generosity of individuals, groups, foundations, businesses, and other organizations. We accept no government funding.
Shelter for those in need
Both shelters offer beds dormitory style. Semi-private rooms available for adults in the New Beginnings Recovery Program at both shelters. Faith Refuge provides the Mary Jean McMahon Family Dorm for mothers with children, the New Beginnings Dorm for women in the recovery program, the Faith Dorm for individual women, and the Hope Dorm for Academy students. Both shelters have a central dining room where three meals are served daily.
Daily Meal Serving Times
Meals are open to the public
Breakfast 6:00 a.m.
Lunch 12:30 p.m.
Dinner 8:00 p.m.
Breakfast 6:00 a.m.
Lunch 12:00 p.m.
Dinner 6:30 p.m.
Please sign your name on the meal sheet by the Dining Room prior to each meal. An accurate count is important for preparing meals and reporting the number of meals served.
Daily Chapel Services
Chapel services at Faith Mission are open to the public and conducted by individuals from various churches. Together we praise the Lord and seek to get to know Him better, for His words are sweeter than honey and help us to gain understanding from His precepts. (Ps. 119:103-104).
Faith Mission Chapel Services
Faith Refuge Chapel Services
Clothing, shoes, and bedding, as available, are distributed at Faith Mission or Faith Resale and Donation Center. For women and families, vouchers are available on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 10:00 am – 11:00 am or 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm. Vouchers for clothing and shoes for women and families are to be redeemed at Faith Resale and Donation Center located on 4502 Old Jacksboro Hwy. in Wichita Falls, TX.
For men, vouchers are available Wednesdays and Fridays, from 10:00 am – 11:00 am or 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm. Vouchers for clothing and shoes for men are redeemed at the Faith Mission clothing room only.
You must have a form of ID for yourself and each child that will receive items listed on the voucher. Acceptable forms of ID for adults include driver’s license, state ID card, Mission ID, inmate card, military ID, probation/parole certificate, passport, or college ID. Acceptable forms of ID for children are social security cards, birth certificates, or food stamp benefit papers.
Day Labor Service
Many men have job skills and are capable of performing a variety of jobs. The opportunity to work builds self-esteem in the worker, provides a temporary solution for the employer, and can lead to permanent employment for the Faith Mission client. A Day Labor area is located outside the mission at the intersection of 13th and Travis Streets. Employers can drive by Faith Mission to hire a worker. The employer often needs to furnish transportation. Working together with the community, we can rescue, rehabilitate, and reintegrate homeless persons!
New Beginnings Addiction Recovery Program for men and women
Addictions kill and destroy the body, mind, and soul, and disrupt families. Faith Mission and Faith Refuge offer a faith-based Christ-centered residential recovery program entitled “New Beginnings”. The course is designed for persons struggling with addiction who desire to overcome destructive behaviors in a faith-based atmosphere. The first 30 days of the program restrict the student to campus. The following seven months are filled with work therapy, ministering to the homeless at the shelter, daily Bible study and a 12-step recovery program. During the final two months, students are encouraged to re-enter the workforce while remaining in the program to continue their studies. To enter the New Beginnings Program, please contact the Program Director.