The Las Vegas Rescue Mission strives to be a model in providing hope and change for the homeless. Since 1970, the Mission has been providing hope and change to the homeless, addicted, mentally ill, and others in need. As the only agency left in town that can treat absolutely everyone, no matter their means, we make sure that no individual or family who is in legitimate need has to go without. In 2022, the Las Vegas Rescue Mission provided assistance to thousands of people who were homeless. We served 221,695 meals, provided 36,872 nights of shelter, gave 2,119 people clothing and basic necessities, and placed 85 women, 60 men, and 46 families into permanent housing. Beyond food, clothing, and shelter, the Mission operates a 6-month residential addiction and recovery program where men and women learn skills to empower them to become sober.