We provide meals to anyone who is hungry. Whether someone is experiencing homelessness, food insecurity, or is on a fixed income and find themselves in need of supplemental meals – we are here. We have a chef who works with students on our programs and volunteers to provide nutritious meals three times a day, 7 days a week. Some meals are designated for those who are staying at the shelter or for those in our Restoration Programs, other meals are open to the public on the following days/times:
Sunday – Saturday
Breakfast 8:00 am
Lunch 12:00 pm
Dinner 6:00 pm
In December 2017, Turlock Gospel Mission moved from the Winter Relief rotating shelter it has operated for the last 5 years to its year-round permanent shelter location at 437 S. Broadway Ave in Turlock. This facility serves as both an emergency shelter and a Restorative Programming space.
Emergency Overnight Shelter
The Emergency Overnight Shelter is open 365 days per year and is open to women, men, and their children on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign-in begins at 4:15 pm daily. Guests join us for a dinner meal at the Restoration Shelter dining room and are assigned to a bed in our dorm, where they are able to stay until 7:00 am. Showers are available, and bins with personal belongings are secured.
Men and Women’s Restoration Program
The Restoration Program is a year-long, life-changing Bible-based program designed to help individuals with recovery, vocational training, and spiritual development. This includes recovery from addiction, domestic violence, childhood abuse, co-dependency, overeating, and more. Lives are transformed through housing, meals, case management, counseling, discipleship, education, job training, and support groups. To apply, please email our Shelter Director, Robert Smithcamp, at email@example.com.
Turlock Gospel Mission operates the only Day Center in Stanislaus County, this center provides a safe place for those in need to connect with critical services.
The Turlock Gospel Mission Day Center is open every day of the week, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Although the actual building for the Day Center is currently under construction, Turlock Gospel Mission is still offering these services at our Restoration Shelter.
For those in need of clothing, be it a pair of shoes, some jeans, or even a suit to wear for an interview, our clothing closet is available to meet that need.
We have staff and volunteers who will help you find the perfect items for you and/or your family.
By Appointment Only.
For many of the individuals seeking services at the Turlock Gospel Mission getting a great job that pays a living wage is challenging due to lack of training or experience or previous job history.
The Nourish Job Readiness training invites participants to a high impact year of concentrated culinary training that includes classroom and in kitchen skill development, kitchen management and leadership as well as soft skill training to help participants be more successful in any work environment.
Add in housing, paid internship and job placement assistance for an incredible community based educational life advancement opportunity. Cohort forming now – apply at 437 S. Broadway!