The Mission at Kern County’s purpose is to offer an environment conducive to the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of the people we serve by providing hope and a future through Jesus Christ.
Restrooms, hot showers, and personal hygiene supplies are all available to our guests.
The Mission at Kern County has partnered with local organizations who graciously donate their time and expertise to provide our guests with primary medical health care services, essential dental care, professional mental health services, and full-time legal aid counseling.
Counselors assess each individual guest to determine their unique circumstances and needs. We then offer them individualized assistance and referrals for employment, housing, government aid, substance abuse, recovery, and other services.
Trained staff and community volunteers address a variety of issues and critical needs. Classes include recovery from substance abuse, vocational guidance, parenting skills, nutrition education, and financial management.
Daily chapel services, Bible studies, and discipleship programs offer the spiritual hope and healing that is essential to building new lives.
Food - We serve an average of 500 warm, nutritious meals each day, three times a day, every day of the year.