Mission at Kern County

Homeless Services

Providing basic living requirements for the homeless. The Mission at Kern County prides itself on taking care of those who need it most. From fresh meals to warm clothing, we do our best to take care of our homeless community and prepare them for the world ahead.

Anyone in our community can receive a hot meal. Check in at our Information Booth  At 816. E. 21st Street. 93305
Kitchen Meal Times Monday – Sunday: Breakfast 6-7am, Lunch 11am-12pm, Dinner 4:30-am – 5:30pm.


The Mission serves an average of 500 warm, nutritious meals each day, three times a day, every day of the year.


Hundreds of men find a warm bed and safety from the streets. We house an average of 180-200 men each night.


The Learning Center is a comprehensive multimedia facility with 15 computers staffed by a fully credentialed instructor.



We distribute clothing to men and women who may have little more than the clothes on their back.



The Mission provides clean restrooms, hot showers, and personal hygiene supplies to our residents all year long.



Providing assistance and referrals for employment, housing, government aid, substance abuse, and recovery aid.



Providing medical health care services, dental care, mental health services, and full-time legal aid counseling.


Life Management

Addressing a variety of problems such as substance abuse, parenting skills, nutrition education, and financial management.


Spiritual Encouragement

Offering spiritual hope that is essential to building a new life through chapel services, bible studies and discipleship programs.

Make A Difference!

Tonight in Bakersfield, many of our neighbors will go to bed hungry, homeless and hopeless.

Help make a difference!