Recovery & Support
Coachella Valley Rescue Mission, Indio
In 1971, a group of concerned businessmen and churches came together to form the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission. The Coachella Valley Rescue Mission has been and continues to be a place where people can recover the life God intended for them to have. At CVRM, the homeless, abused, addicted, and needy have a place where physical, spiritual, and developmental needs are met.
Literally thousands of men, women, and children have been helped through the Mission’s programs. Today, the Mission feeds and shares the Gospel with over 225 clients per day. Over 190,000 meals are served in their kitchen each year and over 70,000 nights of safe shelter will be provided. The Coachella Valley Rescue Mission could not do this without the kindness and generosity (both financial & hands-on commitment) of churches like us.
The mission of Mama’s House Ministries is to provide a safe home for women facing unplanned pregnancies or are otherwise at risk – women with children and/or victims of abuse - who are vulnerable with no place to go or means of support. At Mama’s House their physical, emotional, spiritual, educational, and vocational needs are addressed. With nurturing support, these mothers are being equipped with necessary life skills for stability, recovery and self-sufficiency. Upon completing the unique, faith-based program at Mama’s House, these mothers are prepared for brighter futures with opportunities to reach their full potential as productive members of their communities.
To stay up to date about the exciting things happening at Mama’s House, Hope Center and the expansion project each month: View our Newsletter Here
Kairos Prison Ministry
The mission of Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women, and youth, as well as their families, to become loving and productive citizens of their communities.
PDCPC is actively involved in the Kairos Prison Ministry at Ironwood State Prison. For information about how you can get involved, please contact Don Hobley at , (760) 574-8279.