Auburn Services

Auburn Rescue Mission Services

Helping Families Thrive

The Auburn Rescue Mission provides supportive housing for families who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. We offer support for basic needs such as food and clothing, and our case managers work with families to achieve their highest level of stability and independence.  Our case managers also assist homeless families temporarily housed by the Cayuga County Department of Health and Human Services to find permanent housing and connect with other key services.

The Auburn Rescue Mission offers year-round youth and family activities and events, including summer Music and Ministry cookouts, overnight summer camp, a fall harvest party,  Christmas party, and outings to amusement parks, bowling and ice skating.

As many families have experienced trauma in their lives, our case managers are trained in trauma-informed care. They connect parents to services ranging from parenting classes and employment resources, to transportation and healthcare.