Binghamton Services

Binghamton Rescue Mission Services

A Place for New Beginnings

The Binghamton Rescue Mission provides a residence for men who have experienced homelessness or are referred by local agencies. Our 21-bed dormitory includes three meals a day, and there are 11 single-occupancy rooms with a shared kitchen on the upper level.

A case manager works with every resident to develop an individualized plan to set and achieve goals and lead a more stable, independent life.  We offer employment resources, spiritual care, transportation to employment and important appointments, and connection to other support services.

As one resident recently said, the Binghamton Rescue Mission has “given me the space and the time and the opportunity to focus on me and to begin to change my life.”

Serving Community

The Binghamton Rescue Mission and its volunteers cook and serve a monthly community meal at the United Presbyterian Church, 42 Chenango Street, Binghamton. For dates and times, please see our events page.