Friendship Mission, serving homeless men, women, and children in West Montgomery, Alabama, seeks to address the needs of all groups, emergency and long-term. The goal at Friendship Mission is to provide residents with the tools they need to facilitate independent living. The residents at Friendship Mission are involved in a variety of activities including independent living skills classes, Bible studies, substance abuse counseling, GED classes, employment, and college courses. Friendship Mission partners with multiple agencies in the River Region to make this program a success. These programs are designed to assist residents in transitioning to independent living in our community. Friendship Mission Montgomery assists hundreds of residents in its two locations. Friendship Mission has also partnered with the Department of Veterans Affairs to assist homeless veterans and feels strongly that no man or woman, having served our nation, should find themselves living on the streets. Friendship Mission Montgomery serves approximately 8,000 meals each month between its two shelters. Ongoing needs include canned goods, diapers & toiletries, paper products (such as paper towels, toilet paper), undergarments and socks, laundry detergent, and cleaning products. For more information or to direct prayers specifically, please visit their website listed above.