Meet IFRM

Our Ministry exists to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the hungry, homeless, and hopeless in our community. In Jesus, people are being transformed and are filled with hope, help, and future.

Rescuing Individuals

Our Rescue guests are welcome to stay with us as they get back on their feet. During their time with us, they will receive customized case management to help them with their unique situations.  We also provide daily Bible studies open for anyone to join, daily meals provided through our Serving Hope Meal Program, and job training opportunities to name just a few.

Recovering INdividuals

Our Recovery guests go through a process that move them away from a wide variety of addictions, extreme poverty or homelessness that led them to the rescue process. It is seven months long, including a one-month candidacy followed by a six-month participant phase. For more details, see What We Do.

Restoring Individuals

Restoration includes healing relationships, becoming connected to a local church and finding a mentor who can continue to disciple that person within the community.  It includes finding work that is sustaining and a good fit for the person’s talents, and personality.  Homelessness and addiction often result in a loss of family, work, church, and societal connections. It is important to restore relationships where possible and build new ones to sustain the new life that is found in Christ.

Our History

Coming Soon.

Our Staff

Tyler Perkins

Executive Director

Mike Abriam

Human Resources/Operations

Trish Glover

Accountant/Treasurer

Erin Rojas

Volunteer Coordinator

Kelly Golden

Executive Assistant

Amanda Chaplin

Donor Coordinator

Sandy Ellis

Funding Coordinator

Partner with US

Being Jesus’s hands and feet starts with you stepping up and getting involved. There is plenty to do, so what are you waiting for?