Gospel Rescue Mission - Men's Center

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312 W 28th Street
Tucson, AZ 85713
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Gospel Rescue Mission provides cost-free residential addiction recovery resources to chemically-dependent men and women struggling with homelessness, poverty, and unemployment. Through the teachings of Christ, residents receive life skills counseling on topics such as budgeting, parenting, relationships, conflict resolution, and more. Clients will also participate in individual and group counseling, accountability meetings, academic training, G.E.D. preparation, and community volunteer opportunities. Medical, dental, legal, and vocational assistance are available as well.

Gospel Rescue Mission - Men's Center Reviews and Ratings Details

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The name Gospel Rescue Mission is a misrepresentation of what this place has become. The Gospel says that you will go for the Lost and Broken, That you will help the least of them, and in every circum...


I had the opportunity to stay at THE CENTER of OPorTUNITY. TWICE.... I left with little dignity... I feared for my safety from staff and residents.... The staff closes their eyes to theft, bad behav...


There are better places in Tucson that have MUCH BETTER STAFF!!]


I was there off and on for 10 months I was on extention list for bed I had temporary job overnight so I asked for bed . This morning I was told they had helped me enough > This coming from a guy who w...


location was a strength of the facility but it was too laid back? lots of programs, beautiful scenery.


the showers are cold, leaking toilets and bedbugs

Areas of Focus
Holistic Therapy

Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.

Residential Treatment

Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Key Staff Members
  • Photo of Irene Gonzales
    Irene Gonzales - Board President

    “My heart has always been to help the hungry, the needy, and the homeless. I’ve volunteered with the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen; on the Board of the Brewster Center; assembled furniture for GAP Ministries; Gospel Rescue Mission’s Adopt-A-Room and currently serve as President of their Board of Directors.” Irene added, “It is such a privilege to serve with Godly servants and constantly witness His work at the Mission. Over and over again we have witnessed God’s faithfulness and reassurances that He is always in control and continues to sit on the throne”.

  • Photo of Rev. Dr. Andrew G. Ross
    Rev. Dr. Andrew G. Ross - Secretary

    Andy stated, “The work of the Gospel Rescue Mission provides the transformation and healing that we most need. As a pastor I believe it is critical that the Christian churches of Tucson support and work in partnership with Christ-centered missions of healing and hope — we are one in Christ — and Christ commissions us to bring cold water to the thirsty, shelter and clothing to the naked and poor, and the gospel of salvation to all! As I serve and work at the mission and on the Board — I get to see the smiling face of Jesus.”