Compassionate Care, taking care of basic needs, is often the first step to renewal. This branch of City Mission's 3 pronged Program approach includes meals, shelter, and medical care. Many of the individuals that come into our program learn about the City Mission through a visit to the kitchen for a meal or another community outreach programs like our Samaritan Care Program.
Our Meal Service
Our Kitchen Never Closes
We serve nutritious meals 7 days week/ 365 days a year. In addition to serving our residents, anyone in the region may come and eat in our dining room. Last year our kitchen served 113,000 meals!
Meals are served daily out of our Dining Hall, located at:
56 West Strawberry Avenue Washington, PA 15301 (enter through Mission’s rear doors on Strawberry Avenue across from the Washington Police Department). Meal times can vary, so please call (724) 222-8530 for an updated meal schedule.
City Mission has four main shelters for longer term recovery: Men’s, Women’s, Women with Children, and the Crabtree-Kovacicek Veteran’s House - providing a combined shelter for 160 individuals at any given time. People interested in long-term shelter go through our gateway dorm, complete an assessment and if eligible are placed in the program. During cold weather special accommodations are made in our Emergency Shelter, so that every individual has a warm bed and a hot meal.
New Medical Facilities
Opening the new Medical Facility in 2018, City Mission’s clinic provides free preventive, primary, and urgent healthcare. Our staff nurse works alongside local volunteer physicians to provide this care. The clinic works cooperatively with other community agencies, including assisted-care homes, addiction treatment centers, the Veterans Administration,and the Washington Hospital. We continue to partner with the healthcare community to bring the latest technologies to our residents.
Drug-Free pain management clinic provide pain relief alternatives, such as Alpha Stim treatment, physical therapy, and positional release therapy to address chronic pain without the use of opiates.
Chiropractic services as another pain management alternative to improve health Collaboration with the Centerville Clinics providing on site primary care services
Dr. Daniel Lattanzi provides oversight to the clinic as medical director.
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me…— Matthew 25:35-36