When the street has become the only place to call home, men and women and women with children come to CRM’s emergency shelter on a nightly basis.


CRM_27CRM provides our guests with a safe environment. Guests have the opportunity to shower, enjoy a meal and leave with clean clothing in the morning. Men and women using overnight services are encouraged to attend nightly chapel service.

The New Life Inn on State Street serves as overnight shelter for men, while women and women with children are housed at the Henriksen Women’s Center at CRM’s McDuff Avenue location.

For many guests, Emergency Shelter Services become a gateway into the LifeBuilders Program.


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shleter-bedsDid you know …

  • Homelessness has increased 33% in Jacksonville over the past year.
  • City Rescue Mission served nearly 300,000 meals last year.
  • City Rescue Mission provided over 70,000 nights of safe shelter last year.
  • City Rescue Mission relies almost solely on donations.
  • On any given day, City Rescue Mission provides nearly 500 community members with food, clothing and shelter.
  • 35% of the homeless population are mentally ill.
  • There are over 400 homeless in the downtown Jacksonville area alone.
  • 1/3 of ALL homeless families and children in the U.S. are in Florida.
  • Florida is ranked 14th in the U.S. for Homeless population.


Emergency Services at City Rescue Mission


All Emergency Services check-in at the New Life Inn, 234 W. State Street.

  • Check-in for overnight services begins at 2:30 pm.
  • Dinner for all guests not using overnight services 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm.*
  • The Community Closet is open Thursday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

*Dinner for overnight guests is served at 3:30 pm for women and 4:30 pm for men. Breakfast is provided for guests in overnight services.