Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission MottoThe Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission exists to pursue the passion of Jesus Christ to lift up the hungry, homeless, abused, and addicted.

Did You Know…

Over 4,500 are homeless each year throughout the state of Louisiana. The Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission provides 154 emergency shelter beds for homeless men, women, and children. The Mission provided services over 1,000 men, women and children this past year including over 120,000 meals, 67,000 nights of lodging, and 2,100 medical and dental services.

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How was this possible? It is only possible because YOU volunteer, minister, serve, pray and donate. The Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission and the people we serve greatly thank you!

Emergency Shelter                                  Domestic Violence Support
Food and Clothing                                   Anger Management Classes
Addiction Recovery Training                  Evening Worship Services
Social Services                                          Free Medical/Dental Care
Counseling & Christian guidance

Winter is Here and They need Your help!

DSC03014Winter has come and our shelter is getting full! We need your help to help meet the needs of the influx of homeless men, women, and children. Financial gifts to cover winter expenses can be given by clicking the Donate button at the top of the webpage page. You can also help us stock the supply closet so we can meet the needs of all homeless guests that come into our shelter this Winter. Immediate Needs Lists can be found by clicking SBRM Immediate Needs – Winter 2016. Donations can be dropped off at 901 McNeil Street and tax receipts are available upon request.


Looking to volunteer more this New Year? We Want You!

Are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer more this year? Do you have a passion for helping the15-51SBRM hurting and homeless in our community? If so, we want you! Our ministry is always in need of new, passionate volunteers. All new volunteers must attend our volunteer orientation. Orientation is hosted at 901 McNeil Street from 10:30-11:30 a.m. The next orientation dates are:

  • Saturday, January 9th
  • Saturday, February 6th
  • Saturday, March 5th
  • Saturday, April 2nd
  • Saturday, May 7th

For questions or more information, please contact our Donor and Volunteer Relations Manager Sonnie Nash at 227-2868 ext. 104 or

If you are looking for volunteer hours to fulfill any state/federal government requirement, please be aware that the Mission is unable to fulfill these requests.


Join us for the Annual Red River Street Rod Association’s Reunion benefiting SBRM

RRSRA Car Show Logo 2016Calling all car enthusiasts! Want to see the best street rods in town and fight homelessness? Join us April 8-9 for the annual Red River Street Rod Association Reunion, our regions largest car show. Each year, this group comes together to do a car show with a purpose. Over the last three years, they have raised over $30,000 for homeless men, women and children at the Mission. Register today at