Rebuilding the lives of individuals from the inside out
Rebuilding the City was created in 2013 to serve as an umbrella to a growing number of outreach programs. Our mission is to assist any individual in need by providing meals, residential program housing, trades skills and basic life skills to achieve personal independence and stability.
Our programs have expanded over several years to meet the growing number of needs within the community and beyond.
The very first program to be established was Hope for Women.The home opened in 2006 and has helped over
women transition to a life of stability.
In 2007, Meals for Kids started serving meals to children ages 4-19 and we continue to serve over 1,400 meals every year.
Gateway, a residential program for men, opened in 2013 as a residential home. Additionally a trade school was established to address the need for education and skills training. We currently run three sessions a year and receive students from ACAP and Workforce. Students who complete all three phases can often be place in full time employment upon completion.
In 2015, IMPACT was created to help middles school students with homework and grew to include STEM projects and community service.