Village of Hope

Village of Hope

Merced County Rescue Mission

Merced, CA
A two-phase project to transform the lives of homeless individuals in Merced County

Merced County Rescue Mission (MCRM) serves homeless individuals and people in need with the vision of feeding, housing, and transforming them through the power of Jesus Christ.

MCRM has embarked on developing a new respite care campus, Village of Hope. It is part of a coordinated multi-phase effort among the City of Merced, the County of Merced, and the State of California to address homelessness issues. The Village of Hope campus is being constructed in two phases. NMTC financing is supporting the construction of phase I, which includes three buildings.

Building 1

10,000 square foot Respite Care facility

Housing for 32 homeless residents

Medical exam room

Office space

Conference room

Semi-private rooms with shared bathrooms

Commercial kitchen

Dining room to accommodate up to 100 people

Client lounge area

Two sobering rooms with a total of eight beds

Building 2


7,121 square-foot apartment building

Housing homeless veterans

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