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September 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Samaritan Inn To Move To Old Umpqua Medical Center   Homeless women and children have been turned away from Samaritan Inn for a lack of room to accommodate them. Some have slept on our couches or mats on the floor. Others have […]

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August 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. A Veteran Rescued There are no jobs for gunners on tanks in civilian life. After nine years in the Army and a tour of duty in Iraq, this sergeant became a private citizen again. David was not physically injured, but there are […]

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July 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Triumph Over Trauma Kristie chose the title to her story, “Triumph Over Trauma”, to describe her present condition as superior to her past. At 24-years-old, she has been through a long, tragic ordeal, going back to her childhood. Home life was mundane, […]

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June 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Gateway To A New Life David could not afford to drive to work. He lost his last job for a lack of gas money. Like so many others in Douglas County, just getting that job was hard to do. Then it was […]

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May 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Gateway To A New Life Michelle’s childhood was one of being spoiled and lacking discipline. Her father died when she was six-yearsold. Her mother sank into a deep depression because of it and never recovered. Michelle was too young and immature to […]

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April 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Not A Matter Of Choice We do not choose our historical setting, culture, genetic features, talents or deficiencies. Stephanie did not choose to have bipolar disorder, a condition characterized by alternating periods of mania (highs) and mental depression (lows). It usually starts […]

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March 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. A Stepping Stone Byron referred to the Mission as “a stepping stone”, that is a solid footing to cross over a turbulent time in life. The storm began to brew much earlier than his present 39 years of age. His mother died […]

March 11, 2014 in Newsletter by

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February 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Veteran Finds Housing Jim utilized the Roseburg Rescue Mission while waiting for the new construction to be completed of a Veterans Administration housing project. He was on the waiting list for the new Eagle’s Landing on the VA Roseburg grounds. Other homeless, […]

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January 2014 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Mission History The Roseburg Rescue Mission began in 1964 by Norman Williams. He was a combat veteran of WWII. He served in the Pacific islands. Norman returned from the war hardened and drank heavily. He has been described as “the black sheep […]

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December 2013 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Out Of Darkness, Into Light “The darkest darkness was not dark enough for me,” Jennifer said. She was intrigued, captivated, charmed by darkness. She had a very difficult time in this interview remembering or even wanting to admit to the bondage. Its […]

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