The Business Office
1804 Sixth Avenue North
Bessemer, Al 35020
Fax (205) 428-6999
The pressing needs of struggling individuals and families are addressed through food, clothing and other vital resources, along with activities that foster friendship and fellowship.
Thursday evening and Sunday morning services reinforce the message of God’s love through spirit-filled music and worship to our residents, their families and the community.
Our long-term residential Recovery Program offers a Christian environment that offers education, spiritual transformation and employment readiness for men working to overcome addiction and rebuild stable lives.
Located on 60 acres of rolling hills and dense forests, our Foundry Farm offers an additional, peaceful setting for men in our Recovery Program.
In this home-like residential setting, women in our Recovery Program are empowered to overcome addictions and return to their roles in their families and communities through spiritual classes, guidance and employment-readiness training.
Shelter, basic necessities, counseling, education and life-skills classes are offered through this residential program for ex-inmates preparing to transition back into society.
The Foundry Auto Center accepts a wide selection of cars, trucks, vans and recreational vehicles. Program participants service, detail and make these donations ready for sale on The Foundry Auto Sales lot.
A variety of new and gently used clothing, furniture and household necessities are offered through our three locations in Fairfield, Cullman and Pell City, and 100% of proceeds from sales support our ministry.
UAB School of Nursing certified nurse practitioners and faculty members provide basic health-care services at a reasonable cost for our program participants and those who can’t otherwise afford medical care.
Dr. Michael McCracken partners with other volunteer dental professionals and UAB dental students to provide low-cost exams and procedures to our program participants and to the low-income individuals in the Bessemer community.
This Birmingham-area facility provides transitional housing for graduates of our men’s Recovery and Re- Entry programs, and meals and basic medical care for the homeless.