Crossroads Nogales Mission
NOTE: Since March 2020, when the Coronavirus pandemic hit the nation, some of the activities are not available at Crossroads Mission until further notice. For more information email the Mission Committee Contact for the latest news we have on opening up Crossroads Mission fully.
This is the only shelter in Nogales, Arizona.
In 2019, Crossroads Mission in Nogales, Arizona, has served 49,350 men, women and children. They have seen the number rise considerable since 2016 due to the economy in Nogales, Arizona, and the surrounding area. Each one who comes to Crossroads Mission for help is treated with compassion and love.
In 2019 they opened Java Soul Coffee Shop which is open Thursday and Friday nights for youth to gather with their friends in a safe environment.
They continue to provide a 6-month substance abuse recovery program and a 6-month in-house probation program, as well as providing a shelter for abused women and children.
They serve free lunches six days a week for the needy. They also provide free dinners for families of the community on Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Mission Committee Contact, Joan Bolin, can be reached through the VPC office email,
338 Morley Avenue
P.O. Box 2246
Nogales, AZ 85628
Ben and Bert Wenke, Directors,
Bert & Ben Wenke, Crossroads Mission Co-Directors.
Valley Presbyterian women in Crossroads' kitchen to prepare lunch.
Valley Presbyterian women in Crossroads' kitchen ready to serve the meal they prepared.
Valley Presbyterian women, on behalf of our Church, presented Ben and his helper with donated hams for Crossroads' Christmas dinner.