Services Provided

Counseling Counseling

Case Management Case Management

Transportation Access to Public Transportation

Job Proximity to Job Sites

About Transitional Housing

In 1995 Miracle Hill Ministries started providing limited transitional housing for guests exiting our programs. Since then, the need for transitional housing has exponentially grown in the Upstate, and we now offer affordable housing opportunities for all our adult shelters and programs. At Miracle Hill, we believe that living in community, along with having healthy mentoring relationships, protect and enhance higher success rates by providing a healthy environment for our guests as they transition to independence.

To be eligible for our transitional housing, the applicant must have successfully completed their time in one of our shelters or have graduated from one of our recovery programs. They must also be employed or ready to enter the workforce, remain clean and sober, and continue in close contact with a volunteer mentor. Additional requirements may apply.

Transitional Housing Capacity

Our Current Transitional Housing Options

Greenville Rescue Mission

2 houses with capacity for 15 men

Shepherd’s Gate

1 house with capacity for 6 women

Spartanburg Rescue Mission

1 house with capacity for 13 men

Overcomer’s Center

8 houses with capacity for 48 men

Cherokee County Rescue Mission

1 house with capacity for 6 men

Renewal Center

3 houses with capacity for 19 women

Supplies

Donate Supplies

People in our shelters usually arrive with very few personal possessions—if any at all. You can help meet their basic needs by donating items like soap, toothpaste, shampoo, and other things directly to a shelter. Before you donate, we ask that you contact the shelter directly to determine our most current needs.

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Supplies

Volunteer Your Time

If you would like to share your God-given talents with those in our care, we invite you to consider volunteering at Miracle Hill. We offer all different types of opportunities for individuals. Whether you want to lend professional expertise or participate in a recreational activity, we can find a place for you.

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Mentor

Become a Mentor

Mentors help our program participants strengthen their relationships with Jesus Christ while also providing friendship and guidance along the way. If you know Jesus as your personal Savior and exhibit a consistent, Christ-like testimony to those your life would impact, we invite you to become a mentor.

Mentorship Programs