DAYTONA OUTREACH CENTER WELCOMES YOU
Hope Is Where the Heart Is
A Bit of Background
After experiencing addiction that lead to homelessness, brokenness and hopelessness. Ray & Susan Kelley had a radical experience with God and immediately were compelled to go back to those that they used to be and help as many as possible find freedom, hope and a new life. It all started on North St 15 years ago in a little yellow building on the corner, the original outreach center. Ray & Susan took the 7 people that attended their first meeting home with them that night and their discipleship program (the 28:20 project) began. From there more people came home with them which lead to more houses. 3 years later a thrift store was added then a coffee shop on Beach St.
Now we are back on North St in a bigger better facility with the ability to meet more physical needs for our homeless friends.
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WHAT WE DO
Making A Difference
NORTH STREET CAMPUS
Direct services for homeless
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we offer many direct services to our homeless friends. These include; showers with clean clothes, biblical teaching along with one on one counseling, a medical clinic, an office for mental health resources, recovery meetings, assistance with local housing resources including sober housing. Sometimes we are able to reconnect families and send a person home!
Contact us to learn more about you can help us in this area at 386-310-7011
THE 28:20 PROJECT
Residential recovery & discipleship
We take men into our home and live as a family. Daily Bible studies, homework and one on one counseling. Our program is designed for 9 months but is tailored for each person, some stay longer
'FOR THE LEAST OF THESE'
Helping The Community
Our thrift store serves several purposes. It is a safe, secure place for the gentlemen in the 28:20 project to learn new job skills. The store supports our ministry and also blesses the community!
If you would like to donate items please call 386-310-4913 for info.
"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"