Foundry Rescue Mission and Recovery Center

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    The Foundry Rescue Mission and Recovery Center (formerly The City of Hope) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to restore hope and rebuild the lives of homeless and addicted men and women. The Foundry has developed a 12-18 month rigorous, residential, Christ centered recovery program. The program provides the students who have various addictions an opportunity to receive individual counseling, free medical care, job skills training, job placement, shelter, clothing, and meals The success rate for The Foundry’s residents who have graduated from the program is over 60% which is six times the national norm. Seventy percent of our funds are developed through our own enterprises that train our residents in an on the job capacity. Currently, The Foundry serves 235 men and women through our programs; however the waiting list stands at 670 and continues to rise. The Foundry has seen 563 men and women find hope and graduate from the program.


    P. O. Box 824 1800 4th Avenue North
    Bessemer, AL 35021-0824

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