HOPE FOR NEW YORK
The Bowery Mission Men’s Center at Avenue D
Downtown

The Bowery Mission Men’s Center at Avenue D currently offers transitional housing for formerly homeless men who graduate from The Bowery Mission’s residential recovery program. In the near future, the Men’s Center will also offer long-term residential recovery programming for men, which will include comprehensive services such as life skills training, vocational training, mentoring, counseling, recovery services, recreation, pastoral care, and housing support upon exit.

OUR PARTNERSHIP
Volunteers build relationships with program participants by leading a monthly Bible study and activity night.
We help cover costs for Bowery Transitional staff to attend leadership development and management trainings.
A professional landscape architect volunteer helped design an outdoor garden space so residents could enjoy a more beautiful outdoor community space.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Update as of September 2017 

The center is currently undergoing renovations and volunteer opportunities are on hold. We will update the opportunities and upcoming dates below once the center has reopened.


See below to sign up for these opportunities.
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“At first, I thought I wouldn’t have much in common with the men, but soon realized that I really enjoyed hanging out with them. We laugh and have fun. It’s felt very natural being there, enjoying our studies, game nights and recreational activities. It’s become a place where I feel like I could not only make a difference but where I now also fit in.”
Ebi, Volunteer
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