Drop In Centers

THREE - Women's Respite

THREE - Women's Respite

THREE - Women's Respite

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A safe homelike atmosphere where women feel part of the community.

TWO - Men's Respite

THREE - Women's Respite

THREE - Women's Respite

A non-judgmental place where men can receive basic needs and resources to cultivate life change.

A non-judgemental place where men can receive basic needs and resources to cultivate life change

A Safe Place

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THREE - Women's Drop In Center

Provides a safe environment to build trust with women that are sexually exploited.  We believe that through offering a meal, a place to shower and non judgmental care we will be able to build the trust needed to offer an alternative lifestyle and crisis intervention if and when they choose to get out of their current situation. By partnering with local community resources and local bodies of believers we plan to have different levels of exit plans and resources available if and when the time come.

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TWO - Men's Drop In Center

Provide a safe environment to build trust with men that are sexually exploited and those in need of help.  A non-judgemental place where men can come in and receive basic needs and resources to cultivate life change and a path out of their current environment.

How to help

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Volunteer

Women's Center is open Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:00-6:00 pm Saturdays 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm 


Men's Center is open Wednesdays 4:30-6:30 pm and Sundays 2:00 - 4:00 pm for the mens center.


Volunteers are trained how to interact with the women and men who come to the drop in centers and how to help them get the resources offered. Volunteers should arrive one half hour before opening.


You can sign up for training online through the Facebook page for THREE or TWO. Use the SignUpGenius link under the “About” section

Financial Donations

There is a cost to keeping open the doors to the Drop In Centers. Financial donations are used to purchase items needed for the ladies or to paying overhead costs.

Follow the DONATE NOW button below  or text: $(amount) DropIn to (614) 412-5545

Donate Items

Needed items include hygiene materials, clothes, household items and clinic items. Check out the complete list here.

Organize a Donation Drive

Pick a specific item of need and ask your group/congregation to fill it. This is helpful when high demand items are in low supply. Contact Taylor Prusinski to ask about most needed items or check the Facebook page. Get Involved for the most needed items of the month.

Provide a Meal

Come to the Center and serve a meal.

Donate frozen/pre-cooked meals.

Deliver a meal for the volunteers to serve (drop off time is one hour before opening).


Meals should be comprised of dinner-type foods that will be filling for our guest with enough for 100 servings.


Sign up through the Facebook page using the SignUpGenius link below or email Taylor Prusinski Tayprusinski@gmail.com


Why Should We Help?

The Gospels record encounters between Jesus and women who were vulnerable or had been victimized. He offered them forgiveness, healing and unconditional love - the resources they needed to drastically change their lives.


Our Drop In centers model the response of Jesus to the most vulnerable people in our communities.


Through offering a meal, clothes, a place to shower and non judgmental care we build the trust needed to offer an alternative lifestyle and crisis intervention if and when they choose to get out of their current situation.