Social Services

The Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley is more than just free meals and overnight shelter. In addition to exciting educational opportunities, the Mission provides clients with access to our licensed social worker and social work interns. Together, this team is able to assist clients by overcoming barriers to employment and provide a plan for a sustainable transition when they leave the Mission.

Because of one licensed social worker on staff and our experience with YSU, KSU and a number of online colleges – we enjoy the help of several social work interns at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Add to that the collaboration in house of Catholic Charities, D&E Counseling, Turning Point Counseling, the Veterans Administration and Legal Aid we are able to continue to serve a population in need.

Client Social Services assistance at Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley includes:

—> Would you like to know more about our social work internship opportunities? Please contact us using the form below.

—>Expanded Medicaid Program appointments available at the Rescue Mission for Free Health Insurance.

Many in Mahoning County are eligible, but are not yet receiving free health insurance through Ohio’s expanded Medicaid program.  Medicaid enrollment is open year round.  Individuals without health insurance face possible penalties in the future.                                        

Access Health Mahoning Valley will be enrolling people by APPOINTMENTS ONLY Please call 330-373-0703.  The Navigator, Elaine Smith, is available at the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley (2246 Glenwood Ave  Youngstown, Ohio 44511) with a pre-scheduled appointment.

—> THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMPASSION! You will impact lives in Youngstown, Ohio when you make a one-time or an ongoing monthly donation to Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley. Just visit this page or click the donate button below for a one time gift or the “a better tomorrow” button to give monthly. (Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley DOES NOT receive Government or United Way Funding)