CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Rescue Mission will be holding a groundbreaking and dedication ceremony for new men’s and women’s “Discipleship Recovery Centers” on Friday, Sept. 18.
“The new centers will be approximately 12,000 total square feet and provide beds for 60 men and 20 women in the Discipleship Recovery Program,” the Wyoming Rescue Mission said in a Wednesday press release. “The Park Street Center and the Discipleship Recovery Centers are made possible by generous donors who have invested in the Project Transformation Campaign.”
“Both projects have dramatically increased the numbers of guests in the Emergency Services and Mercy Services programs, as well as now, the Discipleship Recovery Program. The Discipleship Recovery Program is a 12-month residential-based recovery experience for guests committed to overcoming addiction.”
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Senator John Barrasso will attend Friday’s groundbreaking and dedication. The community is also invited to attend.
“Following the dedication, Sen. Barrasso will speak at the Discipleship Recovery Program graduation in the Park Street Center cafeteria,” the release adds.
The schedule for Friday is as follows:
- 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Social
- 9 a.m. Groundbreaking & Dedication
- 10 a.m. Discipleship Recovery Program Graduation
The new centers will be located across from the Wyoming Rescue Mission’s Park Street Center, located at 230 North Park Street in Casper.