What We Do
Founded in 1992, Wayne Hall is a transitional housing program for women with children who are homeless or living in poverty. Located in historic Germantown, Wayne Hall provides a supportive environment to ensure that women are able to flourish, repair their lives, and ready themselves for their next step forward. This program supplying them with the best tools to live a renewed life through faith, safe housing, financial empowerment, and compassionate care.
Residents participate in evening faith-based classes in parenting, life skills, finance, discipleship. They also receive Biblical case management, health and nutrition consultation, guidance with educational and trade school pursuits, employment assistance, permanent housing aide, and alumni support .
Wayne Hall contains common living areas and private bedrooms outfitted with extra beds for children. The largest room can accommodate a mother with five children. The facility’s maximum occupancy is thirty-three women and children. To qualify, residents must be: a single, female parent or in the early stages of a pregnancy; 18 years or older; homeless or in acute need of housing; receptive to a faith based program; has no acute psychiatric or medical conditions; or battling a severe drug or alcohol addiction.
This program is not currently accepting any new program participants. If you are in need of help we recommend you reach out to Apple Tree Family Center, (215) 686-7150.
In addition to meeting basic life needs for men, the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission enables those men who are committed to a positive life change to address their problems through an intensive 16-month program.
The purpose of Wayne Hall, the women’s ministry of Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission, is to teach women how to restructure their lives according to the Word of God.
Volunteer opportunities for groups with Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission take place at our Center City and Germantown locations.
Churches, schools, businesses, and other organizations can help the homeless and hurting men and women at the Mission by collecting non-perishable food items.*