Panama City Rescue Mission
Founded in 1973 by Frank A. Kirk, Panama City Rescue Mission is committed to Christ-centered rescue, recovery, and restoration by equipping the homeless with the skills and knowledge they need to transform their lives. Our organization provides people with a sense of purpose by helping them unify their values and actions into a plan for self-sufficiency; we teach responsibility, set goals, and hold each person accountable.
Panama City Rescue Mission provides help for homeless men and women, including a safe place to live, access to health care, transportation, education, job training, and so much more. Since the mission first opened its doors in 1973, over 135,000 homeless people have benefited from the mission’s services.