At Silent Rescue, we believe that every person deserves dignity, respect, and the basic necessities of life. We strive to provide assistance to communities in need, regardless of race, religion, or nationality.
UNITED TO ACHEIVE OUR MISSION OF HOPE
Interceding and extending a helping hand.
We believe in the power of collective minds, joining forces to solve problems and create something new.
We are committed to honest practices and unwavering adherence to a set of moral and ethical standards. As an organization, we have an ambition to reach a broad demographic.
We champion inclusivity, providing services to individuals of varying origins, races, cultures and backgrounds.
Our goal is to reach people from all walks of life as an organization. We strive to ensure that everyone, regardless of ethnicity, culture, or background, can access our services.
Sherildine L Beck
Statement of Need
Homelessness is a prevalent and traumatic social phenomenon in the United States, with estimates showing that homelessness rates increased by 2.2% from 2019 to 2020. More than 50 percent are mentally ill. Huge numbers suffer from alcohol or drug problems contributing to becoming homeless or caused as a consequence of being homeless. For the homeless, life can be short and ugly. In general, people without a roof over their heads die 40 years earlier. Severe medical problems are rampant in this population. Chronic health problems go untreated or under-treated. More prevalent issues like hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease lead to secondary complications, including strokes, heart failure, other neurological problems, and visual disturbances.There is a pressing need to provide for the homeless in our society.