In January of 2017, the Albuquerque Rescue Mission became Steelbridge Ministries. This decision was made intentionally, strategically, and prayerfully. I want to take a moment to remind you of WHY we made this important decision and how it symbolizes our renewed focus on transforming lives through the power of God’s love.
We changed our name because we were perceived as a “soup kitchen!” We are not a “soup kitchen” and haven’t been for several years.
Addiction tore Steven's life apart - his marriage, his mother, his daughter, and more. He came to Steelbridge desperate and found hope.
If you met Victoria, you’d have a hard time believing how bad her life used to be. Today she’s poised and confident, with a bright vision for her future. But not long ago, she was using heroin and panhandling on the streets of Chicago. “I was very beat down and empty,” she remembers. “I had nothing—no life in me.”
Santana never had a chance. That’s what some people would have said.
Albuquerque’s Women and Children Crisis Center held an open house Wednesday to mark its one-year anniversary and to give the community an up close look at what they do.