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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Orange County Rescue Mission Graduation Ceremony


The Orange County Rescue Mission’s transitional living facility, the Village of Hope (VOH), will hold a graduation ceremony for its largest graduating class to date on Sunday May 20th. The ceremony will recognize 23 students who have completed the program at The Village of Hope in Tustin. 


The graduation ceremony will include a formal dinner, along with a presentation about the graduating class, student speeches regarding each student’s VOH experience, and a diploma ceremony.  Graduates include men, women and children, each of whom has completed at least a 12-month stay at the Village of Hope.

The Village of Hope is a 192-bed transitional housing program for homeless men, women and families. This transitional living program provides all residents with food, shelter and health services. The program also teaches residents how to become self-sufficient members of the community through comprehensive services including counseling, healthcare and job training in a structured living environment.

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