Bringing Hope and Transformation

As a nonprofit Christian organization the Westminster Rescue Mission is a community that provides clinical, physical, and spiritual resources to heal the addicted and feed the hungry. We take a holistic approach with Christ as the foundation of our work. Our two ministry programs include the Addiction Healing Center and Mission Meals Multiplied.

Take a walk through our website to see the transformative work that's taking place in our community through these ministries, meet our team, and learn how you can partner with us to impact individuals and families - bringing hope that lasts a lifetime.

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Learn about our Impactful Ministry Programs

Tour the Westminster Rescue Mission in this awe-inspiring video. Hover over our palatial and serene campus grounds, walk through the halls where lives are being impacted each day, say hello to the faces of our incredible team members, see and hear the remarkable stories of transformation that would not be possible without your support.

Addiction Healing Center

Our Addiction Healing Center is a CARF-accredited, ASAM 3.1 treatment program, offering two avenues of support for people seeking substance-use disorder recovery. In both the men’s and women’s programs, our multi-faceted, faith-based, treatment approach is tailored for each client, and completely free of charge. We also offer independent living and recovery maintenance through our transitional housing, outpatient and after-care services.


Mission Meals Multiplied

For those experiencing food insecurity, the Mission Meals Multiplied provides community outreach services and a food pantry for individuals and families in need of hunger relief. It is the largest re-distributor of food in Carroll County, and provides hunger relief through our distribution network and community outreach services in partnership with dozens of area agencies and charities.

Mission Marketplace

The Mission Marketplace has closed as of June 25th, allowing WRM to refocus on the greater needs of our community in addiction recovery and food insecurity. Learn more about this strategic transition and read our community letter below.


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By the Numbers

Pounds of Food Collected and Redistributed into the Community
Individuals Served through our Addiction Healing Center
Unique Households Served through our Mission Food Program
Vouchers Fulfilled for Unique Households with Essential Needs

WRM Executive Director, Stephanie Halley participates as a Panelist for United Way Webinar

By Cara Paige | November 8, 2022

Our very own Executive Director, Stephanie Halley will be panelist on the upcoming webinar, Hungry for Change: Improving Healthy Food Access Across Greater Baltimore, put on by United Way (@unitedwaycentmd).…

Westminster Rescue Mission receives nearly $1 million in infrastructure funding

By Cara Paige | November 4, 2022

By Thomas Goodwin Smith Carroll County Times Nov 02, 2022 at 10:01 am The Westminster Rescue Mission, the largest food re-distributor in Carroll County, received $998,400 in federal grants this…

OkSOBERfest Wrap-up

By Cara Paige | October 25, 2022

What a fantastic time our over 250 guests had here on our sprawling campus at the Westminster Rescue Mission. We couldn’t have asked for better weather with the bright sunshine…

OkSOBERfest: You’re Invited

By Cara Paige | November 26, 2018 |

Westminster Rescue Mission presents OkSOBERfest Join us for a sober October client homecoming and community festival 658 Lucabaugh Mill Road Westminster, MD 21157 OCT. 15, 2022 1PM – 4PM (Rain date October 16, 2022,…


Theres no better way to continue on in this season of gratitude then bye participating and giving Tuesday and partnering with the Westminster Rescue Mission as we continue to provide hope and transformation to so many in our community through our service programs in addition healing and food distribution. Wont you join us today by giving a $15 donation this #givingtuesday2022. Visit our website at click donation and change someone life for the better.
REMINDER: Please note that the Sparrows Nest at the Mission will be closed this coming Friday 11/25. We will be open as usual this Tues 11/22 and the following Tues 11/29 from 10-11am.
What endless gratitude we have for the many ways you have supported us this year, so that we may reach back into our community to share our service ministries including the Addiction Healing Center and our food program. We hope that you enjoy this season of Thanksgiving!
Please note that the Sparrows Nest at the Mission will be closed this coming Friday 11/25. We will be open as usual this Tues 11/22 and the following Tues 11/29 from 10-11am.
Fuchs North America creates some of the best spices and flavors in the world. As you’re planning for your Thanksgiving Day celebration check out their blog for inspiration. They also have a number job openings with competitive salaries and great benefits that you can see on their website as well. Were grateful to have them as a partners here at the Mission for all the many ways they support our organization and our community.​​​​​​​​
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Help feed a family this year by donating a turkey to the Westminster Rescue Missions Food Program to feed a family in our community. We also welcome the donation of gift cards to local grocery stores that will be used to purchase turkeys for many families in need this season. ​​​​​​​​
For more information or to make a donation see the contact information below.​​​​​​​​
(410) 848-2222 x 130 Mon. – Fri. (9am - 4pm)​​​​​​​​