Habitat for Humanity Of Springfield MO

Habitat for Humanity of Springfield is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. They work towards a world where everyone has a decent, safe, and affordable place to live. They impact more than 80 households a year through their programs.

Find out how to qualify and apply to be a Habitat homebuyer or receive home preservation and repair services.

You can get involved by volunteering, donating, or attending events that support the organization.


Harmony House

Harmony House provides emergency housing to families escaping domestic violence, as well as crisis intervention, outreach support, advocacy, and prevention education.

If you or someone you know is living in an abusive situation, encourage them to call the 24 hour hotline (417) 864-SAFE (7233).

To request a speaker for a community education presentation, you can fill out an online form.

If you would like to help, you can donate money, make in-kind donations (accepted Monday-Friday from 9A.M. - 4 P.M. on the northwest side of the facility) , or volunteer.


The Kitchen, INC.

The Kitchen’s mission is “to prevent and end homelessness in the communities they serve by providing housing and stabilizing services with dignity and compassion.” They have a number of different programs, depending on what people need.


Ronald McDonald Houses

Ronald McDonald Houses offer a “home away from home” where families can stay together while a child receives ongoing treatment. Each family has their own room, a comfortable bed, a kitchen, and laundry facilities. Donated food items are available and nearly every evening volunteers prepare meals for the guests.

Who can stay? Families with children from pre-birth through 21 years of age who are undergoing treatment at a Springfield medical facility are eligible to stay at the House. Children that are receiving outpatient care may also stay with their families. Families can make arrangements to stay at the House through a referral from their child’s nurse, social worker, or doctor.

Do you want to help? You can volunteer, donate, or help with the Family Dinner Program! Follow the links to find out more!


Victory Square

Victory Square is a homeless men’s shelter run by Victory Mission. They provide meals, healthcare services, access to a recovery program, Bible studies, life skills courses, and Christian counseling.

The Restoration Program available is a 12- 18 month residential rehabilitation program. For more information on Restoration at Victory Square, contact Mark at mmcknelly@victorymission.com or (417) 864-2213.

The First30 progam is an emergency shelter that allows men to stay for up to 30 days every 6 months. During this time, men are encouraged to pursue employment, become involved with a local church, and participate by doing chores and attending classes.

For men in need of emergency shelter or to get more information , call (417) 864-2235 or email frontdesk@victorymission.com.