First Annual Hope for the Mission Valley GALA

Dear Community Member,

On Friday, September 29th Hope for Mission Valley will hold the first ever Gala at the Ronan Community Center. Life for The Nations, along with several other community Churches is sponsoring Hope Center Ministries to bring a Christ-centered recovery program for those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to the Mission Valley. Currently, there are 47 centers open internationally with 2 being in Helena and Butte, MT. Our program fees only cover a fraction of the expenses required for a long‐term residential program. We are able to keep our fees affordable by utilizing fund‐raising, private donations, community support, grants, and funds generated through our Vocational Training Program.

Our mission is to open a Hope Center Ministries Women’s recovery center in the Mission Valley in 2024. We are in the fundraising stages with a goal of raising $300,000 to meet the requirements of opening the center.

The evening will consist of a wonderful catered meal, testimonies from residents and graduates of our program, a live and silent auction and more.

Donations of any kind are welcomed. Here are several ways to partner with us for this Gala:

Make monetary donations to be used to purchase items for auction.
Purchase tickets or a table at the event. A limited amount of tickets will be available.
Donated item(s) to be used in our live and silent auctions.
Sponsor a table

You can purchase dinner tickets or a table HERE
To donate or sponsor please call or text Becky at: 406-833-0865.


Our vision is to help people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction find the hope that only Jesus Christ can bring. We seek salvation for those that some would say are beyond hope. Hope Center Ministries is not just about getting sober, but about helping these men and women find a new life in Jesus. Through designated phases of support, residents work through the challenges in their lives, deal with root-issues and journey forwards with new found hope. With this new hope people can rediscover who they really are, without the baggage of their lives dragging them backwards. Using a recognized, christian-based 12-step program, residents can rediscover the joy of living and find freedom in their everyday lives. During their stay at the Hope Center, the residents are also required to work through several bible-based curriculum, as well as participate in daily devotions and bible studies. We have a variety of experienced leaders and people from the surrounding communities that take part in these studies. The goal of this practice is to show our residents that only the word of God truly has the power to renew the mind.