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Welcome to Community Missions

Since its founding in 1925, Community Missions (CMI) has provided a unique blend of services to address the needs of the Niagara community. In general, CMI serves a vulnerable population of individuals that, through a variety of circumstances, have been underserved, marginalized, overlooked and challenging in their presentations and behaviors.

The initial population served was homeless individuals and families, which are still served today. The agency currently provides 19 programs within its four divisions: Crisis & Community Services, Mental Health Housing Services, Mental Health Recovery Services, and Youth Services.

The agency serves a diverse set of populations, including youth, adults, families, homeless, youth involved with the juvenile justice system, youth and adults with psychiatric disabilities, persons living with HIV/AIDS, and ex-offender parole individuals.




By The Numbers...

In 2014, Community Missions provided:

10,459 nights of shelter

76,932 meals

7,147 individuals with clothing

2,576 care days in Youth Services

37,007 care days in Recovery Services

73,303 care days in Housing Services

142 opportunities for Faith Development


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StickersBanners.com On Board as Sweetheart Dinner Step & Repeat Backdrop Sponsor

StickersBanners.com recently joined the efforts for Community Missions' 18th Annual Sweetheart Dinner, coming on board as the Step & Repeat Backdrop Sponsor for the agency's event, to be held on Friday, Feb. 6 in Niagara Falls, N.Y.


Caring for Youth - The Experience of a Youth Care Worker

A youth care worker's experiences as an intern at Aurora House, our community residence for severely emotionally disturbed youth.


Community Residence Provides New Beginnings for Youth

In 1996, Residential Environments Allowing Children Hope (REACH) was officially adopted as the Youth Division's title. Among REACH's programs is a Youth Community Residence named Aurora House. Youth in the program have mental health diagnoses and Severely Emotionally Disturbed classification.