Homes & Help Initiative

What is the Homes & Help Initiative? It’s a pledge to promote and support select organizations that provide “homes and help for people in need”

What organizations are included in the initiative? How are they promoted?

While the content on the Rethinking Scripture Websites is provided free of charge, all the proceeds received from speaking honorariums and book sales are donated to select organizations that provide help with: housing, mental health services, life skills training, food, and clothing. Some of these organizations may also be featured on the Rethinking Scripture podcast and blog. The organizations currently receiving promotion and support through this initiative are listed below.

Are you considering inviting Dr. Hall to speak to a group or event? If your city isn’t already represented, he may consider donating the proceeds from your event to an organization serving your local community.

Are you aware of other organizations worthy of consideration? You can nominate an organization in your local area by contacting Greg. Let him know how you’ve seen support given to people in your community. Greg is always looking to identify organizations that serve their communities in unique and innovative ways.

Current “Homes & Help Initiative” Organizations:

  1. Union Gospel Mission – Salem, OR –
    • The Union Gospel Mission provides a safe and healing environment for those desiring to break the cycle of homelessness and addiction.
  2. Isaac’s Room – Salem, OR –
    • Isaac’s Room helps divested young people build the capacity to rise to the challenges of life.
  3. Hope Station Community Services, Inc. – Salem, OR –
    • Hope Station provides reduced cost food, clothing, household items, and training for the working poor.
  4. CAHOOTS (Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets) – Eugene/Springfield, OR –
    • CAHOOTS provides mobile pre-hospital mental-health crisis intervention.
  5. Unity Center for Behavioral Health (Legacy Emanuel) – Portland, OR –
    • Unity Behavioral Health provides 24-hour psychiatric care and a path to recovery for people (over 18 years of age) experiencing a mental health crisis.