A Bridge to the future for men that need services to help them overcome their current issues. The goal of the Overcomers Program is to help people face their problems, find wholeness, and successfully integrate back into society We are a MN. Licensed Board & Lodging program with 34 beds in a three buildings campus, in St. Cloud and 12 beds in a two building campus in Willmar, MN. Providing these services, for men only, 18 and older that need care, struggling with mental health, Mental illness –Chemical dependency, TBI, learning disabilities or physical disabilities that may have housing issues or corrections housing issues. With three meals a day, personal care, medication management, support groups, accountability, transportation to Care Providers & aftercare programs, job & education coaching Also networking with Social Workers, Arms, Probation and Aftercare providers. Our Staff is trained to provide a loving safe environment that is supportive for each resident.
The Mission is to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, visit the prisoners, minister to the sick, and shelter the homeless (Matthew 25:34-40) while preaching and teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ.
During the fall season, each Saturday morning from 9:30 to 11:30 am, teams of compassion from the Dream Center and volunteers or Church groups will visit our neighborhood. Stopping-by homes to say, WE CARE, HOW CAN WE SERVE YOU?Read More »
History and Progress
Overcomers International Fellowship was founded in 1995 and operates three facilities in St. Cloud – the Dream Center, Hospitality House, and Caleb House. Also the Matthew & Timothy Board & Lodging in Willmar MN. These facilities offer a safe, supportive environment for men 18 and o.lder who desire to get their lives on a productive course. Together, they combine for a capacity of 34 people. We host 300 volunteers & Service Learning projects from area Schools, Churches and Colleges.Read More »
We have many opportunities for people, groups, or churches to help us all year long, but it's more than just serving food on a plate — it's also about having an opportunity to learn why people become homeless in the first place. Our programs give volunteers an experience like no other as our residents share their life's story of redemption.Read More »
OIF is celebrating 20 years of community service this month. Join us in a much needed building project. Our 529 16th Ave North, St Cloud, MN (Dream Center) building needs a new roof. You can be a part of this project by donating $10.00. You can donate more if you want, however we are asking for 2,000 people to just donate $10.00.
This money will help us to replace or repair the roof that must be completed this year. You can donate by clicking the 'Donate Now' button on this page.
May God bless you for your giving.