Since 2008, Siloé Ministries has provided medical care, health education, and family counseling to thousands of needy patients from a tiny two-room clinic in La Mision, Mexico. We've forged lasting relationships and earned our patients' trust through our long-term commitment to this small agricultural community.
The Siloé Wellness Center will be our organization's permanent home in the heart of the village we have served for the past 8 years. In addition to a well-equipped medical and dental clinic, the Center will also serve as a regional hub for health education, patient advocacy, Christ-centered family counseling, and medical-missions training. The community center and outdoor gardens will provide a peaceful and safe setting for the families of La Mision to gather and share fellowship for generations to come.
Pre-constrution site prep
Phase I: Casitas, public bathrooms, security wall
Phase II: Center footings and slabs
Phase III: Clinic and dental wing
Phase IV: upstairs Pharmacy, apartment & offices
Phase V: Community Center
Phase VI: prayer/counseling room & staff break room
Phase VII: Hardscape and softscape
Phase VIII: Volunteer/staff housing
This cost estimate does not include the property purchase, site preparation, and legal fees.
We are very excited to partner with Strong Tower Ministries, an experienced nonprofit that specializes in ministry-focused construction projects in Mexico. They are managing the construction of the Wellness Center, coordinating volunteers (both skilled and unskilled), overseeing local labor, and soliciting material donations. Strong Tower has successfully completed four similar projects in Baja, Mexico.
100% of financial support for the Wellness Center goes toward construction costs and payroll for local labor.
Or send a check to “Siloé Ministries” P.O. Box 6362, Chula Vista, CA 91909
La Mision is a coastal farming community in Northern Baja, Mexico. It is 50 miles south of the U.S. border, roughly halfway between Rosarito and Ensenada.
He told him, “Go wash yourself in the pool of Siloam” (Siloam means “sent”). So the man went and washed and came back seeing!