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Mujeres Nuevo Comienzo A.C.

You, Lord, took up my case; you redeemed my life. Lamentations 3:58

About Us

I will give you hidden treasures, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the Lord, the God of Israel, who summons you by name.  Isaiah 45:3


Our Vision

Our vision at Mujeres Nuevo Comienzo (MNC) is to provide a safe home for abused, abandoned and shattered women and their children with a desire to see them experience healing and new life through a thriving relationship with Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour.  In helping women discover their value and purpose in  life and cultivating confidence in themselves, women are encouraged and empowered to pursue restoration and restructuring of their families. 


Our Mission

At MNC, we are dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing environment for women and their children. Our mission is to feed them spiritually, love them unconditionally, and provide them with basic necessities such as food, clothing, and shelter. We also believe in empowering them through education and work skills training, so they can lead fulfilling lives.


Our Program

Since opening our doors in 2011 in rural Baja California, Mexico, we have been a beacon of hope for women and children who have been victims of abuse and trafficking. A decade later, MNC continues to uplift and support vulnerable families by offering a 13-room facility where they can reside together and receive care. Throughout their approximately year-long stay at our facility, families are provided with nurturing care in a communal setting. During this time, they are discipled and mentored in daily devotions and counselling. They are also given the chance to explore various vocational opportunities, such as working at the onsite coffee shop, restaurant or bakery, and learning to sew and make sausage. By next year, a hair salon is expected to be completed to teach women aesthetician skills. These experiences not only help them gain valuable skills but also boosts their confidence and prepares them for their next steps. After their initial stay, families transition into a transitional home for an additional period of time, where they continue to receive support as they reintegrate into society and explore further employment opportunities. Furthermore, once a woman owns her own property, many families have the privilege of having their own houses built for them through organizations like YWAM. There are now over twenty houses across the road from our ministry where “graduated” women and their families live. This three-phase approach enables them to build a foundation for a brighter future filled with hope and possibilities.

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