What We Do – Our Primary Goal

ADRN’s primary goal is to serve Christ by sponsoring families affected by disaster through our Disaster Relief Shepherd Program. Responding to offer relief following crises, ADRN provides survivors with immediate financial assistance, emergency housing and transportation, emotional and spiritual care and connects families with vital resources. Additionally, ADRN organizes volunteer efforts in the cleanup/muck out of homes, coordinates volunteer labor with partnering agencies like Christian Aid Ministries (CAM), and offers funding to complete the rebuilding/repair of homes affected through their sponsorship program.

Disaster Relief Services

  • Emergency financial support for food, clothing, gas, emergency housing, emergency transportation, and gift cards for disaster survivors
  • Emotional/Spiritual Care Team (Crisis Intervention) and Chaplain Support
  • Emergency Call Center for Survivor Assistance
  • Temporary Shelter established within Churches on the Network
  • Warehousing and Distribution Management of Goods
  • Clean-Up Team Deployments to Assist in Cleaning Up Damaged Homes
  • Volunteer Management and Coordination
  • Sponsorship through ADRN’s Disaster Relief Shepherd program,  offering long-term support and critical resources to assist survivors during the rebuild/repair phase of relief while meeting their emotional/spiritual needs

Sponsor Families of Disaster

ADRN’s network of churches sponsors families and individuals of disaster through the Disaster Relief Shepherd program. Trained volunteers within the church walk alongside survivors to assist them as needed until they are back on their feet and into their homes.

Preparedness Training

ADRN has trained, prepared and equipped thousands of volunteers to be ready to respond quickly in the event of disaster. Training is provided in various areas of support including CISM, CERT, HAM Radio Communications, Chaplaincy, First Aid, Spiritual Readiness and more.

Training and Certifications

Through ADRN’s training program, volunteers and individuals may become certified in various nationally recognized disaster-response programs. Internal training pathways are based on the skill set and volunteer direction of each individual. Credentials are then used to build teams of trained volunteers ready to respond to the need in times of crisis. Click here to read more about our training opportunities.


ADRN has a core team of volunteers who pray continually for the vision and mission of ADRN. Prayer is at the root of our daily devotion to serve others in great need, whether it be in disaster or in need of our support through the Body of Christ.

Resources & Donations

We are always looking for partners who share our mission to serve others in disaster or in great need. Our connection to vital resources helps ADRN move families out of trauma and into a new life. All received in-kind and monetary donations are utilized to help aid survivors. In-kind donations can be received at ADRN’s Hope Family Thrift Store. To give to ADRN, click here.


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13801 Burnet Road, #100

Austin, TX 78727

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Donations Disclaimer: Gifts to ADRN for a specific disaster response will be used as designated. If a specific disaster response becomes overfunded and identified needs have been addressed, the ADRN Board of Directors will redirect your gift to a similar response effort. All other gifts to ADRN are unrestricted and may be used for any purpose consistent with the mission and vision of ADRN.