Victory Acres

Long-Term Restoration Program for Men

9015 W. McCullough Rd, Peoria, IL 61607
Phone: (309) 697-1277
Victory Acres is committed to being an instrument God can use in the lives of men on the road to recovery. As a long term adult men's recovery program, men commit to a nine to twelve month program designed to teach them to consistently walk with Christ and to develop the basic life skills needed to rejoin society as responsible Christian men.

While at Victory Acres, men are taught what it means to have a relationship with God through Jesus Christ and how to depend upon God to supply the needs in their lives. It is only as men get to know the God that created them and learn to depend upon Him, that they will begin to understand and believe the truth that sets them free.

Our program consists of:

  • Bible classes
  • Individual counseling & discipleship
  • Personal studies
  • Scripture memorization
  • Group sharing & prayer time
  • Local church involvement
  • Daily work projects


Work Program

In 1995, Peoria Rescue Ministries and Caterpillar Inc. formed a unique partnership between ministry and industry, providing a service to the community and supporting funds to the ministry. Pallet recycling by Victory Acres residents fulfills a need for Caterpillar, and provides job experience as well as a small financial allowance for each resident. This in turn reduces the tax and welfare burden to the community and positively affects the environment by extending the life of the landfills and trees.



From Interstate 474, take exit 6A (Westbound) or exit 6 (Eastbound) off I-474 West. Take 24 West until you come to Cameron Lane on the right (approximately 1 mile past junction with Rt. 9). Turn right onto Cameron Lane. Continue on Cameron Lane for 1.5 miles until McCullough Road. Turn left on McCullough Road for 1.5 miles. You will see our facility on the right.

Victory Acres bible study

Victory Acres bible study

PRM (Peoria Rescue Ministries) has led me to new hope through Jesus. I was saved in prison, but had no place to go when discharged. Thank God PRM is here. I have been ministered to through staff, chapel services, and Victory Acres. What an honor to God this ministry is. I have hope in Jesus and I am learning that every day, thanks to PRM.
— Anonymous