The Franson-Risberg Memorial Mission Home is a non-profit organization started in 1966 by a group of Christian laymen as a place where missionaries could find low cost housing while on furlough. We still maintain their vision by providing affordable housing for furloughing missionaries, full-time Christian workers, and full-time students training for full-time Christian service.
The building was built in 1929 as the headquarters for The Evangelical Alliance Mission (TEAM), now located in Carol Stream (Wheaton), and purchased by the FRMMH in 1966. It has 27 apartments, varying in size from studios, to one, and two bedroom apartments. The FRMMH also has a studio Guest Room that rents nightly for short-term guests.