Since opening the doors as an emergency homeless shelter in 1983, Lazarus House has been providing a wide range of programs and services to support, stabilize and empower families and individuals struggling with food insecurity, poverty and homelessness. Lazarus House is filled with caring staff whose compassion and support give strength, healing and hope to everyone who come through its doors in need of help.
We offer courageous women, men, and children access to life-saving services in the areas of food, shelter, clothing, advocacy and community resources.
NOURISHMENT - through daily served meals (300+ per day) and weekly groceries (1200+ families per week)
STABILITY - through family shelter, transitional housing, affordable clothing, housewares, and furniture at our thrift store
COMFORT & GUIDANCE - through advocacy and individual case management
JOY - through our Project Bethlehem Program providing Christmas gifts, cards and culturally relevant and nutritious food for 700+ families
ACCESS - through our Community Resources Program
Lazarus House serves over 25,000 households annually.
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