Seeking Volunteers To Help With Our Community Meals Program
August 20, 26, 30
Please contact Karen Andrew, Kitchen Manager - 978-744-0500
Our Thrift Shop is the Salem Chamber of Commerce's 2016 Excellence in Retail Award Recipient
Lifebridge has been selected as one of 100 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s $100K for 100 program! Visit the foundation's website to see the amazing work they are doing: Cummings Foundation
Want to do a Drive to Help - Please See a List of Needed Items Donation Wish List.doc
Thrift Shop Events
September 2 - Back to School Sale September 16 - Best of the Best Celebration
Save The Date - A Night To Remember October 20, 2017 - Tedesco Country Club
Lifebridge offers a suite of essential services that target the needs of homeless and disadvantaged adults. Our programs focus on education, employment, and self-sufficiency.
Lifebridge Thrift Shop
Bargain hunters will find everything from high-end vintage treasures to gently used household items to last season's name brand clothes--all at amazing prices.
The Lifebridge Thrift Shop not only provides essential funding for our programs each year, but also ensures a supply of clothing and essentials for our clients.
Visit our new expanded space!
47 Canal St. Salem, MA 01970
Monday - Saturday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Our experience has shown shelters alone do not solve the problem of homelessness. It is actually through all of the services we provide—housing, supportive services, case management, and work experience that the chronically homeless will begin to truly thrive.
Please consider a gift to Lifebridge.
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If you or someone you know is homeless and in need of shelter, contact us:
Salem Location - Lifebridge
56 Margin Street, Salem, MA
Beverly Location - River House
56 River Street
We are staffed 24 hours a day,
7 days a week.
Lifebridge’s mission is to end the crisis of homelessness. Research shows that two factors are responsible for the problem of homelessness: a lack of affordable housing and the persistence of poverty in our community. We believe the way to solve this crisis, one person at a time, is to provide housing with supportive services, to encourage personal and income development, and stability in physical and mental health.
Ending Homelessness. Period.
Lifebridge's Outreach Worker and Medical Support Services are funded in part by the City of Salem Department of Planning & Community Development, U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.
Lifebridge does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender or gender identity, age, religion, familial status, sexual orientation, disability, ancestry, marital status, source of income, veteran/military status and genetic information.
Lifebridge's innovative services help men and women regain their lives and end their homelessness permanently. Not only does our model work; it has become a model for the nation.
Listen to the stories of the men and women who have overcome homelessness, and learn how our evidence-based, supportive services have helped them achieve independence.