Ending Homelessness. Period.
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 that the way to solve this crisis one person at a time, is to provide housing with supportive services, to encourage personal and financial development, and stability in physical and mental health. To achieve our ambitious goals, we deliver a suite of essential services on our Seeds of Hope Campus, including:
We pride ourselves on being more than just a shelter.
The Lifebridge Campus offers a suite of essential services that target the needs of homeless and disadvantaged adults. Our comprehensive, community-based approach to ending homelessness permanently has become a model for the nation.
Lifebridge serves over 1,100 vulnerable men and women each year.
In 2014: 63 People Moved to Permanent Housing
In 2013: 36 People Moved to Permanent Housing
In 2012: 34 People Moved to Permanent Housing
62% of clients are disabled
30% of clients are women; nearly all have been victims of domestic violence
44% of clients are between the ages 40-54, while 22% are 26-39.
Our fastest growing population is aged 55-64.