Please find information regarding LSS response to COVID-19 Coronavirus here.
We need your help.
LSS remains on the front lines of addressing the well-being of vulnerable populations. Populations including homeless individuals, the elderly, children and adults living with mental illness or active drug and alcohol addiction and more. A strong support system, treatment services, intensive counseling and home health visits are what our clients need and what LSS provides on a daily basis. Without our staff and the services we provide, the impact can be life-threatening.
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We are happy to continue to compassionately provide IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self-Direct) services through our Connections Program and allow people to continue to live and direct their lives independently in these uncertain times.
Humbly called to serve, we help improve the health and wellbeing of those most in need. We compassionately provide quality services for: a child in crisis with no one to turn to, a family in turmoil, a loved one struggling with mental health or addiction, an elderly person or a person with a disability needing support to live independently and successfully in the community, or a refugee who is fleeing from war and persecution.
Over the last century we have lived our values and co-created programs, along with our partners, to address our states’ most complex challenges for multiple generations. We have changed and innovated new programs to ensure positive outcomes and impact, shown courage by providing services that others have been unwilling to provide, and led with love and compassion – always believing in the infinite worth of those we serve and helping them realize their potential.
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LSS Strengthens Families. Heals Communities. Creates Avenues for Belonging
Those with substance use disorder facing challenges amid virus;
Lutheran Social Services asking for monetary donations, face masks
Héctor Colón, President and CEO of Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan was named finalist for 2019 BizTimes Nonprofit Excellence Awards.
Héctor Colón, President and CEO of Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan was named 2019 Hispanic Man of the Year by UMOS.
The day Brian showed up at Genesis House, he had lost everything. Brian, looking much older than his 26
years, was once a star athlete and on the honor roll. He described his life growing up as “normal".
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