Frequently Asked Questions

Is The Lord’s Place a religious organization?

The Lord’s Place is a non-sectarian, 501(c)3 social impact agency.  No religious doctrine is included in the services delivered to the clients of The Lord’s Place.  However, the staff and volunteers come from many faith backgrounds and are all committed to the faithful goal of serving those who are homeless.

What is The Lord’s Place, and where is it located?

The Lord’s Place is one of the leading agencies in Palm Beach County delivering services to those who are homeless.  The Lord’s Place has nine campuses, both residential and day programs, located throughout Palm Beach County.

The address of the Administrative Office is 2808 North Australian Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33407 and the main phone number is (561) 494-0125.  While we are under construction, mail can still be delivered at 2808 North Australian Avenue, or via The Lord’s Place, P.O. Box 3265, West Palm Beach, FL 33402.

The temporary offices are located at 2715 North Australian Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33407.  They are open Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Who does The Lord’s Place help?

The Lord’s Place helps men, women, and children in their journey out of homelessness.

Can we really end homelessness in Palm Beach County?

Yes.  The Lord’s Place has more than a 40-year track record of providing services to those that are experiencing homelessness in a highly efficient and effective manner.  These services need to be made available on a much wider basis throughout our community.