Once clients leave one of our many campuses, they must move into affordable housing to truly break the cycle of homelessness. In our graduate housing, clients are able to live with other clients who went through similar programming.
Together, clients are stronger, more focused, determined to save money, retain employment and fly within two years. While graduate housing is independent living and requires clients to pay rent, they also maintain access to all of The Lord’s Place programs and services should they need the assistance.
The Lord’s Place currently has seven graduate facilities and has dreams to maintain more for clients in the future. More details are listed about Burckle Place West (11 graduates), Hearts of Palm Houses (2 homes), Helen’s Place (5 graduates) and Community Place (4 graduates). We also have Chimbandi Place (3 graduates) and Henrietta Place (5 graduates) that welcome clients who have gone through programming at The Lord’s Place.