Supportive Housing

Our housing programs help residents identify the issues that led to their homelessness and give them the tools they need to stabilize their lives while providing safe homes so they can thrive.

If you are currently in need of our services, please call 561-494-0125.

From July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023:


individuals served.


people housed, including 55 families consisting of 119 children.


of residents are age 55 and over.


of individuals who exited our housing programs successfully remained stably housed for at least one year after program exit.


of those in recovery avoided relapse while in our housing programs, and 85% avoided the use of emergency/crisis services.


of clients served are no longer homeless.

Housing Programs

Burckle Place West Graduate Housing Program Dinner

Burckle Place

Burckle Place, located in Lake Worth, is the only supportive housing program in Palm Beach County designed exclusively for single, homeless women.

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C-Place, a 25-bed supportive housing campus for vulnerable individuals in located in West Palm Beach, FL.


Halle Place

Halle Place, located in West Palm Beach, is a supportive housing program specifically designed for women who were formerly incarcerated - within the prior six months. 

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Jack & Evelyn Alexander Place

Jack & Evelyn Alexander Place, formerly known as The Lord's Place Family Campus, is located in West Palm Beach.  It provides homeless families with housing, guidance and the resources needed to gain independence.

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William H. Mann Place for Men

William H. Mann Place, located in Boynton Beach, houses 50 men who were formerly homeless and provides its residents with the wrap-around services and support to end their homelessness for good.

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Operation Home Ready

Operation Home Ready (OHR) provides long-term supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals with a documented disability. OHR targets the most vulnerable individuals in the community.

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"I was living in a trailer that was not safe for me and my daughter. The Lord's Place gave me the resources I needed to get back on my feet, including access to medical treatment and an apartment at the Family Campus to raise my daughter. We are so grateful."

- Carl