Lutheran Services in America

November 2022

Wayfarer Magazine: From its earliest days, Lutheran social ministry has been about community and bringing people together so they can lead their best lives. Our..

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Warning on staffing minimum: Studying costs won’t matter if pay doesn’t add up

August 30, 2022

McKnight's Long-term Care News: Cost analysis will be “an important part” of a final report on federal minimum staffing standards. And potential costs of a..

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Lutheran Services in America expands rural aging initiative to 4 states

June 24, 2022

McKnight's Senior Living Business Daily News: Lutheran Services in America said Thursday that it will expand its rural aging initiative into more states to help..

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Nursing Home Provisions Still Intact But Unfunded in Senate’s Build Back Better Legislation

December 7, 2021

Skilled Nursing News: Nursing home staffing provisions in the Build Back Better Act so far remain unchanged — and unfunded — as the bill works..

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Family Stabilization grant works to intervene early, decrease children in foster care

September 1, 2021

The Billings Gazette: St. John's United received a portion of a multi-million dollar grant to be used to connect at-risk families with services before children..

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McKnight’s Senior Living: Lutheran Services in America’s 4th Relief Package Priorities

April 9, 2020

Urging all Senators and Representatives to Include our Priorities

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Health Care Hope for Millions in America

March 25, 2020

Stepping up to help improve the health of Americans so we can all thrive has long been a hallmark of our nation.

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How Social Services Can Improve Health Care

January 30, 2020

Integrating social services into medical care helps improve outcomes, prevents costly hospital admissions and lowers cost of care for everyone. Social work professionals have long..

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