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Through collaborations with our network member organizations, as well with leaders in healthcare, philanthropy, academia and business, Lutheran Services in America advances solutions and drives systemic change to enable all people in America to lead their best lives.

Together, we support families, we empower children to grow up to be healthy, productive adults, and we enable veterans, refugees, older adults and people with disabilities to live with dignity and independence in the community of their choice.

View our complete list of 300 member organizations in 1,400 communities across the country.


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Our interactive map and state fact sheets illustrate the breadth of our network’s programs and services and powerful impact on people and communities across the United States.

Using the map, you can select the orange pinpoints to learn more about every location of our member organizations or select the pane open button on the left side of the map title to explore our members’ work in specific areas, such as senior services or housing.

These resources were created using the most up-to-date information available to our Public Policy & Advocacy team and reflect each state where Lutheran Services in America member organizations have a presence.

Contact Sarah Dobson, Senior Director of Public Policy & Advocacy, at sdobson@lutheranservices.org.


Lutheran Services Carolinas Expands New Americans Program

Lutheran Services Carolinas opened another office in Myrtle Beach to support refugees in their resettlement efforts in South Carolina. Lutheran Services Carolinas’s New Americans Program offers housing, healthcare and other important services. “There is nothing more American than supporting those who come here,” said Matt Emery.

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Advocate Aurora and Atrium Health Merge to Create Advocate Health

Advocate Aurora Health and Atrium Health announced that they have combined to form Advocate Health, a new organization that provides services to 6 million patients across six states. The newly formed organization aims to improve safety and outcomes, advance health equity and accelerate medical breakthroughs.

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Dennis Quaid–hosted Documentary Showcases Encircle Disability Programs

The documentary program “Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid” featured our Virginia-based member enCircle in a recent story that highlights the organization’s Minnick Schools and its programs for people with developmental disabilities. The program is currently airing on public television stations nationwide through October 2023.

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Damyn Kelly Named to the Nonprofit Power 100 List

Damyn Kelly, president and CEO of our member Lutheran Social Services of New York, was recognized for his leadership in the Nonprofit Power 100 list. The list, a partnership between City & State and its sister publication New York Nonprofit Media, identifies our sector’s most important and effective leaders in New York.

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Alligators and Lutheran Social Ministry

Our member SpiriTrust Lutheran welcomed WallyGator, a 70-pound, 5.5-foot alligator, to its facilities. It reminded Charlotte Haberaecker of the extraordinary efforts Lutheran social ministry organizations make to care for people and ensure they live a full and abundant life.

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