LMWS INC dba Pacific Lifeline
Rating: 4.9 stars 31 31 reviews
PO Box 1424 Upland CA 91785 USA
Pacific Lifeline, a faith-based ministry, empowers women and their children facing chronic homelessness and helps them achieve personal and social stability.
Snapshot of Services in 2014 • Nine women received weekly case management, individual therapy, and group therapy sessions. • Sixteen children received weekly tutoring and individual therapy, and participated in weekly group activities. • Nine women participated in regularly-scheduled life skills workshops • Of the nine families served in 2014, four moved into permanent housing, three continue to live in the shelter, one lives in our re-entry home, and one was dismissed for program non-compliance. • 69 children received back to school supplies and clothing. • 38 families had access to food, clothing and basic necessities, household items, Thanksgiving food and Christmas gifts, and community resource referrals. • Volunteers served over 600 hours.
women facing chronic homeless to secure personal and social stability
Direct beneficiaries per year:
nine women and sixteen children in our shelter program, and 38 families in our extended care program
Geographic areas served:
providing long term and permanent housing for women and their children
case management, therapy, life skills workshops, parenting support, tutoring, group activities, etc.
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Pacific Lifeline provides women with a wonderful opportunity to rebuild their lives. Much of Pacific Lifeline's success is due to the weekly counseling provided for both the mothers AND their children AND the fact that most women are able to live at Pacific Lifeline for one year. After one year they are self sufficient and less likely to succumb to homelessness. Wonderful program and great staff!
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I witnessed Pacific Lifeline miracles on a weekly basis for a few years both professionally and as a member of Soroptimist International of the Foothills.
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Hope they have additional funding to provide transitional housing for the graduates once they leave the shelter. While self sufficient they still need a safety net to assist them once they are on their own.