Meet our Members

  • June 8, 2015

    Gathering in Sacramento Yields Ideas, Sharing & Transformation

    Children, Youth & Family Community of Practice

    In April, during the LSA Annual Conference in San Antonio, 12 LSA member organizations began a journey with The Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Provider Exchange® on a program to foster an outcomes focused organizational culture and improve the lives of at-risk children and families.

  • June 5, 2015

    World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

    Lutherans are the largest faith-based group serving seniors in the U.S. today, and approximately 20% of the senior residential living units among the top 100 non-profit senior providers in the U.S. are members of the Lutheran Services in America network. With two-thirds of our 307 members providing services to seniors, our network serves a tremendous number of people, and we thank and recognize the many people who have heard the call to serve and walk alongside older Americans. Part of the...

  • May 29, 2015

    White House Conference on Aging Invites Additional LSA Members to Regional Forum

    CEOs of Diakon and National Lutheran Communities & Services Represent Lutheran Social Ministry at Boston Gathering of Senior Services Leaders

    Earlier in 2015, the White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) launched a series of regional forums to provide input and ideas for the 2015 White House Conference on Aging, which will take place on July 13 in Washington, DC. The forums, which are by invitation only, are designed to engage with leaders in the field of aging, older adults, their families, caregivers, and others on key issues affecting older Americans.

  • May 26, 2015

    Lutheran Services in America Selected by The Annie E. Casey Foundation to Participate in Provider Exchange

    Program Aims to Improve Lives of At-Risk Children and Families Throughout the U.S.

    Lutheran Services in America (LSA) announced it has been invited by The Annie E. Casey Foundation to participate in the Provider Exchange®, a network of child welfare providers that commit their work to improve the lives of children and families. The LSA cohort of providers will create evidence-based practices and outcomes-guided programs to improve the well-being and lives of at-risk youth and families across the United States.

  • May 20, 2015

    The LSA Disability Network in Action

    Members Come Together to Share Best Practices & Learn from One Another on the Topic of Transitioning to Community Living

    In May, leaders from LSA Disability Network member Cedar Lake traveled from Louisville, KY to Watertown, WI to meet with leadership and program staff of fellow LSA Disability Network member Bethesda Lutheran Communities. Cedar Lake was eager to learn more about Bethesda’s successful transition to community living for all of the long-term residents of their historic, campus-based Intermediate Care Facility (ICF).