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  • May 2, 2017

    Lutheran Services in America Voices Continued Opposition to the American Health Care Act

    Converting Medicaid to Per Capita Caps Puts our Nation's Most Vulnerable People at Risk -- Denying Coverage for People with Pre-Existing Conditions would be Devastating for those with Chronic Diseases and Disabilities

  • April 20, 2017

    Lutheran Services in America Partners with Annie E. Casey Foundation

    LSA to Enhance Work for Vulnerable Populations with Results-Based Leadership(RBL)

    Lutheran Services in America, one of the largest nonprofit health and human services networks in the United States, recently tapped the Casey Foundation’s expertise in results-based leadership (RBL) to enhance the impact of its work on behalf of vulnerable children and families. This collaboration has been helping network leaders develop core competencies and skills that have already led to measurable improvements in such areas as adoption and school readiness. In the RBL program, 4,000...

  • March 22, 2017

    The LSA 20-500 Fund Achieves its $500,000 Goal

    Six months ahead of schedule, LSA 20-500 Fund reaches $500,000

    Thanks to you we achieved our goal—we successfully raised $500,000—and we did so six months ahead of schedule. Launched in 2014, the LSA 20-500 Fund was a 3-year fundraising campaign designed to strengthen and enhance our network in key strategic ways.The campaign funded new initiatives that increased members’ technical expertise,...

  • March 15, 2017

    Lutheran Services in America to Congress: Reject the American Health Care Act

    The Congressional Budget Office confirms that the American Health Care Act will put our nation’s most vulnerable people at risk. The Act will cut federal Medicaid spending by $880 billion over ten years with 14 million Americans losing the care that Medicaid provides them.

  • March 8, 2017

    Congress Should Reject the American Health Care Act

    As introduced, the American Health Care Act will jeopardize the health care and long term services and supports of millions of Americans by fundamentally restructuring Medicaid in the form of per capita caps, decreasing federal spending on Medicaid and reducing overall levels of health care coverage. Lutheran Services in America urges Congress to reject the American Health Care Act.