Lutheran Social Services
- Nonprofit & Community Organizations
- Health Care
Since 1882, Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan (LSS) has empowered communities to better their health and well being. Inspired by Christ, we help improve the lives of those we serve. Our history began when Pastor E.J. Homme opened a home for orphaned children in Wittenberg, Wisconsin.
Whether it is a child in crisis, a family in turmoil, a young woman who is struggling with addiction or a refugee family seeking to make a new life in a new home, LSS has been a welcoming and trusted place to turn to for assistance. Individuals in our community rely on our organization to help remove barriers and improve their quality of life. If not for organizations like ours, they would be left unserved and their needs unmet. Our services impact 37,000 individuals each year throughout Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, and the vast majority of those people have indicated we have improved their quality of life and are satisfied with our services.
From I-94 Take 68th/70th St. Exit and head South. Turn East on Washington St. Arrive at 6737 W Washington St.