Launched in 1985 as Center City Ministries, a collaborative church effort, Victory House of Lehigh Valley provided shelter to those who had no place to lay their head at night. Today, we continue our services in the belief that faith can make things new. In our 25 years of service, we've opened the doors to a changed life for more than 3,500 men.
Our Mission: Victory House is a community-based organization committed to addressing the problems of homeless men. We provide shelter services and resources to support a transition toward self-sufficient living. This work is an expression of our personal faith, hope and compassion.
Program Services: VH provides a comprehensive array of supportive services and collaborates with several community-based organizations to provide a complete service system that offers:
Results: At the time they enter Victory House, homeless men are often in crisis, struggling with chemical dependencies, and facing physical and mental problems. When they leave Victory House:
In 2012, 11,936 nights of shelter were provided for 111 men and 71 men transitioned into independent housing.
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Thank You to our Sponsors and Players! A special appreciation to all of our volunteers who helped make the 9th Annual Charity Golf Classic a special day!..more info
Nam Knights of America MC - Lehigh Valley Chapter (Slacker, RJ and Wing Nut) donate groceries and clothing gift cards to Victory House Homeless Veterans Program. Thank you for your sup..more info
Nam Knights of America Lehigh Valley Chapter receiving a big "thank you" from Pat DiLuzio, Executive Director of Victory House Lehigh Valley after donating a generous supply of gently used w..more info
On November 11, 2014 the Landis Family Charity Foundation organized a Landis Cup $100,000 Charity Shootout. 150 golfers and guests participated in the event along with generous sponsors and..more info
Victory House of Lehigh Valley a local shelter for homeless veterans and local homeless men was awarded a $5,000 Community Partnership grant from the (http://www.lvcfoundation.org)Lehigh Valle..more info