Welcome to Victory House
Since 1985, Victory House has helped over 3,500 homeless men regain their lives. This work is an expression of our personal faith, hope and compassion.Victory House of Lehigh Valley, located in Bethlehem, PA, is a nonprofit, community-based organization committed to addressing the problems of homeless men -- veterans and non-veterans between the ages of 18 and 65. The 40-bed facility provides 24-hour emergency shelter, transitional housing and supportive services such as counseling, life skills education, medical care and employment assistance to males who have found themselves displaced due to recent incarceration, mental health or substance abuse issues or other related dependency problems.
We provide a comprehensive life re-education program designed to aid in a successful transition to self-sufficient living and insure success upon discharge. The skill building and training provided bestows empowerment, develops hope and maintains dignity through teaching problem resolution techniques, money management, assessment of job skills, job training and aid in finding and securing suitable permanent housing.
Victory House is unique because all clients participating in our program are required to give back to the community through mandatory community service hours.
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Coming in 2015...
Victory House Annual Golf Outing - June 8th at Green Pond Country Club
Musikfest Parking at Victory House
Salute the Troops Concert
news & EVENTS
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