Lutheran Services of Georgia serves and engages the community by bringing hope, healing, and strength to people in need.

LSG brings hope, healing, and strength to people in need, regardless of religion, race, ability, gender or sexual orientation. For 30 years, LSG has provided services ranging from adoption, foster care and family support services, to refugee assistance, disaster response, and disability support for adults.

Through combining the resources of staff, financial donors, various governmental agencies, volunteers, and Lutheran congregations, LSG is able to bring quality programs and services to the people of Georgia.

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As of July 2013, HOPWA Housing program located in Albany, GA comes to LSG. Look out for more details!

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Aimee to Attend World Refugee Day in D.C.!

April 15, 2014

This June, LSG staff member and former refugee Aimee Zangandou will join other former refugees in Washington D.C. to receive leadership training and advocate on behalf of refugees. Aimee was selected to attend Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service’s (LIRS) World … Continue reading

Lutheran Behavioral Health Services Receives Three-Year CARF Accreditation

April 10, 2014

Lutheran Services of Georgia is excited to announce that the Lutheran Behavioral Health Services program (LBHS) recently received a three-year accreditation from CARF International, the maximum length of accreditation that CARF offers to health and human service providers. LBHS offers … Continue reading

ASAP Students Transform Conflict!

April 8, 2014

For Clarkston High School students in Lutheran Services of Georgia‚Äôs Conflict Transformation workshops, learning is much more than listening to lectures or taking notes. One Monday afternoon, students demonstrated that learning is a creative activity. Accompanied by giggles and an … Continue reading