The Lord's Place



The Lord’s Place, a non-sectarian, social impact 501(c)3 organization, offers transformative and comprehensive services designed to end homelessness for the most vulnerable and neglected individuals and families in Palm Beach County. This social impact agency has been serving men, women and families in our community for over 40 years through innovative, compassionate, and effective services that are constantly evolving to end local homelessness for good.



2024-2025 United Way Funded Programs

Café Joshua is a comprehensive job training and employment program for homeless and formerly incarcerated adults. The program offers career assessment and planning; job coaching; job skills classes; digital literacy instruction; social enterprise-based job training; cognitive-behavioral intervention workshops; GED/Adult Literacy tutoring; job development; and job placement and retention support.


Alexander Place provides supportive housing to 37 families experiencing homelessness. The campus provides comprehensive wraparound services, including case management, peer support, benefits navigation, job training and placement, adult basic education and GED tutoring, parenting classes, life skills workshops, and health care and coordination. Alexander Place also operates a Youth Services Program for school-aged children living at the campus.


The Street Outreach and Engagement Program builds relationships with individuals and families experiencing unsheltered homelessness and connects them to community resources and services, including basic needs (food, clothing, ID's, hygiene items), benefits (SNAP, Social Security, health insurance), and housing.