Helping Lubbock County families during vulnerable times
We believe we are called to help people in their times of greatest need. Neighborhood House, founded in 1967 when we were known as Lutheran Social Services of the South, is an emergency assistance program that provides families with children, people with disabilities, and the elderly, with food vouchers, hygiene products, prescriptions, utility assistance and other necessities.
More than 7,000 families in Lubbock County receive help from Neighborhood House each year.
About Neighborhood House:
- The targeted client population consists of single mothers, elderly and disabled (on fixed incomes at poverty level or below), the homeless and marginally homeless, and persons who are in a temporary financial crisis.
- The average household income for qualifying individuals is $800 per month.
- It is one of the leading providers of utility assistance in Lubbock County, and in 2014, arranged more than $800,000 in utility payments.
Neighborhood House needs your help.
Neighborhood House is made possible by funding from public and private grants, Upbring’s Annual Spring Fling fundraiser, and private donations. A donation to this program will directly support this expanding area of work. Make a donation today!
1212 13th Street, Suite 102
Lubbock, TX 79401
Email: [email protected]
Ph: (806) 741-0459
Fax: (806) 762-6520
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday