Victory House of Lehigh Valley
314 Filmore St.
Bethlehem, PA - 18015
Who We Serve (profile of our clients):
Men, ages 18-65, who voluntarily enter the program with the aim of transitioning to independent living in the community
May have been recently incarcerated and released
May be in recovery for drug or alcohol abuse
In need of temporary housing
Suffering from treatable medical or mental health issues
Referred to Victory House through The Veterans Administration or county drug and
Alcohol agencies and other local referring partners.
Insure residential stability through medical and psychiatric services to help residents remain drug and alcohol free
Increase residents personal skills (through continuing education) to secure employment
Increase residents abilities to secure independent living through greater self-determination.
Does Victory House accept clothing donations?
Victory House will gladly accept mens clothing. However, due to limited storage space, we ask that you first call to inquire if we can accept your donation at that time. Please contact Brian Smith at 610-691-3373, X314
Does Victory House need volunteers?
Volunteer are always needed. Please see our volunteers page regarding our needs by clicking here.
How do homeless men come to Victory House?
Referrals are typically made by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, or Lehigh County and Northampton County Division of Drugs and Alcohol.
How long may a resident remain at Victory House?
Initially a resident may stay at Victory House up to 45 days, provided they follow their case management plan and all the rules of the facility. If that is completed successfully, a continued stay is decided on a case-by-case basis.
How many residents can stay at Victory House?
There are beds for 40 residents, containing four bathrooms, three commons rooms, two kitchens and dining rooms, as well as a computer lab, a library, and a health center.
As a homeless veteran, how can apply to Victory House?
Contact the Allentown Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic at 610-776-4304 and ask for Thomas Gonzales, Homeless Veterans Social Worker.
What is the best way to donate to Victory House?
Donate on the Make a Donation button. Any questions, contact Brian Smith at 610-691-3373, X314
What types of funding does Victory House receive?
Victory House is a major recipient of funding from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, The Lehigh County and Northampton County Divisions of Drugs and Alcohol, grants from cities, private foundations, churches, businesses (in-kind), private grants, and from generous individuals throughout the community.
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