The Lovelady Center Birmingham

Transitional Housing
Birmingham, AL
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7916 2nd Avenue South
Birmingham, AL - 35206

(205) 833-7410 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one info@loveladycenter.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About The Lovelady Center Birmingham

The Lovelady Center provides a home, food, clothing, counseling, spiritual healing, life and self-help classes, medical care, child care, church, GED tutoring, college classes, school for K-8, substance abuse programs, job training, transportation, hope and love to over 400 women and 100 children on a daily basis. 

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Empowering women, through faith-based initiatives, so they can return to society as well-equipped women of God. The program is about empowerment, hope and a belief in the value of each and every human life. It is our mission to help women rebuild their lives and walk forward with faith-driven hope for the future as a contributing member of our community. The Lovelady Program ensures each woman is taught how to overcome barriers to success by providing access to needed services. You can give a person shelter, food and clothing, but if they cannot support themselves, the cycle of poverty and incarceration will not be broken.

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