Services

The Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio provides the following services:

  • Mental Health Counseling for Adults, Children and Families

  • Domestic Violence Groups and Offenders and Counseling for Victims
  • Anger Management Group

  • Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Financial Opportunity Center Program: Learning How to Manage Your Money

  • SIEMER Housing Program: Keeping Families in the Community
  • Mental Health Therapy

  • Individual & Family Therapy

  • Children, Youth & Family Services

  • Alcohol & Drug Counseling

  • Intensive Outpatient Group

  • Non-Intensive Outpatient Group

  • Suboxone Assisted Recovery

  • Survivors of Suicide Group

  • Trauma Recovery

  • Treatment for PTSD

  • Therapy for Military Personnel & Their Families

Special Services

Financial Opportunity Center - 419-475-3258

SIEMER Homeless Prevention (Toledo) - 419-243-9178

Human Trafficking Coalition - 419-243-9178

Adult & Psychiatry (Lima) - 419-879-6029

Emergency Choice Food Pantry - 419-243-9178

Anger Management Groups  (Toledo) - 419-243-9178

Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio

Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio (LSSNWO) is a Christian agency founded in 1911 by the Fremont Conference of the American Lutheran Church. LSSNWO is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and recognized by the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS). More than 200 Lutheran congregations in Northwestern Ohio are corporate members of LSSNWO. Lutheran Social Services also is a member of one of the nation’s largest service organization – Lutheran Services of America.