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Choose the right place, right now by contacting a Trinity senior living community near you.

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I have questions about becoming an LSC foster parent. Tell me more!

A foster child’s life can be lonely and difficult. If you want to help children grow into healthy adults, consider foster parenting.

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I'm worried about mom.

Whether she lives across the country or across the street, LSC wants to help. LSC’s care management program can help you find services, resources, and peace of mind.

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Gifts to LSC help place children in loving adoptive homes, reduce homelessness, provide sanctuary to refugees, improve services to senior adults and so much more.

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Welcome to Lutheran Services Carolinas (LSC), a new collective ministry representing the coming together of two vital health and human service organizations, Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas and Lutheran Services for the Aging. Established in 2011, the LSC affiliation is already enriching services, enhancing opportunities, driving innovation, and improving the lives of more Carolinians.

With the help of thousands of volunteers, donors, and faith partners, LSC helps veterans and others transition from homelessness to dignity; protects children at risk of abuse and neglect with foster care; improves the lives of those battling severe and persistent mental illness through innovative programs; encourages growth and independence for those with developmental disabilities; places children in loving adoptive homes; provides warmth and welcome to refugees seeking sanctuary; and enables many men and women with varying life challenges or disabilities live proudly and independently with residential or supportive services. LSC also provides a comprehensive array of residential options and support services to North Carolina seniors.


High school bands bring parade to Trinity Oaks

West, South, and East Rowan high school bands visited Trinity Oaks to perform a special Veterans Day parade.

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Trinity Oaks names new chaplain

Brenda Bynum has been named the new campus chaplain for Trinity Oaks.

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Charlotte Hornets GM wins Walk of Courage Award

CHARLOTTE — Rich Cho blamed it on a cold, but emotion led him to call Linda Hartke up to the podium Tuesday morning. You could understand why.

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