$545,840 Sheltering and feeding the homeless and impoverished of Lebanon County.
$1,353,600 Case management per need for residents.
$379,500 Long-term savings of moving men, women and children off of public assistance programs toward self-sufficiency…becoming productive citizens.
$12,350* GED program – increasing a person’s self esteem, as well as earning potential and increased tax revenue to the local, state and federal. (*Additional tax revenue on just 10 graduates a year.)
$336,950 Lebanon Free Clinic providing healthcare to those who would otherwise have no other option but to be seen in the emergency room of the Good Samaritan Hospital (includes direct medical services, volunteer hours and medications). Preventive intervention versus full blown disease.
$780,000* Lebanon Rescue Mission operates without burden on federal, state or local tax funding. (*Annual operating budget of all three ministries.)
$18,000* Saving probation costs of monitoring someone who lives at the Mission. (*Savings to the County based on 15 individuals a year.)
$240,900* Savings of jail cost. (An individual coming to LRM versus going to jail.)
Priceless Sheltering our nation’s veterans.
Priceless Requiring residents to live with accountability and responsibility versus taking social services, creating a drain on our county’s health and wellbeing.
Priceless Encouraging and enabling residents to reconcile with family, spouse, and/or children.
Priceless Leading residents to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ…absolutely priceless!