28 March 2010 3 Comments


Thank you for visiting our website. YOU are very important to us.

Every day, the Lodestar Day Resource Center (LDRC) works to help hundreds of individuals end their homelessness. However, we are not only focused solely on our individual clients. We see homelessness as a societal challenge; as long as one individual in Maricopa County is sleeping on the street, there is more work that we all must do, together. We are also passionate about engaging individuals with homes to get involved, and to learn more about the amazing transformations that happen every day at the LDRC. We do not simply want our clients to find homes, but we want to help them look at their lives in a holistic way – to “create positive, long-term life changes.”

Describing the LDRC on a website absolutely cannot give the reader a full picture. The LDRC is a place of healing, productivity, and transformation – please come visit us – come experience. Please contact us to request a tour of our facility.

3 Responses to “Welcome”

  1. Melinda Gray 24 July 2013 at 4:17 pm #

    Hello Lodestar!!! Desperately been trying to find an email address for your Human Resources office in your Human Services department …I have tried to call your main office and have not reached a human voice.

    Can anyone there help me??

    Thank you,
    Melinda Gray

  2. admin 2 August 2013 at 7:34 am #

    I am so sorry for all the trouble you’ve experienced!

    It can be a little bit disorienting at first, but the Lodestar Day Resource Center is just one of many agencies on the physical Human Services Campus. Strangely enough, the Human Services Campus is also an organization that shares the facilities on the Human Services Campus and acts as an independent agency. You can find their contact information, as well as lots of other useful information, on their website at http://www.humanservicescampus.org/contact

  3. james malenfant 18 November 2013 at 11:05 am #

    The LDRC was a godsend. The people are so nice, and when you are homeless, that is important. Never was I made to feel like I was less of a person just because I was in need. I love everyone there and I hope you do too!

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