Family Promise of Lubbock's mission is to provide homeless families with children the tools necessary to achieve long term financial, parental and personal self-sufficiency through a comprehensive program of temporary housing, case management and supportive services.

Our History

Lubbock Interfaith Hospitality Network, a nonprofit, non-denominational, volunteer-based organization, opened its doors in the fall of 1998 reaching out to homeless families with children. In early 2006 Lubbock Interfaith Hospitality Network changed its name to Family Promise of Lubbock. This newer name consists of simple words that deliver a powerful message of hope. It is a pledge of our commitment to help families with children achieve stability and self-sufficiency.

Family Promise partners with religious congregations, community organizations and local social service organizations to help families achieve sustainable independence. We are one of 200 Family Promise affiliates operating in 42 states; we are linked by membership to the National Family Promise in Summit, NJ.