Chicago Programs

"Olive Branch Mission, a thread of character, compassion and conscience woven into the tapestry of Chicago since 1867."

Lamplight I provides overnight shelter and interim housing (meals, clothing, showers, housing applications, job referral services, case management, personal development classes, and  other support services...) in the process of moving homeless single women, mothers with children and intact families to more stable housing.

Branch of Love Permanent Housing

Capacity: 66 Apartments

Provides apartments, case management and support services to individuals and families who qualify for the program.

Daybreak provides overnight shelter and interim housing (meals, clothing, showers, housingapplications, job referral services, case management, personal development classes, and other support services...) in the process of moving homeless men to more stable housing.

Food Services Program annually prepares and serves over 425,000 meals for homeless guests and hungry individuals and families across community. The Olive Branch kitchen provides formal "Food Service" training and preparation for the Food Service/Handling examination and certification for clients interested in attaining a career in culinary arts.

LTO provides 7-9 months of residential addiction recovery and life transforming change for homeless men.  Services include: case management and support services, counseling, character formation classes, literacy training, high school completion (GED), other education options, employment training/placement, and more.

Olive Branch Mission

​Administrative Offices​: ​6310 S. Claremont Ave,  ​Chicago, Illinois 60636 | Tel: 773.476.6200, Fax: 773.476.0222