Licking County Coalition for Housing

Who We Are and What We Do.

LCCH provides a wide variety of housing services to homeless and low-income members of our Licking County community. LCCH now operates over 40 units of Transitional Housing for homeless families and individuals - serving nearly 80 households (including more than 100 homeless children) every year.

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Need Help?

Are you looking for housing? Answer a few quick questions so we can better understand how we can help.

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Want to Help?

Want to get involved? Find out more about how you can volunteer.

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Donate Now!

Want to contribute? Monetary donations and household items are always needed.

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What People Are Saying About LCCH

“LCCH is helping me find permanent housing. This is very important not only for myself but my child, as well. To show my child a sense of responsibility and the feeling of a safe environment. They have also helped me with my car. Without my car, I couldn’t work. Without working, I can’t have a home. In the end, it all ties in together.”
- Transitional Housing and Project Homeline participant

Facts & Myths About Homelessness

FACT: According to fair market rent value in 2012, an average one bedroom apartment in Licking County will rent for $625 per month. This means a person would have to work 40 hours a week at a pay rate of $9.76 per hour to afford that apartment.

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