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

“The life I was used to was drugs, alcohol, and crime. That is not who I am or what I do anymore. This place has given me stability and responsibility.”
- Transitional Housing and Project Homeline participant

Facts & Myths About Homelessness

FACT: Women comprise 65% of homeless adults in Ohio. There were more than 35,000 homeless children in Ohio in 2011. Rural people who become homeless are more likely to be white, employed females than their urban counterparts. They are also more likely to be homeless for the first time.

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