Licking County Coalition for Housing
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Q: What does your organization do?
A: LCCH is a private, not-for-profit organization serving Licking County residents. LCCH is not a government agency or real estate firm. Click on About LCCH or Need Help? for more information about the specific programs we offer.

Q: Do you have low-income apartments?
A: No. If you are interested in locating income based housing, or any housing in Licking County, click on Rental Housing Search, or contact LCCH for a Housing Options appointment.

Q: What is transitional housing?
A: Transitional housing is a program which provides apartments to households who meet HUD’s definition of homelessness: living in a shelter, a place not meant for human habitation, or on the street. LCCH has over 40 fully furnished units to provide housing to eligible households. In addition to housing, the program provides intense case management services to assist participants in regaining stability and moving on to permanent housing. More information is available under Need Help? .

Q: Do you provide emergency housing?
A: No. If you are in need of a place to sleep for the night, contact The Salvation Army at 740-345-8120 (days) or 740-345-8120/740-345-3289 (evenings and week-ends). The Crisis and Information Center at 211 or 740-345-HELP(4357) is available 24-hours a day with helpful information and referral options. If you are a victim of domestic violence, contact New Beginnings Center for Domestic Violence at 740-349-8719 or toll-free 1-800-686-2760. Single males may call St. Vincent Haven Shelter at 740-670-0823. If you are in danger of losing your housing, complete the contact form under Need Help? or contact LCCH at 740-345-1970 or 1-877-421- 5224(LCCH) for further assistance.

Q: Do you help with metro (Licking Metropolitan Housing Authority) deposit assistance?
A: Project Homeline can assist those persons with a Housing Choice Voucher (issued by the Licking Metropolitan Housing Authority). These funds are limited, and will be awarded to eligible applicants only. If we are unable to provide assistance, we can offer information and referrals to other community resources that may be able to assist you. More information is available under Need Help? .

Q: Do you help with utilities?
A: When funding is available, Project Homeline can provide utility assistance to those persons who meet specific eligibility guidelines. Clients will be provided with information and referrals to other sources, for additional assistance. LCCH cannot assist with phone or cable bills. More information is available under Need Help? .

Q: Do you help with deposit and rental assistance?
A: When funding is available, Project Homeline can provide deposit and rental assistance to eligible applicants. More information is available under Need Help? .

Q: Do you provide transportation assistance?
A: LCCH provides transportation assistance only to Transitional Housing clients.

Q: Do you help with or give people furniture or appliances?
A: LCCH residents successfully completing the Transitional Housing Program are often assisted with donated items, as available. Project Homeline can provide information and referrals to other community resources that may be able to assist with needed items.

Q: Do you help with _________?
A: Here are a few of the things LCCH is not able to assist with:

  • Food
  • Storage units
  • Cable
  • Moving expenses
  • Phone
  • Property taxes

Refer to the Community Resource page under Learn More for other agencies that may be able to help.

Q: Do you accept donations of furniture, dishes, etc. ?
A: Yes, we accept donations of most items necessary to furnish or stock an apartment. We cannot accept clothing or bedding at this time. Please click on Want to Help? for more information.

Q: Can I volunteer at LCCH?
A: Please click on Want to Help? for more information about volunteer opportunities.