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.
What People are Saying about LCCH
“Exceptional service performed with a very cheerful, efficient, warm, kind attitude!! My preparer was efficient, intelligent and pleasant!!”
- 2013 VITA client
Facts & Myths About Homelessness
A PERSON IS HOMELESS IF THEY LIVE WITH FRIENDS OR FAMILY MEMBERS.
According to HUD guidelines, a person is only considered to be homeless if he/she resides in a place not meant for human habitation, or resides in a car, an abandoned building, is living on the street or in an emergency shelter, or being evicted within 14 days from their nighttime residence.