Our mission is teaching others how to end homelessness, one person at a time.
Since 1989, LTHC has helped community families, children, veterans, and those with disabilities find stable housing and self-sufficiency.
Our nonprofit offers unique programs for our guests, because no two are the same. And, we teach others how to end homelessness by helping community members stay educated.
We’re more than just a shelter.
LTHC Homeless Services (formerly Lafayette Transitional Housing Center) served five homeless families when we opened our doors in 1989. Like many national programs at the time, we offered six-month transitional apartments instead of just setting up a day shelter.
Since then, our mission has shifted to helping families, veterans, and individuals find permanent housing. The number of guests who need our services has increased—but so have our funding streams, donations, and volunteer efforts from generous community members.
Our services are unique, just like our guests.
We understand that our guests’ reasons for homelessness vary, and so do the solutions we offer to help them end their homelessness.
HSP offers guests more than a shelter.
LTHC has a variety of HSP services on-site to help our guests feel as comfortable as possible, including:
It takes a community to fight homelessness.
We’re fortunate to receive funding from generous donors and fundraisers like Homeward Bound and Bingo & Auction Extravaganza. We also work with amazing organizations, agencies, and programs.
We’re supported by the following organizations:
- The Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette
- The Fair Housing Act
- Lafayette Community Development Block Grant
- Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP)
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
- United Way of Greater Lafayette
- West Lafayette Community Development Block Grant
In addition, we work with the following agencies and programs:
- Area IV Agency
- Bauer Family Resources
- City of Lafayette
- City of West Lafayette
- Food Finders Food Bank
- Home with Hope
- Homelessness Prevention and Intervention Network (HPIN)
- Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week (each November)
- Indiana 211
- Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA)
- Lafayette Housing Authority
- Lafayette Urban Ministry (LUM)
- NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
- National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS)
- Riggs Community Health Center
- Tippecanoe County Health Department
- Tippecanoe County Township Trustees
- Veterans’ Services of Tippecanoe County
- Wabash Valley Alliance
- Wabash Valley Alliance PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness)
- YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program
Connect with our team members.
To reach out to one of LTHC’s team members, you can email them or call (765) 423-4880 with the corresponding extension.
Case Manager at Lincoln Center, ext. 2523
Volunteer Coordinator, ext. 2531
Case Manager for Families, ext. 2514
Employment Specialist, ext. 2522
Intake Case Manager, ext. 2515
SSVF Case Manager, ext. 2536
Case Manager, ext. 2529
Finance Director, ext. 2511
Housing Specialist, ext. 2530
Case Manager, ext. 2514
Executive Director, ext. 2510
Programs Director, ext. 2527
Case Manager, ext. 2520
SSVF Case Manager, ext. 2512
Development/Fundraising Coordinator, ext. 2517
Maintenance, ext. 2524
Case Manager, ext. 2513
Development Director, ext. 2532
Case Manager for Individuals, ext. 2525 or (765) 742-7423
Connect with our board of directors.
Board Member, (765) 714-2009
Treasurer, (574) 870-0755
Vice President, (574) 870-3541
Board Member, (773) 837-9216
Engagement Center Committee Chair and SEMI Rep, (765) 494-1043
President, (765) 337-6574
Board Member, (765) 426-3524
Secretary, (765) 743-3089