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This is exactly why LTHC's new facility, the Engagement Center, will have 4 medical respite rooms. So that people who are experiencing homelessness can RECOVER safely after a hospital stay. Want to learn more about the Engagement Center? https://lthc.net/homeless-shelters-lafayette-indiana/ ... See more
There are growing calls in San Diego to provide housing or resources for housing after patients are done receiving urgent medical care.
Shout out to Purdue Federal Credit Union! They “auctioned” off good parking spots during the winter and donated the proceeds to LTHC.
Meet Hallie from City Bus! We were blown away with all the compassionate services that they are offering in our community and we look forward to partnering with them! Hallie can help any person in Greater Lafayette to understand the City Bus phone app, plan a route, and she will even do a ride-along to help overcome questions or nerves! Contact her at email@example.com to get connected! ... See more
Say hello to Girl Scout Troop 4431! If these pictures don't show you that everyone can do something to help, I don't know what would! Thank you, young ladies, for making beautifully decorated sack lunches for our guests. ... See more
We're really hurting for lady's underpants!
Guest Services provides basic necessities to our friends experiencing homelessness. Sometimes our drawers are empty and we can use your help! Items can be dropped of at the Howarth Center or mailed to Jennifer Shook at the LTHC 615 North 18th Street, Ste. 102, Lafayette, IN 47904. ... See more
One of our sign up lists to help keep us stocked up!
This sign up will be used to keep Ivan's kitchen stocked with his favorite ingredients!
Faces of Homelessness Meet Ron -- this was him a few weeks ago when he stopped in to share how well he was doing. He is about eight months sober and working. Did I mention he is also housed on his own? Ron has reconnected with family members to mend those fences. He wanted to make sure we knew he was doing well and without the "kick in the pants" from our staff to motivate him, he would probably still be on the streets. ... See more
Happy Birthday, Nettie Haab! She is one our favorite volunteers and she’s serving us on her special day!
Faces of Homelessness This is about a guest who didn't want to share his picture but did want our community to celebrate with him that he is sleeping in a bed for the first time in EIGHT years thanks to LTHC's help. He became homeless after his wife died and his world fell apart....he's starting to put it back together. . ... See more
Our newest friends! Thank you guys so much for the heavy lifting!