September 29, 2016

As many walk past TLC at 105 E. King Street, few realize the magnitude of the building. Even after walking in, one does not appreciate the size of the building and the number of people we have living with us as they work their way out of homelessness back to permanent...

September 22, 2016

Back to school is a hectic time for all and at TLC it is certainly no different. Currently, the number of kids at TLC is 40, with a total population of over 100 in the building. This puts a lot of work on our family case manager, Steven, but he handles it with ease. Wo...

September 15, 2016

Derrick and Jamie just needed the opportunity to get back on their feet. Despite Derrick having a job, sometimes it was difficult to make ends meet. At one point, the only housing option that was available to them was paying a weekly rate in a hotel, which hardly left...

September 8, 2016

In 1985, Adam Gehr helped form a committee to respond to a need for transitional housing in Lancaster. The committee created the non-profit organization Harb Adult, its purpose to provide a safe harbor for adults experiencing homelessness. Soon, they realized adults of...

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