Richard Maurer and Adam Gehr establish the Housing Committee for the Homeless.
The Housing Committee purchases the old King Douglas Hotel.
Harb-Adult opens its doors and the first guest is checked into the hotel. Jay Kiralfy was appointed Hotel Manager.
Harb-Adult adds 3 handicapped access rooms on the first floor.
Harb-Adult is recognized by President George Bush as a “Point of Life.”
Education Support Programs are established for participants.
The organization is renamed to the Transitional Living Center or TLC.
TLC merges with Tabor Community Services.
TLC collaborates with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to establish the Veterans Victory House, designating 10 rooms and a lounge on its fifth floor to serve veterans facing homelessness.
TLC collaborates with other organizations to create the Reentry Management Organization (RMO), to address recidivism in the county.
The Family Emergency Shelter Program was introduced.
Added a Community Homeless Outreach Worker.
TLC introduces its Bridges to Housing program of Housing,
which incorporates Trauma-Informed Care approaches
into practice within a Housing First strategy for homelessness services delivery.
High Grant provides funding to fix elevator with transportation to all five floors.
TLC program celebrates 25 years bridging homelessness to housing!
TLC adds an Education Coordinator role to provide on-site educational support and advocacy for TLC families.
TLC introduces the Pilot Permanent Housing (PPH) program and a brand new logo.
TLC begins its first yearly Empty Bowls fund raising events hosted by Keven Lehman Pottery and the Creative factory to raise money to support the TLC program’s efforts to end homelessness. Check out our video on Youtube.
After 28 years of service to TLC Maggie Kiralfy retires.