Lebanon County Coalition to End Homelessness

2019 Point-in-Time Count – Volunteers needed!

The Coalition to End Homeless is currently recruiting volunteers to help with the Point-in-Time count on the evening of January 23rd.  Information collected from the count and survey is required to continue receiving funding for homeless programs, to develop strategies to end homelessness, and to help homeless children and families who are in need.

About us

Formed in 1990 under the United Way of Lebanon County, the Coalition now operates as part of the Community Health Council. The purpose of the LCCEH is to provide leadership in the eradication and prevention of homelessness in Lebanon County.

Learn more by checking out our brochure, membership application, and bylaws:

And to learn what we are doing right now to fulfill our purpose, please check out our 2018-2020 strategic plan, officially approved by the Coalition membership during the January 2018 meeting:

Though it may be official, we see the plan as a living document. As such, we are always open to feedback. Please tell us what you think of the plan by filling out our brief survey here: