Lebanon County Council of Human Service Agencies


The Lebanon County Council of Human Service Agencies (LCCHSA) is a professional networking organization that has been in Lebanon County for over 30 years. We consist of a group of professionals who meet monthly to share updates on our programs, events and offer support for the clients we serve. Meaningful work results from these face-to-face monthly meetings where professionals have the opportunity to network and often collaborate on projects that benefit the citizens of Lebanon County. In addition to sharing monthly updates, we host a monthly speaker or training relevant to our community. It is an excellent opportunity to learn what is happening in Lebanon County. Lunch is available for $15 per person. We meet the second Friday of the month at 12:00 p.m. at Hebron Catering and Events (701 E. Walnut Street, Lebanon). RSVP by noon the Wednesday prior to the meeting. Follow us on Facebook

Meeting Agenda
12:00-12:30- Lunch and Networking
12:30-1:00- Agency Updates
1:00-1:30- Guest Speaker

2022 Officers
President: Lorita Valente, Luthercare
Treasurer: Zina Rabold, SARCC
Secretary: Audrey Lilley, Habitat for Humanity

2023 Guest Speaker Schedule


Aug 11th : Lebanon County Christian Ministries
This visit to LCCM will provide the attendees with current data that is driving change in the charitable food network and the distribution model for LCCM. With the recent opening of the Market on 7th – a charitable food pantry, physical upgrades to the free noon meal, you will not want to miss the opportunity to see the changes. Additionally, LCCM is currently partnered with the Chestnut Street Community Center with the remodeling of the second floor at the CSCC for a single site of FRESH Start Homeless Shelter, a program of LCCM. A lot is changing at LCCM, come for a visit/tour and see what is happening at LCCM!

Sept 8th : Bridge of Hope
Today, more and more families are facing increasing barriers to sustainable housing and financial stability. Unaffordable housing, wage disparity and lack of an informal support system can leave families (mostly single-mother-led households) without options.  What additional supports would be helpful to meet these escalating needs? How do informal supports become vital when the family is ready to move back into housing and beyond? Bridge of Hope believes that when churches respond, homelessness ends, and hope begins. A national program model, each family served is matched with 6-10 well-trained Neighboring Volunteers from a church, Bible study or small group. Neighboring provides families with the tangible and emotional supports we all need when facing a crisis. Neighboring also helps train and guide church volunteers to respond more effectively. On Friday, September 8, Anne Dunnenberger, Bridge of Hope National Director of Outreach, will share more about Bridge of Hope, and how the model can be part of the Lebanon community to further supports for the families you serve. 

Oct 13th:   Union Community Care
Union Community Care’s concept of 360 degree care, which includes urgent sick care, pharmacy, behavioral health, family medical and dental care along with social supports.

Nov 10th:  SARCC
Sexual Assault Resource Counseling Center of Lebanon County has been working hard with other partner agencies and the Connected Together Community Board to determine the root causes of youth risky behaviors in Lebanon County and we would love to share this work with you! Please join us to learn about Lebanon Counties 3 risk factors for youth problematic behaviors and learn how we can work together to address this issues long term.

Dec 8th:  Holiday Lunch- Membership mini presentations


Each year, the LCCHSA offers 3 awards to recognize outstanding individuals in the human service community: Volunteer of the Year Award, Student Scholarship & The Tammi Cassel-Carni Memorial Community Excellence Award. 

Donna Williams (Community Excellence), Kayleigh Civitarese (Student Scholar), Brenda Reigle (Volunteer of the Year)

Now Accepting Applications for 2023