“LPCS saved my life and took me from being homeless and helpless, and turned me into a miracle!” -LPCS Graduate

What comes to mind when you see someone ringing a bell?
At LPCS, it is a way to recognize the amazing and wonderful things that Guests, Graduates, and Community Clients are accomplishing. Executive Director Dan Hula wanted to find a way to signify these moments, so he had a bell installed outside of his office. “While it is often easy to get caught up in the hectic and busy nature of our work, the bell has become a symbol of community, celebration, and a reminder to us all why we are here,” shared Hula. Now, the bell is rung every time a member of the LPCS community achieves one of their goals.


 
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2 weeks ago

Sweet home Chicago! The skyline view from the roof of our future home at 1521 N Sedgwick is just one the many things were excited about. We are weeks away from our move into our new facility and are still working on outfitting it with items to support our Permanent Supportive Housing residents, Interim Housing Guests, and Community Clients. Help outfit our new home by purchasing items from our Amazon Wish List! Thank you in advance for your support in making 1521 N. Sedgwick our dream home for every member of the LPCS family!
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Sweet home Chicago! The skyline view from the roof of our future home at 1521 N Sedgwick is just one the many things were excited about. We are weeks away from our move into our new facility and are still working on outfitting it with items to support our Permanent Supportive Housing residents, Interim Housing Guests, and Community Clients. Help outfit our new home by purchasing items from our Amazon Wish List! Thank you in advance for your support in making 1521 N. Sedgwick our dream home for every member of the LPCS family! 
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2 weeks ago

Monday Motivation! Some of our amazing Guests, and one awesome staff member participated in a Mardi Gras 5k/10k hosted by Back on My Feet Chicago. Back on my Feet volunteers come to LPCS a few times a week at 5:30 am to take LPCS Guests for a morning run and to build community. We are so proud of all that participated and grateful for our partnership with Back On My Feet. #lpcschicago #backonmyfeet ... See MoreSee Less

Monday Motivation! Some of our amazing Guests, and one awesome staff member participated in a Mardi Gras 5k/10k hosted by Back on My Feet Chicago. Back on my Feet volunteers come to LPCS a few times a week at 5:30 am to take LPCS Guests for a morning run and to build community. We are so proud of all that participated and grateful for our partnership with Back On My Feet. #lpcschicago #backonmyfeet
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