“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. Former 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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10 hours ago

Check out members of our awesome Associate Board enjoying the view from our roof at 1521 N Sedgwick! The group got a special tour and sneak peek of the space at the May meeting. We can't wait to officially call this place home! #lpcschicago #missionovereverything ... See MoreSee Less

Check out members of our awesome Associate Board enjoying the view from our roof at 1521 N Sedgwick! The group got a special tour and sneak peek of the space at the May meeting. We cant wait to officially call this place home! #lpcschicago #missionovereverything
Lincoln Park Community Services added 229 new photos — at Goodman Theatre.
Lincoln Park Community Services

2 days ago

Please enjoy these photos taken at our most recent production of the Homeless Monologues at Goodman Theatre! Thank you to Laura Salter, Harsh Gagoomal, and Howard Moore for spearheading the production, direction, and writing, to our amazing actors for dedicating their time and talent, to our Guests and Graduates for sharing their stories, to our sponsors, and to everyone who attended! We can't wait for next year!

Photo Credit: DC Herman www.dchermanphoto.com/index.html
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