Lighthouse Youth & Family Services

Empowering young people and families to succeed through a continuum of care that promotes healing and growth.
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ESTABLISHED: 1969

MISSION: Empower young people and families to succeed through a continuum of care that promotes healing and growth.

SERVING OUR COMMUNITY: Lighthouse Youth & Family Services provides a range of trauma-informed services to help young people ages 0–25 and their families heal and grow. Each one receives individualized care and unconditional support so they are better equipped to thrive.

Lighthouse provides:
• The only local emergency shelter for teens.
• Mental and behavioral health care.
• Foster care and adoption.
• Residential treatment.
• OhioRISE, a program focused on keeping more children and families together by creating new access to in-home and community-based services.
• Services to help youth involved in the juvenile justice system succeed by staying crime-free, achieve academically, and get and keep jobs.
• Street outreach and resource center for homeless youth.
• Shelter, housing, and life skills training for young people ages 17–24 experiencing homelessness.

LEADERSHIP
Paul Haffner, President & CEO
Thuy Kolik, Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Jodi Harding, Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Cathy Goold, Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer
Jessica Wabler, Vice President of Development & Grants
Board Chair: Tamie Sullivan
Board Members: Doug Bierer, Steve Campbell, Bobby Cave, Elena Comeaux, Nicole Dowdell, Ken Feldmann, Dawn Green, Roni Hyman, Allison Kahn, Kick Lee, Santoshi Mahendra, Byron McCauley, Kareem Moncree-Moffett, Barry Morris, Lisa O’Brien, Kenneth Parker, Stephen Peterson, Bob Rich, Greg Rouan, Amber Simpson, Amy Susskind, Deborah White Richardson, Bob Zepf

OTHER WAYS TO HELP
• Light up the holiday season for young people in need by joining the Lighthouse Happy Holidays Gift Drive.

• Donate a delicious meal to a Lighthouse shelter and remind the young people living there someone cares and wants to help them. Meals can be prepared and served at the shelter, made at home and dropped off, or ordered and delivered.

• Give an experience. Donate tickets to sporting events, performances, museums, or amusement parks.

• Become a member of the Lighthouse YP Committee. Share your talents and energy to make a positive impact for youth in need.

• Volunteer to help plan one of our special events.

401 E. McMillan St.
Cincinnati, OH 45206
(513) 221-3350
www.lys.org

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