The Lancaster City Housing Authority (LCHA) is fully committed to offering our residents support as they seek increased economic independence, improved mental and physical health and an overall better quality of life. We do this by providing direct services, engaging in grant funded initiatives and through collaboration with organizations in our community.
Our Resident Services staff seek to connect residents to programs, services, information, and opportunities that help them navigate through challenges and overcome obstacles to reach their goals.
Lancaster Neighborhood Senior Center
Partnered with Lancaster County Office of Aging and Community Action Partnership
33 East Farnum Street
One stop shop for anyone in the community seeking services that enable them to lead a happy healthy productive life.
630 Almanac Avenue
ROSS (Resident Opportunities and Self-Sufficiency) Program
Enable participating families to increase earned income, reduce or eliminate the need for welfare assistance, make progress toward achieving economic independence and housing self-sufficiency.
FSS (Family Self-Sufficiency) Program
Provide resident's with financial case management, coaching services, and a match-saving incentive.
Protect and promote Senior’s interest, dignity and wellbeing; we encourage our seniors to participate in family and social events to help promote emotional health.
Residents Council's meet monthly to discuss opportunities and lead programs focused on education, health, and well-being.
Provide information and resources regarding non-profit, government, social service, community based and educational institutions.
Health and Wellness
Improve mental health and physical health by providing peer counselors and physical activities, connect to local food sources, and provide events that promote wellness and engagement.
Assist our residents in reaching goals through educational workshops and programming.