The Lux is two programs in one: a transitional housing program and a long term housing program. While each program has specific staff, both staff teams work together so everyone at the Lux can access a variety of programming.
To offer both transitional and long term housing and assist people in addressing their health issues and working towards goals they identify as meaningful to them.
WHO IS INVOLVED
The community at the Lux includes people who are coping with the realities of long term homelessness, substance use, and complex physical and mental health concerns and the impact of trauma.
WHAT IT IS
All 92 units (25 transitional and 67 long term) are self-contained, with their own kitchen and bathroom, and nine are wheelchair accessible. Staff use a strength-based approach to identify, acknowledge, and build on each individual’s strengths, skills, and competencies. The Lux staff hold tenant-driven events and activities to help establish connections and link tenants to community-based resources.
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