The Lawrenceville Housing Authority provides a variety of services with support from our community partners to our residents with the goal of promoting self-sufficiency.
We had more than 500 books donated that were given away to local children at our back to school event this August.
The Financial 360 graduates from Spring 2014 pose for a picture after receiving their Certificates of Completion from The Brand Bank.
The Gwinnett County Fire Dept Station 15 came to our summer lunch program to let the children learn about the fire truck and also teach them about fire safety.
"Tools for School" Back to School Event
LHA holds a back to school event each August to help provide residents and local community families with back packs and school supplies thanks to our partnership with Infiniti of Gwinnett's Back to School Back Pack Program and other local sponsors.
In partnership with The Brand Bank, residents can participate in a free 3-month financial education course. The course covers a wide range of financial topics including basic money management, payments, credit, debt management, and homeownership. Participants who complete both the in-person training and the online learning modules receive a Certificate of Completion from The Brand Bank.
Boys and Girls Club of Lawrenceville
LHA has had a long standing relationship with the Boys and Girls Club of Lawrenceville and provides opportunities for our residents age 6-18 to attend the club both during the school year and during the summer. For more information on the Boys and Girls Club of Lawrenceville, click here.
LHA is committed to assisting residents find employment and provides referrals for several services for residents and their job search journey. See our employment guide for more information.
The Lion's Club of Lawrenceville performs visual health screenings a few times per year at different LHA facilities. See our calendar below for upcoming dates! For more information on the Lion's Club and their mission,click here.