Lighthouse Reunion

November 9, 2019

You're invited to the Lighthouse Reunion! Enjoy a fall festival full of fun, food, music, petting zoo, and much more! This reunion is about bringing together past and present clients, employees, board members, volunteers, and honorees to celebrate where we've been and where we're going. Come, bring your family, and have a good time, rain or shine! Looking forward to celebrating with you!

Cincinnati Enquirer: A Tower and a Beacon Called Home

March 23, 2017

Ryan Hall breaks into a wide smile when he recognizes the young man sitting on a retaining wall taking a long drag off a cigarette outside the Downtown library. “Hey man, how are you?” asks Hall, a homeless outreach manager for Lighthouse Youth Services. “You doing OK? Where you staying?”

Student Finds His Way Back After Time at Lighthouse’s Paint Creek

March 5, 2017

The reason he thinks he's made it through, “It’s faith. There’s a reason. I feel like I was supposed to go to Paint Creek. I honestly feel like I wouldn’t be the young man I am today. I feel like I wouldn’t think how I think. I wouldn’t move how I move. I feel like I really needed that time to evaluate myself as a person and find out who I am.”

Hoodies for the Holidays

December 12, 2016

Donate a new hoodie or gift card for a teenager in need at Nothing Bundt Cakes Bakeries in Mason or Hyde Park, the Corner Coffee Cafe, Ladder 19 or Uncle Woody’s. Thank you!

WLWT: #GivingTuesday About Helping Others

December 1, 2015

Lighthouse President and CEO Bob Mecum says a simple mantra guides his work at Lighthouse Youth Services. "We help ourselves by helping others. We make ourselves stronger by helping others. We make our community stronger by helping others. We become a better person in so many ways by helping others, and that’s what makes this country great," he said.