The Hope Center on Loudon Avenue houses more than 800 of Lexington's nearly 1,500 homeless people nearly every night and provides a host of other services for those with mental health, addiction and employment issues.
The Hope Center on Loudon Avenue houses more than 800 of Lexington's nearly 1,500 homeless people nearly every night and provides a host of other services for those with mental health, addiction and employment issues. Lexington Herald-Leader
The Hope Center on Loudon Avenue houses more than 800 of Lexington's nearly 1,500 homeless people nearly every night and provides a host of other services for those with mental health, addiction and employment issues. Lexington Herald-Leader

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