Lonely? Scared? Hurting? Lost?

Are you facing a crisis and need immediate help?
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LYDIA, Inc. is empowering families in crisis through life coaching, life skills classes, non-medical case management, and a professional attire clothes closet. 

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Upcoming Events

With your business clothes closet donations we hope to have an annual fashion show beginning Labor Day weekend 2019.  Please check back frequently to find out dates and continue your support or receive services through LYDIA, Inc. 

 

Share Your Fashion Sense!

So many clothes. We need to organize it better.

Love Kon Mari? Enjoying “Tidying Up” on Netflix?

Just ready to Spring Clean? We take your professional clothes, gently used, like-new, or still with tags on them; shoes; accessories; and other necessities for interviews and securing employment.

Support Services

LYDIA offers a wide range of services to support families and individuals. If you don’t see something that you need, please contact us to see if we can help.

Life Direction

Bring balance and clarity in the midst of the confusion. Working closely with a certified life coach, cut through all the noise and distress to focus on what really matters. We are solution-focused in our approach, and client-focused in every session. It’s about what you need and what’s best for your family.

Case Management

Worried about navigating all the services out there or not even sure where to begin? Let us help.
We get it. The paperwork is overwhelming. Applying for welfare, gathering information and forms, filling everything out – it can get exhausting. We walk with you through the entire process, even providing written referrals when needed.

Family Crisis

Job loss. Divorce. Sudden move. Death in the family. Children acting out. No more passion in the relationship. You talk, we listen. No judgment.

Suits You

On your way to a job interview and need more professional attire? Maybe you just got a new job and need the appropriate work clothes. We can help.

Workshops & Classes

We teach groups and small classes topics such as basic life skills in financial literacy and cooking to job skills such as resume writing and interview techniques.

Job Skills & Interviews

Life Skills

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News and Updates from LYDIA

Why LYDIA, Inc.

I’ve had many questions about “why LYDIA, Inc.?” – “what is the idea?”, “what is the concept?”, “what is the reality?”, “what do we want?”, and “why?”, “why?”, “why?”, “why?”, “why?” In 2002 I was the happiest I could ever be. I got married. In 2003, I got pregnant...

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First Days at a New Job

The kids and I have been rewatching episodes of a t.v. show where the mom got a new job, really without discussing it with the rest of the family – discussing it, but not really listening to the concerns of all involved…. The other day, I was talking to a friend about...

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Make a Difference

This article was shared with us: On Welzoo Organizational Support Here are the highlights: A homeless man, down-on-his-luck, refused to stay “stuck” and peppered his local community with his resume and applications for work. He landed a job as a cook – which is what...

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Ages and Stages

“You’re always getting on to me! It’s not fair!” Staring down my 12 year old, I pause a moment and try to consider where she’s coming from; what she really needs from me. Frustrated, she sighs and stomps off to her room. I wait a moment before following her. Quietly...

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For the Weary Mom and Dads

Let your “Yes” be YES, and your “No” be NO. “Consistency is key” These “trite” sayings sound so easy – ARE easy to say, but are more challenging to DO. Let your yes mean YES – you concur. You agree. You permit it to happen. It has your blessing. Let your no mean NO –...

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DISCLAIMER

Life coaching is not therapeutic in nature. Therapeutic services must be provided by a licensed mental health practitioner. We reserve the right to refer out for mental health emergencies or services. If you feel out of control or suicidal, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at: 1-800-273-8255

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