Located in Mercer County and expanding to other areas, for 30 years LifeTies has advanced its mission of providing quality care and services to youth in crisis due to sexual orientation, gender, abuse, neglect, homelessness and various health issues. Through their four programs: RAINBOW HOUSE, group home for medically fragile female youth with HIV/AIDS, Lupus and/or Diabetes; TRIAD HOUSE, group home for abused and homeless LGBT youth; T.I.L.T. (Teen Independent Living Training), life skills program for adolescents; and MARY’S PLACE, permanent supportive housing program for aging out youth, many lives have been changed for the better.
FACT is honored to be able to give a grant to this wonderful organization so they can continue their programs on HIV/AIDS prevention and education and to help our most vulernable youth. For more on LifeTies visit www.LifeTiesInc.org
FACT President, Louis Licitra, hands grant funds to Mary Inzana, Founder and CEO of LifeTies; also pictured is Richard Morris of LifeTies