The Housing Authority
of the City of Lawrenceville, GA

502 Glenn Edge Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Phone: (770) 963 - 4900
Fax: (770) 338 - 8447





Lawrenceville Family Celebrates Completion of Home Ownership Program

August 2017

For Clarence and Elese Johnson, the green two-story house that they now call home has a deeper meaning than just being a place with four walls and a roof that they can live in. It’s a chance to bring stability and permanency into their lives, as well as the lives of their six children.

Snellville Woman finds Pathway HOME from Homelessness to Ownership

February 2016

Jackson completed her journey from not having a home to being a homeowner in December 2016. With the help of the Lawrenceville Housing Corporation (which also goes by the name Gwinnett Housing Corporation), Community Sustainability Enterprises and Brand Bank, through the corporation’s Welcome Home program, she moved into a home of her own in Snellville.

Primerica Volunteers "Revitalize Rich Martin" Community for Gwinnett Great Days of Service
October 2014

Volunteers with Primerica organized a large-scale project to revitalize the Rich Martin community with the Lawrenceville Housing Authority. As a part of Gwinnett Great Days of Service, the volunteers built a new pergola at the playground site, planted shrubs around the homes, power washed the homes, cut and installed new shutters, and completed additional tasks in order to enhance the Rich Martin community, which is home to 40 families. 
September 2014

Shocked by seeing the number of homeless families in Gwinnett County on the rise, employees at the Lawrenceville Housing Authority set out to work on the problem last year.  They came up with Pathway HOME, a housing program founded on the principle that given the right tools — and perspective and rules — needy families can forge out a better life for themselves without simply getting government assistance. As Lejla Slowinski, Executive Director of the authority, puts it, “We’re trying to get to the underlying cause of homelessness.”

April 2014

A single mother of three children juggled the rigorous demands of childcare with a full time job. But then she had to move from the home they occupied because of unsanitary living conditions. She continued to work but needed help. Then she found Pathway HOME, a new nonprofit initiative by the Gwinnett Housing Corporation (GHC) which is a nonprofit arm of the Lawrenceville Housing Authority (LHA). Pathway HOME helps employed parents work toward home ownership. It combines affordable rental housing with individualized support services allowing homeless families with children the opportunity to work toward permanent housing through self-sufficiency.