Who are we?

Seneca County Council
on Homelessness

The Seneca County Council on Homelessness (SCCoH) is a 501c3 organization comprised of passionate people from many areas in our community, some of whom have been working directly with the homeless crisis for years, and who are acutely aware of the needs that exist locally.  The ultimate goal of this group is to bring together community leaders, policy makers, business leaders, educators, as well as the faith community and the social service sector, all in an effort to create an effective and sustainable approach to the issue of homelessness in Seneca County.

Transformation Life Center

The Transformation Life Center is an organization that provides emergency housing for women and children in Seneca County. It offers assistance to women, frequently homeless, as they move from dependency into independent, self-sufficient lifestyles. The Transformation Life Center will also link their clients to resources, provide life skills, and budgeting classes.

Challie Briihl , Executive Director
Transformation Life Center

I was born and raised in Tiffin, Ohio and a 2008 graduate of Columbian High School. I was awarded my associate in general studies and bachelor’s in criminal justice from Tiffin University in 2014. Throughout my career I have worked in social services where I found my passion helping underserved, at risk populations. In November of 2023 I will have completed my master’s degree in social work from Case Western Reserve University. I am a proud mother of three boys who are all very active in sports, which keeps us busy. In our free time we love to travel and spend time making memories. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve those in need in Seneca County.