Provides food to the hungry Provides assistance with Duke power bills and gas bills.
Provides housing counseling and tenant/landlord support, as well as, financial assistance.
Short-term emergency shelter, hospital, and court accompaniment, legal clinics with local attorneys, support groups, counseling, and referrals for job training, housing, childcare, and other community services.
Community Center that offers a range of services including health classes, refugee services, and job help.
Offers financial assistance with rent, utilities, prescription medications, job readiness, family services, etc. Each area ministry offers services tailored for the unique and diverse community in which the ministry operates. See area ministries.
Services include recovery, employment, financial, clothing, and child development.
Their mission is to help end homelessness in Southern Indiana by providing emergency shelter, case management, life skills training, and social services that propel people into housing permanency.
This emergency shelter offers both day and night shelter, free meals and a host of programming and services.
Follow the link to the CDC website to find the CDC Declaration form that resulted from the temporary halt in residential evictions due to COVID-19. This form expires on 12/31/20.
CLM has a food pantry that Clark County residents can visit once a month. They also have a residential program for women recovering from alcohol or substance abuse.
Serving Zip Codes: 40202, a portion of 40203, a portion of 40208
They have information on emergency rent assistance programs, shelters and agencies that serve low income people and the homelessness. The Coalition for the Homeless publishes Street Tips – a local resource guide. http://louhomeless.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/2018-Louisville-Street-Tips.pdf
The Council delivers services through eight community centers: four direct service agencies within Lexington. Each council offers a variety of programs aimed at ending poverty: housing, education, employment, etc.
Provide emergency assistance for housing, vehicle repairs, utilities, medications, transportation, etc. to residents of Clark, Floyd, and Harrison County.
Provides emergency financial assistance with utilities, rent, mortgage, medications and medical bills. Must be a resident of Oldham County to receive assistance.
Includes resources for housing, addiction, child care, and more.
Geriatric & Extended Care programs which provide assistance with health care and housing.
Provides assistance for jobs, skills, and medical needs.
Offers two housing and rent assistance focused programs. May assist with rent, utilities, food, burials, and more. Call for appointment.
Serving Zip Codes: 40059, 40027, 40222, 40223, 40241, 40242, 40243, 40245
ElderServe provides a variety of services for older adults such as care management, financial management and guardianship, home care, senior center, and wellness programs. A care manager may be able to assist with a variety of areas such as affordable housing, legal and financial issues.
Available to prevent eviction or utility service disconnection at current residence. Eligible costs include rent, mortgage and/or utility payments. The Adult & Tenant Services referral line is open on the second Monday of each month at 8 a.m. The appointments slots are filled on a first-call, first-serve basis.
The organization may provide funds to pay rent and often help with paying a security deposit on a new home or apartment.
Located in La Grange Elementary School, the Center provides health and general services for new parents, current parents, and students.
May be able to provide transitional housing for families facing homelessness in Oldham and Trimble County.
Clinic that serves people without insurance and people who cannot afford health care. Services are for residents of Trimble, Henry, Carroll, Oldham, & Eastern Jefferson Counties.
Provide emergency rent and utility assistance and food pantry to Floyd County residents.
Provides rental assistance for people affected by COVID-19. Various phone numbers are provided on the website.
Non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to eligible low income residents (includes housing/evictions). This office serves Clark, Crawford, Dearborn, Floyd, Harrison, Jefferson, Jennings, Ohio, Ripley, Scott, Switzerland, and Washington counties.
This is a quick and easy resource search engine- just enter your zip code.
Services include substance abuse treatment, food pantries, and domestic violence assistance.
The ADRC connects older adults and people with disabilities to resources regarding housing options, in home care, transportation, home modifications, home delivered meals, caregiver support, and social service programs.
Offers free representation and advice for eligible individuals dealing with unsafe housing, prevent evictions and more.
Provides free legal services to income-eligible individuals facing eviction, dangerous living conditions, foreclosure, etc. Call for eligibility.
Provides free legal services to income-eligible individuals facing eviction. Legal hosts a Tenants’ Rights Clinic every Wednesday at Noon.
Manages public housing and provides affordable housing opportunities.
Provides temporary case management and financial assistance to help prevent homelessness.
VA supportive services to help Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and their families find and sustain permanent housing.
Financial assistance is available for residents who risk service disconnection due to delinquent LEXserv billing accounts. Call for an appointment.
This program teaches residents to manage utility bills, conserve energy and weatherize their homes. Offers some utility assistance based on available funding.
Provide services to people with disabilities and the elderly such as home delivered meals, transportation, case management, and other in-home services. Serving Clark, Floyd, Harrison, and Scott County.
LouieConnect provides information about emergency services in Jefferson County. The website also partners with Metro United Way’s 2-1-1 hotline, which can provide information about additional services in the community.
Individuals and families across Louisville and the Jefferson County area who are in need of groceries, meals, or free food should not hesitate to call or stop by one of the centers referenced. Most of the organizations that offer this support will not turn anyone away who asks for help, regardless of their income, background, or religion.
Provides aid for energy bills. Must meet income criteria.
United Way is a contact center connecting people with available resources such as food, housing, health care, senior services, child care, and more. You can dial 211 or text your 5-digit zip code to 898211.
Serving Zip Codes: 40213, 40217, 40219 (East of I-65), 40229
Provides assistance in crisis situations including housing, food, clothing, financial, furniture, and counseling.
Rental and other assistance through Louisville Metro government. Call to be referred to your closest Neighborhood Place or visit http://mapit.louisvilleky.gov/
The Homeless Services Program assists homeless, single-parent families as they work toward permanent housing. As families rebuild themselves emotionally and financially, case management includes goal setting and monitoring. Families are provided a private shelter unit, furniture and household items, a transportation allowance, service referrals, and housing counseling. Parents work on attaining high school degrees and moving into the workforce while living in the shelter.
Family, career, housing, kid’s, and weatherization services.
Provides access to information and community resources that can assist aging and disabled citizens.
May provide rental and move-in financial assistance.
May provide help to pay rent, utilities, and emergency expense.
This is a nationwide resource. RRF grants are for rental assistance due to an unexpected financial emergency outside of your control (temporary job gap, natural disaster, medical emergency, auto accident (vehicle maintenance costs do not qualify), victim of a crime, death, etc.).
LIHEAP is a federally funded program to assist low-income households facing a home heating crisis by offering seasonal financial assistance to prevent disconnection of utility service. Subsidy funding available in November and December by using an appointment-based system. Crisis assistance is available January through March (or until funds run out) for people facing disconnection of utilities; co-payment may be required for those who apply.
Provides emergency shelter or financial assistance to individuals and families in an effort to prevent homelessness.
May be able to help those on the verge of homelessness and who have an eviction notice.
The Red Kettle Cafe provides breakfast and dinner to anyone hungry in the community. Breakfast is served daily from 6:45 a.m. – 7:30 a.m., dinner is served each night for women and children at 4:45 p.m. followed by the men at 5:15 p.m.
Provides temporary, emergency food and financial assistance, training classes, social work counseling.
May be able to provide emergency assistance and transitional housing.
Aides homeless persons and others in need in the inner city, Phoenix Hill, and Smoketown neighborhoods with clothing, emergency food, and social service referrals.
A program offered by Alltrade Property Management that provides an alternative leasing opportunity to individuals who would be or have been denied housing due to unpaid apartment collection or previous rent, and/or any evictions older than 1 year. Please call or email email@example.com for detailed program information.
Shawnee Christian Healthcare Center is a community health center located in the Shawnee neighborhood. They provide medical, dental and behavioral health services and are a Federally Qualified Healthcare Center (FQHC), which means that they provide services to all individuals, regardless of their ability to pay or not.
Serving Zip Codes: a portion of 40203, a portion of 40211, 40212
Serving Zip Codes: a portion of 40208, 40209, 40214, 40215
May be able to provide food, clothing, and emergency assistance to residents of Clark County.
May provide emergency shelter and services for individuals who have experienced domestic violence.
Provides financial assistance with housing, utilities, medications, and clothing. They also offer case management, goal setting, employment skill development, educational enhancement and household financial management. Serves residents of Oldham, Henry, and Trimble County. The number provided above is for the Oldham County location. For the other county numbers, please visit their website.
211 is a contact center connecting people with available resources like food, housing, health care, senior services, child care, legal aid, and more. Call 211 or text your 5-digit zip code to 898211.
Provides shelter, case management, support groups, and a safe space for homeless women and children. Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 am-1 pm.
Offers food, clothing, diapers, baby formula, household items, counseling and community referrals to those who are poor and needy.
May be able to provide housing and emergency assistance to post 9/11 veterans and military families from all branches of service.
Kentucky regional office is able to assist Veterans across the state. The Direct Aid Program provides veterans and their families up to $200 per veteran per year and needs addressed have included shelter, rent, utilities, food, auto repair, clothing, and relocation.
Financial assistance is distributed in grants to help ease the burden of mortgages, car payments, utilities, etc. Connects veterans with services and benefits.
Provides financial assistance, crisis intervention, mediation, and collaborations with other service providers. They have several different programs to assist families and individuals facing homelessness.
Rental, utility, and food assistance is administered for residents of Old Louisville.