Interfaith Hospitality Network of Northern Kentucky provides emergency shelter, meals, and other assistance to families through a network of local churches and volunteers from their congregations. The Interfaith Hospitality Network also has two transitional apartments for the families who need more than the thirty days emergency shelter to get back into permanent housing. The Interfaith Hospitality Network provides shelter for up to five families/14 persons per night and provides a family day center to assist families with housing, employment and other resources.
Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided. Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit.
The Campbell County Neighborhood Center provides utility and winter heating assistance, limited emergency financial assistance for rent, mortgages and other financial needs, applications for home weatherization services, access to prescription assistance, volunteer employment opportunities, access to commodities and emergency food distribution, along with information and resource referral. We use the Family Development approach to one on-one counseling to help families set goals to achieve self-reliance.
Rental assistance, food and case management services; employment and education assistance.
Food assistance, clothing, financial assistance, utilities, prescription, gasoline and laundry. Walk-in hours from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.