Provides Comprehensive Care for persons with HIV/AIDS. Medical care, case management, support services, and housing programs. Also have many HIV prevention programs for the community including rapid testing. Clinical Satellite twice monthly in Owensboro Health Department at 1600 Breckinridge, Owensboro, KY serves all Barren River Area counties as well as all GRADD Area counties.
Provides Comprehensive Care for persons with HIV/AIDS. Medical care, case management, support services, and housing programs. Also have many HIV prevention programs for the community including rapid testing. Clinical Satellite twice monthly in Owensboro Health Department at 1600 Breckinridge, Owensboro, KY Serves all Barren River Area counties as well as all GRADD Area counties.
Assist with urgent need for food, housing, medicine, utilities, advocacy, rent, dental and referral services.
Provides a safe haven, food, shelter and guidance for homeless women and children (22 beds). Provides temporary assistance while helping women find permanent housing, clothing, child care and more to become self-sufficient.
Women and their children up to three months. Services offered include assistance with housing, employment and employment skills, childcare, parenting, morals and values, addictive behaviors and domestic violence classes. (22 beds: 10 families/12 singles).
Services offered include Child Care Assistance; child care resource and referral Community Services Block Grant; counseling services, Family Preservation; Family Reunification; FACTS; KISP; FIRST/Reconnecting Youth; Green River Intra-Transit System (GRITS); Head Start; HUD-subsidized Lincolnshire apartments (Owensboro); Senior Corps (Foster Grandparents, Retired Senior Volunteers, and Senior Companions); housing repair/reconstruction program (HOME); energy assistance programs including LIHEAP/EFSP and housing weatherization. Serves all counties in GRADD area.
Provides pantry service, a feeding program at the center of Hope during lunch, utility and rental assistance due to a crisis situation, financial assistance for certain physician prescribed medications and a thrift store (clothing provided to families based on need; furniture and household items provided to victims of fire or natural disasters).
Serves Henderson, Union and Webster Counties. Food and clothing; educational services; lodging assistance (1 to 6 days of lodging assistance); job and service referrals.
Assists with low-cost or free clothing once per month to those in need, basic house wares, books and school supplies for children once per child, peer ministry, and adult literacy tutoring sessions. Medical and Mental Health Services.