Food and clothing assistance; utility and transportation assistance; prescription medicine assistance, job and service referrals, scattered-site transitional housing program for homeless families; permanent housing program for homeless families with disabilities; tenant-based rental assistance program, an economic stability project for domestic violence victims and weatherization assistance.
Emergency housing, case management, advocacy, supportive services, children's services, individual and group counseling for victims of domestic violence and their children. Shelter has 16 beds located in Madison County, KentucKY. Will take residents from surrounding counties as space is available.
Families (6 separate units, length of stay up to 6 months); food and emergency assistance; health and educational services; case management; service referrals.
Men, women and children. Eight beds for women; eight beds for men and one family room for 4 persons. Length of stay based on need.
Outreach & Career Education. Their mission is to improve the financial, educational, and personal circumstances of low-income, middle-aged women in the Appalachian region.
Preventive health services for adults, infants and children to improve their health by preventing disease and developing healthy lifestyles.