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Kentucky Housing Corporation Announces 2010 Emergency Shelter Grant Funding

For Immediate Release

Contact: Charla Jackson Peter

June 1, 2010

(502) 564-7630, ext. 454

 

Kentucky Housing Corporation Announces 2010 Emergency Shelter Grant Funding

Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) has announced the latest recipients, outside of Fayette and Jefferson Counties, of Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) funds.  Forty-six projects proposed by nonprofit agencies and local governments will receive a total of $1,338,030 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to assist the homeless in Kentucky. 

The ESG program, administered throughout most of the state by KHC, is a federal program that helps convert and rehabilitate structures for use as emergency or transitional shelters, to fund the operation and service expenses of these shelters, and to develop programs that prevent homelessness. 

KHC will conduct an ESG implementation training on Wednesday, June 23, 2010, at the Blue Grass Community Action Partnership building located at 111 Professional Court in Frankfort.  All 2010 ESG recipients are required to attend.  Additional information regarding this training will be available in the near future.

For more information about KHC's ESG program, contact Jill House or Heather Harvey toll-free in Kentucky at (800) 633-8896 or (502) 564-7630, extensions 705 or 777, respectively; TTY 711; or e-mail jhouse@kyhousing.org or hharvey@kyhousing.org, respectively.

Emergency Shelter Grant Program 2010 Funding for Kentucky

Balance of State (all counties except Fayette and Jefferson)

Agency

Funding

Area Development District

Paducah Interfaith Ministry,

dba Paducah Cooperative Ministry

$50,000

PuADD

Clark County Community Services, Inc.

49,500

BGADD

People’s Self-Help Housing, Inc.

49,000

BTADD

The Shepherd’s Shelter, Inc.

48,500

KIPDA

Hazard-Perry County Community Ministries

48,000

KRADD

Lake Cumberland Regional Mental Health/Mental Retardation Board, Inc.,

dba The Adanta Group

47,500

LCADD

Gateway Homeless Coalition, Inc.

47,000

Gateway ADD and FIVCO

Women’s Crisis Center, Inc. (Buffalo Trace)

46,500

BTADD

Kentucky River Community Care, Inc.

15,364

KRADD

Green River Ministries, Inc.

45,500

LCADD

Franklin County Women’s Shelter

45,000

BGADD

Bell-Whitley Community Action Agency, Inc.

44,000

CVADD

Home of the Innocents – HOST House

19,780

KIPDA

Interfaith Hospitality Network of

Northern Kentucky

33,600

 

NKADD

Women’s Crisis Center, Inc. (NKADD)

41,000

NKADD

Bethany House Abuse Shelter, Inc.

40,000

LCADD

Boulware Center Mission

39,000

GRADD

Transitions, Inc.

38,000

NKADD

Potentials, Inc.

37,000

LCADD

Women Aware, Inc., dba Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center

36,000

PuADD

Good News Shelter Corporation (Trimble Co.)

          24,500

KIPDA

Operation Care, Inc.

          34,000

KIPDA

Gateway Juvenile Diversion Project, Inc.,

dba Gateway Children’s Services

          33,000

Gateway ADD

Owensboro Area Shelter, Information & Services, Inc.

          32,000

GRADD

Simon House, Inc.

          27,900

BGADD

Central Kentucky Community Action Council, Inc.

          30,000

LTADD

CAP Family Life Abuse Center

          29,000

CVADD

Barren River Area Safe Space, Inc.

          28,000

BRADD

The Daniel Pitino Shelter, Inc.

          27,000

GRADD

Jesus Community Center Shelter for the Homeless

          26,000

BRADD

Leslie, Knott, Letcher, Perry Community Action Council, Inc.

          25,000

KRADD

Welcome House of Northern Ky., Inc.

          24,000

NKADD

The Shelter for Women and Children, Inc.

          23,000

GRADD

City of Ashland

          44,000

FIVCO

The Center for Women and Families

            8,728

KIPDA

Red Bird Mission, Inc.

            2,435

CVADD

Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program

            9,500

BGADD

Harlan Countians for a Healthy Community

          18,000

CVADD

Purchase Area Housing Corporation

           4,284

PuADD

Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, Inc.

          16,000

NKADD

Kentucky River Foothills Development Council

          15,000

BGADD

Good News Shelter Corporation (Oldham Co.)

          13,500

KIPDA

Salvation Army of Hopkinsville

            8,400

PeADD

Community Outreach, Inc.

            4,137

BRADD

Emergency Christian Ministries

            9,000

      CVADD

Trinity Pentecostal Lighthouse, Inc.

            1,402

      CVADD

 

 

 

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Kentucky Housing Corporation, the state housing finance agency, was created by the 1972 General Assembly to provide affordable housing opportunities. As a self-supporting, public corporation, Kentucky Housing offers lower-than-market rate home mortgages, housing production financing, homeownership education/counseling, rental assistance, housing rehabilitation and supportive housing programs for special needs populations.

Kentucky Housing Corporation prohibits discrimination in employment based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, age, disability or veteran status.