KHC has a wealth of information relating to affordable housing, for programs administered by KHC, as well as information provided by other sources. The Data Library can be a useful tool for research and data on affordable housing needs and investments in Kentucky, and includes the annual K-Count.
- TARP - The Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) was established by Treasury in October 2008 to help stabilize the financial system, stimulate economic growth, and avoid foreclosures. Under this program, KHC was allocated funding for the Hardest Hit Fund, which became KHC’s Unemployment Bridge Program, to help Kentuckians who lost their job or had a significant reduction in income avoid foreclosure.
- ARRA - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), known nationally as the Stimulus Program, was signed into law in February 2009 during the Great Recession. The goal of ARRA was to save and create jobs; however, ARRA also resulted in additional housing programs, including the expansion of the Weatherization Program.
- Financial - Financial information on KHC and bond programs.
- An annual count of homeless individuals and families all across
Kentucky, on a single night each January. The U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development (HUD) requires KHC to conduct this count every
other year; however, KHC conducts the K-Count annually to best serve