|Combining Forces Makes Dreams Come True|
Norman Cornelius from Bell-Whitley Community Action Agency, Inc., shared a success story about a family that worked with his organization and was assisted through KHC programs.
|Oliver Street School Wins National Award|
On November 15, 2011, the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association (NH&RA) announced the Oliver Street School in Clark County, Kentucky, won the “Timmy Award” for Best Historic Rehab Utilizing Low Income Housing Tax Credits (Small/Up to $5 million development cost).
|Glasgow Graded School Apartments|
Glasgow Graded School was built in 1927, serving elementary school students in the Glasgow, Kentucky, area. Now the historic structure has new life as a home for senior Kentuckians.
|Buffalo School Apartments|
The Buffalo School was built in 1936 and continued to serve students until 2007. In February 2011, what was once a simple, one-story, steel-framed schoolhouse became a beautiful apartment community for seniors.
|Western KY Development for the Center for Women and Families|
Another new housing development for the Center for Women and Families is also being built in western Kentucky. This development will have 8 units in Murray and 12 in Paducah. This is in addition to the 22 units in Louisville.
|The Center for Women and Families Expands|
Construction has begun on 22 townhouse apartments for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault at The Center for Women and Families.
|Beattyville School Apartments|
The Beattyville School was originally built in 1926 for schoolchildren in grades 1-12. It found new life when it was chosen to become housing for those Kentuckians with the most critical housing needs.
|Kentucky River Community Care and KY HEARTH Create a Happy Ending|
In May 2009, 30-year-old Victoria Williams (not actual name) had everything to look forward to—a new job, with a living wage and benefits; a new apartment; and, most importantly, her good health.
|Helping Veterans Recover|
Mr. Smith is a senior citizen, disabled, and a Veteran living on a fixed income. When his wife passed away, things went downhill and he lost the ability and desire to manage all the day-to-day necessities.
|Successfully Avoiding Eviction|
The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission helped a family of three receive funding to pay their back owed rent from Kentucky's Housing and Emergency Assistance Reaching the Homeless (HEARTH).
|A Permanent Home|
Priscilla Norwood lived in mobile homes for 32 years.
|No More Mold!|
Sharon and Michael Scroggins had rented a house for 12 years, when Sharon’s health started to deteriorate.
|Middlesboro Couple Gets New Home Through AHTF|
Community action agency and local bank partner to make couple’s dreams of homeownership come true.
|Historic School Will Become Affordable Senior Housing|
St. Columba Catholic Campus, a National Register Property, which was begun in 1914, was once Louisville’s largest Catholic school and is now St. Columba Court Senior Apartments.
|Louisville Seniors Enjoy High-Tech Living|
Residents living in Louisville’s Stephen Foster Senior Apartments enjoy many perks including some high-tech amenities not found in most apartments.
|Safe Harbor’s Transitional Housing|
Victims of domestic violence in eastern Kentucky have another option to aid in their quest to become survivors.
|From Homeless to Homeowner|
"It's my dream house," declares new homeowner John Pittard upon seeing his completed house. "It's a quiet homestead, an ideal place."
|Dove Field Manor Apartments Offer Affordable Living to Mt. Washington Residents|
In 2005, Trinity Development Partners, a Louisville-based developer, held a ribbon-cutting for Dove Field Manor Apartments in Mount Washington. The apartments provide 40 units of affordable housing and serve people at or below 50 percent of the area median income.
|Habitat and KHC: A Partnership That Works!|
In November 2005, KHC staff members participated in a Habitat for Humanity build in Louisville for LaToya Gilbert and her two children.
|Apartments Defy Low-Income Housing Stereotypes|
Nichols Meadows, an apartment complex in Louisville, built in 2005, provides 40 units of housing that are not only affordable but attractive as well.
|Shepherd's House Offers Hope for Recovering Men|
For those suffering from drug or alcohol addiction recovery can be a long and extremely difficult process. One Lexington organization is helping men recovering from addiction by teaching them to help themselves.