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Bullitt County

Emergency and Transitional Shelter
The Center for Women and Families
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org    
Emergency Shelter/Supportive Services/Transitional Housing
Victims of Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence
Shepherdsville Office (502) 543-4860
24-hour Crisis Line (located in Jefferson County)- (502) 581-7222 or (877) 803-7577
Victims of intimate partner or sexual violence and their children have access to an emergency shelter located in Jefferson County.   Support services include:  individual counseling, case management, children's services, support groups (adults and children), legal advocacy, medical advocacy, economic services, transitional housing services, and a 24-hour crisis line.

The Shepherd's Shelter Inc
445 Hwy 44E, Suite 7, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
(502) 543-0660
Website: www.shepherdsshelter.org 
Emergency shelter (seven beds); SHPS transitional housing (three units, eight beds); permanent housing (five 2-bedroom units, two are handicap accessible); and TBRA program (five clients) in Bullitt county area.  Also administers assistance for delinquent water bills accounts up to $50.

Emergency Assistance
Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency
214 Frank Simon Ave., Shepherdsville, KY  40165
(502) 543-3455
Aging and family services; food, lodging and utility assistance; educational
services; service referrals

Other Services
KIPDA
11520 Commonwealth Drive, Louisville, KY  40299
(502) 266-5571
Web site:  www.kipda.org
KIPDA Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living serves as the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties. As an ADRC, KIPDA will connect callers to resources that may assist them with housing and other services. 

Permanent Housing
The Shepherd's Shelter Inc
445 Hwy 44E, Suite 7, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
(502) 543-0660
Emergency shelter (7 beds); SHPS transitional housing (8 Beds); permanent housing  (4 units, 2 bedroom w/2 handicap accessible); and TBRA program (5 clients) in Bullitt county area.

 


 

 

Henry County

Emergency Shelter
The Center for Women and Families
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org
Emergency Shelter/Supportive Services/Transitional Housing
Victims of Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence
Shelbyville Office: (502)633-7801 (Henry County is served from this office)
24 hour Crisis Line (located in Jefferson County)- (502)581-7222 or (877)803-7577
Victims of intimate partner or sexual violence and their children have access to emergency shelter located in Jefferson County.   Support services include:  individual counseling, case management, children's services, support groups (adults & children), legal advocacy, medical advocacy, economic services, transitional housing services and 24 hour crisis line.

Rosehaven I
115 E. Adams St. (mailing address), Lagrange, KY  40031
(502) 225-0351
Web site:  goodnewshomesky.com
Women and children (four rooms; up to 12 beds)
Transitional Housing for women and children.  Serving clients from Oldham, Trimble, and Henry counties.  Support services include individual counseling, support groups, referral services.

Emergency Assistance

Tri-County Community Action Agency
1106 Castle Hwy, New Castle, KY  40050
(502) 845-7808
Emergency assistance; utility payments; service referrals

Other Services
KIPDA
11520 Commonwealth Drive, Louisville, KY  40299
(502) 266-5571
Web site:  www.kipda.org
KIPDA Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living serves as the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties. As an ADRC, KIPDA will connect callers to resources that may assist them with housing and other services. 

 


 

 

Jefferson County

Emergency Shelters
The Center for Women and Families
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org
Emergency Shelter/Supportive Services/Transitional Housing
Victims of Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence
(502)581-7200 - Business Line
24 hour Crisis Line (502)581-7222 or (877)803-7577
Victims of intimate partner or sexual violence and their children have access to emergency shelter located in Jefferson County.   Support services include:  individual counseling, case management, children's services, support groups (adults & children), legal advocacy, medical advocacy, economic services, transitional housing services and 24 hour crisis line.

Choices, Inc.
Main Office: 800 E. Liberty Street, Louisville, KY  40204
(502) 585-3780
Maryjane Toney House
828 E. Marshall Street, Louisville, KY  40204

Haven House,
129 E. Court Avenue, Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812-284-3373
E-mail: havenhouse96@hotmail.com

The Healing Place for Men
Web site: www.thehealingplace.org
1020 W. Market St., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-6606
Emergency shelter for men (42 beds) and substance treatment program for men (18 beds for mentors, 71 in-program beds, 24 detoxification beds, 98 beds for Off-Street?One; 10 beds for Off-Street Two; 70 Silver Chip transitional program beds)

The Healing Place for Women
Web site: www.thehealingplace.org
1607 West Broadway, Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 568-6680
Emergency shelter for women (20 beds) and substance treatment program for women (13 detoxification beds, 12 Off-Street One beds, 6 Off-Street Two beds, 50 in-program beds, 35 Silver Chip transitional program beds including some for children of women in treatment.)

Jefferson Street Baptist Center
733 E. Jefferson St., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-6543
Day center for 130 persons (men, women or families)
27 transitional SRO units for men with mental illness; 11 efficiency units in permanent supportive housing program for severe mentally ill men.

Salvation Army Center of Hope
831 S. Brook St., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 625-1170
Women, men and families (98 beds for men, 22 beds for women, 2 units for families, length of stay up to 30 days) Also see listing for 16 transitional units for families under Transitional Housing. 

Men's Adult Day Center /Men's Emergency Shelter
Wayside Christian Mission
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
822 E. Market St., Louisville KY  40206
(502) 584-3711 ext. 226
Day shelter, 75 person capacity; emergency shelter, 116 person capacity

Single Women's Emergency, Transitional and Day Shelter
Wayside Christian Mission
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
804-806 E. Market Street, Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-3711 ext. 249
28 emergency beds, 26 transitional beds

Wayside Christian Mission Family and Women's Shelter Services
Safe Haven, Transitional and Day Shelter for Women
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
215 S. Shelby Street, Louisville, KY  40202 
(502) 584-3711 ext. 268
10 emergency beds

Wayside Family Emergency Shelter
Wayside Christian Mission
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
812 E. Market St., Louisville, KY  40206
(502) 584-3711
Families (50 beds, length of stay up to 30 days)

VOA Family Emergency Shelter
Web site: www.volunteersofamericakentucKYorg
1321 South Preston Street, Louisville, KY  40208
(502) 636-0816
Shelter, food and case management for homeless families (16 units). Employment and housing counseling, support groups, life skills workshops, tutoring, and recreation.

Y.M.C.A. Shelter House, Safe Place Services
Web site: www.ymcalouisville.org
2400 Crittenden Dr., Louisville, KY  40217
(502) 635-5233
Homeless, runaway youth; mental health services (20 beds for youth
ages 13-17)

Emergency Assistance
The Coalition for the Homeless
1115 S. 4th St., Louisville, Ky 40203
(502)589-0190
Dial 211 for 24-hour social service helpline
Web site: www.homelesscoal.org
Louisville Street Tips Resource/Agency Help Guide: http://www.homelesscoal.org/gethelp.htm
The Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a mission to advocate for people who are homeless and for the prevention and elimination of homelessness. Serving as the voice of the homeless in Louisville for over 20 years, the Coalition works closely with homeless service providers, civic groups, concerned citizens, faith-based groups, and our local, state, and federal governments. Efforts are targeted toward education, advocacy and coordination of resources and funding.

St. John Day Center
700 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 568-6758
Daytime homeless shelter for 250 men. 

VOA Follow-Up for Success
Web site: www.volunteersofamericakentucKYorg
1319 South Preston Street, Louisville, KY  40208
(502) 634-5500
60 homeless families and/or single individuals receive case management, housing counseling, assistance and placement.

Educational Services
Carl Nussbaum, Jr. Child Development Center
Wayside Christian Mission
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
225 S. Shelby Street, Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-3711 ext. 275
75 slots for homeless preschoolers; JCPS Transitional School Room ; After School Program

Other Services
KIPDA
11520 Commonwealth Drive, Louisville, KY  40299
(502) 266-5571
Web site:  www.kipda.org
KIPDA Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living serves as the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties. As an ADRC, KIPDA will connect callers to resources that may assist them with housing and other services. 

Transitional Housing
Bellewood Presbyterian Home for Children
P.O. Box 5746, Louisville, KY  40255
722 Bardstown Rd, Louisville, KY  40205 (502-451-1926)
Web site:  www.bellewood.org
Transitional housing through scattered site apartments and support services for 6 individuals and 3 families.

Boys' Haven
2301 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, KY  40218
(502) 458-1171
Young adults, male and female. 20 units

Choices, Inc.
Norma's House
830 E. Marshall Street, Louisville, KY  40204
(502) 585-3780
17 transitional beds for homeless women.

The Center for Women and Families
Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org
P.O. Box 2048, Louisville, KY  40201-2048 
(502) 581-7200
Crisis Line (502) 581-7222
Victims of domestic violence (60 beds for women and children, length of stay based on need (note: support services provided regionally, with satellite offices located in each county) 27 units of transitional housing.

Glade House
1022 S. Sixth St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 589-6605
Persons living with HIV/AIDS (10 beds)

The Healing Place for Men
Web site: www.thehealingplace.org
1020 W. Market St., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-6606
Men (42 overnight emergency beds, 18 beds for mentors, 71 program beds, 24 detoxification beds, 98 beds for Off-Street?One; 10 beds for Off-Street Two; 70 Silver Chip program beds?)

Home of the Innocents
Web site: www.homeoftheinnocents.org
1100 E. Market Street, Louisville, KY  40206
(502) 596-1000
73 emergency children's beds, 76 pediatric convalescent beds,
22 beds for parenting teens and their babies
Hockensmith Center – Outpatient Pediatric Health Services

House of Ruth
Web site: www.houseofruth.net
607 E. St. Catherine St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 587-5080
Families living with HIV/AIDS.  17 scattered site properties across Jefferson County area.

Interlink Services
Web site: www.interlinkservices.org
8311 - B Preston Highway, Louisville, KY  40219
(502) 964-7147
Genesis House I and II
50 transitional beds for veterans (recovery program for men)
Harmony House
10 transitional beds for veterans (intensive recovery program)
Barbara Davis House
5 transitional beds for veterans (recovery program for women)

Jefferson Street Baptist Center
733 E. Jefferson St., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-6543
27 transitional SRO units for men with mental illness; 11 efficiency units in permanent supportive housing program for severe mentally ill men. Day center for 130 persons (men, women or families)

Jefferson Street Baptist Community at Liberty
800 E. Liberty Street, Louisville, KY  40204
(502) 585-3787
Day center for 50 persons (men, women or children)

Louisville-Metro Transitional Housing
Housing and Community Development Transitional Housing
745 West Main Street, Louisville KY  40202 
(502) 573-3107
8 scattered-site units

New Beginnings For Women
1261 S. Brook Street, Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 634-4252
8 beds for women who are on parole

New Directions Transitional Services for Homeless Families
Heverin House (formerly known)
Web site: www.ndhc.org
1700 Rowan St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 584-8046
Single-parent families (9 units, length of stay up to 24 months)

Project Women
The Cloister
806 E. Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY  40204
(502) 584-8090
17 transitional apartments for single women with children;
emphasis on those who are pursuing secondary education

St. Jude House - Women's Recovery 
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Web site: www.svdplou.org
431 E. St. Catherine St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 589-6024
Women (30 bed halfway house for recovering alcoholics)

Ozanam Inn
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Web site: www.svdplou.org
1034 S. Jackson St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 584-2480, Extension 241
Men (32 transitional, 16 extended emergency beds and 42 overnight emergency beds)

Roberts Hall
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Web site: www.svdplou.org
1032 E. Burnett Ave., Louisville, KY  40217
(502) 636-3549
Women (24 SROs)

Salvation Army Transitional Housing
216 W. Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 583-5391
16 transitional units for families. 

VOA Freedom House
Web site: www.volunteersofamericakentucKYorg
1432 S. Shelby St., Louisville, KY  40217
(502) 634-0082
Women with children (8-10 beds for chemically dependent women and their
children, priority given to pregnant women)

VOA Maud Booth House
Web site: www.volunteersofamericakentucKYorg
1131 South 1st Street, Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 582-0904
6-8 beds for chemically dependent women with children in need of vocational training and work placement.  Priority given for persons with HIV/AIDS. Counseling, case management, addiction and HIV/AIDS education, assistance with parenting and life skills, child care services, and continuing care.

VOA Third Step Program
Web site: www.volunteersofamericakentucKYorg
1436 S. Shelby St., Louisville, KY  40217
(502) 634-0656
19 recovery beds for men (drug & alcohol halfway house); 3-5 beds for persons with HIV/AIDS in need of drug treatment.

VOA Transitional Living Center
Web site: www.volunteersofamericakentucKYorg
1436 S. Shelby St., Louisville KY  40217
(502) 636-0656
16 beds for men with mental illness

Men's Transitional Shelter
Wayside Christian Mission
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
(800) 822 E. Market Street, Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-3711 ext. 226
40 beds for men in work therapy, work out, or recovery programs

Single Women's Emergency, Transitional and Day Shelter
Wayside Christian Mission
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
804-806 E. Market Street, Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-3711 ext. 249
26 transitional beds and 28 emergency beds

Family Transitional Shelter
Wayside Christian Mission
Web site: www.waysidechristianmission.org
812 E. Market (rear), Louisville, KY  40206
(502) 584-3711 ext. 220
6 self-contained apartments; 2 family units (no cooking facilities); 1 family transitional house (off-site)

Wellspring
1382 South 3rd Street, Louisville, KY  40208 
(502) 637-4361
Web site: http://wellspring-house.org
Services include support groups, life skill training, case management, expressive therapy, and individual therapy sessions for mentally ill or dual diagnosis.  8 Transitional beds for men; 15 Transitional beds for women

Permanent Housing

Home of the Innocents
Aftercare Program
1100 E. Market Street, Louisville, KY  40206
(502)596-1324
Web site: www.homeoftheinnocents.org
Current capacity = approximately 50
The Home’s Aftercare Program offers young adults, 18 to 24 years of age, exiting out-of-home care or homeless assistance with the transition to independent living in the community. Services include community-based apartments and comprehensive case management. 

Boys' Haven
2301 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, KY  40218
(502) 458-1171
Young adults, male and female. 30 units

Jefferson Street Baptist Center
733 E. Jefferson St., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 584-6543
11 efficiency units in permanent supportive housing program for severe mentally ill men; 27 transitional SRO units for men with mental illness.  Day center for 130 persons (men, women or families)

Presbyterian Child Welfare Agency
Buckhorn
1115 Garvin Place, Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 584-5250
Crisis Line for placement (502) 581-5385
Permanent Supportive housing for males and females,
18-21 years of age

Simon Hall
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Web site: www.svdplou.org
1022 S. Jackson St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 584-2480
Ten beds for men with a disability.

De Paul Apartments
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Web site: www.svdplou.org
1015 S. Preston St., Bldg. A, Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 584-2480
Single-parent families (12 units for persons who are drug and alcohol free)

Tranquil House
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Web site: www.svdplou.org
1035 S. Preston St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 584-2480
Adults (12 efficiency apartments for persons with mental illness)

Wellspring
Web site: http://wellspring-house.org
1382 South 3rd Street, Louisville, KY  40208 
(502) 637-4361
Services include support groups, life skill training, case management, expressive therapy, and individual therapy sessions for mentally ill or dual diagnosis. 16 Permanent supportive housing units for men and women; 47 Permanent supporting housing units for families

Woodgreen Apartments
VOA of Louisville
Web site: www.volunteersofamericakentucKYorg
3751 Woodgreen Ct., Louisville, KY  40215
(502) 361-8859
Homeless, mentally ill adults (20 one bedroom, Section 8 units, minimum
income requirement for eligibility)

YMCA of Louisville, Chestnut St. Branch
Web site: www.ymcalouisville.org
930 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, KY  40203
(502) 587-7405
Men (41 SROs with rental subsidy)

Mental Health Assistance
Seven Counties Services 
101 W. Muhammed Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 589-4313 and Crisis Line (800) 221-0446; TDD line (502) 589-4259
Mental health assistance  (serves entire KIPDA ADD)

Healthcare Assistance
Phoenix Family Health Centers, Inc.
Web site: www.fhclouisville.org
712 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, KY  40202
(502) 568-6972
Provides comprehensive primary and preventive health services to those uninsured and the homeless.  Also offers mental health, health education, case management services and transportation assistance. Interpretive services are provided to non-English speaking patients, and many materials are translated into foreign languages.

Homeless Advocacy 
The Coalition for the Homeless
1115 S. 4th St., Louisville, Ky 40203
(502)589-0190
Dial 211 for 24-hour social service helpline
Web site: www.homelesscoal.org
Louisville Street Tips Resource/Agency Help Guide: http://www.homelesscoal.org/gethelp.htm
The Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a mission to advocate for people who are homeless and for the prevention and elimination of homelessness. Serving as the voice of the homeless in Louisville for over 20 years, the Coalition works closely with homeless service providers, civic groups, concerned citizens, faith-based groups, and our local, state, and federal governments. Efforts are targeted toward education, advocacy and coordination of resources and funding.

 


 

 

Oldham County

Emergency and Transitional Shelter
The Center for Women and Families
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org
Emergency Shelter/Supportive Services/Transitional Housing
Victims of Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence
Shelbyville Office - (502)633-7801 (Oldham County is served from this office)
24 hour Crisis Line (located in Jefferson County)- (502)581-7222 or (877)803-7577
Victims of intimate partner or sexual violence and their children have access to emergency shelter located in Jefferson County.   Support services include:  individual counseling, case management, children's services, support groups (adults & children), legal advocacy, medical advocacy, economic services, transitional housing services and 24 hour crisis line.

Good News Homes
115 E. Adams St. Lagrange, KY  40031
(502) 225-0351
Website:  goodnewshomesky.com 
Email:  stephanie@goodnewshomesky.com
Four, three-bedroom units for families in need of transitional housing in LaGrange.  Capacity is 24.  Families can stay up to 24 months and receive supportive services to help them transition into permanent housing.

Rosehaven I
115 E. Adams St. (mailing address), Lagrange, KY  40031
(502) 225-0351
Web site:  goodnewshomesky.com
Women and children (four rooms; up to 12 beds)
Transitional Housing for women and children.  Serving clients from Oldham, Trimble, and Henry counties.  Support services include individual counseling, support groups, referral services.

Emergency Assistance
Community Chest of Oldham County
P.O. Box 556, LaGrange, KY  40031
(502) 222-0427
Food and clothing assistance; shelter referrals

Red Cross of Oldham County
P.O. Box 338, Buckner, KY  40010 (mailing address)
1215 N. Highway 393, LaGrange, KY  40031
(502) 222-0308
Emergency vouchers; financial assistance for housing and utilities; food bank.

Tri-County Community Action Agency
1015 Dispatcher's Way (Buckner), LaGrange, KY  40031
(502) 222-1349
Utility & emergency assistance; lodging and service referrals

Other Services
KIPDA
11520 Commonwealth Drive, Louisville, KY  40299
(502) 266-5571
Web site:  www.kipda.org
KIPDA Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living serves as the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties. As an ADRC, KIPDA will connect callers to resources that may assist them with housing and other services. 

Permanent Housing
RoseHaven II
115 E. Adams St (mailing address), Lagrange, KY  40031
(502) 225-0351  
Web site:  Website: goodnewshomesky.com
Two apartments, two families, four beds
Permanent Housing for women and children victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse /or low income. Women and children who have graduated from RoseHaven I program or community at large.

 


 

 

Shelby County

Emergency and Transitional Shelters
Operation Care - Omega House
Emergency shelter for women and children
802 Washington Street, Shelbyville, KY  40065 
(502) 633-1965
10 Beds. Length of stay based on need. Medical attention, food, clothes, and outsource counseling provided to each resident based on needed.

The Center for Women and Families
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org
Emergency Shelter/Supportive Services/Transitional Housing
Victims of Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence
Shelbyville Office - (502)633-7801 (Shelby County is served from this office)
24 hour Crisis Line (located in Jefferson County)- (502)581-7222 or (877)803-7577
Victims of intimate partner or sexual violence and their children have access to emergency shelter located in Jefferson County.   Support services include:  individual counseling, case management, children's services, support groups (adults & children), legal advocacy, medical advocacy, economic services, transitional housing services and 24 hour crisis line.

Centro Latino
121 Main St., Shelbyville, KY  40065
(502) 647-3349
Service outreach to Latino community

Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency
1145 Washington St., Shelbyville, KY  40065
(502) 633-6371
Aging and family services; food and clothing; counseling and financial assistance;
rent and utility assistance; job and service referrals

Operation Care - Thrift Store
802 Washington Street, Shelbyville, KY 
(502) 633-1965
Food, clothes, bedding, household items, furniture, personal care items, diapers. school supplies, and bibles are provided free to homeless or needy families.
The thrift store is also open to the public for purchases.

Other Services
KIPDA
11520 Commonwealth Drive, Louisville, KY  40299
(502) 266-5571
Web site:  www.kipda.org
KIPDA Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living serves as the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties. As an ADRC, KIPDA will connect callers to resources that may assist them with housing and other services. 

Transitional Housing
Operation Care - Genesis House
407 8th Street, Shelbyville, KY  40065  
(502) 633-1965
Housing for families with ability to pay low rent.  Length of stay based on need.
Medical attention, food, clothes, and outsource counseling provided to each resident based on needed.

Permanent Housing
Wellspring, Inc.
311 North St., Shelbyville, KY  40065
(502) 675-3030
Adults with mental illness (4 units)
 
Healthcare Assistance
Operation Care - Mercy Medical Clinic
615 Washington Street, Shelbyville, KY  40065  
(502) 647-4668
Free Primary Health Care and Rx assist program free to the homeless and anyone of low income without health insurance.  Open each Thursday afternoon, third Monday and Wednesday of each month.

 


 

 

Spencer County

Emergency Shelter
The Center for Women and Families
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org 
Emergency Shelter/Supportive Services/Transitional Housing
Victims of Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence
Shelbyville Office - (502)633-7801 (Spencer County is served from this office)
24 hour Crisis Line (located in Jefferson County) -(502)581-7222 or (877)803-7577
Victims of intimate partner or sexual violence and their children have access to emergency shelter located in Jefferson County.   Support services include:  individual counseling, case management, children's services, support groups (adults & children), legal advocacy, medical advocacy, economic services, transitional housing services and 24 hour crisis line.

Emergency Assistance
Multi-Purpose Senior Citizen Community Action Agency
44 Creekside Dr., Taylorsville, KY  40071
(502) 477-8296
Aging and family services; food, emergency and transportation assistance; service referrals

Spencer County Minister Food Bank
Main St., Taylorsville, KY  40071
(502) 477-3205
Food pantry

 


 

 

Trimble County

Emergency Shelter
The Center for Women and Families
Web site: www.thecenteronline.org
Emergency Shelter/Supportive Services/Transitional Housing
Victims of Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence
Shelbyville Office - (502)633-7801 (Trimble County is served from this office)
24 hour Crisis Line (located in Jefferson County) -(502)581-7222 or (877)803-7577
Victims of intimate partner or sexual violence and their children have access to emergency shelter located in Jefferson County.   Support services include:  individual counseling, case management, children's services, support groups (adults & children), legal advocacy, medical advocacy, economic services, transitional housing services and 24 hour crisis line.

Rosehaven I
115 E. Adams St. (mailing address), Lagrange, KY  40031
(502) 225-0351
Web site:  goodnewshomesky.com
Women and children (four rooms; up to 12 beds)
Transitional Housing for women and children.  Serving clients from Oldham, Trimble, and Henry counties.  Support services include individual counseling, support groups, referral services.

Emergency Assistance
Tri-County Community Action Agency
3240 Hwy 421 North, Bedford, KY  40006
(502) 255-7514
Food and utility assistance
 
Transitional Housing
Good News Homes - Trimble County
115 E. Adams St., Lagrange KY  40031 (office)
(502)225-0351
Email:  stephanie@goodnewshomesky.com
Four, three-bedroom units for families in need of transitional housing south of Bedford.  Capacity is 24.  Families can stay up to 24 months and receive supportive services to help them transition into permanent housing.

 




 
 
For more information contact:

Lynn Chrisman
(502) 564-7630, ext. 398
(800) 633-8896 (In Ky)
 

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