K-Count Results

​​​​What is the K-Count?

The K-Count is a “point-in-time” count of persons experiencing homeless on a single night in Kentucky. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires the count as a condition of funding for its homeless service programs and to provide information to Congress on the state of homelessness across the country. The K-Count allows Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) and other interested parties to better understand homelessness in Kentucky by monitoring trends, tracking progress, and to make informed decisions for resource allocation.

More information about the K-Count is available on the K-Count page.


Contact Information

For more information about the Balance of State data, please contact us.

Louisville and Lexington organize their own counts. For more information about their counts, please contact Coalition for the Homeless in Louisville or Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention in Lexington

Stay Connected:

© Kentucky Housing Corporation
For more information, please contact:

Kentucky Housing Corporation
1231 Louisville Road, Frankfort, KY 40601
502-564-7630; 800-633-8896 (KY only); TTY 711
Equal Housing Provider