Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) housing programs meet the unique needs of many Kentuckians who are unable to acquire housing easily, including low-income, homeless, special needs, and other populations. KHC works to ensure these programs serve Kentuckians in the most effective ways possible.
For more information, please review KHC’s program descriptions below.
The KY BoS CoC is a consortium of housing organizations work together to address the homeless needs in Kentucky, including emergency, transitional, and permanent supportive housing, rental assistance and supportive services.
ESG identifies sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons, as well as those at risk of homelessness, and provides the services necessary to help them regain stability in permanent housing.
HOPWA provides housing and services to persons with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or related diseases and their families.
OHI is a program administered by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services to meet the housing needs of people with severe mental illness who are in institutions or who are at-risk of institutionalization.
Recovery Kentucky offers addiction recovery and housing to those suffering from chemical dependency, domestic violence, and mental illness, the root causes of chronic homelessness.
Scholar House is a housing and education initiative that enables the head-of-household to receive housing and assistance as they earn a degree and obtain self-sufficiency so they can successfully transition into permanent housing.
For a complete listing of community resources, including services for the homeless, please see our Community Resource Guide.