Resources for Kentuckians in Need


Western Kentucky Tornado/Storm Assistance

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Resources for Disaster Relief

Kentuckians affected by the December 11, 2021, tornado and storms in Western Kentucky can now apply for disaster relief. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has assembled resources for those in need.

Team Kentucky Resources ​

  • ​Tornado and storm victims can click here​ to find information about a wide range of services from replacing important documents to health coverage and housing. 

Apply for Disaster Assistance​

  • If you have insurance, file a claim with your insurance company immediately. FEMA assistance cannot aid with losses covered by insurance. 
  • ​Watch the video instructing you how to apply for aid​
  • Before applying, gather these items:
    • ​Social Security number (one per household)
    • Address of damaged home or apartment
    • Description of damage
    • Information about insurance coverage
    • Applicant's telephone number
    • Applicant's mailing address
    • Bank account and routing number for direct deposit of funds

Visit the FEMA page dedicated to this relief effort​

Information for Multifamily Partners

Information for PBCA Partners

  • For detailed information, click here​
  • Contact KHC if
    • You have units available
      ​KHC is supplying KY Emergency Response and FEMA with potential units for displaced households.  Send unit info to Joe Prichard at or 502-564-7630, ext. 244.
    • ​You have units that are no longer habitable
      PBCA units: Contact Stacie Sutton at or 502-564-7630, ext. 772.
      LIHTC units: Contact Phyllis Clem at or 502-564-7630, ext. 221.
    • ​You have property damage and a KHC multifamily loan
      Contact Matt Mulberry at or 502-564-7630, ext. 479.
    • You have residents looking for housing. They should refer to:
      Vacancy Report 
      Assisted Rental Housing Report

Contact FEMA

Small Business Association Disaster Loan Program

Printable Fliers

Span​ish Resources

  • Flier
  • All of FEMA's pages translate into multiple languages for multilingual residents

Relief for Homeowners

  • Homeowners impacted may be eligible for:
    • ​Foreclosure relief
    • FHA insurance for mortgages and home rehabilitation

COVID Response

For Homeowners

Before we launch the Team Kentucky Homeowner Assistance Fund program, we have to complete several steps (shown below). We are currently in Stage 3: Plan Approval. For months, KHC has worked with Treasury to finalize our plan for homeowners. KHC submitted its proposal on August 19, 2021, and Treasury provided feedback on November 5, 2021. KHC had 30 days to respond and submitted our response on November 23.

We continue to await Treasury's review and approval of our plan. In the meantime, sign up​ for alerts about the program.

For Renters/Landlords

​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund is accepting applications as of ​February 15, 2021.Visit to apply. For additional information about the program, visit our Eviction Relief pages​.

Kentuckians negatively impacted by COVID have many resources at their disposal. Nationally and locally, organizations are working to ensure people have access to shelter, food, utilities and other basic needs. 

Read below for a list of places you can look for help. 

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Kentucky Housing Corporation
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502-564-7630; 800-633-8896 (KY only); TTY 711
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