Address:421 Walnut StMadison, IN 47250Map & Directions
Services: Offers eligible persons $210 toward their electric bill for the 2018 summer season. This credit is applied only if the electric service is on. Those who received assistance from OVO this past winter will have the summer assistance automatically credited to their electric bill no later than the end of August.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm ET
Eligibility: For automatic $210 credit to electric bill:* Received EAP Winter Heating assistance from OVO this past seasonTo apply for $210 credit (starting July 1st, if funds remain):* Living in Jefferson, Jennings, or Scott County* Household income is at or below 150% of Federal Poverty Level* With an active account with the electric company
Address:263 Main StFlorence, KY 41042Map & Directions
Services: Rent Payment Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-noon
Eligibility: Financial assistance is given to low income Boone County residents.
Address:525 Graves AveErlanger, KY 41018Map & Directions
Services: Medical Expense Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m - 11:30 a.m
Eligibility: Boone, zip codes 41017, 41018
Address:2395 W County Rd 750 SCommiskey, IN 47227Map & Directions
Services: May be able to assist persons living in Montgomery Township of Jennings County who are experiencing an unexpected crisis with basic needs, such as:
Eligibility: * Living in Montgomery Township of Jennings County* With financial need based on assessment * Able to provide documentation of income and expenses for all household members
Address:525 Hayden PikeNorth Vernon, IN 47265Map & Directions
Services: Provides up to $100 of assistance for electric, gas, water bills or rent to people in need. Participants must attend a church service and complete 5 hours of volunteer work with a partner agency.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-3pm ETClosing information:Closed on most major holidays.
Eligibility: * Living in Jennings County* Not received financial assistance from this agency within the last 6 months* Complete 5 hours of volunteer work* Attend a church service
Address:2250 State Hwy 7North Vernon, IN 47265Map & Directions
Services: Offers emergency financial assistance to people in need of help with rent and utility bills. Funds are limited and not always guaranteed. Funds are given on a case-by-case basis.
Hours: Tues-Fri 10am-3pm ETClosing information:Closed on most major holidays.
Eligibility: Living in Jennings County
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Address:180 W County Rd 500 SNorth Vernon, IN 47265Map & Directions
Services: May be able to assist persons living in Lovett Township of Jennings County who are experiencing an unexpected crisis with basic needs, such as:
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-8pm ET
Eligibility: * Living in Lovett Township of Jennings County* With financial need based on assessment * Able to provide documentation of income and expenses for all household members
Address:10 E O and M AveNorth Vernon, IN 47265Map & Directions
Services: Provides financial assistance with utilities and rent to people in need who have first visited their Township Trustee.
Hours: Tues-Fri 11am-2pm ETClosing information:Closed most major holidays.
Eligibility: * Living in Jennings County* Must have an action letter from Township Trustee* Have not received assistance from this agency within the last 3 months
Address:4848 Winneste AveCincinnati, OH 45232Map & Directions
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Eligibility: Decisions to assist are based on consideration of both need and ability of household to maintain housing (pay rent, utility costs, etc.) in future months.
Address:4138 Hamilton AveCincinnati, OH 45223Map & Directions
Services: Caracole’s mission is to provide safe, affordable housing and supportive services for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. Founded in 1987, Caracole Inc. was the first housing agency in the tri-state for people living with HIV/AIDS. When Caracole first opened its doors, the client population consisted of relatively young gay and bisexual men diagnosed with AIDS. At that time, the average lifespan was two years from diagnosis to death. In 1998 with the advent of many new and potentially life-saving drug regimens, those living with HIV/AIDS began living longer, healthier lives dramatically changing their needs and therefore the services they provide. Since that time their staff has seen substantial increases in the number of women, homeless people, and families in need of extensive assessment, treatment, and referral services for mental health, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS care and housing. In response to those factors, Caracole now provides case management and housing along a continuum of care which includes six comprehensive programs: Caracole House, Caracole Recovery Community, Shelter Plus Care, Permanent Supportive Housing, Short-Term Rental and Mortgage Assistance and Medical Case Management. Caracole’s three comprehensive housing programs are:
Caracole House has been offering affordable transitional housing and case management services for homeless low-income single adults living with HIV/AIDS since 1988. In addition to providing case management and referral services, Caracole House offers a progressively structured environment to support their residents as they work toward self-sufficiency.
Caracole Recovery Community opened its doors in 2000. It offers transitional housing and a supportive, structured environment for homeless low-income, chemically dependent single adults living with HIV/AIDS. In addition to providing case management and referral services, the Recovery Community offers a progressively structured, drug and alcohol-free environment to support their residents as they work toward self-sufficiency. The program’s focus is to assist clients with re-learning their strengths in order to be able to live without drugs or alcohol. Prior to entry, clients need be clean and sober for at least 30 days.
Shelter Plus Care
Shelter Plus Care, which serves the largest number of clients (over 150 clients, caregivers and children), is a rent subsidy program offering a permanent housing solution for homeless individuals and families with an adult member living with HIV/AIDS. Caracole provides case management and supportive services to help these individuals and families find and maintain safe housing, stay together and live as independently as possible. Shelter Plus Care is partially funded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and the State of Ohio.