Address:1651 N Logsdon PkwyVine Grove, KY 40175Map & Directions
Services: Assists Veterans experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) with basic expenses ( mortgage/rent, food and home utilities), enabling them to receive treatment and be assured their family is taken care of.
Hours: 8:00 am-5:00 pm EST Monday-Friday
Eligibility: Post 9/11 active duty, veterans and military families
Documents To Bring: DD 214, Military ID, State ID, VA Card
Address:202 Union StIrvington, KY 40146Map & Directions
Services: LAMONI MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE has a food pantry, personal pantry, sometimes vouchers for food (once every 30 days).
Hours: Tue 2 pm-4 pm and Thu 5 pm-7 pm
Address:518 Middleburg StLiberty, KY 42539Map & Directions
Services: It is their desire and primary objective to improve the quality of life in Casey County Kentucky by helping their fellow citizens to obtain the basic necessities of life. Uniting partners and volunteers for building and nurturing community through programs for neighbors in need. Commodities- Supplemental food program which serves approximately 500 families monthly The Gathering Place- Thrift store that sells donated clothing and household items Emergency Food Pantry- Provides staples for emergency food relief H.O.M.E. Coalition- Builds & repairs homes for low-income citizens Toys for Tots- Fulfills the wish lists of approximately 600 children at Christmas Liberty/Casey County Disaster Relief- Aids local fire & disaster victims Revolving Relief- Provides small, no interest, long-term loans Social Justice- Provides temporary housing and transportation
Address:201 N 25th StLouisville, KY 40212Map & Directions
Services: Neighborhood House is a community-based organization that provides individuals with opportunities to enhance the quality of their lives. Their childcare center provides a safe, nurturing learning environment for children ages six weeks through 12 years old and support services for economic stability for the parents/family leaders.Program:Youth Development ProgramBudget: $369,996Category: EducationPopulation Served: Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Program Description: Neighborhood House provides a safe environment for children and teens to interact socially, grow developmentally, progress academically, and build relationships with positive role models. With education as their guiding focus, they provide academic assistance, cultural activities, mentoring, volunteer and leadership opportunities, and prevention programs.Program:Ftheir Seasons Senior Adult ProgramBudget: $81,000Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens
Program Description: Their program assists seniors emotionally, physically, and mentally by providing a daily hot, nutritious meal, social and recreational activities, and educational services. Their focus is to provide a safe, positive alternative to the isolation that commonly occurs as people age with services that improve the quality of life for participants.Program:Family ServicesBudget: $80,000Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Program Description: As the community center for the Portland neighborhood, Neighborhood House provides an array of services by hosting programs and partnering with other agencies to meet the needs of their families and community.
Address:11760 Commonwealth DrLouisville, KY 40299Map & Directions
Services: USA Cares helps bear the burdens of service by providing post-9/11 militaryfamilies and veterans with financial and advocacy support in their time of need. Assistance is provided to all branches of service, all components and all ranks while protecting the privacy and dignity of those military families and veterans who request help. Program Activities: USA Cares provides support for those wounded in combat whose critical needs such as rent, mortgage payments, transportation to hospitals/physicians, essential bills, and other basic needs are not met by any other government program. Based on established criteria and need, assistance is available up to $2,500 per service member.
An extension of the Combat Injured Program, the Warrior Treatment Today (WTT) Program is designed to remove the financial barriers to treatment that exist for many service members suffering from PTSD and/or TBI. Many of these veterans cannot afford to leave their employment for in-patient treatment. National Guard and Reserve personnel are particularly vulnerable to this barrier when they resume their civilian lives after active duty.
To be eligible for either one of these two USA Cares Programs, participants must meet the following criteria. Their injuries must have occurred during military service in Iraq or Afghanistan. Relevant diagnoses must have been made by qualified military or civilian medical authorities. Loss of employment/income is not covered by medical or unemployment insurance. Financial difficulties must be significant enough that veterans’ families are in danger of losing their homes without financial assistance. Veterans must have been accepted into qualified treatment programs for recovery and rehabilitation. Documentation must be available to support the need. Finally, all potential recipients of assistance must be reviewed and approved by a USA Cares Virtual Committee.
USA Cares will provide financial assistance for essential household bills including rent and mortgage payments, utility bills, car payments, and repairs while veterans are in treatment – a period not to exceed 180 days. Payments are not made directly to veterans or their families but rather to landlords, banks, utility companies, etc. Throughout treatment, USA Cares Family Resource Coordinators will provide intensive case management to ensure approved payments are made in a timely manner and to coordinate various treatment/post treatment resources.