Know An Individual In Louisville Who Needs Financial Assistance This Season?
Financial Navigators are available remotely to provide guidance over the phone to help residents access available programs and services to manage income disruptions and other financial concerns.
These experts help residents one-on-one to triage personal financial issues, identify immediate action steps to manage expenses and maximize income, and make referrals to other relevant community resources such as the Eviction Prevention Program, LIHEAP, Healthy at Home, etc. Louisville Metro Government and Bank On.
Louisville will offer these services in partnership with Louisville Housing and Opportunities Micro-Enterprise Community Development Loan Fund, Inc. (LHOME).
The navigator will then send a short service agreement and call the client to begin their personal session.
The below resources are not in any particular order. Explore their websites by clicking the hotlinks, based on your needs:
- University of Louisville Trager Institute (has a health clinic,
works with caregivers, exercise classes, virtual COVID19 briefings for seniors, etc…)
Their team: https://www.tragerinstitute.org/meet-our-team
- Build, Better, Back Metro Louisville — the Health & Safety Focus Team–Michael L. Meeks, Office of Equity, Louisville; Metro Hall, 527 West Jefferson, Suite 201, Louisville, KY 40202,
- Metro Louisville Government -Senior Outreach
- Age Friendly Louisville
- Kentuckiana Regional Planning & Development Agency
KIPDA provides regional planning, review and technical services in the areas of public administration, social services and transportation.
- Louisville Central Community Center
Black community outreach in West Louisville
- Louisville Healthcare CEO Council, Tammy York Day, Executive Director
- Thrive, Sheri Rose, Executive Dir., email@example.com or Carol Challas, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a national center for health care providers and for seniors to try technology products and services that are specifically designed to improve quality of care and quality of life for seniors.
- Louisville – Metro United Way John Nevitt, Economic Mobility, email@example.com
- Louisville Urban League Lyndon Pryor – Chief Engagement Officer, LPryor@lul.org
- United Communities – Metro United Way, Louisville Metro Government and the Jefferson County Public Schools formally unveiled United Community, an interactive technology platform in 2019 to connect residents with resources in the health, education and human services sectors. 211 number 2-1-1 is a free and confidential information and referral service that helps people face life challenges, often for the first time, by connecting them to the local resources they need. It’s available in over 100 languages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Need more information? Dial 2-1-1 or call 502-292-6107 or 1-877-566-4968
- KentuckianaWorks Build Back Better Together Committee – Education & Talent Development Team Leader– Tobin C. Williamson, KentuckianaWorks, 410 West Chestnut Street, Suite 200, Louisville, KY 40202; Office: 502.574.4714; Cell: 479.880.6274; Email: tobin.williamson@KentuckianaWorks.org
This team is beginning to interface with the Michael Meeks’ Build Better Back team on health and safety.
- Louisville Digital IncLousion Coalition (new for black communities, led by city govt.) Key Leader Brian M. Bennett; Direct: 502-681-0530; Mobile: 502-648-5773; Fax: 502-587-639; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jamison Ministries – Two programs for Shawnee Park and West Louisville areas in Louisville: In 2019, Robert Jamison Ministries Inc. (RJM) served over 50 families through the Project Inspire Academy for disadvantaged youth seeking education and counseling support, and about 35 families through the Nehemiah Empowerment Project (NEP) to empower individuals in their re-entry process from incarceration, as well as support their families in this time of transition. Yvette Goodwin, Executive Director, Jamison Ministries, LLC (a non-profit) email@example.com
- Louisville BLOCS Focused on disadvantaged youth in poverty areas of city Tied to United Way and Metro Louisville Government firstname.lastname@example.org
- Greater Louisville Re-entry Coalition (for the recently released from prison and jail) The Coalition meets the 4th Wednesday of every month (unless a holiday conflicts); 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM; St. Stephens Family Life Church; 2nd Floor, 1508 W . Kentucky, Louisville, KY.
- Greater Louisville Families of the Incarcerated Greater Louisville Families of the Incarcerated – Kentucky Reentry Meetings on hold during COVID19.
- ACLU Kentucky ACLU Kentucky reports that anyone 14 or older can be transferred to adult court either automatically or by waiver. Black youth make up only 8% of Ky.’s population under the age of 18, but 21% of youth are in juvenile detention centers, ACLU statistics show. Kentucky has one of the highest incarceration rates in the US. And the third-highest women’s incarceration rate in the world.
- Goodwill Industries of Kentucky
- Wayside Christian Mission Tim Moseley – President/CEO
- Coalition for the Homeless NATALIE HARRIS, Executive Director, email@example.com , (502) 636-9550 x 1212
- Family Emergency Shelter 1321 S Preston St, Louisville, KY 40208 (502) 636-0816
- St John Center for Homeless Men 700 E Muhammad Ali Blvd, Louisville, KY 40202 2020 report on homelessness in Louisville on site https://www.stjohncenter.org/
- Center for Women & Families 927 S 2nd St, Louisville, KY 40203 (812) 944-6743 Elizabeth Wessels-Martin, President and CEO. Kenneth Cox, Vice President of Development Christie Maloney, Executive Vice President of Operations.
- House of Hope Kentucky 1157 Dixie Hwy, Louisville, KY 40210; (502) 551-4270
- Dress for Success Louisville
- Kentucky Association of Healthcare Facilities KAHCF/KCAL is an association of skilled nursing care centers, assisted living communities, and personal care homes. The association represents 85% of skilled nursing in Kentucky. Executive Director Betsy Johnson; 403 Mill Brook Rd Louisville, KY 40223 Phone: 502.425.5000
- Kentucky Refugee Ministries Executive Director John Koehlinger, Louisville: (502) 479-9180 ext. 511; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Iranian Community of Louisville
- Catholic Charities of Louisville Migration and Refugee Services 2220 W Market St, Louisville, KY 40212 (502) 636-9263
- Interfaith Pathways to Peace Jud Hendrix, Executive Director; 502-235-3250 cell; email@example.com
- St. MAM Julie Abbott, Executive Director; 502-893-0205-call first;
Operates and maintains many services including: Child Development Center, Emergency Assistance, Early Essentials for Infants/Toddlers, Kids Closet, Food Pantry/Dare to Care/USDA/Homebound Delivery/Senior Commodities/Purposeful Pantry Garden, Families in Transition and Seasonal Programs.